The Logic inclined platform lift for straight stairs is a best-seller and most suitable for narrow staircases. This is possible due to the very slim design of the platform and the use of top quality materials by Extrema, one of the best known and most respected manufacturers in this field.
The installation of this platform stairlift will make practically any building, public or private, accessible to wheelchair users and persons with difficulties in mobility.
Its folding function ensures that your staircase remains free of obstructions and the upper rail can be used as a handrail.
The rust-proof anodised aluminium rails, the watertight protection of all wirings and safety features as well as the special protective coat of paint, ensure that the Logic can put up with the most adverse weather conditions, hence it is suitable for any outdoor installation. The elegant, functional and modern design of this unique platform stairlift, blends seamlessly within any surroundings, no matter where it may be installed.
The rail may be installed on a wall made of concrete, or on self-supporting pillars anchored on the steps’ surface. The operation of the platform is achieved through the on-board buttons or wired hand-held control, as well as wireless external remote controls.
The Logic runs on rechargeable batteries and the lift can be used even in the event of power blackouts.
The batteries are recharged when the lift is parked at either landing.
The smooth and soft start and stop performance, ensures that travel is a pleasant experience.
This superb platform lift is the ideal choice for solving accessibility challenges in either indoor or outdoor areas, private homes, shops, business premises, restaurants, public buildings and any other environment. It is available in a variety of sizes, runs on single-phase power supply and may carry weight up to 250kg.
Logic is certified to comply with all relevant EU standards and directives in terms of safety. It has multiple devices with built-in safety sensors, which ensure the platform stops immediately in the event of accidental encounter with an obstacle in its path.