Ideal for larger buildings and busy environments, the Stannah Xtralift can carry more people, faster and higher.
Passengers are ensured a smooth and safe ride with low noise and low energy use after being fitted with an energy efficient high performance gear-less traction drive. The Xtralift also has the option to be made vandal resistant and fire safe and bespoke finishes and sizes are available.
The Xtralift range offers a range of car sizes and door configurations, therefore ideal for any building with pit and headroom limitations. You can also tailor the lift to suit its surroundings as there is also a wide range of finishes and options available.
Further enhancing the breadth and capacity of the Xtralift range, specifiers also have the option to choose from a traditional wall-mounted configuration or FX structure-supported lift. The Xtralift’s FX structure option is an ideal solution for timber framed buildings as it offers reduced construction costs compared with wall-mounted.
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