Does your emergency evacuation plan include an evacuation chair for someone with a mobility-related disability? In the event of a fire or earthquake, elevators should not be used for the emergency evacuation of a building. In this situation, people with limited mobility may be trapped or have to wait for a prolonged period of time in an area of refuge.
Designed so that a small attendant can easily move a much larger passenger down the stairs, the Evacu-Trac is easily set up and ready for a passenger to transfer from their wheelchair to the comfortable sling seat. This evacuation chair has durable rubber tracks that firmly grip the stairs and the safety brake can stop the unit on the stairs if necessary. The Evacu-Trac is completely stable and self-supporting on flat surfaces and during descent.
The stairlift is easy to operate with controls on the armrest as well as two radio frequency remote controls. The rails are custom bent to your exact specifications, based on computer-aided design software and photo measuring. This is all done with industry-leading lead times. Choose from diﬀerent seat and rail colors to suit your taste and make the lift perfectly into your home.
A stair lift is a motorized device designed to transport individuals up and down a staircase. It consists of a seat or platform that moves along a rail, allowing people with limited mobility to navigate stairs safely and independently.
Stair lifts are beneficial for individuals with mobility challenges, such as seniors, people with disabilities, or those recovering from surgeries or injuries. They provide a convenient solution for anyone who has difficulty climbing or descending stairs.
Yes, stair lifts are designed with safety as a top priority. They are equipped with features such as seat belts, safety sensors, and emergency stop buttons to ensure user safety. Additionally, professional installation and regular maintenance are essential for optimal safety and performance.
Stair lifts can be installed as permanent fixtures, but they can also be temporarily installed or rented, depending on individual needs. Permanent installations provide long-term accessibility, while temporary options offer flexibility for shorter periods.