A chair stairlift to go up and down a straight stairway seated on a chair. It runs on a track and is electrically powered. The models are customised to suit straight staircases. The lift can have indoor and outdoor applications.
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Models / Specifications
Model LIBERTY LX: Leather upholstery and swivel seat
Model LIBERTY RES: Locking 90 degree swivel seat and fabric upholstery
Model LIBERTY RE : adjustable seat angle and fabric upholstery
- Width of Seat 530 mm
- Depth of Footrest 230 mm
- Load Capacity (supplier stated) 136 kg
- Distance from Wall 370 mm - 590 mm
- Distance of Travel 12000 mm
Model OUTDOOR MODEL: Includes a canvas cover, ground fault interrupter and gear box heater
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