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Lifting Platforms

  • LP5
    LP5

    LP5

    R 0.00

    Platform lift for both indoor and outdoor installation With a maximum lifting capacity of 360 kg, the Stepless LP5 platform lift is ideal for helpi...

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  • Dumbwaiters
    Dumbwaiters

    Dumbwaiters

    R 0.00

    Either for residential or industrial usage, DOPPLER Dumbwaiter has to be your first choice.The transporting of goods and beverages...

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  • Liftboy 5
    Liftboy 5

    Liftboy 5

    R 0.00

    The Liftboy 5 is an unique vertical platform lift with a lifting height of 1300mm. This double-scissor lifting table is driven by 2 ele...

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  • Liftboy 2
    Liftboy 2

    Liftboy 2

    R 0.00

    The liftboy can be placed indoor or outdoor in order to overcome height differences of up to 970mm. As a mobile version the Liftboy can ...

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  • Liftboy 1
    Liftboy 1

    Liftboy 1

    R 0.00

    The liftboy can be placed indoors or outdoors in order to overcome height differences. As a mobile version, the Liftboy can be equipped ...

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  • Delta
    Delta

    Delta

    R 0.00

    The Delta is the perfect solution for straight indoor and outdoor staircases. An elegant design, a very slim construction, as well as a sil...

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  • Elevex
    Elevex

    Elevex

    R 0.00

    As a hard-working, low-maintenance accessibility tool that sets standard for public & home use wheelchair lifts, this ruggedly constr...

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Lifting Platforms

Modern and sophisticated lifts have been designed to add an opulent touch to any luxury home and public life. Accessible lifts, meanwhile, offer ease of movement in the homes and offices for people with disabilities, and give wheelchair users the freedom to move between floors safely and with ease. Both types of lifts are able to transport people in a sitting position, making these lifts suitable for people with disabilities and people walking impairments.

They can be used in residential and commercial buildings and are used to make spaces accessible to wheelchair users or those with impaired mobility.