Wheelchair lifts

Lifts that can help a person to comfortably and safely enter a vehicle while seated in a wheelchair.

Commercial use

The public use lifts are intended to be operated by an attendant (e.g. family member, assistant, coach driver, etc) and have for safety reasons only a hand held remote control for manoeuvering in order to eliminate the risks of unintended lift manoeuvering by the wheelchair user. Furthermore the public use lifts demand an increased focus by the attendant on safety features such as inboard and outboard barriers, lift hatches and handrails by its attention seeking yellow highlighting.

Consumer use

The main difference between these two groups is that the personal use lifts are intended to be used by the wheelchair user himself. Hence the personal use lifts are equipped with three ways of manoeuvering the lift, which are switches on the upper side of the pump module, on-lift controls placed on the handrail and a hand held wired remote control.

Commercial use

Cassette Lift

A new wheelchair lift for public transport mini-buses.

Century XT

Extra long telescopic stacking platform accommodates full-sized mobility scooters.

Global

A lighter alternative in respect of weight and economy.

Millennium

A strong, solid lifting platform featuring time-tested durability.

Vista

A stacking platform provides good visibility.

Vista Split

A clear path for both visibility and access.

UVL 855

Free interior space for commercial buses.

Consumer use

Century XT

Extra long telescopic stacking platform accommodates full-sized mobility scooters.

Millennium

A strong, solid lifting platform featuring both front and side entry.

Vista

A stacking platform provides good visibility.

Vista Split

A clear path for both visibility and access.

Swing-A-Way

A swivelling wheelchair lift that can handle tight parking spaces.

UVL 600

Mounted out of sight and out of the way providing more flexibility in floor plan design.

Autoadapt is BraunAbility’s partly owned subsidiary and exclusive sales channel.