Vertical Platform Lifts

Vertical Platform Lifts (or VPLs for short) are very useful for helping a wheelchair user travel between levels of a home. They are similar to elevators and use constant pressure switches. A VPL generally consists of:

  • A lift tower with either a hydraulic or ball screw drive mechanism
  • A platform with solid sides that is attached to the tower. When in use, the platform moves vertically up and down along the tower.
  • Key operated controls at the upper and lower landings as well as on the platform

Ability Center has the expertise to help you select the right equipment for your wheelchair lift access needs. We thoroughly understand all of the equipment we sell and can advise where it will work best in your home or building.

The Harmar Highlander Vertical Platform Lift (VPL) is a great lift option for indoor and outdoor access.

Learn More About the Harmar Highlander Vertical Platform Lift

Gain access to your porch, deck, or floor-to-floor without sacrificing space with a compact Bruno residential vertical platform lift.

Learn More About the Bruno Residential Vertical Platform Lift

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