The Belgravia Disabled Lift is a platform only system without retracting stairs. The upper landing houses a manual gate that sits in a minimum pit depth of just 125mm. The disabled lift houses one solid wheelstop that rises 1100mm to enclose standing and wheelchair users.
Minimum horizontal pit length
Minimum platform size
1758mm x 1250mm
Minimum pit depth below lower landing
2450mm + cladding
The Belgravia Disabled Lift uses a solid stainless steel barrier or glass gate that rises 1100mm around the user to fully enclose them on all sides.
Please see On Lift Barriers for more information.
The lift table can be made to accept any cladding material, the thicker the cladding the deeper the pit depth.
Nominal Platform dimensions for this lift can vary due to site requirements, however they have minimum dimensions of:
1599mm (l) x 1266mm (w) x 0-2999mm (h)
Please see The Lifting Actuator for more information on the mechanism used to raise and lower the disabled lift.
The Upper Landing Barrier
The Belgravie Disabled Lift houses a manual gate at the upper landing to protect the fall hazard.
Please see Upper Landing Barriers for more information
The Belgravia Disabled Lift is for standing and wheelchair users due to its 1100mm high rising barriers.
Please see on lift barriers for more information.
The Belgravia Disabled Lift has a solid stainless steel skirt under the lift. Please see Concealing the underside of the lift for more information.
If the surrounding areas present a crush zone the lift table can be fitted with safety edges to detect an obstruction. Please see Crush hazards surrounding the moving lift for more information.
For details on the power supply please see the lift power supply
For general details on the pit depth please see the lift pit
The on board controls for this lift sit within the solid rising barrier. The rising barriers must be controlled by a member of staff, or the user must have wireless controls. Please see The Sesame Stair Lift Controls for more information
Variations to the Belgravia Disabled Lift
The upper landing manual gate can be replaced with an automatic gate as seen in Waterloo Lift in London 1042 this system also shows an alternative for wheelchair users only when the rise is below 1000mm. This system also presents a double gate that reduces the space the open gates take up.
The restriction in controls can be overcome with a permanent button post on the lift as seen here Waterloo Lift in London
If there is space at upper landing the manual gate can be replaced with a glass rising barrier Richmond Rising Platform Lift