A Stannah Midilift SL has brought access for all in Air Extreme, the South West’s premier indoor trampoline park in Barnstaple, proving once again what a good sport this platform lift is.
Essential for people who can’t use the stairs, this hydraulic lift enables access for all to two storeys of high-octane, big-fun facilities, designed to push fitness levels to the max.
Supplied in its own structure the Midilift SL doesn’t need a lift shaft and can fit where standard passenger lifts can’t – next to the turned metal staircase in this case, with both freestanding structures sharing the same ceiling aperture to the first floor.
Specified by Darrel Gill, Associate Architectural Technologist of RGP Architects Ltd, the lift won hands down on design, performance and pedigree:
“Stannah’s Midilift SL platform lift is a known product to us as we specified it in our refurbishment of The Lynmouth Pavilion. It is an excellent, fit-for-purpose model, and Stannah is our go-to supplier.”
This fair-play, wheelchair-friendly lift has a fixed ramp at ground level, a roomy platform of 1100mm x 1400mm, and travels a distance of 3185mm at a speed of .150 m/s.
The RAL 7016, anthracite-grey finish echoes the industrial décor and is tough enough to withstand daily use. Panoramic glazed doors at both levels make the lift light and airy, and the downlighter ceiling provides essential lighting, switching off to minimise running costs when not required. The streamlined operation panel, with grab rail, is simple to use, and the intercom and non-slip light grey floor offer further reassurance.
As with all Stannah lift products, the Midilift SL is covered by Stannah’s comprehensive lift service plan, with four services visits in the first year and continued lift maintenance by the South West England and South Wales branch of Stannah Lift Services, part of a nationwide network providing comprehensive lift servicing and support.