The Passport™ residential vertical platform lift (vpl) carries a wheelchair or scooter at your Atlanta home from floor to floor. Manufactured by Homecare Products, Inc., the Passport is the perfect platform chair lift for your home, situated either in the garage, off the back deck, or accessing an interior landing to carry a chair lift passenger between floors.
The Passport residential VPL is designed for homes where a person with a disability or infirmity requires a wheelchair or scooter lift between floors. Utilizing a 120VAC power supply, the lift provides sufficient lifting power to hold two people and a mobility device, not to exceed 750 lbs. The lift rises as needed, to a height suitable for access to most residential porches and decks. It has an alternate battery power source.
The optional platform safety rail adds stability for any rider, and installs easily on either side of the platform. The optional top landing gate prevents improper operation of the lift and features a mechanical interlocking latch that keeps the rider protected and safe from accidental injury. The optional call/send control is easy to operate allowing up to two additional stations for the rider to call their
The stair lifts provided by Stair Lifts for Atlanta are equipped with a variety of safety features for the user’s convenience and peace of mind. The Passport™ residential vertical platform lift safely carries you or a loved one in the wheelchair or scooter at your metro Atlanta home. (Image Sources: Homecare/EZ-ACCESS)
You may contact us today to learn more about straight, curved and platform lifts for Atlanta area residents by telephone at (770) 880-3405 or by entering your contact information in the contact form to the right. Our Georgia certified stairlift expert will contact you to arrange a home visit to evaluate the stair area and to provide you with cost-effective pricing and information about lift availability and installation.
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