Temporary Wheelchair Lift 1.5m with staircase

To improve access to certain levelled areas, our wheelchair step lift with staircase is an excellent choice. The step lift and stairs can be adjusted to fit in nearly any kind of situation and are quickly deployed. The wheelchair step lift only requires a 230V power socket making it versatile for indoor use. 

General data

Passenger capacity
Lifting capacity
400 kg
Max. entrances
Operation controls
Press-and-hold buttons
Lifting speed
4.8 m/min

Safety & Accessibility

Wheelchair suitable
Mobility scooter suitable
Automatic wheel stop barrier
Doors need to be closed for the lift to start moving
Weather proof
Emergency stop button
No, but lift automatically stops when buttons are released
Emergency call-out system
Emergency lowering system
Yes, mechanical
Special handrails for visualy impaired


Max. lift height
1.50 m
Total size (WxL)
1900 x 1400 mm
Space within platform
1400 x 1100 mm
Min. opening width in facade
1200 mm
Lift entrance width
1100 mm
600 kg

Power supply

Power supply
230V / 3PH / 50 Hz
16 A

Create a bypass with a low rise platform lift and stairs

Whether you’re planning to open an exhibition for several months or preparing for a renovation, optimal accessibility and a proper fire escape plan is required. If access is obstructed due to the upcoming activities, you can create a temporary bypass for your visitors by deploying a low rise platform lift and a temporary staircase. Both the lift and the staircase are quickly installed without too much inconvenience on site.

Wheelchair step lifts: step-free access to intermediate floors

The wheelchair step lift included in this set can rise up to 1.5m height and is easy to use by press-and-hold buttons. All controls are fully accessible for anyone sitting in a wheelchair or mobility scooter. To ensure safe operation the fence doors require to be closed before the step lift can be raised or lowered.

Bespoke staircase to provide temporary access for all

The temporary staircase comes with non-slip surface plates on each step and special fences with extra bars and handrails. To increase accessibility for pedestrians with a visual impairment, the fences can be equipped with extra handrails. These are more easy to find and grab when you’re having difficulty seeing the handrails.