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Millennium-2 Series Wheelchair Lifts

Millennium-2 Series Wheelchair Lifts

 

Millennium-2 Series Wheelchair Lifts

  • Fully automatic NHTSA compliant lift, operated by an attendant
  • Loading position - either direction
  • Durable high-gloss powder coated finish
  • Lift-Tite system stows the lift platform securely while the vehicle is in transit
  • Platform movement prevented during unsafe operation
  • Hydraulic outer barrier that will be in the fully up position before the platform leaves the ground and has durable rubber nose guard
  • Locking mechanical Inboard Barrier (IB), powder coated yellow for safety and high visibility, prevents operation if occupied
  • Interfaces with OEM interlocks
  • Lift mounted lights - active when interlocks are met and lift is powered
  • Hand-held control box with illuminated functions
  • Easily installed, step-by-step installation instructions, no peripheral hardware required
  • Pump design prevents platform folding when occupied, quiet operation & low current draw
  • Durable redesigned baseplate reduces lift weight and allows for quicker and easier service of hose/wiring
  • Transition areas marked with durable high-gloss yellow powder coating for safety & visibility
  • Dual handrails for security and convenience
  • Bridging feature permits the wheelchair user to board the lift from sidewalks or inclines
  • Floor to ground travel is 42" or 48"
  • Equipped with an adjustable anti-rattle feature to avoid unpleasant noise in the vehicle during transit
  • Pump module with removable cover offers easy access to all components
  • Side or rear door application
  • Lifting capacity is 800 lbs
  • Integrated back-up pump
  • Several platform widths and lengths

 


Integrated dual handrails provide added security for wheelchair users and standees. The durable handheld control box features illuminated functions
Visual and audible warnings alert both passengers and attendants to unsafe conditions. 
Hydraulic roll stop engages and locks before the platform leaves the ground.

Last Updated: Thursday, 24 July 2014 16:38