Beautifully constructed compact lift
Travels between two floors at the touch of button
Self supporting structure for flexible placement
Now a realistic option for your home
With a Stannah Salise in your two-storey home, at the touch of a button you’ll be able to move from one floor to another with elegance and ease.
Unlike a traditional lift, the Salise is self-supporting and doesn’t require any major structural alterations to be installed, so can be fitted practically anywhere in your home. Whether it takes you from the living room to the landing, or the study to the bedroom, your Salise can be placed to suit you and your home.
The lift can be installed without further cladding, looking stylish and compact when it is in the room and leaving a feeling of space when it is sent up or down.
. Compact footprint yet large enough to accommodate two people standing or one person
. Offers low level access without having to create an unsightly pit on the ground floor
. Hydraulically powered for a smooth and quiet ride
. Pressure sensitive edges to detect any obstructions
. Fully compliant fire seal around the aperture
. Internal width: 854mm
. Internal length: 618mm
. Length to open door: 1477mm
. Weight capacity: 250kg
The genius of modern compact homelifts is the fact they are self-supporting, meaning they can be installed almost anywhere in the home without the need for extensive structural work.
The Salise is supported by two heavy duty vertical steel guides that attach to the ground floor, midway at the aperture and finally to the ceiling on the upper floor.