About the Lift2GO Inclined Platform Lift
The Lift2Go is a revolutionary inclined platform lift (IPL) that provides temporary accessibility at locations where installed elevators, lifts or, ramps are not available. Its ground-breaking modular design allows one person to easily transport it – and set up only takes a few minutes!
Because the Lift2Go does not require external power or modifications to the site, it is the ideal solution for providing short-term visitor access. Contact us for our rental packages for your special events!
How does the Lift2GO work?
The Lift2Go is made up of segments that snap together to form a lift that is both light and extremely strong. In the travel configuration, it is easy for one person to move around, and it can be transported in the back of most minivans, SUVs or station wagons. Once onsite, the operator assembles only those parts that are needed for that location. The Lift2Go is an independent, free-standing unit, so it is normally not necessary to modify the building to be accessed. Amazingly, no tools are required to assemble or deploy the Lift2Go!
After the Lift2Go portable wheelchair lift is assembled, the operator assists the passenger to board the platform lift and then elevates (or lowers) the platform using the ergonomic manual power system. The lifting system is so efficient that it’s easy to elevate the maximum load of 340 kg (750 lb) with only 5.5 kg (12 lbs) force – not much more effort than picking up a jug of milk. Raising the lift to the full height of 1.5m (5 ft) takes about 30 seconds (similar to a powered IPL).
The goal for the Lift2Go is to get you anywhere you want to go!
The Lift2Go is the only vertical platform lift that can be installed in minutes and breaks down into smaller parts for easy transport by a single operator. This is a great new feature that opens up new possibilities for people with disabilities.
Yes! All the controls are ergonomically designed for ease of use. And the high-efficiency manual power system requires only about 4.5kg (10 lb) force to operate – that’s about the same weight as picking up a jug of milk. Children as young as 10 years old have operated it!