Straight and curved rail stair lifts have a compact carriage and rail with adjustable seat and footrest to help users easily access the different floors in their homes and offices. Curved lift systems are designed for curved staircases whereas straight rail systems are ideal for straight staircases. These stairlift systems that provide smooth, comfortable and reliable ride are easy to install and maintain. These can be used both indoors and outdoors. More and more residential as well as commercial users are making use of these practical and affordable stair lift solutions because of the many benefits they offer.
General Features of Straight and Curved Rail Stair Lifts
In the accessibility industry, various straight and curved rail stair lift models are available with safety features such as easy to use controls, smooth start/stop action, padded seat and backrest, diagnostic digital display, swivel seat, fold-up seat and footrest, remote controls, safety cut-out sensors, secure safety belt, near silent operation and modular rail for quick installation. Choices of different seat heights are available to maximize comfort. When not in use, you can fold the armrest, footrest and seat.
An Extensive Array of Safety Features
Many known manufacturers such as Bruno, Thyssen Kurupp and Savaria Concord offer the world’s best selling straight as well as curved stair lift models including Stair-Glide stairlift and Flow II, Citia stair lift, Flow stair lift, StairGlide stair lift, B.07 straight stair chair, Step saver straight chair, Electra-Ride LT, Electra-Ride Elite, Electra-Ride II and outdoor Electra-Ride Elite.
Step-Saver straight stair chair is an electric stair chair lift with high power rechargeable battery. Other than standard safety features, it comes with aluminum extruded rail, safety brake, plastic carriage covers and lots more. With its smooth rack and pinion drive and battery power, you can conveniently travel up and down in multi-storied buildings.
Make a Comparative Study
The prices of straight and curved stair lifts may vary according to the length of the stairs, the number of bends and complexity of the bends. Make a comparative study regarding the features and prices of rail stair lift systems before buying a product.