Commercial Inclined Wheelchair Lifts

Inclined Wheelchair Lifts

For three decades, Garaventa Lift has pioneered the use of inclined platform wheelchair lifts. This innovative equipment provides accessibility in applications where ramps, elevators, or vertical lifts don’t seem feasible.  Our commercial inclined lifts have helped thousands of people who have difficulty using stairs.  Garaventa Lift has tens of thousands of inclined lift installations throughout the world; used widely in both public buildings and private residences.  Garaventa Lift’s products are custom-designed and manufactured in North America.

Bedco Mobility has extensive experience installing these commercial inclined lifts in the Baltimore, Maryland and Washington, D.C. metro areas.  These platform lifts have provided accessibility in such places as Power Plant Live!, FBI Headquarters, various buildings on Capitol Hill, most of the major local universities, and sporting venues such as Washington Nationals & Frederick Keys Baseball Stadiums, DC United Audi Field, and Capital One Arena.  Check out our work to see photos of our more famous and recent installs.  If you are designing or working on a project with a need for an inclined platform lift, you’ve found the right place – Bedco Mobility – we are the experts and we want to help!

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Inclined Lift for Straight and Turning Stairways

The Artira is an inclined lift. It can carry passengers up and down straight or curving stairways. It can also move over flat landings or spiral staircases. It’s the highest capacity inclined wheelchair lift on the market. It is used in installations around the world.

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Inclined Lift for Straight Stairways

The Xpress II and X3 are inclined platform wheelchair lifts. They are an ideal accessibility solution for straight stairways with two landings. The Xpress II is powered by the building’s electricity. It’s great for heavy-duty commercial applications. The X3 inclined wheelchair lift is an ideal solution for straight stairways. Additionally, it’s a good choice for light-use commercial applications. The X3 lift is powered by rechargeable batteries.

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