In today’s society it is important to make sure all areas of your building are accessible to people with disabilities. By installing a wheelchair accessible lifts or platform lifts you offer the same freedom to everyone whether it is for staff or customers.

Caltech’s Disabled Access Lifts provide an ideal solution for elderly and impaired mobility individuals. We have over 35 years of experience in the industry as well as accreditation from Lift Cert and UKAS so you know all the work we carry out is to the highest standards and within strict safety regulations.

Our products represent the latest technologies and are designed and manufactured to satisfy a diverse range of needs. Caltech’s Disabled Access Lifts can lift effortlessly up to 5 floors.

Our lifts can be installed internally within buildings, or installed outside. The aluminium structure can be coated allowing the lift to be weatherproof and durable.

Choose from an extensive range of 36 styles, allowing you to operate a lift that can blend into the décor of your building, whether it’s your home, office or shop.

Give us a call today to find out more about our disabled lifts installations or to get a free quote on your project.

Limited masonry works are required and thanks to innovative design, the passenger car is supplied with three sides. Energy consumption is minimised, only 230V single phase power required.

Fully compliant to European Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and EN81-41.

Highly competitive prices, quality equipment and responsive customer service combine to ensure you benefit from operating the latest and most reliable passenger lifts available. For sample drawings of our range of hydraulic and traction passenger lifts or for any questions please contact us.

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