Category: Lower Extremity

Prolift Voyager

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The Prolift Voyager is a commercial or home elevator designed for use by individuals with walking or mobility disabilities or spinal cord injuries. This heavy-duty elevator can be customized in a large variety of colors, sizes, finishes and other options to match its surroundings. It can serve up to five floors, and has a features a roped hydraulic drive system, variable speed valve, and a submersible pump and motor. It is equipped with a stainless steel control panel with tactile markings and metal buttons with illuminated halos. Other standard features include four incandescent lights, a solid architectural ceiling, digital floor indicator in the cab, automatic time lighting, clear anodized aluminum cab trim, a stainless steel handrail, and emergency alarm and stop buttons with emergency battery-backup lighting and emergency lowering. OPTIONS: A variety of cab configurations and Pro-Manual or Pro-Automatic landing doors, powered folding car gate, and a stainless steel telephone cabinet. DIMENSIONS (DxW): The standard cab is 35 x 60 inches. A 47 x 60 inch cab is available. CAPACITY: 1400 pounds. COLOR: Choice of eight plastic laminates, oak veneer, or unfinished plywood. The ceiling is white. WARRANTY: One-year limited warranty on defective parts.

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11/13/2008
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Prolift Voyager

Made By:

Savaria Corporation (Formerly Savaria Concord Lifts Inc. And Concord Elevator)
Savaria Corporation (Formerly Savaria Concord Lifts Inc. And Concord Elevator) Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
Email address: info@savaria.com
Phone: 800-931-5655
Fax: 450-628-4500
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
450-681-5655
Web Address: 
http://www.savaria.com
Tags: 
Architectural Elements