New wheelchair lifter makes air travel accessible and risk-free for disabled people

New wheelchair lifter makes air travel accessible and risk-free for disabled people

The Chair Lifter happened as a guest in the UK was recently denied boarding by a ground team due to their electric mobility help (EMA) being too heavy to raise by hand, Aviramp states.

Available gadget expert Aviramp has actually just recently introduced the Chair Lifter, a wheelchair lifter that makes air travel available for users, where wheelchairs may otherwise be too heavy to lift into aircraft holds.

Since a wheelchair is too heavy to lift into the airplane hold, no one should ever be denied the chance to take pleasure in accessible travel again simply.

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Aviramp has branded this new piece of ground managing set as the Aviramp Chair Lifter, its usages have proven multi-functional throughout trials, the company notes, highlighting that the product is advantageous when loading other heavy products securely, quickly and with maximum effectiveness.

The EMAs are immediately transported to the aircraft belt loader, where a bridging ramp, including a ball bearing roller track, is reduced onto the belt. The tray containing the EMA can be quickly pushed onto the belt.

Once at the top of the belt, a little lip-ramp is reduced from the tray, and the EMA is just wheeled into the aircraft hold. The tray can then be returned to the Chair Lifter for additional usage.

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In terms of functional manoeuvrability, the Chair Lifter is pre-loaded at the terminal where the wheelchairs are pushed up an extending ramp onto a bring tray. Its centrally located solar-powered lift raises to enable the tray to be relocated to one side on a roller bed. Once in location, the lifting section is then lowered to enable more EMAs to be packed.

This flat tray functions as protection for the belt system, spreading the load rather of point loading of wheels. It also prevents the EMA from falling off the belt loader completely, which typically takes place when utilizing alternative approaches, Aviramp highlights.

For more info about the Chair Lifter, contact Aviramp on or 01952 291220

Current trials in Edinburgh have successfully shown the brand-new Aviramp Chair Lifter, which is now wanting to set another “world first” in providing unique advantages to handicapped travelers, who presently risk of harmed EMAs on their flights.

The Aviramp Chair Lifter is simple to run. It can be towed using a single yank for several aircraft drops, having the capability of carrying approximately three EMAs weighing up to 300kg each.

There is no manual lifting throughout the whole process, which makes it more easy to use while boosting health and wellness compliance.