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Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
Heavy Duty Stairlift, A Number Of Design Points
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  • 1. Heavy Duty Stair Lift: Design Differences by http://curvedstairlift.org
  • 2. There are a few important design differences of heavy duty stairlifts (over 350 lbs capacity). We explain them and give a couple of places where you can take a look at heavy duty stairlifts.
  • 3. Why heavy duty stairlift? PRICE. When compared to the alternate options like through-the-floor-elevators, heavy duty stairlifts are the most economic alternative.
  • 4. Design Pt. 1 , The Stronger Design Of Heavy-duty Stairlifts
  • 5. Heavy duty stair lifts are more costly because all the elements in the stair lift must be dimensioned larger and stronger to carry a person up to 500 lbs.
  • 6. Design Pt. 2 , Why Heavy Duty Stair Lifts Are Going To Have You Look Down Throughout The Trip
  • 7. Side wise facing position of the rider generates more torque on the rail. Down facing ride is a symmetric, low torque scenario.
  • 8. Design Pt. 3 , How To Get Off The Heavy Duty Stairlift
  • 9. The way you get off at the upper station? Simple, the heavy duty stairlift will have a 180 degree swivel chair. Get swiveled and get off.
  • 10. Exactly Where To Find Heavy Duty Stair Lifts?
  • 11. You can get a lot more information on different heavy duty stair lifts on this page: Heavy Duty Stair Lift .

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