• symbio commercial lift
  • symbio commercial lift
  • symbio commercial lift
  • symbio commercial lift
  • symbio commercial lift
  • symbio commercial lift
  • symbio commercial lift
  • Symbio Commercial Lift

    A machine-room less lift designed for medium-rise buildings with high foot traffic. The Symbio can travel up to 25 metres and has a weight capacity of 3000kg.

    Advantages

    Space optimisation

    The fact the Symbio doesn’t use a machine room means you’ll enjoy floor area previously wasted on lift componentry. The control unit is instead installed in the landing door frame.

    Environmentally friendly

    The machine is gearless which reduces power consumption. The Symbio lift has very low power consumption compared to its competitors. Furthermore, it uses no oil.

    Ultra quiet

    As the Symbio is gearless, it does not produce noise pollution or vibrations, and it has a long-lasting life cycle.

    Smooth travel

    The Symbio lift’s portico frame features 2:1 suspension, guaranteeing safe and comfortable travel.

    Fully customisable

    A range of finishes and optional features mean the Symbio can be fully customised to your needs.

    Safety

    The Symbio lift has been extensively studied and safety tested by expert lift engineers, so users can travel with total peace of mind.

    Standard Dimensions

    Standard headroom: 3700mm

    Standard pit: 1200mm

    Door frame: 120mm wide

    Technical Specs

    • Up to 25m travel
    • Speed 2.5 m/s
    • Rated load: 3000kg
    • MRL Traction
    • Internal and external applications

    Product Enquiry

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    We had a very good experience with PR King and Sons … good value for money and a quality product.

    Everything happened on time, or even ahead of time! Everyone was very helpful [and] everything was clearly explained. Installation was done very competently by polite and efficient staff.

    After installation, use of the stairlift was clearly explained to its elderly users [and] we were kept informed of progress throughout the project.

    Martin W.
    Canberra, ACT