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Opal

This unenclosed vertical platform lift provides safe gated travel up to two metres. Ideal for indoor and outdoor applications, it is a reliable and cost-effective accessibility solution.

 

Advantages

Easy installation

The Opal is a self-contained unit can be installed in just a few days.

Suitable for heavy wheelchairs

The Opal’s large 340kg weight capacity makes it an ideal solution for motorised wheelchairs and heavier users.

Easy-to-use design

Simple, intuitive directional controls allow users to independently direct the platform lift with ease.

Customisable finishes

The Opal platform lift can be customised with a wide range of power coated colours.

Choice of drive systems

Choose either a Leadscrew Drive with a 2 HP Motor or a Hydraulic Drive with a 3 HP Motor.

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Safety

BCA compliant

The Opal is available with a BCA compliant platform.

Designed for safe travel

The platform walls, platform gate and optional automatic folding ramp travel with the platform create a safety barrier around the passenger.

Emergency stop feature

Under platform safety pan

Grab rail
Keyed operation

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Technical Specs

  • Up to 2m travel
  • Speed: up to 0.08 m/s
  • Rated load: 340kg
  • Drive – Leadscrew or hydraulic
  • Internal and external applications

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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