Meditek Stairlift - Southern Mobility Centres
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Meditek Stairlift

Control of your MediTek stairlift can be affected either by use of a simple, user-friendly joystick located in the arm of your choice, or alternatively the stairlift can be controlled remotely by means of an infra-red hand-held transmitter that requires no unsightly control boxes or cables.

The MediTek stairlift comes as standard with an offset manual seat swivel.  At the flick of a lever, the easy to use swivel chair can be manoeuvred into the 45deg or 85deg position and back again.  Alternatively you can have a powered seat swivel as an optional extra.

MediTek stairlifts use safe, low voltage maintenance free battery power (24V DC) which ensures continued operation (average of 30 return journeys) in the even of a temporary power outage.

Where the Stairlift track may obstruct a door or passageway, it is possible to use a Manual or Powered Folding Hinge Track.