Ensure everyone's accessibility with lifts and vertical platforms

We offer a wide range of vertical lift models and platforms that eliminate architectural barriers and improve accessibility to all types of buildings; they are ideal for facilitating access to wheelchair users.

The elevating platforms for the disabled and wheelchair lifts are a technical aid to overcome steep but short unevenness, such as the access stairs at the entrance of a home or a commercial premises. For professionals in the sector, the different types of lifting platforms for the disabled that exist undoubtedly represent the most comfortable accessibility solution for users in wheelchairs or people with reduced mobility who have difficulties getting up and down stairs (in many cases, it even incorporates a folding bench inside).

Each vertical stair lift platform is designed for specific needs. For example, the size and the distance to be saved of a hydraulic vertical lift are smaller than in the electric one, favoring a more economical installation and maintenance.

The vertical platforms for the disabled, with a rail system very similar to that of a stair lift, allow users of wheelchairs or bulky walkers to overcome these obstacles more easily. It is true that they require more space than a stair lift, but it is precisely this greater width that makes access even easier.

At FAIN we know that each client is different. For this reason, we are committed to analyzing your needs and the characteristics of your building in order to offer you the best possible installation of lifting platforms for the disabled and the wheelchair lift solution that best suits you. .


Vertical platforms

They are the ideal solution for the elderly and wheelchair users. They incorporate a base installed on the wall using one or two rails. Vertical platforms allow reaching heights of up to 3 metres, but, unlike the more compact stairlifts, the latter require minimum space dimensions and a power outlet to be installed.


Vertical lifts

The only difference with respect to the ones above is that vertical lifts, in addition to a platform, incorporate small open walls at the top to safeguard passengers.


The law is on your side

Did you know that following the reform of the Spanish Horizontal Property Act in 2011 brought new rights for users and new obligations for communities of owners? According to the new wording of this regulation, the latter must carry out the works required to guarantee the property's complete accessibility, provided that anyone over 70 years of age or with an accredited disability resides in any of the homes. If you are one of them, take a look at this legal text!


Do you need maintenance?

It is not mandatory by law, but it is highly recommended. Preventive and corrective maintenance allows detecting and anticipating possible breakdowns, lengthening the system's service life and ensuring the safety of its users. In addition, if you contract its maintenance with FAIN, we guarantee going to repair the malfunction on the same day, which means that your system will be available the maximum time possible.

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