About Lifestyle Lifts
Lifestyle Lifts is Australia’s leading supplier of Pandect, low rise platform lifts. The Pandect disability lift offers superior quality and design with many enhanced safety features including anti entrapment walls, automatic gates and a back up battery in the case of a mains power failure.
Pandect low rise lifting platforms are the perfect solution to provide cost effective access into a wide range of residential or commercial environments including: private homes, schools/childcare centres, commercial offices, retail shops and public/private car parks. Whether you are building or modifying an existing building the Pandect wheelchair lifts come in a range of practical models to suit either indoor or outdoor environments with the ability to customise the Pandect to your specific requirements.
Installed in hundreds of locations in Australia and New Zealand the Pandect wheelchair platform lift provides people with impaired mobility, easy access into their homes or in a commercial premise. The Pandect low rise lift is BCA compliant and designed to help you meet the requirements of the Access to Premises Standards.
The Pandect wheelchair lift can accommodate a rise of up 1.5 metres in residential and commercial situations, it is simple to operate and compact in design. In fact one of the many advantages of choosing a Pandect lift is the fact it requires very little room, in comparison to building a ramp you can install the Pandect in tight areas, and save valuable space. The Pandect is an affordable access solution which will enable you to access your home independently with ease or provide access to otherwise unreachable areas.
The Pandect wheelchair platform lift is readily available with short lead times allowing for us to provide you with quick installation and a fast solution to your access issues.
Facts about Pandect Platform Lifts
Deciding on a lift versus a ramp?
The maximum safe gradient recommended for residential properties is 1:14. However for commercial premises this gradient is mandatory.
Commonly accepted ramp cost estimates:
For each metre rise you need to allow 14 metres in length, for example: An 800mm rise = a ramp of 11.2 metres in length.
Typical ramp costs average $800-$1000 per lineal metre
Lifts can be a more cost effective and faster solution to give you the access you need.