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Stair Lifts- Helping Older People

By Julia Roger Subscribe to RSS | May 11th 2012 | Views:
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Stair Lifts are an essential progress to any dwelling where the residents struggles to scale up or downward the staircase. They help in removing the struggle and put extra effort in climbing on the top of the roof. It is considered as one of the cheapest alternative to convert down the stairs rooms into a bedroom or bathroom. Therefore, they are certainly much cheaper than stirring onto a single storey home or bungalow. However, when you think of buying a stair lift peace of mind is considered as the most important feature. There are a number of safety standards on all Stair Lifts from reputable manufacturers. The security principles are precise underneath the existing British safety standard for stair lifts. They are being updated every year because safety is the paramount concern for stairlifts. It is very important to make sure that a stair lift has all the essential safety features and you should not look upon only for a cheap deal. For the safety concerns, all the stairlifts must have a seat belt. It is frequently in the shape of a retractable lap belt and offers you an extra sense of safety as you are travelling up or down the staircase via the lift. A very important safety feature of the lift is the inbuilt property of safety sensors. They automatically detect any type of possible obstruction to the stairlift caused. In addition, it will thus in turn stop the lift completely. They are normally located around the footrest area so lower objects are also detected.

A limit sensor is also fixed on the peak and foot of the stairlift rail. The edge sensors make sure that when attaining the last part of the rail at the either end it stops in the exact position. However, a flat start stop movement is very important so as well as coming to a yielding stop. The Stairlifts should have a sluggish and kind start rather than a bouncy start. It thus removes the risk of injuries that can take place during the start and stop of the lift.

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