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COMMERCIAL DISABILITY LIFTS

Electric Based Systems, Pitless Design, Economical and Elegant.

Commercial Traction Lift

This is a lift falls under the codes related to a lift for physical disability in Canada (CSA B355-15) but has the look at feel of a full elevator.

The most significant feature that differentiates between a “Lift” and an “Elevator” is the requirement for a lift to be “constant pressure”.

This means that, in order for the platform to move either up or down, a user must hold the control button either at the landings or while on board continuously but the platform will come to a stop at the landing automatically….no fear of overshooting the landing!

Key Features

  • Made to fit in any space
  • Quieter than the competition
  • Easy maintenance
  • Fits in a standard 8’ floor-to-ceiling height
  • Saves you money
  • Works in a power outage
  • Every CT-Lift is built for life

Trus-T-Lift™

Key Features

  • Constant Pressure Operations
  • Non – skid platform surface
  • 110VAC, 1 Phase, 15A, Dedicated circuit
  • Levels Service 2 (standard) or 3
  • Powder Coated Steel Finishes
  • Emergency Stop Button
  • Keyed lock out standard
  • Direct Geared Belt Drive Technology—
    no slippage and reliable lifting capacity
  • Non-Load bearing back up safety nut
  • UL/ CSA Certified
  • 8 ft/min travel speed

Meet Devin Oliver

Class B Mechanic, EDMB

Devin Oliver, Family 1st Medical’s Elevator and Lift Co-ordinator is from the Annapolis Valley but has been living in the town of Antigonish for more than 16 years, originally moving there to work as a paramedic. On the job, he ended up meeting his wife and Family 1st RRT Dawn and the two eventually settled down together. Devin and Dawn have two active boys and enjoy rural Nova Scotia living. Devin has a love for the outdoors and enjoys hunting, fishing and also being a minor hockey coach.

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