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Here is an example of an installation of our Acorn 180 curved stair lift.

At the request of the user we designed our module rail system to transfer our customer between two floors, the rail is also designed for the unit to be park out of the way ensuring minimal space is used.

Curved Stair lift Parked At the bottom of stairs on rail that wraps around
This picture shows a 180 degree bottom wrap start, allowing the unit to be tucked away neatly.
Curved Stair lift Parked At the bottom of stairs on rail that wraps around
This picture shows a bird’s eye view of the installation from the 180 degree bottom wrap start, 3 flights of stairs with two 90 degree turns.
The curved stair lifts rail going over two staircase landings
This part of the installation shows the rail climbing up a flight of stairs from the 2nd quarter landing, travelling along a straight section, then a 90 degree turn.
The stair lifts rail at the top of the stairs wraps around the newel neatly
This picture shows a 180 degree top wrap around finish The 180 wrap again is used to park the lift out of the way.
 

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