Stair Climbers

Fire Evacuations & Lift Failures

Stanley offer a very strong range of mobility stair climbers for use in a variety of environments, designed to improve user mobility, operational efficiency and safety. Our stair climbers are especially useful for fire evacuations and lift failures, providing a safe and reliable solution for the disabled and the mobility impaired, during their hour of need.

 

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Jolly

Key Benefits:

  • Easily dismantle for vehicle loading
  • No transfer process needed – accommodates various wheelchair types
  • Loading ramps provided
  • Perfect for fire evacuations and lift failures
  • Emergency button
  • Automatic brakes
  • Push button control
  • 24 month warranty
  • Rechargeable battery

The Jolly is designed to work with electric chairs, wheelchairs with tilting or movable backrests and even pushchairs. It is a fully-collapsible unit with a range of customisable features, such as a large base plate for larger wheelchair designs.

It can easily be dismantled into two separate pieces which enable it to be transported in a car, ambulance or shuttle bus. The key benefit for this stair climber is that it enables users to be transported from within their own wheelchair, which offers a very dignified solution and has minimal impact on staff.

It can easily be dismantled into two separate pieces which enable it to be transported in a car, school bus or coach. The key benefit for this particular stair climber is that it enables users to be transported from within their own wheelchair, which offers a very dignified solution and has minimal impact on staff.

Tolo

Key Benefits:

  • Touch button operation
  • Climb up to 20 steps per minute
  • Perfect for fire evacuations and lift failures
  • Automatic braking system
  • Emergency button
  • Safety belt
  • Bespoke attachments available e.g lateral sides
  • Rechargeable battery
  • 24 month warranty

The Tolo is a full battery-powered wheelchair unit, which enables users to ascend and descend the majority of staircases that may be located around care homes, residential care centres and beyond, without having to be moved between chairs.

The key benefit of this piece of equipment is its unique drive system, this enables the user to navigate the wheelchair around the environment unaided. However, a trained individual is needed during the stair climbing process, which is a very straightforward task, completed at the touch of a button. The seat itself is equipped with a foldable armrest, headrest and adjustable footrest to optimise user comfort, with various attachments and configurations offering a more tailored solution.