2013-10-03 15:44:38 - Access an invaluable infographic, white paper and enter a draw for an iPad mini too!
London, UK - October 3rd, 2013. When it comes to the world of lifts, Stannah can be relied on. Almost 150 years of lift expertise really does mean they can give you the best advice when it comes to lift specification.
The choices are widening and the subtle differences between their wide range of passenger-moving vertical lifts can be confusing. So this well-respected lift supplier has made things a little easier.
With six vertical passenger-carrying lifts in the current Stannah product range, all differing slightly and providing slightly different solutions it’s time to clearly define the similarities and the differences, the advantages and disadvantages of each product. The aim is to ensure the lift you choose provides the best solution for your
immediate needs, meets all your legal requirements and, at the same time, remains the right choice for your building in years to come by considering the life-cycle costs too.
Make life easier. Access the Stannah ‘select the right lift’ infographic, register for their comprehensive white paper (coming soon) and put your name into a monthly draw.
Go to: www.stannahlifts.co.uk/win-an-ipad/?utm_source=neondrum_pr_oct13 ..
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Passenger lifts – Our lifts are hydraulic or traction, wall-mounted or structure supported, low or medium rise to carry from 6-33 people.
Platform lifts – Designed to carry up to 4 passengers, platform lifts are supplied in their own structure so can go almost anywhere.
Since 1867, Stannah continues a family tradition; to keep people and goods moving. With more than 30,000 new installs per year and over 220,000 site visits we give our customers expert support right across our portfolio.
For further editorial information please contact: Angela Breckenridge on 023 8043 3348 or email angela[at]b-v[dot]co.uk
For further product information, visit: www.stannahlifts.co.uk; or telephone: 01264 339090; or email: liftsales[at]stannah[dot]co.uk
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