Xpress II Photos Gallery

  • Model: Xpress II
  • Project: Bakerview Eco Dairy
  • Location: Abbotsford, B.C.
  • Summary: This facility is an educational center which has regular tour groups visit from local schools and universities. In order to provide access to the mezzanine, a Garaventa Xpress II inclined platform lift was included in the plans. This lift is mounted directly to the stair treads using towers. It is shown in the standard colors for a 2011 Xpress II. The ramps, rails and towers are champagne anodized aluminum. The underplatform sensing plate and barrier arms are satin grey.
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  • Model: Xpress II
  • Project: Canucks Team Store
  • Location: Vancouver, B.C.
  • Summary: A small change in elevation at their retail outlet was a barrier to accessibility, so the Vancouver Canucks NHL hockey team invested in an Xpress II wheelchair lift from Garaventa. Some of the painted parts on the lift are painted "Canucks Blue".
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  • Model: Xpress II
  • Project: Phillips Electronics
  • Location: Sao Paulo, Brazil
  • Summary: This Xpress II inclined platform lift is tower-mounted to the stair treads. The platform folds up neatly against the adjacent wall, and the system requires very little space at the upper landing. The Xpress II is a very cost-effective and reliable accessibility solution.
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  • Model: Xpress II
  • Project: Roberts Creek Elementary School
  • Location: Roberts Creek, B.C.
  • Summary: When a young wheelchair user registered for school, this rural school district needed accessibility to their elementary school library. They chose a Garaventa Xpress II for fast, cost-effective access and reliability.
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  • Model: Xpress II
  • Project: Terraces of the Isles
  • Location: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
  • Summary: This Xpress II wheelchair lift provides an accessible route to the front entrance of this mulit-unit residential building. Since there is no adjacent wall behind the lift, pedestals are supplied for the call stations. Keyed operation prevents unauthorized use.
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  • Model: Xpress II
  • Project: Francis Tuttle Technology Center
  • Location: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Summary: Here, an Xpress II was used to provide access within the Tuttle Theater over a long ramp. Although power chairs and scooters were able to navigate the long ramp, it proved to be a barrier for users of manual wheelchairs.
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