Savaria V-1504 Vertical Platform Lift: Any architectural requirements including public spaces and home use
The Savaria V-1504 lift is built to carry a wheelchair and passenger safely up and down one or more levels. Suitable for installations in public and commercial buildings, as well as private homes, this Savaria lift features an extremely versatile design that can be configured and customized to suit virtually any project requirements and aesthetic needs. From the rugged outdoors, to the most luxurious office tower lobbies, the Savaria V-1504 lift is ready to serve with its reliable performance, ease of use and range of finish options.
Driven by our reliable hydraulic system the lift travels up and down a rail system enclosed in the lift tower so no machine room is needed.
Ideal for basic commercial applications and home use. This lift can be used indoors and outdoors to travel a standard 48” with 2 stops or optionally more distance and stops. The standard unit can be custom enclosed on site by your local installer. Popular for use in schools, places of worship and other public spaces, the standard model can be outfitted with a range of options to suit the installation need.
Aluminum/Acrylic Model (V-1504 ALPE)
This enclosed model uses aluminum and acrylic inserts and top dome with corrosion-resistant steel components, making it ideal for outdoor applications. Optionally, this model can be ordered with tempered or laminated glass panels. The active ventilation system keeps the inside comfortable and the gates and door can be motorized.
Luxury Framed (V-1504 Lux)
Framed in 304 stainless steel finish No. 4 with tempered or laminated glass inserts, this lift is a beautiful complement for lobby areas, offices and public buildings.
Prestige Frameless (V-1504 Prestige)
With half-inch structural tempered glass and no visible frame, this lift is the ultimate statement for creating barrier-free access in commercial applications. See V-1504 Prestige video here.
Optional Finishes: Powder-coat finishes in light grey, dark grey, black, architectural white, dark brown, fence green, white or custom color (see color chart). See more about finish options according to the models listed above.
Other Options: Up to 4 stops, commercial package including alarm, auto fold-up ramp, keyless operation, keyed or keyless hall call (subject to type of application), low profile aluminum doors, steel ULC fire rated doors, wooden door on frame, power gate and door operators, tempered glass inserts for doors, acrylic inserts for gate, GAL or Savaria WR-500 weather resistant lock, folding seat, 60 mm buttons, ADA hands-free phone. The unit can be ordered with a 12-volt DC power supply for residential applications.
The Savaria Omega inclined platform is designed for access over stairs with multiple levels, curves or intermediate landings. This lift carries a passenger with wheelchair up and down stairs by travelling along a rail system mounted alongside the stairs.
An alternative to an elevator or vertical platform lift, the Omega requires minimal construction. The foldaway platform allows full access to the stairs when the lift is not in use. Flexible for many types of installations, including inside and outside curves, spiral stairs and multiple levels, the Savaria Omega is custom built to your specifications. The available ADA-compliant platform includes a fold out seat and audio visual movement alarm to meet public building access requirements.
During travel, the edges of the platform ramp and the carriage of the lift are protected by sensors
which stop the lift if it touches an obstacle.
There are also safety underpan sensors to detect an obstacle underneath the platform and
carriage and stop the lift.
Safety arms and platform ramps
While in motion, the platform is protected by two safety arms. The platform is also protected by
two side access ramps (and an optional front access ramp) which have the dual function of
facilitating access to the lift at the floors (open position) and of retaining the wheelchair while the
lift is in motion (safety position).
Before the lift leaves the floor, the safety arms must be down and the platform ramps must be up.
If the underpan or platform ramps encounter an obstacle as they move into position, a
microswitch is tripped, stopping the lift. You can drive away from the obstacle in the other
direction in order to remove the obstacle.
The upper and lower limit switches allow the lift to stop automatically in the correct landing
position at the upper or lower end of the staircase. If the upper or lower limit switch fails, the
additional final safety limit switch stops the unit.
Emergency stop button
There is a red emergency STOP button located on the platform control panel and on the handheld
pendant which can be pressed in an emergency to stop the lift.
On-board alarm button
The yellow alarm button is located on the platform control panel and can be pressed in an
emergency to sound an audible alarm indicating that assistance is required.
Platform key switch
The key switch is located on the platform control panel and is used to activate/de-activate the
platform pendant controls.
The yellow landing light is mounted in view of each landing and the travel of the lift, either at the
middle landing or in the middle of travel The landing light flashes to indicate that the unit is in use.
Overspeed governor (safety brake)
The overspeed governor is a safety device located at the lower end of the rail. It will activate to
quickly bring the lift to a stop if it is descending down the stairs too quickly.
Manual lowering device
You can use the manual handwheel by inserting it on the motor shaft to bring the lift to the next
landing in the event of an emergency. You can also use an electric drill with the provided adapter
for faster lowering.
The Savaria Delta inclined platform lift carries a passenger with wheelchair up and down a single flight of straight stairs by travelling along a rail system mounted alongside the stairs. Suitable for home or commercial applications, this lift is well suited to environments where an elevator or vertical lift cannot be easily accommodated.
The motor is housed on board the unit with no need for a machine room. The folding platform, available in ADA-compliant size, allows easy access to stairs when the lift is not being used, making this a popular choice for schools, churches and other public buildings. This system is battery powered allowing it to operate through a power failure.