Using ProE engineering software, we can provide you with all you need, regardless of your project size. We can detail your 100ft system into a print needed for county regulations or design a complex large incline elevator for a marina or high end housing development. Flexibility is the key here and it benefits all our clients. Product improvement is another priority, and the design department works closely with manufacturing to improve, streamline, and develop new technologies that keep your investment once step ahead of the pack. To ensure safety and reliability, testing on different components is a regular occurrence and part of the added value we provide all our clients.
Your peace of mind will only be enhanced knowing we follow 2004 National Incline Elevator Codes A.17, 5.1 and 5.4. We will tell you upfront what this means to you. You may live in an area where these codes are key or in another where it is a different situation. You will never get sold what you do not need, yet we done extensive work to meet code in states where these systems are tightly regulated. In other words, wherever your project is located and whatever state or local regulations are required, we will guide you through the process and ensure it is stress-free. Features include:
Your incline elevator system is designed and built for years and years of reliable service, but we will not leave you out in the cold. Through our dealer network we are building network of dedicated service professionals located throughout the US, plus we offer factory support for troubleshooting and parts replacement.
Also know as incline trams, hillside trams, hillside lifts, incline lifts, hillside elevators, funiculars, lakeshore lifts, hill lifts, hill trams and wheelchair lifts.