Three-door glass lift with increased visibility proves popular amongst occupational therapists
After having a successful OT Show, Terry Lifts said its new prototype three-door glass lift generated significant positive interest amongst attending healthcare professionals, which accommodates wheelchair users and more than one person.
“We were very excited to return to the OT Show and were rewarded with many familiar faces visiting the stand,” commented Terry Lifts Commercial Director Adrian Sunter. “It was also a pleasure to welcome new, potential customers and meet those who had ordered from Terry Lifts in the past.”
One of the highlights at The OT Show was Terry Lifts’ new prototype three-door glass lift, with occupational therapists interested in how it is being developed with greater dimensions and the ability to accommodate wheelchair users and more than one person.
As the new prototype lift is fully glazed, healthcare professionals were also impressed by the increased visibility this gives, which improves sightlines for people both inside and outside the lift.
“The full-length glass lift door panels also give virtual transparency meaning it is sympathetic to any interior and will suit most properties,” Adrian continued.
Above all, the most significant feature of the new lift is the ability to open the lift on three sides, which Terry Lifts boasts is an industry first and is an important step to improving accessibility and home aesthetics.
Adrian concluded: “It was certainly a show full of opportunities and we’re pleased with the number of high-quality enquiries that it has generated. We look forward to welcoming delegates to our fully-certified training academy and operational showroom at our head office in Cheshire, in the New Year.”