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Salise Homelift

Manufactured by Stannah Stairlifts

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DLF's summary

Through-floor lift for the home.


  • Can accommodate two people
  • Fully enclosed cabin
  • Half an hour fire integrity between the upper and lower floors, whether the lift is parked upstairs or downstairs
  • Pressure sensitive safety surfaces stop the lift if obstructed from above or below
  • Self supporting structure means it does not require any major structural alterations for it to be installed
  • Battery back up allows user to return to the ground floor in the event of a power failure
  • Wall fitted controls


  • Available in a range of colour options

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Product dimensions

Capacity 250 kg
Width 114 cm
Lifting height 216 cm
Length 85 cm

Manufacturer's contact details

Stannah Stairlifts
(0800) 715350

Manufacturer's description

The Salise is unlike a traditional lift as it requires no majpr structual work to your home and so can be fitted practicially anywhere within your home. The Salise can accomodate two passengers.
Manufacturer's details

Stannah Stairlifts

Contact details

Stannah Stairlifts
Head Office
Watt Close
East Portway Industrial Estate
SP10 3SD
Tel: (0800) 715350
Email: webenquiries@stannah.co.uk

Help and advice

When considering which type of lift, and which features, best suits your needs an individual assessment with an occupational therapist is strongly recommended.

On through floor lifts the lift car is either partially or fully enclosed and usually travels up and down a wall-fixed track/s. Partially enclosed cars enable the user to see outside and may be more suitable for users who do not like enclosed spaces.

The doors on both totally and partially enclosed carriages are electronically interlocked as a safety precaution so that they can not be opened when the lift is moving and the lift will not move if the door is open.

In order to travel between floors a trap door or aperture is constructed in the ceiling / floor which automatically opens and closes. When the lift is on the ground floor the gap in the ceiling is covered by an infill that matches the ceiling of the room, whilst in the upper room the infill blends in with the carpet in that room.

Plan ahead to ensure that the lift will be suitable for the size of any wheelchair/s that may be used in the future, and for the combined weight of the wheelchair and occupant.

It is essential that the lift is installed by a qualified engineer, that regular maintenance is carried out and that lifts are inspected and tested to the manufacturer's requirements. For many lifts this is an inspection every six months by a qualified lift engineer.

Read about lift features

Read our advice on will a through-floor lift be practical in your home.

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