Stairlift | Harmar SL600 Pinnacle Stair Lift
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The Pinnacle is the true essence of an affordable and necessary luxury. The slimmest and most light-weight stair lift on the market, it folds to take just 10.5” of staircase width.
Although exceptionally compact, Pinnacle boasts a 350lb (160 kg) capacity with a wide, comfortable seat that swivels at the top landing to aid in safely entering and exiting the lift. Safety sensors prevent the lift from running if the seat is not in the proper position or if something is blocking the stairway or track.
Pinnacle’s patented helical worm gear drive system requires less energy to operate and can make up to 60 trips should the power go out. The unique drive system does not require any messy greases or lubricants! The folding rail option saves space and lessens trip hazards at bottom of the staircase.
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Narrowest stair lift in the industry – only 10.5” wide when footrest and seat are folded!
Lightest unit on the market – entire system weighs only 180 lbs installed (including 16’ of track)
Swivel seat at upper landing, for easy and safe, entry and exit
Easy operating controls and indicator lights
Patented helical worm gear drive system for extremely smooth ride
Operable in a power outage – up to 60 trips!
Comfortable seat with height adjustment
Safety sensors will stop the lift if it meets an obstruction
No greases or lubricants; easy to vacuum and keep clean
Limited Lifetime Warranty
Easy, 1 person installation (Harmar recommends that all stair lifts are professionally installed)
350 lbs (160kg)
24V DC Battery
16 ft is standard; lengths available up to 70 ft
32 – 52 degrees
Polymer Helical Worm Gear/worm-rack
Motor output speed at rated load
Motor output torque at rated load
18 lb ft
Motor output amps at rated load
Track (rail) type
Average return trips per charge
Up to 60
Switchable arms (Left or right hand operation)
Need to open chassis to install or change sides
Includes 2 Wireless Remotes
Stairlifts are fitted by measuring the distance from the edge of the landing diagonally along the top of the steps to the floor. This is A-B in this drawing. There must be at least 13″ of distance to a door or obstruction at the top.