Hoist for transferring a wheelchair or scooter in and out of a vehicle, designed for installation in estate vehicles and MPVs, also compatible with some hatchback and saloon cars. Options: corded remote control operation available.
V40 Wheelchair and Scooter Hoist, allowing you to easily move your wheelchair or scooter in and out of your car. The Elap V40 Hoist provides a simple cost-effective way of loading your wheelchair or mini-scooter. The Elap V40 Hoist has been produced from high quality folded steel parts to provide a cost-effective solution to loading and unloading your wheelchair or mini-scooter. The V40's universal left or right handed fitting design simplifies installation into estate vehicles and MPVs. It is also suitable for some hatchback and saloon vehicles. Loading and unloading is simple, effortless and totally safe, since the boom is locked automatically when positioned vertically.
Elap Engineering Ltd
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