The global leader in Stair-Lift manufacturing, Stannah has put on display five of its latest products for homelifting in the UK’s biggest independent living expo, NAIDEX 2012. These may be called the ‘next generation’ series of the home-lifts and stair-lifts that has extended the product range of Stannah in the recent years. These products have been sketched and developed keeping in mind the various needs of a bigger range of people so it may help them enhance their quality of living.

Siena is practical and contemporary new chair in the stair-lift range of Stannah that complements the Starla, which was launched the previous year. It is available in four varieties of colors with ‘arm isolation’ safety feature. It will hit the markets later this year.

Sadler is a chair that is designed and developed for the people who have limited flexibility in their overall knees, shoulders and hips. This product supports the user’s weight and keeps the legs relaxed. The launch dates are yet to be declared.

600 rail is a narrower, neater, straight rail with an option to retract the rail gives a good technical benefit with zero over-hangs on the top as well as a short length of minimum of rail.

Stratum is the new vertical lift that moves the users in a smooth, safe and quiet fashion between the floors. It does not require any kind of major alteration to the structure for fitment. It can accommodate any A or B wheelchair to its platform. It is available on order.

Salise is a very sleek home-lift that is best suited for everybody. It can move up to two people between the floors. This has been designed with one thing in mind and that is to make the home-lift as easy as possible within the homes. It is also available immediately on order.