Wheelchair users need reliable accessibility solutions that allow them to move around easily. Vertical platform lifts (VPLs) allow wheelchair users to access raised decks, porches, patios, and levels of a building without leaving the comfort of their assistive device. Established accessibility equipment dealers in New Jersey offer innovative models of platform lifts for residential and commercial applications. The Harmar TG400 (Toe Guard) Commercial Platform Lift is a self-contained unit which requires minimal construction. An ideal option for existing sites where major construction is not possible, this ADA-compliant device does not require a separate hoistway.

Featuring a total load capacity of 750 lbs, Harmar TG400 (Toe Guard) Commercial Platform Lift comes with a maximum lifting height of 53″ and travels at a nominal speed of 10 fpm. The device comes with four removable caster wheels, a platform gate on upper landing side, and auto folding ramp on lower landing side. Interlocks prevent the gate from opening until landing level.

The top landing of the TG400 accommodates a 42” gate, fire door, RDI interlock or flush strike. The stationary lower landing walls and gate shield the lift inside.

The Toe Guard Commercial Platform Lift comes integrated with a wide range of safety features such as RDI interlock or flush strike, final limit, ball nut safety backup and non-skid surface. Other features and technical specifications include –

  • Straight-thru configuration
  • Power – 120 VAC 15A grounded circuit, 240 VAC Optional
  • Optional 24 VDC battery-powered unit
  • Constant pressure paddle switch w/ emergency stop (key switch optional)
  • Manual Lowering – Standard
  • Footprint – 57″ x 68″
  • Drive system – Belt-driven ball screw / 90 VDC, 1/3 hp motor with brake
  • Control Circuit – 24 VAC (Low Voltage Controls)
  • Code-compliant ASME A18.1; ETL listed
  • 36″ x 60″ inside clear platform

Find a Reliable Dealer

The best option when it comes to buying Platform Lifts in New Jersey is to locate a reliable dealer. Leading suppliers of accessibility equipment provide free site evaluation as well as custom installation by factory-trained technicians. They will also provide efficient maintenance support to keep your device working well all the time.