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Hidral is expanding its accessibility range with the new PH-300 open-space Vertical Lifting Platform for when only a short distance needs to be travelled.

In its quest to overcome architectural barriers, Hidral is continuing to expand its range of accessibility platforms, thus allowing people with reduced mobility to integrate and enjoy their independence.
Hidral launches the PH-300 Platform, a vertical open-space platform for use when only short distances need to be travelled, in accordance with Machinery Directive 2006/42/EC and ISO Standard ISO 9386-1.
It is the ideal solution for overcoming small changes in elevation and providing access to private buildings (banks, restaurants, shops, etc.), public buildings (medical centres, schools, etc.) and residential buildings (blocks of flats or private homes). It stands out due to its versatility: its ability to optimise the space available and adapt to specific aesthetic requirements.
In terms of protections and access, the platform includes automatic straight protection arms, reducing the access space required, a collapsible access ramp to the lower floor and a 1100-mm siderail. It also has a glass door on the upper level with 800 x 1,100-mm access.
The PH-300 Vertical Platform is designed to carry up to 300 kg for up to 1,500 mm travelled, measuring 1,250 x 800 mm and with the possibility of loading at 180 and 90º. One of its main advantages is the absence of a pit and the fact that the upper access door can be motorised, leaving the latter’s motor hidden.
Download the leaflet here.