Residential pool owners and commercial pool operators alike now have a practical option when it comes to aquatic accessibility with the introduction of Spectrum Aquatics’ Portable Motion Trek BP 300 lift.
The lift, which is Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant is easy to use and saves deck space as it is mounted on wheels, allowing it to be wheeled out of the way and stored when not in use. This portability also makes the lift practical for facilities with multiple pools.
“We have transformed the feedback from customers into specific enhancements and created a new product that is built directly on what we learned from our customer,” says Spectrum Aquatics’ vice-president sales, marketing, and customer service, Nabil Khaled.
The freestanding lift, which can be locked down and fastened to the deck, provides users a more controlled and comfortable transition from the deck to the water as its rotation is slightly slower. The armrest system was also redesigned based on user feedback. It remains attached to the lift; however, it swings (pivots) out of the way below the seat to allow users to transfer to/from the seat easier.
The Portable Motion Trek BP 300 Lift will be on display in February at Spectrum Aquatics’ booth (221) at the Association of Aquatic Professionals (AOAP) show in Florida. Click here for more information.
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