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Bruno Vertical Platform Lift

Model: VPL-3100B; VPL-3200B

With the introduction of the new Vertical Platform Lift (VPL-3100), Bruno Independent Living Aids has broadened the accessibility division’s product line in a new direction – straight up! Designed and built by Bruno’s master craftsmen, the Vertical Platform Lift provides a rugged, reliable and affordable solution for individuals and caregivers who need assisted access to a porch or deck.

A significant amount of time and research went into the design and production of the VPL-3100, resulting in a simple, safe and dependable product, with an array of standard features, but still in an attractive price range for virtually any consumer. The Bruno name has always meant trust, and our new Vertical Platform Lift extends that promise to another category of solutions “for your independence.”

Features and Benefits:

  • – Automatic self-lowering folding ramp 53” and 75” maximum floor to floor height (Model VPL-3153 and VPL-3175)
  • – Separate up and down push-button switches with key switch control
  • – Spring sensitive bottom plate shuts unit down when obstruction is encountered
  • – Solenoid actuated braking at the landings
  • – Welded steel tubular guide construction with formed 16 GA sheet steel guarding

 

Optional Features:

  • Top landing gate includes call/send controls with key and mechanical interlock
  • Manual hand crank lowering provided via top cap

Model: VPL 3300B

Vertical platform lifts (VPLs) are a cost-effective solution to make a church, school, office or other public building accessible for people using mobility devices. Sometimes called a wheelchair lift, a VPL provides code-compliant access up to 14’ in a variety of configurations (check with local jurisdiction) and is suitable for indoor or outdoor use.

Benefits of Vertical Platform Lifts

Cost-Effective

Gain cost efficiencies by installing a vertical platform lift instead of an elevator or long ramp system.

Compact

Ramps require 12” horizontal travel for every 1” vertical travel. For example, a 36” rise would require a 36’ ramp. In addition to taking up significant space, ramps can be fatiguing. A vertical platform lift saves space and is automatically powered.

Meets USA ADA Requirements

Vertical platform lifts are acknowledged in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines as a means to provide public building access. Bruno VPLs are designed in accordance with ASME A18.1 section 2.

General Information

Finishes

Bruno’s commercial VPL standard finish is electrostatically applied with a baked powder coat finish in champagne color. Platform and landing gate parts are E-coated for an extra level of protection from the outdoor elements.

Indoor / Outdoor

All Bruno VPLs are suitable for indoor and outdoor applications. Optional cold-weather package recommended if operating temperature is below 20° F/-7°C.