Many architects and building managers are now opting to install the more cost effective machinery directive lifts when standard elevators are not appropriate. As machinery directive lifts are classified as ‘machines’ rather than ‘lifts’, they require reduced headroom and pit depth. This makes them an incredibly cost-effective option.
Machinery Directive Lifts can be installed in buildings as an alternative to a ramp or for changes between levels, typically between 2-6 floors. They provide a means by which people with mobility issues, buggies and wheelchairs can access a building.
At Premier Lift Group, we take a personal and attentive approach to machinery directive lift design and engineering. With decades of experience and expertise, our team offers industry-leading lift solutions tailored to your building’s needs.
Our specialist designers have gained great insights into the challenges facing impaired mobility users. We have incorporated user feedback and suggestions into the design of our machinery directive lifts.
Providing access to those with mobility issues is not just practical, it’s also a legal requirement for many building types. At Premier Lift Group, you’ll be glad to know that we’re experts in compliance and building regulations.
Our range of machinery directive lifts can be tailored to perfectly match the image and identity of any building.
From stylish surfaces to energy efficient LED platform lights, you’ll find a beautiful design to match your property.
If you would like to request a quotation or find out more about Premier Lift Group, contact our team on 0203 355 0523 or email@example.com
Working with our award-winning Italian partner, Gruppo Millepiani, Premier Lift Group introduces our very own Machinery Directive, traction drive lifting platform. The K-Motion offers low energy consumption, space saving design and super-simple installation. This all results in a truly economical solution. The plus range comes with a nanotech finish. This technology automatically removes small scratches using heat and standard cleaning processes.Learn More
Economic and energy efficient, this platform lift comes with an ECO designation. This designation demonstrates its class leading credentials when it comes to the environment. The key feature of this lift is the unique MRL belt traction system, with no machine room requirements. The belt drive traction system ensures that this cabin style through-floor-lift has a smooth and comfortable ride.Learn More
Similar in design, functionality and feel to the ECO600 Platform Lift. Once again, an incredibly energy efficient and environmentally friendly option. The ECO700 Platform Lift is MRL (machine room less) and traction belt driven with a fully enclosed cabin using traditional style telescopic lift doors. Offering the type of functionality that you’d expect from a high end cabin platform lift, at an affordable price.Learn More
A simple platform lift solution suited to both commercial properties and private homes. This platform lift is highly adaptable, coming in a range of sizes and finishes. A cost effective platform lift that has the same quality as the ECO600 & ECO700 platform lifts. However, the simple hydraulic drive system with small remote machine cabinet gives the VPL500 a smaller footprint than other lifts in this class, making the VPL500 platform cabin lift ideal where space is premium.Learn More
A more robust, heavy duty version of the VPL500 Platform mentioned previously. The powerful hydraulic system and wider carriage options allow for the transportation of trolleys, beds and other objects that require extra space. This cabin style platform lift solution can easily manage large loads but maintains a stylish appearance.Learn More
Primarily used for the transportation of people with impaired mobility. Built using the hugely reliable and low maintenance ‘nut and screw drive’ system. With low pit, low headroom requirements and a range of door and enclosure options, this is an ideal option for installation into both existing and new buildings.Learn More
Bespoke Lift for Victorian Family Home
Premier were approached by John Perrin Architects to deliver a bespoke lift that overcame complex site limitations. Our brief was to design a lift travelling from the basement to the 3rd floor within limited space.VIEW CASE STUDY
Disabled Access at Iconic London Venue
As part of ongoing renovation work, Premier Lift Group were approached by Panter Hudspith Architects to find a solution for full disabled access at the world famous Trocadero in London.VIEW CASE STUDY
A First for Scotland’s Hotel Sector
The Premier Lift Group were commissioned to design and install a stunning glass art deco inspired elevator, bespoke in every detail, for a "boatique hotel" development set to transform Scotland's hotel sector.VIEW CASE STUDY