Elevator Specifications

    • See-through car
    • No special wiring – runs off of 110V household current
    • Designed is meet ASME standards
    • Battery operated – runs in BOTH directions during power outages
    • Capacity: 1-2 persons, 400 lbs
    • Length: up to 14 feet of travel
    • Footprint: 38” wide x 48” from wall, or 38” wide x 39” from wall
    • Car accommodates small wheelchair, rollator or power chair
    • Car controls: up/down, key-switch, E-stop, alarm, diagnostic LED, car light control switch
    • Wireless call-boxes enable rider to call or send unit to either landing
    • FOB control for remote use
    • Constant low voltage battery charging system
    • 250 watt motor with dual winding steel drums – 2:1 drive
    • High tensile strength extruded aluminum track
    • Textured, easy to clean, powder coated finish on car and rail
    • Hi-grade Z97.1 approved clear acrylic visions panels
    • Angled non-skid covered threshold for easy entry
    • AWS certified welded steel car frame
    • Telephone in car
    • Pull down seat
    • Brightly illuminating overhead LED car light – 4 watts, 12 V
    • Carpeted floor for sure footing and comfort
    • Designed to meet A17.1-2010/CSA B44-10 sec 5.3
    • Part V of ASME for Private Residence Elevators
    • Meets NEC standards for wiring
    • Designed, tested, and assembled in U.S.A.
    • Manufacturer warrants the elevator as follows: 2 years on batteries, 5 years on all other component parts and 180 days labor reimbursement from date of installation. Further warranty details accompany the owners manual. Also, Wizco Construction LLC will provide up to $1,000.00 total (cumulative) toward labor/service calls for 1 year after the 180 day labor reimbursement from manufacturer expires. If the $1,000.00 is used up before that year is up, any further labor/service calls will be charged at the hourly rate at the time the work is performed plus a trip charge. Any labor/service calls after that 1 year is up will be charged the current hourly rate at the time the work is performed plus a trip charge. Warranties are non-transferable and are valid under normal elevator use only, and not to exceed the 400lb. capacity.
    • Manual lowering device

Safety Devices & Features

    • Safety hatch on top of car stops travel if 20 lbs or more is on top of car.
    • Safety pan under car stop travel if four lbs or more of force is exerted underneath car.
    • Two ¼” diameter  7 x 19 GAC cables support the car.  Each cable has a breaking strength of 7,000 lbs.
    • Sliding radial door allows person to get in and out of elevator in an emergency, even between floors.
    • Hand rails inside car to assist and stabilize riders
    • Emergency unlocking device for door lock
    • UL Listed door interlock – senses door is both closed and locked before allowing unit to operate.
    • Regular and final limit switches.
    • Slack cable safety switches and broken cable safety
    • Units have constant pressure controls so the user controls travel at all times.


    • 10-12 day complete installation, including remodeling.
    • Installs on any wall – even non-load bearing.
    • Unassembled to fit any doorway.
    • Can be installed in room with ceilings as low as 7’6”.
    • No pit, no machine room, no dedicated outlet required.
    • Electrical requirements are 110volt, 2 amps
    • Only required maintenance is replacing batteries every 2-3 years.
    • Technical service support in the USA.

This video shows the operation of the elevator from one of our projects installed in a house built in 1908.

The noise you hear when the elevator is going up through the floor is the hatch cover when it contacts the top of the elevator and when the hatch cover comes down to rest on the hole liner as the top of the elevator clears the hole liner on the way down. There are other background noises not associated with the elevator operation.

Home Elevator Options

Check our downloadable PDF brochure for the elevators by clicking the link, PDF brochure

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