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TK Access Stairlifts Review

TK Access Stairlifts
  TK Access Flow II Stair Lift
  TK Access Levant Stair Lift
  TK Access Levant Comfort Stair Lift
  TK Access Flow II Curved Stair Lift

  TK Access Product Line

 

Straight Stairlifts
  Flow II Straight Rail
    Flow II Features
    Flow II Options 
    Flow II Specifications
  Levant Straight Rail
    Levant Features
    Levant Options 
    Levant Specifications
  Levant Comfort
    Levant Comfort Features
    Levant Comfort Options 
    Levant Comfort Specs

 

Curved Stairlift
  Flow II Curved Rail
    Flow II Curved Features
    Flow II Curved Options
    Flow II Curved  Specs 

TK Access Stairlifts Review

 

November 18, 2013
Source of Information

ThyssenKrupp Access Solutions, Germany

 
 

ThyssenKrupp Access Solutions Offices

 
Germany
 

 

History


The beginning of ThyssenKrupp AG: On November 20, 1811, Friedrich Krupp (and two partners) found a factory for the manufacture of English cast steel and products made from this steel.
 
ThyssenKrupp Access Corp. begins as American Stair-Glide in 1947 in the basement of a Kansas City entrepreneur's home who developed the Stair-Glide® chairlift.
 
1953 foundation of dutch company "de Reus". Four years later, the company produces its first chairlift.
 
1991 From the beginning Lift Able Limited is specialist for straight chairlifts in the United Kingdom.
 
2000 Dutch company Thyssen de Reus starts the success story of curved chairlift "Flow".
 
2006 ThyssenKrupp Accessibility BV (Netherlands) introduces Flow2 chairlift, which is one of the most appreciated curved chairlifts today.
 
2008 Lift Able (United Kingdom) becomes part of ThyssenKrupp Access Group.
 
Today ThyssenKrupp Encasa Ltd. is a professional partner for local authorities and provides especially straight chairlifts.
 
2012 ThyssenKrupp Access changes its name to ThyssenKrupp Access Solutions due to the enhanced product portfolio which now comprises passenger boarding bridges, chairlifts, StairWalker, Home Elevators and service lifts for wind turbines.

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