For Pools and Spas with Automatic Pool Covers or Unusual Design
The Model IGAT-180AD is designed so the entire lift is out of the water until the seat enters. This is desirable for swim events, or for pools with automatic covers or raised copings. This accommodates pools with automatic covers and some pool/spa combinations. This lift complies with the 2010 Standards for Accessible Design, the current requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). It is user-operable, with upper and lower controls, from deck or water. The 180° clockwise turn allows the greatest access from the deck for the user and any assistants. Side-to-side transfers are easy, as the footrest flips up and the mounting arm is under the seat, allowing unobstructed transfer. The seat rotates forward when entering the pool, and backward when exiting the water.
The standard seat has a right arm only, but a flip-up outer arm is available. This unit also available in a 90-degree and 135-degree rotation, or with opposite rotation. Just let us know your needs when ordering. Aquatic Access strive to make their lifts fit your needs. When you call to order, please let us know about your pool cover and/or adjacent spa.
Refer to the Aquatic Access Dimensional Worksheet
to determine what information they need to build this unit. Please download this form, fill the information required for your installation, and return with your order.
- ADA-Compliant with 2010 Standards for Accessible Design
- Elevated Deck Clearance to allow for automatic pool covers or pool/spa combinations
- Powered by Water Pressure Lifts up to 350 bs. at 55-65 psi or approx. 60 psi static faucet pressure.*
- Vertical Seat Travel - 44"
- Installs in Deck Socket - Cover included
- Flip-Up Footrest Included
- Can Be Padlocked in Seat-Up Position
- Flip-up Armrest, Upper and Lower Seatbelts, Headrest optional
*Static pressure (measured at faucet or hose with no water flowing) is affected by variables in the material, length, diameter, and rigidity of the water lines and hoses from the street to the lift, and by how many other faucets are open at the same time. Operating pressure requirement (measured while lifting) is not affected by these variables.