Accessibility / MOBILITY Lifts
Pool & Spa Lifts
Enjoying the benefits of water therapy has been made easy for those with disabilities, recovering from surgery, or if you are simply in need of some assistance to get in and out of the pool.
Master Lifts have a range of Pool Lifts and Spa Lifts to suit home owners who require access to their pools and spas, right through to high end commercial and public access aquatic centres of the modern day environment.
The objective is to simply make life easier when participating in recreational activities, enjoying some hydrotherapy, or doing your necessary rehabilitation. Master Lifts are at your side when is comes to entering the water safely and easily.
Powered by mains water pressure, these products are made from less-corrosive materials and have a standard lifting capacity of 160kg. (This can be increased for certain applications requiring additional lifting).
The Automatic 90° Turn, simply turns whilst the unit is raising or lowering.
The Automatic 180° Turn, allows easy transition from wheelchair to pool or spa lift for users who are less abled.
The Above-Deck Model, particularly suited to public pools where the requirements and code require no part of the lift to be inside the pool when it’s not in use.
Spa Lift – for in ground or above ground spas these are custom-made to suit your needs. Featuring stainless steel construction, this hydraulic water powered lift is unique with its streamlined support mast, uncomplicated configuration, making it perfect for product to install beside the spa.
The Assist Lift – this product can be installed in both residential or public applications, and requires the assistance of another person while being positioned to enter the pool.
Simple, yet clever design allows this lift to be quickly set up and easily removed for storage when it’s not in use. Structural components are made from 316 stainless steel with a polished finish while slings are one-piece open-mesh Dacron. A high neck support sling is available as an option for those with limited upper body mobility.