Nibav brings you power-less but powerful home elevators that are coupled with the highest levels of safety and style.
Kampala, Central Nov 25, 2022 (Issuewire.com) – Your search for a compact home lift will end with Nibav Home Elevators, the best air-powered vacuum lifts in Uganda. Home lifts are becoming exceedingly common in Uganda. This trend pushed the Nibav group to work on a home lift that is safe, fast, and inexpensive. The desire to provide an affordable luxury gave birth to Nibav Elevators. The New Series II of Nibav Home Lifts is touted to be the best pneumatic lift in the world. This is a result of meticulous research and development. The final product is a residential elevator with superior technology and structure. It delivers a smooth, noiseless, and elegant experience. Hence, it is an ideal home elevator for homes in Uganda.
Nibav Lifts has established itself as a world leader in the elevator industry and has become a popular home elevator company. With customers in several countries, the network of the business is huge. Nibav Elevators has successfully established a client base in countries like Uganda, Mexico, Canada, the UK, India, Australia, UAE, and South Africa among others. The global presence of Nibav Elevators is due to the quality and value of the elevators, along with the ease of installation in a compact area. Nibav has been and will always be the brand of affordable luxury in the home elevator space, especially in Uganda’s households.
Nibav Elevators are built with armoured glass, aeronautical aluminum, and galvanized steel. The combination of Australian technology, European design, and investment in high-tech production lines results in a sleek design that makes it suitable for domestic installation without affecting any aspect of your home’s architecture. The lack of civil works reduces installation times and makes it as short as 24 working hours. It follows European safety standards, including the ISO 9001 certification, and consumes lower energy than a household appliance. Nibav home lifts are the fit-and-forget kind, require 90% less maintenance than their alternatives, and require a small space to install.
The Design of Nibav Lifts provides many Utility Factors –
- The lifts are compact and comfortable:
Nibav domestic lifts only require a base space of 1010mm in diameter. At least two people can be transported comfortably in the cabin space provided.
- The elevators are lightweight:
Due to the use of materials like aluminum and galvanized steel, the lifts are lightweight without any compromise in strength and sturdiness.
- They require no extra space for machinery:
The lift system’s installation does not need room for lift motors or other such structures. This optimizes your household space, protects your home’s integrity, and ensures quick installation.
- The lifts have a panoramic glass view during transport:
Lifts are often a source of claustrophobia, especially when they are fully enclosed. Nibav lifts are transparent and let you enjoy the panoramic view of your house in all its glory.
- Nibav elevators are eco-friendly and energy-efficient:
The elevators run on a single-phase power and only consume 3.7kVA of energy while ascending. The lifts consume zero power during the descent, making them a low-energy consuming source and environmentally friendly.
- The lifts have superior aesthetics:
A panoramic glass view renders an aesthetic appearance to Nibav elevators as opposed to the machine-like appearance of conventional lifts. The entire system is installed compactly in a single area, making it fit any type of interior easily.
Nibav Lifts are the pioneer of world-class lift technology. With zero disruption to the area’s architecture, a purposeful yet compact home elevator can be installed inside an Uganda home within 24 hours.
Company: Nibav Lifts
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+256 707 957111
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