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Aritco Lift AB


Energivägen 7, Kungsangen, Sweden




Low-speed screw/nut driven home and platform lifts


Aritco Lift is a company from Sweden that manufactures screw driven platform lifts and home lifts. It is one of the world leading manufacturers of platform lifts and home lifts for private homes and public buildings. The company is headquartered in Kungsangen, Sweden and has more than 90 employees.


Aritco Lift was established in 1995 by long-time veterans from the elevator industry with a simple idea of creating a lift/elevator that can enchance mobility, and at the same year they introduced their first platform lift known as A1. They began their first export outside Scandinavia in 1997 by exporting their products to England. In 1999, Aritco worked together with Thyssen.

The company had sold more than 1500 units of platform lift by 2004. In 2005, Aritco Group was founded, along with the acquisition of Gartec by Aritco. In 2012, the company introduced a brand new platform lift with a cabin called the Aritco 9000.


Today, Aritco makes both low-speed home and platform lifts with patented screw/nut driven system in different types and sizes.

Home lifts

Aritco currently produce the Aritco 4000 and 6000 home lifts designed for private homes and installed for indoor application. It is designed to minimize intervensions in the house and with made with 95% recyclable materials. It also has battery-powered emergency landing in case of power failure. In addition, an oil is not required as the system is screw/nut driven. Both the Aritco 4000 and 6000 have "hold to run" control system, which one must keep pushing the inside button during the ride or otherwise it will stop midway.

Aritco 4000 specifications:

  • 0.15 m/s maximum speed
  • 250 kg or 2 persons capacity
  • Serves up to 6 floors
  • Up to 2 landing doors per floors
  • 50 mm pit depth
  • 1 phase power supply; 230V 50Hz/6.6 A/16 A slow
  • 24 V control voltage
  • 1.5 kW motor
  • Indoor application

Aritco 6000 specifications:

  • 0.15 m/s maximum speed
  • 250-410 kg or 2-5 persons capacity
  • Serves up to 6 floors
  • Up to 2 landing doors per floors
  • 50 mm pit depth
  • Power supplies:
    • 1-phase 230V 50Hz/9 A/16 A slow
    • 3-phase 230V 50Hz/9 A/16 A slow
    • 3-phase 400V 50Hz/5.2 A/16 A slow
  • 24 V control voltage
  • 2.2 kW motor
  • Indoor application

Platform lifts

Aritco currently produce the Aritco 7000 and 9000 platform lifts designed for public and residential buildings. The Aritco 9000 was launched in 2012 and it is a platform lift with a cabin inside, making it look like a conventional elevator. Like the 4000 and 6000 home lifts, the Aritco 7000 and 9000 platform lifts are made with 95% recyclable materials, has battery-powered emergency landing and no oil is required due to their screw/nut driven system. Only the 9000 series having automatic control system, which, once the inside button is pushed the cabin will automatically moves.

Aritco 7000 specifications:

  • 0.15 m/s maximum speed
  • 250-500 kg or 2-5 persons capacity
  • Serves up to 6 floors
  • Up to 2 landing doors per floors
  • 50 mm pit depth
  • Power supplies:
    • 1-phase 230V 50Hz/9 A/16 A slow
    • 3-phase 230V 50Hz/9 A/16 A slow
    • 3-phase 400V 50Hz/5.2 A/16 A slow
  • 24 V control voltage
  • 2.2 kW motor
  • Indoor and outdoor application

Aritco 9000 specifications:

  • 0.15 m/s maximum speed
  • 400 kg or 5 persons capacity
  • Serves up to 6 floors
  • Up to 2 landing doors per floors
  • 75 mm pit depth
  • 3-phase power supply; 400V 50Hz/5.2 A/16A slow
  • 24 V control voltage
  • 3 kW motor
  • Indoor application



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  • Hong Ky Services & Trading Co. Ltd.
  • Viet Chao Joint Stock Company
  • VIP Lift Vietnam LLC

Other countries

  • Associated Engineers Ltd. (Hong Kong)
  • Barron Lifts (Ireland)
  • Cremer Lifts (New Zealand)
  • Ken-Jo Industries Pte. Ltd. (Singapore)
  • MNT Company Limited (Myanmar)
  • Pickerings Lifts (Ireland)
  • Tanakul Workgroup Co., Ltd. (Thailand)
  • TRASFA (Cambodia)

Notable installations


  • Liljevalchs Art Gallery, Stockholm
  • Esprit, Gallerian, Stockholm
  • Stationsgatan 1B, Hudiksvall
  • Visby Hamnhotell, Visby, Gotland
  • The Högevall bath house, Lund

United Kingdom

  • London Zoo, London
  • Cutty Sark, London
  • COS Store, Kensington, London


  • Kualanamu International Airport, Medan (2013)
  • B.S. Building Tomang, Jakarta
  • Grand Serpong Mall, Tangerang, Banten (2016)


  • Bangkok Marriott Hotel Queen's Park, Bangkok
  • Aloft Bangkok Sukhumvit 11, Bangkok
  • The Mall Bangkae, Bangkok

Other countries

  • Laivalahdenkatu 2bC, Herttoniemi, Helsinki, Finland (2012)
  • Vaasan Kauppahalli, Vaasa, Helsinki, Finland
  • Action, Grootebroek, The Netherlands
  • My Library, Sutera Mall, Skudai, Johor, Malaysia
  • Fairprice Bukit Merah, Singapore

See also

External links

List of elevator and escalator companies

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