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multiLift2 Pool Lift

Product Description

The multiLift2 (ML2) is a flange mounted, ADA compliant pool lift that brings increased performance and flexibility to our best selling flange mount series. The updated structural design adds field reversible seating and improvements in deck to water level capacity and setback ranges making it even more versatile on a variety of pool decks. The multiLift2 is the first pool lift from S.R.Smith to be available in three colors to complement different pool decks.

Key Features

  • Third-party tested and verified ADA compliant swimming pool lift
  • Rotomolded seat and footrest
  • Field reversible seat with integrated armrests
  • Retrofit anchor jig is standard
  • LiftOperator® Intelligent Controller
  • State of California CEC Compliant

Specifications: Lifting Capacity: 350 lb/159kg. Powered by a 24-volt rechargeable battery. Powder-coated stainless steel and aluminum.

Part Number(s): 580-0000 (Gray Mist), 580-0000-ST (Slate), 580-0000-TP (Taupe); Without Anchor: 580-0000N (Gray Mist), 580-0000N-ST (Slate), 580-0000N-TP (Taupe)

Shipping Dimensions:

Please refer to data sheet below in resources


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ADA Compliant

Independently tested and verified by a third-party to be compliant with the 1009.2 Pool Lifts of the ADA Guidelines.


  • Q:

    What is the difference between a "portable" lift and a "fixed" lift?

    The real issue is not whether a lift is "portable" versus "fixed," but rather whether a lift is "fixed" versus "non-fixed." A fixed lift means that the lift is attached to the pool deck or apron in some way. A non-fixed lift means that it is not attached in any way. Therefore, a portable lift that is attached to the pool deck would be considered a fixed lift. Thus, owners of portable lifts can fully comply with the access requirements by affixing their lifts to the pool deck or apron.

  • Q:

    What is the Department of Justice's approach to ensure compliance with the ADA regulation pertaining to pool lifts?

    As a general matter, the Department favors voluntary compliance with the ADA from covered entities. The Department seeks collaborative approaches. To achieve these objectives, the Department has a robust outreach and technical assistance program designed to assist businesses and State and local governments to understand their obligations under the ADA.

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