Spectrum Aquatics Launches New ADA Lift Motion Trek 350


Spectrum Aquatics Launches New ADA Lift Motion Trek 350
New lift provides users with more control and comfort

Spectrum Aquatics has launched a brand new ADA pool lift, the Motion Trek 350 Lift. This new lift has been designed and built with the user in mind. “With the large number of Freedom lifts utilized in the aquatics facilities, we have had the unique opportunity to receive a vast amount of valuable feedback. We have transformed the feedback into specific enhancements and created a new product that is built directly on what we have learned from our customer,” said Nabil Khaled, Spectrum Aquatics Vice President Sales, Marketing and Customer Service.

The Motion Trek 350 offers a slightly slower rotation, which was done to give the user more controlled, and comfortable movement from the deck to water. The improved housing near the base of the lift has been designed to shield the internal components from corrosion. Based on user feedback, the new armrest system stays attached to the lift, but swings (pivots) out of the way below the seat to allow the user to transfer to the lift with ease. To learn more, visit http://www.spectrumproducts.com/product/motion-trek-350.

About Spectrum Aquatics® Spectrum Aquatics is a leader in the aquatics industry and is committed to the development of high-quality competitive swim and commercial aquatics equipment for the past 40 years. The company is headquartered in Missoula, MT and is a division of PlayCore. For more information visit http://www.spectrumaquatics.com.

About PlayCore® PlayCore helps build stronger communities around the world by advancing play through research, programs, and partnerships. The company infuses this learning into their complete family of brands.

The above press release was submitted to Swimming World by our partner Spectrum Aquatics.  For press releases and advertising inquiries please contact advertising@swimmingworld.com.

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