Best practices -- Modified door-thresholds
Health care industry
Modified door thresholds allow easy, direct access to adjoining rooms
To eliminate the need for transferring residents to an additional lift and to better use the existing ceiling-mounted lift system, door thresholds were modified to allow the lift's tracks to access adjoining rooms.
Door thresholds were modified to allow a ceiling-mounted lift system to easily access other rooms.
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