About Us

We’re leading Home Elevators groups in India.
Elite Elevators

Elite Elevators

Elite Elevators is the channel partner of Thyssenkrupp Access in India located in Chennai, we make it our mission to go above and think beyond. We provide our customers with elevator solutions that help make their day-to-day living better. We as a company specialise in the design and installation of safe& customised hydraulic and electric elevators for homes.

Our lifts are exclusively tailor made do not require a pit, machine room or even side wall support. Moreover they operate on single phase power and are completely imported from Italy. Offering a variety of sizes and designs to suit the interior of your house.

Our unique Stair-lift solutions are one of the most popular range of product, considered to be the best retrofitting solution for an existing staircase. Available in variety of colours and style so that you can choose which ever suits you best.

We believe to make home elevator an extended part of your home.

About thyssenkrupp

Thyssenkrupp was one of the first manufactures of chairlifts with the first build around 60 years ago.

We have produced hundereds of thousands of chairlifts in our factory and are continously improving our production process and
striving to meet the highest industry standards.

  • Innovation
  • High-Quality
  • Reliability
  • Safety

Our employees will develop and produce your chairlift with a continuous drive for innovation and Customer Focus. Our state-of-the-art production process includes automatic robot welding for supreme accuracy and stringent quality control to guarantee not only a reliable, comfortable and easy-to-use product but also the perfect match for you and the stairs in your home. We are proud that this commitment has been awarded several times

Thyssenkrupp Headquarter

History of Chairlifts

In the 1920s, C.C. Crispen, a Pennsylvania entrepreneur, created a way to enable his ailing friend to travel from floor to floor. Crispen’s idea was to design a seat that could climb stairs. A self-taught engineer, he built the first prototype of the inclining chair. He called it the Inclin-ator. Prior to this Frederick Muffett of Royal Tunbridge Wells, invented and patented the “An Invalid Chair with Tramway for use on Staircases”.

However, TV historian Doctor David Starkey has in 2009, found evidence in a list of the possessions of King Henry VIII that attributes the first stairlift invented to the monarch. The 30 stone king, injured through jousting, used a chair that was hauled up and down stairs on a block and tackle system by servants at the ancient Whitehall Palace in London.