The Single Rail Railglider

The single rail Railglider by Railius is the perfect product to access your property by offering both a change of grade and turnability. 


The rail in which the product travels fits discreetly into the landscape of the property whilst being extremely strong and stable thus ensuring a smooth journey between landings. Offering an unlimited length of travel with no restriction on ascent angle, the single rail solution will fit almost all scenarios.  

Single Rail Applications


Looking at the lift from above, the inline application is the most common. In most cases, a straight line can be found between multiple stations.

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Also known as a Zig-Zag application, the double curve gives complete flexibility to the use of the Railglider. Dodging trees, fences and buildings, the Double Curve Application proves exactly how flexible the Single Rail Railglider is.

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The 'O' application stands for 'Overt' as this application is very common when accessing boatsheds or the water from uphill. The smooth transition sees access to the lowest level feel seamless.

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We know the Railglider has almost endless application potential. Is there a project that you have in mind and the application is not listed here? If so, get in touch and we are sure we can help you access your unique lifestyle.

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A single curve application is often used when there is an immovable object such as a large tree or perimeter fence in the way between stations.

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The Straight Inline application is the simplest especially when no curves are involved. Travelling faster and smother than any product on the market, the Straight Inline application of the Railglider is the best way to access your lifestyle.

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Combining the Invert and Overt Applications of the Railglider, the Double Bend application sees the car stay level as the rail hugs the landscape. 

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