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On-car remote amplifiers deliver seamless coverage in moving elevators.
What happens when eight college offensive linemen cram into one elevator, testing the 2,500 pound weight limit?
Before and after the hurricane tips from KONE, along with an article on regular maintenance for elevator and escalator safety
A significant building feature has been omitted from this problem plagued Spanish structure, scheduled to open shortly.
Visitors and employees in healthcare facilities often wait for elevators only to see that a patient bed is occupying the space. Bedbound patients need something else too — privacy.
These elevators do not require a separate equipment room and occupy less space than other types of elevators.
Schindler Elevator offers the following tips to consider when preparing for weather related events.
One way to minimize vandalism is to make sure elevators are operating efficiently. A defective relay or a damaged door track can slow performance and create long wait times. More tips are available.
Maintaining a “smooth ride” for building occupants keeps image, performance, and safety in check.
This past week, there were two interesting elevator related news items. The first was a piece examining elevator rider body posture. The second explained the safest way to survive a free fall in an elevator.