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  • The quietest cable drum home elevator in the industry
  • Patented, space-saving monorail guiding system
  • Can be used for in-shaft and no-shaft elevators
  • For use with all four Inclinator cab styles
  • Drive system housed in machine room
  • 1,000 lb. (453 kg) capacity with up to 18 sq. ft. (1.67 sq. meters) cab size — where allowed by code
  • 500 lb. (226 kg) capacity with up to 15 sq. ft. (1.39 sq. meters) cab size — where allowed by code
  • Up to 40 ft. (12.19 meters) per minute travel speed
  • Travel up to 50 ft. (15.24 meters)
  • Can accommodate up to 6 landings
  • Emergency battery lowering
  • Durable and reliable relay logic controller
  • Cab gate & door safety devices
  • Two Type A safety devices
  • Overrun switch
  • Slack cable mainline disconnect
  • Standard 2-year warranty

Elevette® Hydraulic

  • Patented HydraRide system delivers a smooth ride and quiet operation
  • Patented, space-saving monorail guiding system
  • For in-shaft elevators only
  • For use with all four Inclinator cab styles
  • Drive system housed in machine room
  • 950 lb. (430 kg) capacity with up to 18 sq. ft. (1.67 sq. meters) cab size — where allowed by code
  • Up to 40 ft. (12.19 meters) per minute travel speed
  • Travel up to 50 ft. (15.24 meters)
  • Can accommodate up to 6 landings
  • Emergency battery lowering standard
  • Pre-wire package available
  • Aluminum corrosion-resistant lightweight tank
  • Power unit requires much less hydraulic fluid than other brands
  • Durable and reliable relay logic controller
  • Cab gate & door safety devices
  • Two Type A safety devices
  • Overrun switch
  • Standard 3-year warranty

Elevette® MRL Geared

  • Machine roomless (MRL) drive system housed entirely in the shaftway using an efficient counterweight system with a geared motor
  • Heavy-duty double rail chassis
  • For in-shaft elevators only
  • For use with all four Inclinator cab styles
  • 950 lb. (430 kg) capacity with up to 18 sq. ft. (1.67 sq. meters) cab size — where allowed by code
  • Up to 40 ft. (12.19 meters) per minute travel speed
  • Travel up to 50 ft. (15.24 meters)
  • Can accommodate up to 6 landings
  • Featuring energy-efficient counterweight technology
  • Emergency battery lowering
  • Pre-wire package standard
  • Homing device standard
  • Emergency light and bell standard
  • Auto car light standard
  • Floor indicator in cab operating panel
  • Microprocessor-based controller
  • Self-diagnostic
  • Cab gate & door safety devices
  • Two Type A safety devices
  • Overrun switch
  • Standard 2-year warranty

  • Perpetual Energy Wasting Machine

    Perpetual Energy Wasting Machine

  • Many elevators feature a "fire service mode" which enables firefighters to use them in order to rescue people who may be trapped on upper floors. This article explains the operation of this mode.

    Steps

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    1
    Know that fire service mode can be activated automatically (whenever smoke is detected within the building) or manually (using a key switch located on the ground floor).
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    2
    Understand that when fire service mode is activated, each elevator will automatically return to the ground floor. If smoke has been detected on the ground floor, the elevators will return to an alternate floor. Once the elevators have arrived at the recall floor, the doors will open.
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    3
    At this point, the elevators will remain inoperable. In order to use them, you must set the fire service key switch (located in each elevator) to one of the following positions:
    • On: Permits usage of the elevator in fire service mode
    • Bypass: Returns the elevator to normal operation
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    4
    You may now select a floor (or group of floors) to go to. Pressing the "Call Cancel" button will clear your selection(s).
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    5
    The elevator will not leave the floor until the "Door Close" button is held down. You must hold this button until the doors are fully closed; otherwise, they will reopen.
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    6
    The elevator will travel to the desired floor. When it stops, the doors will remain closed. This is a safety feature. You must hold the "Door Open" button until the doors are fully open. If smoke or flames enter the elevator, release the button immediately. The doors will close.
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    7
    If you wish to leave the elevator, set the fire service key switch to "Hold" and remove the key. This prevents others from using the elevator. To continue using fire service mode, reinsert the key and turn it to "On".
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    8
    To return to the recall floor, set the fire service key switch to "Off".
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    9
    The elevators will continue to remain inoperable. To return them to normal operation, turn the fire recall switch (located in the hallway) to "Reset".
      • It should be noted that each elevator manufacturer uses their own fire service key. That's why you often see a Knox- box for firefighters to obtain the proper key for a building's specific model elevator. For example, a Dover (Thyssen-Krupp) elevator uses a different key than an Otis.

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