Unlike construction hoists, passenger hoists feature a completely closed cabin; they work with a rack and pinion drive mechanism and transport things and people quickly and safely, at low, medium or great heights. The cabins slide up and down a mast formed by 1.5 m modular trellises, stacked one on top of the other and anchored to the building every 6/9/12 m depending on the model.
They can be anchored either to the scaffolding or directly to the building, cab dimensions can be perfectly adapted to your needs and variable climbing speeds are possible, ranging from 12 to 60 metres per minute, making the lifting of materials and personnel both fast and safe. They are used in both the construction and industrial sector, eliminating the need for construction or crawler cranes. With these machines, two important modern worksite objectives are achieved: increased safety and lower operating costs, speeding up logistical operations, improving competitiveness and ensuring the construction company is up to step with the times.
Square sections are more suitable for single cab construction elevators. The trellis racks on which the pinion works can be either welded or bolted. The cabin is completely closed on the sides and top. Tradespeople using the elevator cannot be struck by moving parts insofar as once installed, the elevator is fitted with an enclosure at the base and gates on the floors at every point of access. The elevator is very quick to assemble and dismantle, operations that must be performed by expert personnel only. Furthermore, this machine lends itself to numerous special applications. Suffice it to think of routine and especially corrective maintenance in wind turbines, or transportation into the depths of the earth in the case of technical miners and whatnot, or even staged shows or the transportation of tourists and visitors to great heights. Needless to say, an endless range of uses; contact us for an obligation-free consultation.
Monumental restorations, historical building renovations, new constructions, refineries, chimney stacks, tanks, dams, wind turbines, and all uses requiring rapid action and safe transportation at height.
Caution, the information below may vary depending on the make and model.