How to choose a passenger elevator

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First, determine the location of the building, secondly determine the flow of people, thirdly consider the waiting time, and fourthly determine the elevator speed and load capacity.

1. The high-end elevator selection requirement is to drive straight to the top floor within 30 seconds; mid-to-high-end buildings drive straight to the top floor within 40 seconds; mid-range buildings drive straight to the top floor within 45 seconds. According to this calculation, you can select the speed by dividing the height of your building by the speed.

The second is the determination of the flow of people. Generally speaking, office buildings have a lot of traffic, so elevators need to be considered from the group control. 2. To meet the needs from the comprehensive consideration of the number and speed of the elevators; the hotel generally uses the combination of parallel and group control, so the hotel room should also be considered Quantity and star standards. Generally, two units in parallel for middle and low floors below three-star level basically meet the needs.

Since office buildings and hotels are operational in nature, it is necessary to consider the choice of elevator products in terms of energy saving and safety.

3. Since passenger elevators are not comparable to residential elevators, the decoration must be required. Generally, the car adopts hairline stainless steel or mirror stainless steel and other decorations, and the 1.2m below can also be decorated differently from the above. Generally, the first floor standard of landing doors is hairline stainless steel, so the first floor of the passenger elevator should be changed to match the car decoration. The general use of large door sets on the first floor of passenger elevators is the choice of most customers.

4. In terms of safety, it is necessary to consider whether it meets the requirements of two-way safety, followed by the buffer form, and the third is how to first aid after a power failure.