inclined lift

inclined lift

A powered passenger elevator, installed on a stairway; used to raise or lower a person from one floor to another.
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Check inclined lift - Stair people stopping accuracy, the control apparatus regularity replace worn small maintenance required details.
The project also includes an inclined lift and a new narrow gauge railway, incorporating an underground clay mine.
Inside, an inclined lift - a real technical curiosity, this - whisks you up to an outdoor viewing gallery around the hugely impressive 318ft-high green dome.
Visitors will travel underground by boat and rise to the surface by an inclined lift.
The inclined lift cars will be able to carry 27 people (without bikes) at a time, with an estimated capacity of carrying 1,000 pedestrians or 240 cyclists with their bikes every hour.
Visitors will travel underground by boat and walk through the caverns before rising to the surface by an inclined lift to Wren's Nest National Nature Reserve.
Contract notice: design, provision and installation of an outdoor mechanical link / inclined lift (including associated civil engineering infrastructure works).
The Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority approved the works which will include the replacement of two of the four escalators with an inclined lift.
The Tyne and Wear Integrated Transport Authority gave the green light for works which will include the replacement of two of the four escalators with an inclined lift.
9m refurbishment includes the replacement of two of the original four escalators with inclined lifts and the replacement of the tunnel's ageing mechanical and electrical systems.
Some stairway inclined lifts fold up, to open up the stairway for people who will not be using the lift.
Two inclined lifts exist between the upper and lower mezzanine levels, each with capacity for five wheelchairs or 15 standing passengers.