elevator car


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elevator car

The load-carrying unit of an elevator, including its platform, car frame, enclosure, and door or gate.
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In that way the user can download control programs and can control of movement of the elevator car.
Applying Marimekko designs to elevator cars will turn the ride into an experience that can be continued in other interior designs of the building.
In a building as tall as the Sears Tower, the wire "ropes" that support elevator cars stretch 10 feet or more over a period of years.
As each updated elevator car is integrated into the Destination Interface system, the additional performance benefits will accrue throughout the modernization, resulting in improvements in traffic handling, energy savings and personalization never before possible.
For example, a pick would pretend to have a foot caught in the gap between an elevator car entrance and the floor to create a diversion and draw in victims.
The KONE RL20 elevator car ceiling light and the KSP 858 touch screen destination control unit both won iF Design Awards in 2014.
The system then assigns an elevator car that conforms to their needs - including handicapped, VIP or limited-access passengers - and takes them to their destination even more efficiently, allowing or limiting access to various floors depending on building requirements.
The 10 workers were killed when an elevator car carrying them fell from the 32nd floor of the building they were working on, crashing to the ground floor.
The Gen2 system has unique patented flat, polyurethane-coated steel belts to hoist the elevator car.
There will be an elevator car in the building that can directly access all Melon floors.
Dynapar supplies Otis Elevator with encoders that help elevator control systems know the exact position of the elevator car.
Yet, some deputies proved to be courageous heroes, such as the deputies who faced a fiery cell to save an inmate and another who had to make the decision whether or not to risk his life to rescue the inmate who lay helpless in the bottom of the elevator shaft, all the while the elevator car dangling overhead two stories above.