Escalator Factory Fuji Aims to Improve the Safety of Elevator

Author:FUJIHD Elevator Co.,Ltd. PUblish Time: 18-05-29

Although the other part is the introduction of various types of elevators in various countries where technology is produced or imported, most of the use units cannot obtain spare parts for the same type of imported elevators. When a failure occurs, it will require a large amount of funds to repair or purchase. Supporting components and components will eventually make the elevator run in a sick state, and there are safety and fault hidden troubles. For example, two British ladders in a building in Guangzhou were deactivated due to component damage, and one was running sick.

In addition to the accidents in the work of installation and maintenance personnel, the types of accidents that occur with elevators are basically the three types: (1) The passengers are injured or killed by the elevators when they are pushed or dropped (have few) (2) Accidents of falling wells; (3) Accidents caused by door-to-door walking and escalators. In a word, these accidents are directly related to the hall door.

The mechanical part of the elevator is relatively stable in quality, but some of them have a long service life. The mechanical wear is serious or there are inherent problems in the design and manufacturing of the mechanism. For example, the old-style elevator door mechanism in China has changed along with various conditions. Different failures seriously affect the use.

For this purpose, we propose to carry out partial or large-scale reconstruction of the elevator on the basis of the original, so that it can be used safely and reliably, reduce the failure rate, and make the upgraded elevator reach the current technical level, so that it can do more with less.

Elevators and escalators are among the safest modes of travel. The professional Escalator Factory - is actively involved in the development of codes and standards that aim to further improve the safety of the equipment. We also promote safety through our participation in industry trade associations, and offer additional safety devices that exceed the minimum requirements.