Passenger Elevator Modernize Program I


Fuji Lift systems are typically one of the first building systems tenants or visitors encounter after entering a building. The impression they receive from this initial contact either reinforces and enhances the psychological expectations created by a positive visual lobby experience, or it negates them. Given the importance of elevators to current and prospective tenants, elevator modernization decisions can be an important tool for owners in differentiating their properties from the competition. These decisions involve a number of important issues, relating to tenants, competing properties, and elevator technologies.

Current and projected tenant requirements are an important consideration in any elevator modernization program, as is the elevator technology and condition in competitive properties in the area. Evaluating these factors is the first critical step in planning because it represents a significant capital expenditure for a property. Proper analysis and planning at this stage ensures the proper selection of elevator equipment and in particular, the proper elevator control and drive systems to ensure the long term lease and enhance the property's asset value.

One of the most important decisions at this stage is whether to install one of today's modern destination-selection control systems. These systems offer a host of features, including extremely sophisticated traffic-handling capabilities, direct access to any floor where not all elevators in a given group serve all floors, enhanced tenant security, sophisticated interfaces to building security turnstiles, and directory touch screens in the tenant lobby. In addition, there are transparent added-value features such as discrete VIP service and the ability to improve service for mobility-impaired tenants and visitors. The latter individuals can be directed to a specific elevator when the destination-selection system is combined with security turnstiles in the main building lobby.

The majority of conventional elevator systems around the world use up and down call buttons to summon elevator cars for passengers. This somewhat antiquated system typically results in longer wait periods and inefficient extended travel times for passengers. During peak periods, particularly early mornings, passengers can be seen huddling around elevator doors waiting for the next elevator to arrive. Destination-based elevators, or destination-selection control systems, are changing how we use and modernize vertical transit and are quickly becoming the industry standard when we modernize buildings with three or more elevators, making older buildings more competitive.

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