New Generation Load Sensor

Elevator now offers the most versatile and complete line of load weighing sensors and controls to the elevator industry. Reliable detection of transparent media or materials as small as 0.3 mm Protection against dirt and dust or misadjusted switch limit Microprocessor controlled Repeatable switch point within 0.05 mm • Safe operation of the elevator for passenger and elevator by preventing overloads. • Extended rope and sheave life. • Better and more efficient operation of the elevator with accurate load measurement and communication to the elevator controller.
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A to Z Elevators componants

The electrical elevator: is a permanent lifting equipment serving two or more landing levels, including a car for transportation of passengers and/or goods, running al least partially between rigid guide rails, either vertical or inclined to the vertical by less than 15°. And to list the different components of the elevators, we must note the following: all elevators are not built the same. Elevator features and operation may vary from one elevator to another. So, I will show the basic components for a standard type of elevators which included in all types of traction elevators. Standard Elevator Types: The standard elevator is classified according to the rated load to the following types: Type (I): starting from 320 Kg up to 800 Kg rated load. Type (II): more than 800 Kg up to 1600 Kg rated load.
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Perfect for Businesses & Portfolios

After years of refinement, we've developed an elevator pitch template that will help you define your business in terms investors want to hear. In fact, some who have used this template have reported that suddenly they figured out why 'nobody was hearing me.' Follow this template and you'll be heard! The introduction of any business plan should start with a written version of your elevator pitch. The term “elevator pitch” refers to your answer to the hypothetical question, “If you found yourself in an elevator with a wealthy investor who might have an interest in your company, what would you say about your company in the time it takes the elevator to go from the top floor to the lobby?”
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