Welcome to Scribd, the world's digital library. Read, publish, and share books and documents. See more
Download
Standard view
Full view
of .
Save to My Library
Look up keyword or section
Like this
57Activity

Table Of Contents

0 of .
Results for:
No results containing your search query
P. 1
Elevators and Escalators Design Guideline Release 2.8

Elevators and Escalators Design Guideline Release 2.8

Ratings: (0)|Views: 7,843 |Likes:
Published by George Tsagos
Elevators & Escalators Design Guideline
Elevators & Escalators Design Guideline

More info:

Published by: George Tsagos on Oct 27, 2011
Copyright:Traditional Copyright: All rights reserved

Availability:

Read on Scribd mobile: iPhone, iPad and Android.
download as PDF or read online from Scribd
See more
See less

08/21/2013

pdf

 
 
Elevator &Escalator DesignGuideline
 
Release 2.8
 
 
 Preface
This booklet is prepared as reference material to support your building planning usingKONE elevators, escalators and moving walks. It consists of description of theoperation systems, the relationship between the capacity and the floor area and thelayout of our elevators, escalators and moving walks designed for Europe.The dimensions in each layout rely on KONE standard specifications and applicablecodes and regulations.Please ensure you contact KONE Hellas
1
in the event that you need the dimensionsfor non standard specifications and / or special codes or regulations other thanspecified in this booklet.You are strongly recommended to consult our Sales Department in KONE Hellasbefore finalizing the dimensions.
1
 
KONE SAN. Plastira 3144 52 MetamorfosiAthensTel. 210-5793000Fax 210-5786747
 Contact persons of 
Sales Department KONE SA
 
George Tsagodimitropoulos – Sales Manager
 T. 210-5793160, e-mail:george.tsagodimitropoulos@kone.com 
Dimitrios Roussos – Sales Engineer
T. 210-5793142, e-maildimitrios.roussos@kone.com 
Nikos Pilarinos – Sales Engineer
T. 210-5793143, e-mail:nikolaos.pilarinos@kone.com 
 
 
Table of contents Introduction...................................................................................................................1
 
Planning made easy with KONE optimized solutions
................................................1
 How to use this Planning Guide
................................................................................2
Traffic analysis..............................................................................................................3
 
Passenger traffic in a building
...................................................................................3
 Building considerations
.............................................................................................3
 Basic planning parameters
........................................................................................4
Speed selection
...........................................................................................................4
Selection of elevator group
........................................................................................4
Office buildings
..........................................................................................................5
 Hotels
.........................................................................................................................6
 Hospitals
....................................................................................................................6
Public Transportation buildings
................................................................................7
 Residential buildings
..................................................................................................7
Planning recommendations
.......................................................................................8
 Elevator grouping
......................................................................................................9
Quick Reference..........................................................................................................10
 
 Elevators
..................................................................................................................10
 Escalators - Moving walks
.......................................................................................11
 EN81-1: 1998 Standard – Electric lifts......................................................................12
 
Walls, floor and ceiling of the well
..........................................................................12
Protection of any spaces located below the car, the counterweight or the balancingweight 
.......................................................................................................................12
Protection in the well
...............................................................................................12
 Available car area, rated load, number of passengers
............................................13
Traction evaluation (Annex M)
................................................................................14
 Evaluation of safety factor for suspension ropes (Annex N)
....................................16
 EN81-70: 2001 Standard – Accessibility to lifts for persons including persons with disability.......................................................................................................................20
 
Class I, II and III lifts – Car dimensions & entrances width
...................................20
Stopping and leveling accuracy
...............................................................................20
 EN81-71: 2005 Standard – Vandal resistant lifts......................................................21
 
Scope of EN81-71
....................................................................................................21
 Definitions
................................................................................................................21
Guidance to the purchaser / designer (Annex A)
.....................................................21
 Additional advice for building designers (Annex D)
...............................................24
Typical items that may be used by vandals (Annex E)
.............................................25
 EN81-72: 2001 Standard – Firefighters lifts.............................................................27 
 
Scope of EN81-72
....................................................................................................27
 Environmental building requirements
.....................................................................27
Fundamental firefighter elevator requirements
.......................................................27
Safety requirements
..................................................................................................27
 Rescue trapped firefighters in the elevator shaft 
.....................................................28
Control systems
........................................................................................................28
Power supply
............................................................................................................28

Activity (57)

You've already reviewed this. Edit your review.
1 hundred reads
1 thousand reads
249898 liked this
Andrew Maverick liked this
prevrtljivac liked this
Magdy Bakry liked this
Peidson Adolfo liked this

You're Reading a Free Preview

Download
/*********** DO NOT ALTER ANYTHING BELOW THIS LINE ! ************/ var s_code=s.t();if(s_code)document.write(s_code)//-->