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13 May 2010 LIFTEX 2010 Expo.html. website wwwl. June 2008 / 432 PAGES 110. LIFTEX 2010 Expo. Luzern Congress Centre.com as announced by various publications. Chicago. Contact organizer at phone: (49) 1805-860700-0.18 June 18 2009 Elevator U Conference. Detailed information about the events are published on the following website: .elevcon. Lucerne.29 May 2009 Lift Russia Expo. fax: (49) 1805-60700-500 or website: www.com "The International Association of Elevator Engineers" . Lift Russia Expo.Calendar of Events Elevator U Conference. e-mail: aklift@vniitemr. U. London.interlift. Switzerland. Contact IAEE at fax: 49 6925 577350 and 44 870-1300790 or e-mail: and . Germany. Messezentrum. Russia. Contact organizer at phone: (7) 495-461-1111. Spain. Contact Terri Emmons at e-mail: email@example.com Euro [mail included] 110. Sponsor: The Lift and Escalator Industry Association (LEIA). 13 Octpber 2009 .edu or website: . fax: (7) 495-4639763. University of Illinois. You also will find information about local events on this website. Contact Bob Hudson at phone: (44) 01732 886716 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. More books available on www.19 June 2009 Ele-España Conference and Expo. Contact IAEE Contact IAEE .com Tel: + 44 1268 711560 Fax: + 44 1268 711567 Email: iaee@elevcon. 12 May 2010 .com Interlift Augsburg 2009. (E) Ele-España Conference and Expo. Fira Barcelona Hall 1. June 2006 / 400 PAGES ELEVATOR TECHNOLOGY 17 Proceedings of ELEVCON THESSALONIKI 2008. 17 June 2009 .elevcon.elevcon. ExCel Exhibition Centre. 16 June 2009. City Center.ru/eng/index.de.umich.K.4 June 2010 Elevcon Lucerne 2010. IAEE Publications available IAEE Publications available ELEVATOR TECHNOLOGY 16 Proceedings of ELEVCON HELSINKI 2006. Sponsor: The International Association of Elevator Engineers (IAEE).com Tel: + 44 1268 711560 Fax: + 44 1268 711567 Email: email@example.com. Moscow.liftexpo. Augsburg. (E) Elevcon Lucerne 2010. We suggest checking each event prior to action. 2 June 2010 . Sponsor: International Association of Elevator Engineers. IL.ru or website: www. Sponsor: AFAG Messen und Ausstellungen. Contact organizer fax 49 6925 577350 and 44 870-1300790 e-mail: or at website: www.uk. All-Russian Exhibition Center.16 October 2009 Interlift Augsburg 2009.00 Euro [mail included] More books available on www. 27 May 2009 .com "The International Association of Elevator Engineers" . Barcelona.
John Inglis. Already monitoring technology and automatic comparative analysis are deeply imbedded into our industry. to demonstrate whether or not past inspection criteria for existing lifts was working or not. and through the examples given in the workshop of where existing installations are still reliant on regular experienced inspection.John Inglis. Australia. was also experienced when machine room asbestos had been sprayed with a hard sealant and subsequently deposited a hard clear film on the guide rails. institutions and development of human society.. Our codes and standards reflect the experience of our past. To help us. Maybe to question if it is even still relevant today! The first response tested us in suggesting "Sociological Sustainability" also needs to be included in any reflective consideration of inspection criteria of existing lifts. and its exciting. An expression of concern was in the 'corporatisation of safe practice'. is being redefined through the addition of a multitude of additional "safe" processes and guards that in essence obstruct access to equipment for efficient and functional maintenance. . President IAEE. and are interpreted to reflect their intent. Phew. and to reflect on how our past visions evolved into the present inspection criteria for existing lifts. Reporter: Bob Johnston. and not just an interpretation of the words. hopefully reinforcing the need to discuss and reflect. as an elder statesman in our industry.ELEVCON ASIA 2005 . new means will always challenge our past experience. and to consider what lessons if any we have learned from them. For those a little taken aback like me. where the future is so evident in the streets and through our experiences. especially the study of the origins of organisations. and challenged us to consider and express our own experiences. From the presentation of a broad range of exciting papers. where a record of a fascinating human history provides a clear comparison on which to step forward. Maybe he felt we need to remember the importance of inspection in our past experience to ensure we continue to retain the safe design standards and codes existing up to now in this industry. The workshop only sowed the seeds. so that we don't have to re-learn what we have already experienced in the past. our inspections where carried out by industry experienced persons ensure this record of our experience can continually be assessed against the moment. and maybe through the window on our future demonstrated over this conference. we can evolve a relevant inspection process. we too have glimpsed an exciting future through this international lift industry conference. and detailing of a reduction to safe operation of a lift after satisfactory inspection. Bob Johnston. And so we near the end of this wonderful experience in this fascinating environment of Beijing. Change is our future. resulting in a few less 'stunned mullet' expression's. But similar to the Beijing experience. and this was just the beginning! "Proof testing of equipment after repair is being overlooked" was another suggestion. New Zealand. new ways. to ensure we don't forget to consider them in our future. The result was 'great slide' when the safety gear was later tested.CHINA Beijing 9th June 2005 Report from Workshop Inspection Criteria for Existing Lifts Convenor . but was more robust and filled the air during the session break. Sociology is the study of human social behavior. reliant on the knowledge and skill of service and installation personnel. where what was once known as safe practice in a dangerous environment. is this the accountable tool that will substitute inspection as we know it today. He raised the question. Lifteye Consultancy. Albert So questioned the undesirable practice he had experienced where lift equipment after being exposed to water was being put back into service without repair. Thanks John for the inspiration of this workshop. "should there be a code requirement that any lift component exposed to water be replaced?" As usual the discussion was limited to a few stalwarts during the session. has chosen a subject that asks us to pause for a moment from looking forward. let's see what evolves in the future on all the seeds that have been sown. "no it wasn't me who raised it". John guided us through each functional component of the lift installation.
WITTUR GmbH. 25).FINELINE EXTRAORDINARY COMPACT DOOR SYSTEM Compact Clever FINELINE is a door system which creates a new benchmark. www. Austria on ELEVCON Greece 2008. The saved space can avoid that the passenger capacity is limited in case of door upgrade. Where up to now it was only possible to place a car door now a landing door can be placed in addition on the same space. The extremely small package depth of 115mm needs just half of the space of conventional door systems. Find deeper information in EleBook "Elevator Technology 17 Thessalonica". With the 4-panel asymmetric FINELINE new solutions are provided.WITTUR. EN81-70 and safety risks acc. The FINELINE fulfils the requirements for handicapped people acc. 3-panel door systems which have been used typically for this application have a very extensive door package. A special 4-panel asymmetric door offers best space utilization for elevators with the counterweight next to the car.com .only 115 mm Variable in case of upgrading existing elevators Up to one more person in car Fullfilles the requierements for disabeld person Increase of safety and comfort Subject to change without notice ! / Änderungen vorbehalten ! The lecture "Access to Elevators According Actual Code and Market Demands" was hold by Klaus Schaufler. This compact door system offers to reach the requirements with regards to codes. EXCELLENCE IN COMPONENTS Best space utilisation Extrem narrow total package . EN81-80 SNEL (Risk 40. comfort and handicapped people not only in new installation but also at existing elevators and buildings.
1: Impact of the rope diameter (SF) and sheave diameter to rope diameter ratio (D/d) on bending performance If one rope of a rope set is bearing a significantly higher load than the other ropes. and this is becoming an increasingly complex challenge as the ever more pressing need to guarantee top quality lift installations with minimal wear and excellent ride comfort is placing ever greater importance on the right rope tension. Driven by demand for lift systems with an ever smaller space requirement and growing cost pressure. adjusting each rope of the set to an optimum tension calculated by the software. suspension ropes must of necessity become thinner. 3: The setting software of stationary load measuring system AE12 provides a rope tension value (red limiting line on the red bar) which has to be set by the user. This means that each rope only has to be handled once by the installer.. as do multiple rope deflection points. A lower traction sheave diameter to rope diameter ratio (D/d) additionally reduces the bending performance. The trend towards suspension ropes with ever decreasing rope diameters and increasing diversity of suspension conditions in lift systems continues unabated. or in other words the suspension ratio has to be increased. within just a few minutes. The human brain is only capable of taking an iterative approach to solving the problem.3 & Fig. drive systems are becoming smaller and more compact. setting a rope set of just four or six ropes is relatively complex and time consuming. Rope research has shown that the bending performance of ropes diminishes steadily in line with their diameter. The ideally adjusted rope set is achieved by a gradual process of trial and error in which the tension of each rope is repeatedly increased or reduced in small increments (often several times). impressions and wear are inevitable. 1. even if it is possible to measure the tension of each individual rope using a measuring device. Because modifying the tension of one rope will directly affect the rope tension in another rope of the set. effective and consequently cost-effective performance of this adjustment process. 2: Mobile rope load measuring system MSM12 and rope load sensor LSM1 from the WeightWatcher measurement system Henning GmbH was the first supplier to the lift market to offer scope for the precise. in some cases even necessitating premature wear-related exchange of traction sheaves. the it is evident that this rope will be subject to faster wear. this involves an enormous amount of time. . the number of ropes. the overall load must be distributed in such rope sets as evenly as possible. 4). Bending performance in millions Fig. As illustrated in Fig. In order to guarantee adequate rope safety and high duty load. Fig. New installations with 12 or even 14 suspension ropes and extreme reducing suspension ratios have now become an established feature of the lift market.. To ensure the right traction sheave diameter to rope diameter (D/d) ratio. Unless specially hardened traction sheaves and deflection rollers are used with this type of wire. ropes with a small diameter are destined for a shorter service life from the start. Even for rope sets comprising around half a dozen ropes. A software solution guides the installer step by step through the rope adjustment process (Fig. while at the same time potentially causing enormous damage to the traction sheave and deflection roller: The service life of the rope set is substantially further reduced. Added to this is the fact that high-strength wires can be used in thin ropes in order to achieve a good loading capacity. and when doubling the number of ropes per set. against a background of rising motor speeds and sinking torque levels.. Because of the generally low torque levels they entail. In order not to shorten it still further. high motor speeds call for traction sheaves with a relatively small diameter. Anyone who has ever attempted to adjust a rope set will appreciate the difficulties it can entail. even sets comprising 12 ropes. the time required does not just double but actually rises at an exponential rate. documentable. permitting complete adjustment of the whole rope set. Fig.Even rope set load distribution Tim Ebeling Finding just the right setting for suspension ropes has never been the easiest of tasks.
4). with the aid of a software-assisted adjustment aid (similar to Fig. service life and maintenance costs provides an important basis for lift system evaluation both for contractor and client. component supplier or surveyor. In each of the sections of rope limited by deflection points (A1 A6) different load distribution can prevail in the rope set. In this case. the rope adjustment process is complete without any of the ropes having to be adjusted more than once. As indicated at the outset. whether in the capacity of a maintenance or servicing company. low-cost adjustment of ropes under optimum conditions or where lift cars are suspended directly. This rope set adjustment requires regular checking.3 & Fig. the archiving and documentation of measurement data are naturally of extreme importance. so effectively preventing premature wear. this type of rope set adjustment process is particularly important in systems with small rope diameters. Once the user has arrived at the last rope of the set. different load distributions prevail in the rope set. an adjustment aid such as the one described above or others available in the market only permits effective. an installer. The signals supplied by load sensors in each rope of the set are continuously recorded by a cable or radio link during the entire travel time of the lift and visualized in a diagram.Fig. added difficulties arise: If the axles of the traction sheave and deflection rollers are not aligned in precisely parallel formation. In lift systems involving multiple rope deflection of the type often used in systems with small rope diameters. this is visually confirmed (green bar) and the user is guided to the next rope and its target value. in time. and instead ensuring the greatest sustainable and harmonious possible load distribution within the set. depending on the present vertical rise of the car and which of the rope sections limited by deflections is currently under observation. which can also change depending on the current position of the car in the shaft. Fig. and can be used by the software to calculate the above-mentioned ideal load distribution. A lift system entailing different possible load distributions in the rope set does not have a load distribution which can be considered ideal or which can be ideally adjusted. However. The system permitted improvement of the maximum deviation between the ropes from 17% to just 1%. If it is known how the total load is distributed across the individual ropes when travelling the entire vertical rise of the total load depending on the current position of the car. This applies both to old systems and in particular to new ones in which ropes have yet to be fully run in. no matter whether this is derived from pure monitoring measurement processes or when adjusting the load distribution in the rope set. where tolerances exist in the groove profiles and/or deflection angles are present. operator. then the optimum individual rope adjustment can be calculated to prevent individual ropes from bearing an excessive share of the load at certain points Fig. a 12-rope set is in use. This can then be set immediately at the system by the user. By integrating the load measurement system WeightWatcher in the lift diagnostic software suite LiftPC mobile diagnosis. This ensures that all shifts in the load distribution are recorded. 4: As soon as the user has set the prescribed rope tension. 6: Example of a setting report from the mobile rope load measurement system WeightWatcher. Traceability and quality assurance as defined by DIN EN ISO 9001 for such an important criterion as correct / optimum rope adjustment in determining wear. as the load distribution within the rope set can easily change over time. . However. there is a method of ensuring that distribution is adjusted to the optimum possible. For users. Henning GmbH permits this type of measurement to be performed over the entire vertical rise of the car. 5: Diagram of a lift system with 2:1 roping ratio.
www. acceleration and speed Subject to change without notice ! / Änderungen vorbehalten ! The lecture "Use of Electronic Systems for Safety Components in Elevators" was hold by Markus Erndl. The smart safety EOS is a big step for a absolut safe travel and will now eliminate several disadvantages of the mechanic principles. A contact-free.38 m/s 6 / 6.42 – 4.30 – 3.com . The EOS safety relevant functions are built up redundantly and are self checked periodically. WITTUR GmbH. Range of use Downwards or both directions 0.WITTUR. EOS complies to the requirements of PESSRAL. Find deeper information in EleBook "Elevator Technology 17 Thessalonica". Austria on ELEVCON Greece 2008.EOS ELECTRONIC OVERSPEED GOVERNOR Smooth Smart The patented EOS is based on a combination of forward-looking electronic speed measurement with proven mechanic brake mechanism. It is a ideal solution for MRL lifts cause of continuous compact outline dimensions for whole speed range.50 m/s 0. electronic speed measuring ensures low noise and maximum accuracy.5 / 8 mm 120 m 800 N Parameter Direction for mechanic intervention: Rated Speed: Tripping Speed: Rope diameter: Maximum travel height: Minimum pull -through Force on rope: EXCELLENCE IN COMPONENTS Compact The external dimensions remain the same throughout the range Smooth All data easy accessible Anti creep-mode Anti creep monitoring with immediate breaking against uncontrolled car movement Self-monitored Permanent self-monitored by twice channel safety electronics Accurate Precise monitoring of the position. which is the leading directive for use of electronic safety systems in elevators.
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The Peelle Company. Workshops should discuss topics that involve the audience rather than being mini-sessions.com 2-4 June 2010 www. Baldwin Supply. CJ Anderson. Once your abstract is accepted. Although CED is the distributor for these suppliers. it was established in 1958 and is privately held. CED plans to continue this tradition for years to come. We should receive your abstract /proposal for workshops no later than 1 October 2009. phone and fax numbers.com By Michael Ryan. 3M. Proceedings of Elevcon 2010. The exhibitors included. The official language of Elevcon 2010 will be English and will be used in all presentations and printed material. The Peelle Company This May 16th CED Long Beach held its 5th bi-annual Trade Fair and Open House. Stencil Cutting. classification of the topic. Adams Elevator. the one-on-one time between the CED customer and supplier offers an opportunity for manufacturer and end user to meet and discuss product. The abstract of an original paper on all topics relevant to vertical transportation technologies should be no longer than 100 words. Texacone. CED is an Elevator Parts and Wire distributor located in Southern California. Norman Lamps. The show has grown over the years.ELEVCON 2010 Lucerne. Messilot Wire & Rope. with 10 words title. Sprecher & Schuh. its our pleasure to make this opportunity available to the local elevator community. Thomas & Betts. Quality Elevator Products. company. Send your proposals to: Ami Lustig. CED Manager. said Dutton.elevcon. ERM. Ideal. Victaulic and Wurtec. The written papers will be included in the book Elevator Technology 18. CED hosted an appreciation cocktail party and dinner for the trade show exhibitors at Gladstones on the water in Long Beach the evening before. This trade show offers an opportunity for the visitors to meet suppliers if they dont attend national trade events. address. James Monroe Wire & Cable. Proposals for workshops are welcomed as well. knowledge and opinions with other experts from all over the world by presenting a paper at Elevcon 2010. The dinner is casual and gives the suppliers and CED staff a chance to reacquaint. Surface Shields. authors name(s). May 16th CED Long Beach held its 5th bi-annual Trade Fair . job issues. said Scott Dutton. Approximately 300 people from the Los Angeles area visited 26 exhibitors and were treated to a first class B-B-Q lunch. etc. Morrison Products. email. guidelines for paper preparation and further information will be provided. Switzerland The 18th International Congress on Vertical Transportation Technologies KKL Lucerne Congress Centre Please visit our website for all congress updates Call for Papers We have great pleasure in inviting you to share your experience. Elevcon 2010 Chairman & Program Manager Email: lustig@elevcon.
Even after several million switchings. This means that the danger of functional problems caused by operation and adjustment is avoided. Single circuit brakes on the gearbox-output shaft must frequently have high braking torques. which are extremely wear-resistant and which have a very long service lifetime.de. two brakes working independently of each other ensure a high level of operating safety. opposite the drive sheave.: 08341/8040. the product group offers optimum safety brakes for many drive constellations. also the braking torque. or in order to carry out the regular TÜV (German You can't get quieter than that Technical Inspectorate) inspection. Single circuit brakes alone do not fulfil the standards and directives for elevator construction. On the double brakes. The ROBA-stop®-silenzio® dual circuit brake was originally developed for stage technology. Shoe brakes are often used in such drives. Mayr GmbH + Co KG Eichenstraße 1. also places high demands on devices with reference to minimum operating noises. The compact and enclosed designs allow simple handling and installation. Fax: 08341/804-421 eMail: info@mayr. 87665 Mauerstetten. Elevator brakes are frequently equipped with additional functions such as wear control. release monitoring or remote-controlled hand release. In new condition and dependent on the design. this means: a double rotor design can have a far more compact construction with the same braking torque than a "normal" brake with one rotor. the noise emissions still lie at the same very low level as they were in new condition. This means that the brake perfectly fulfils the demands set by elevator technology. as well as having high safety standards. Tel.000 switchings. This doubles the number of friction surfaces and. Instead of installing one rotor in the brake as usual. http://www. They are generally used as supplements for other safety devices. The permitted outer diameter of the brake is however limited by the constructive design of the gearbox. the noise level lies below 50 dB(A) (sound pressure level measurement).. The ROBA-stop®-silenzio® is mainly maintenance-free. which. it is equipped with two. so that the brake condition can be recognized without a visual inspection. Today. They fulfil the specifications acc.Safety brakes for stage and elevator drives Due to their special noise damping system. the brake has a direct effect on the drive sheave shaft. which have developed out of the original dual circuit design. after 300. the entire construction series covers a braking torque range from 3 to 4. A typical application is on drive units with angular gears. The working air gap is pre-adjusted and does not require re-adjustment. logically. There. Long-term trials have revealed that. It is therefore suitable and also approved acc. With its different designs. With reference to the outer diameter. the ROBA-stop®silenzio® stage and elevator brakes run extremely quietly. Picture 2: The product group ROBA-stop®-silenzio® comprehends dual circuit brakes and single circuit brakes in different designs. The maintenance work is limited to the inspection of the friction linings. this product group comprehends numerous designs. BGV C 1 (previously VBG 70) and EN 81. EN 81-1 as a protective device for upwardmoving elevator cages against excessive speeds. Chr. The ROBA-stop®-silenzio® group comprehends single and double brakes in various designs. Picture 1 The ROBA-stop®silenzio® maintains its very low noise levels even at high switching frequencies and long operation periods.mayr. The "double rotor design" was created for such applications. the noise level still lies well below comparable brake solutions. The additional ROBA-stop®-silenzio® single circuit brake is installed on the gearbox. At present.de . ROBA-stop®-silenzio® brakes are equipped with a special noise damping system. thereby offering optimum safety brakes for many drive constellations.600 Nm with its 12 sizes.
the new lift smoke control system. Kleebauer: When the detectors report fumes in the lift shafts. The integrated acoustic warning device and programmed escape trip ensure high passenger safety. the desmoking flaps open automatically. but also the energy efficiency of the building that is primary. closed external envelope and maximum safety in the event of fire. managing director of the company carrying out the work. explains Michael Kleebauer. not least due to the good cooperation with ThyssenKrupp.000 kW heating energy. About two-and-a-half years after the foundations were laid in May 2006. However. picture: D+H_SV_Montage RAS (D+H) The D+H team only needed two days per lift shaft to install the LSC system. the new building will set standards in safety and energetic respects as well as architecturally: all ten lift shafts will be subject to controlled ventilation with Lift Smoke Control (LSC) and will be safely desmoked in the event of fire. ten lifts take care of good accessibility. D+H Falkenstein needed only two days per lift shaft for the entire LSC installation. picture: D+H_SV_Aufzugsschacht (D+H) View of the completed lift shaft with suction pipe right picture: D+H_SV_Entrauchungsoeffnung ins Freie (D+H) Awaiting final touches: desmoking outlet picture: D+H_SV_Entrauchungsklappe (D+H) The desmoking flaps of the LSC system: only opened in the event of fire . open appearance. As a result of this saving the system amortised itself very quickly and in addition eased the burden on the environment. As soon as fumes occur an alarm is triggered immediately and the electrically operated smoke outlet opening in the shaft head is opened.Main administration Süddeutscher Verlag: Lift shaft desmoking with Lift Smoke Control The exterior of the new main administration of the Süddeutsche Verlag ought to attract attention: the office tower. While lifts are regarded as the safest mass transport medium in the world. At the same time a signal is sent to the lift controls. Hence normally the external envelope remains permanently closed and protected against heat loss. Normally. thanks to a small surface. Among other things. which delivered and installed the lift systems. is a secure investment which pays for itself very quickly. LSC. they can become dangerous traps in the event of fire. this means an annual saving potential for the Süddeutsche Verlag of about 28. The new system. In the case of LSC it is not just the safety aspect.95 m high administration tower. which has been limited to 100 m as a result of a citizens referendum and the adjoining building complex will produce attractive light effects and an overall transparent.95 m serve all floors. The employees of the new main administration building will also benefit. Thanks to the electric motor-driven closure of the permanent openings in the lift shafts and the use of LSC. picture: D+H_SV_LSC-Zentrale (D+H) The smoke and heat exhaust control centre: if the RAS system reports fumes. Since the new administration takes the current energy saving ordinance into account. The lifts then travel automatically to the first evacuation level in this case to the ground floor or if smoke has also been reported there. two of which with a height of 99. the 1. the energy-optimised safety system for ventilation and desmoking of lift shafts. Pictures: picture: D+H_SV_Ansicht neue Hauptverwaltung (SV-Verlag) This is what it is to look like: the new main administration of the Süddeutsche Verlag. consisting of smoke detectors and smoke outlet systems ensures an EnEV (energy saving ordinance) compliant. 99. The employees can look forward to 78. D+H Falkenstein. domed glass façade. from D+H Mechatronik AG was chosen when it came to shaft desmoking. to the second programmed evacuation level. LSC.879 m2 gross floor area and a tremendous view of the surroundings from the 28-storey. This is because the Hamburg company has developed a complete solution for safe desmoking without unnecessary heat losses that complies with the provisions of EnEV: a smoke and heat exhaust system powered by emergency power with integrated smoke suction system permanently monitors the lift shaft.000 euros or about 550. lift shafts are consequently equipped with permanent openings which in the event of fire provide smoke outlets as a result of the constant thermal convection. an acoustic alarm notifies building occupants. The problem: heat continually escapes through these openings as well. since the LSC system reduces draughts in the staircases and in addition ensures a pleasant building environment. which are switched to evacuation mode. The core of the LSC system was delivered preassembled ready for operation and could be connected in only a few steps. picture: D+H_SV_Ansicht Fassade Turm (D+H) Not just an architectural highlight: the almost 100 m high office tower.850 new workplaces in the administration and printing works of the Süddeutsche Verlag are ready for occupation.
Construction on the Avalon Communities buildings was completed in the summer of 2006. Cambridges Stipple pattern was shown in an elevator scene of the popular one-hour medical drama. engineering and collaboration from concept through installation. floor. NY. says Heather Collins. New York. Fogarty Finger Architecture/Interiors. The LandscapeInteriors solutions were fabricated with mesh in Cambridges Tile and Circuit 141A patterns. . durable method of elevator cladding. the worlds most experienced and only full-service provider of functional and visually intriguing metal fabric solutions for interior and exterior building applications welcomes highly challenging building projects. president of Elite Elevator Cab Remodeling. yet durable material for cab interiors and entranceways. "There are elevators throughout the US that are over 45 years old that have Cambridge's original material still in place. These include: Parkade." Cambridge/Avalon Plus One Contact: Nick Murosky 412-571-1600 In addition to providing durability and elegant aesthetic appeal. Garden City Park. NY. ceiling and facade panels. Woven metal fabric and its corresponding attachment hardware maintain an extremely long lifecycle. The combination of unique dimensional architectural composition combined with the much needed durability factor not to mention the fact that it meets all elevator codes make Cambridge Architectural mesh an ideal cladding material. The minimal maintenance requirements coupled with Cambridges assistance throughout the design phase and completion of the elevator projects additionally contribute to the affordability of Cambridge metal fabric installations. Cambridge Architectural. and then zooms out to show the entire product inside the elevator.Product from Local Manufacturer Featured on National Television Show Cambridge. Circuit features rigid. The project team for Avalon Chrystie place consists of Bovis Lend Lease. open weaves that are often used in elevator cabs. require minimal maintenance and can be manufactured from recycled materials. Avalon Chrystie Place features 168 square feet of Circuit 141A. As a cladding system. September 16. environments and budgets. LandscapeInteriors woven metal mesh applications function as a sustainable design element. elevators over 45-years old still enjoy their original Cambridge mesh a testament to the products ability to withstand even the most high-traffic areas. Tile consists of rigid. Cambridge Architectural mesh is the perfect material for elevator cabs. general contractor and ThyssenKrupp Elevator. and Z-clips join the panels to the substructure. LandscapeInteriors. Cambridge metal fabric solutions are categorized by the primary application the solution serves. An extreme close-up shows the details of the mesh. For more information about Cambridge Architectural call 1-866806-2385 or visit . says Doug Gilman. Cambridge Landscape Interior mesh applications provide a uniquely attractive. director of marketing for Cambridge Architectural. Cambridge is the only building product manufacturer to offer full system design. MeshFX. shimmering woven metal mesh continues to raise the bar on style and sophistication. NY served as project architect for Avalon on the Sound while Elevator Cabs of New York served as elevator contractor. Inc. Cambridge Architectural manufactures metal fabric for interior and exterior building applications. Cambridge MD. stair rail systems and grillwork. who worked along with ThyssenKrupp Elevator in the construction of the elevators at Avalon Chrystie Place. was featured on the Fox television show House on the evening of Tuesday. Cambridges Panel attachment hardware was used to install the Tile and Circuit products. Solucent. continues Collins. Throughout the United States. MeshDefense and Meshellaneous. as mesh provides a unique and beautiful. The material continues to exhibit the same qualities as it did when it was first installed and demonstrates our product's ability to withstand even the most high-traffic areas. New York. while 750 square feet of Tile was used for Avalon on the Sound. Cambridges LandscapeInteriors product line is often used in elevators. MD Metal mesh from Cambridge Architectural. closed weaves that are affixed to substrates and installed in elevator cabs or as wall. elevator contractor. The metal fabric is first attached to a substrate such as MDF.
email. We should receive your abstract /proposal for workshops no later than 1 October 2009.elevcon.ELEVCON 2010 Lucerne. Proposals for workshops are welcomed as well. Workshops should discuss topics that involve the audience rather than being mini-sessions. authors name(s). Send your proposals to: Ami Lustig. Switzerland The 18th International Congress on Vertical Transportation Technologies Provisional Timetable 1 October 2009 Deadline for abstracts and proposals for workshops 1 February 2010 Publication of second announcement on our website 2 June 2010 Opening session Sessions AM and PM Exhibition AM and PM Evening welcome reception Sessions AM and PM Exhibition AM Evening tour followed by dinner sponsored by Schindler Sessions AM and PM Exhibition AM 3 June 2010 2-4 June 2010 KKL Lucerne Congress Centre 4 June 2010` Call for Papers We have great pleasure in inviting you to share your experience. knowledge and opinions with other experts from all over the world by presenting a paper at Elevcon 2010. address. Once your abstract is accepted. The written papers will be included in the book Elevator Technology 18.com Please visit our website for all congress updates www. guidelines for paper preparation and further information will be provided. The abstract of an original paper on all topics relevant to vertical transportation technologies should be no longer than 100 words.com . company. The official language of Elevcon 2010 will be English and will be used in all presentations and printed material. Elevcon 2010 Chairman & Program Manager Email: lustig@elevcon. Proceedings of Elevcon 2010. classification of the topic. phone and fax numbers. with 10 words title.