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Project name 8 number : KAFPParcels5.07 (15.08

NOTE: Installationof KONE eauloment shall start onlv after fulfillina mint 9.10.11.12.18.19.20 & 23 mentioned above

Managing people flow
Modem medium- to high-rise towers need efficient people flow solutions. Car parks, restaurants, coffee shops, gymnasiums, meeting rooms, and conference halls all make demands on the people flow solution. KONE offers assistance in traffic planning from the very early stages and has many tools to maximize the traffic performance of the elevators and escalators in the building. Intelligent Croup Controls that learn KONE's group control solutions are the best in the industry. PC-based group controls like the TMS9900CA feature a Genetic Algorithm to enable Multi Target Optimization. The system increases handling capacity during the up peak, while during light traffic it can saw energy. At other times it can provide the shortest journey tirnes or haw fewer people in the car for greater comfort. The artificial intelligence in the group control with its TrafficForecaster is able to detect call and passenger information over a period o f time, anticipate people flow and adapt accordingly.
KONE Polaris" DCS - taking elevator group performance to a new level The KONE Polaris" Destination Control System can improve the handling capacity of the elevator group during rush hours without extending the waiting times during quieter traffic.

The KONE Polaris" ser'ks contains new solutions that enable easier access and simpler usage, with access control solutions like PIN codes and access cards.

1. Tender Binder Index KAFD-Parcels 5.Elevators Detailed Technical Specification .S.A [Our Ref. Detailed Technical Specification . Installation Method Statement. 4.Riyadh .a q 4 J l d .K. f-\ L- Project Safety Plan.08 .Escalators 2.07 & 5. .pi* Yd KONE Areeco LM. 3. Detailed Component Description & Catalogue. WK1004-011 Technical Specifications Floor Chart.

Technical Specifications .

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533 TOP M = Maln entrance N m Lln.= TOP 5.5433 5.500 5.08 ARMMOO08 LCW.I. - I A C A C F.)project: Tender Number: TOWER A King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) Parcel # 5.5430 5.07 & 5.F. C A C A C WRCE PASSENGER ELEVATOR2 X - E Emergency exit - Served floor 5. cnrun* TOP TW TOP .

ProJect: Tender Number: TOWER B King AWuilah Financial Dlstrlct (KAFD) Parcel # 6.08 ARMW10008 - .07 8 6.

350 3.350 5.250 5.500 3.08 ARM#10008 - MARKING " of entrances 138 SERVICEIF IREMAN OFFICE P A - ELEVATORS 1 Pls 3.500 5.500 TOP 5.350 5.500 TOP USE X = Serwd Ibor E = Emergency exit Pll Pl2 PIS PI4 3. m 5.Project: Tender Number: TOWER C King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) P a w l # 5.500 TOP IM = Main entrance N = Not served I TOP TOP .07 & 5.350 3.500 TOP 3 .

07 & 5.ProJect: Tender Number: TOWERD King Abdullah Financial District (KAFD) Parcel # 5.08 - S W 6 6Yc TOP .

Detailed Technical Specification (Elevators) .

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P I S P20 - rn Comments KSW70 &l~SmdStsiriarstsd RECTANGULAR PROVIDED ROUND PRWIDED RED -70 KsulTo BMhedadrbsStesl RECTANGULAR PROVlDED ROUND PROVlDED RED KSLWO KSL970 KW70 aurhad~s(sal RECTANGULAR PROVlDED ROUND PROVIDED RED KswO KSLQlO KSLS70 B u r h s d m w RECTANGULAR PROVIDED ROUND PROVIDED RED KSLS70 KBLSIO Bu**dswsrclstsal RECTANGULAR PROVIDED ROUND PROVIDED RED KsL970 KsWO Sse. LOCKING AUTOMATIC CAR DOOR 6 CURTAIN OF LIGHT ~ m u h s d ~ K O N E M ~ 6 M I W I . HEIGHT @ REAR GWALL Lt%BMhsdm8td PROVIDED PROVIDED HR41BMhed8Ws9Sd BMhed-8tssl Recess25mnWKONE Fkdng BY BUILDER FULL WlDTWARTlAL HEIGHT@ REAR GWALL LFgBBMhedSWsnSlssl PROVIDED PROVIDED HR41BMhsd-Stsal BMhedst~lrb~Slsal RgarZhnbyKONE FbalngBY BUILDER FULL WlDTH/PARTM H W H T @ REAR GWALL LFBBBMhsdS(rWar8eal PROVIDED PROVIDED 250 KG HR41BMhsd8tlhlersw BMhsdstlWsra S I d RecsssZEambyKONE M r g BY BUllDER FULLWlDTHlPARTlAL HEIGHT@ REAR GWML LFBBBMhedmBtesl PROVIDED PROVlDED HR41BMhedStaWsrr&d BMhedstlWsraS~d RecertZmnbyKONE Fboliq BY BUILDER FUU WlDTWARTlAL HEIGHT@REAR W A L L 1FBBBIlUhd&W88~Stad PROVIDED PROVIDED HR41M-StssI BMhedStslrlsgSId Rgar25mnbyKONE Floalg BY BUILDER FUUWlDTWARTW HEIGHT@ REAR GWALL LFBBBMhsd-SteaI PROVlDED PROVlDED Ssemchsd~KONEMbr&Mt&-HmWk - M-stesl Recarr25wnbyKONE Floo*lp BY BUILDER FUUHllDTlWARTM H U M @ REAR GWALL LF88BMhsdSdnlsrrSteeI PROVIDED PROVIDED 250KG Ssesltr~~KONEMbt&Mt&-Walr FLOOR - MIRROR CEILING MODEL I FINISH SseM-K0NEm6--Sseltt.~ F l ~ ~ DOOR FUNCTIONS NUWINGSERVICE. NUDGING SERVICE.logusKONEAJADDomand~ Ssellt. NUWlNG SERVICE.07 & 5. .08) YYL- I I LIFT NUMBER PI 4 P2-P5 I P6-P7 1 p a d I 9 -70 I 5 PII-PI5 ! P P16-18 1 1 LANDING SIGNALISATION: LANDINQ CALL STATIONS MAlN FLOOR MODEL FMEPLATE MATERM FACEPLATESHAPE KONE LOOO BUTTONTYPE KSL870 I PI0 .dmdCaMo#mKONEMhhMIWI-Doorflrlsha LANDINO SILL TYPEMATERIAL MAlN OTHERS FWNGTYPE SAS DOOR FIXINGS BClRUDhDALmMNmd gXPRmwAUllMMIUM mITlmwALuMNIW ~ W A U U M M I Z h ( ~ A U U M I E I I Z h ( mIWDWAlulmmM E a R L l D W ~ EXTIUmp- ~ W A U U M n m R d g)PTRILIDBD- BClRUDhDAwJmmM E x I W D W ~ mITlmwEXPANDER BOLTS mITlmwrUUmdlMUd EXPANDER BOLTS NOT APPLICABCE mUDFDAluhmm EXPANDER BOLTS NOT APPLICABLE ~W~ EXPANDER BOLTS NOT APPLICABLE ZH UK Enmlb~~~l~ ExTwDwAlulmmM ~lll~ EXPANDER WLTS NOT FLICABLE WANDER BOLTS NOT APPLICABLE m m R U D W ~ EmRIJDWAwJmmM EXPANDER BOLTS EXPANDERBOLTS NOT APPLICABLE EXPANDER BOLTS NOT APPUCABCE ZH UK WANDER BOLTS NOTAPPLlCABLE NOT APPUCABLE NOT APPLICABLE FIRECUSSCOM ZHUK - ZH UK ZH UK ZH UK ZH UK ZH UK ZH UK ZH UK - CAR WORS DODR FINISHES BMhsdsldrhssw NUDGINOSERVICE LOCKINC)AUTOMATIC CAR DOOR 6 CURTAIN OF WHT BuhsdmSlesl BMhsds1Iwg.kkrrw llOOdlO0 BMhsdstdrlsgSIwl Burhsd8(.klerrSbd 1100x2100 BMhedWnlerr8ssl BMhsdstllnlerrassl LANDINQ DOOR FINISHES MAIN FLOOR OTHERS 8eeatla~CItllopmKONEMbt6Maloh-Dwrflrlsha Ssemched~KONEMxhM*Eh-DoaRnhhsr LANMNO FRAME FINISH: MAlN FLOOR OTHERS NumwfmmB~5hedSISI NanowhmBMhedSI S t NumrrtrmeBMhedSISI Nrraw(nmeBMhedSI st NamwfmmBdndSSt NammlmmaBdndSl SI NnowliameBMhsdst SI NvmwfmmBMhsdStSt NvmwliameMSISt NvmwlmmaRwhdSI st NanowfmmewStSI NammfmmeBu~MStB NmwfmmBMhsdSt81. LOCKINO AUTOMATIC CAR LOCKINGAUTOMATIC CAR DOOR 6 CURTAIN OF UOHT DOOR 6 CURTAlN OF LIGHT ELEVATOR Technical Specifications (Parcel # 5.chsd~KONEMh&Me!ch-Walr auhsdWWw 35 KONESTANDARD 1 xOUTBLOWINO 8eellt.gaZEambyKONE Fbdng BY BUILDER NUWlDTlWARTW.sad BMhsdWnlsrrw BMhsd-stad Bu**dstaWIIISlsal BnhdmW BnrdmdstlWsra8ted BMhsd8(. NUDGINGSERVICE.kkrrW BMhsd8WeroBed Recess25mnbyKONE FbcdngBY BUILDER FUUWlDTlWARTW H W @ REAR W A L L LFBBBnahedSdrb~Sd PROVlDED PROWDED HR41BMhsdmstsaI - HR41BnahedSblWM BMhsdstllnlsrrStssl Rseerr2hmbyKONE Floakq BY BUILDER FUU WlDTHlPARTM HEIGHT@ REAR O W L HR4l%urWWWstad B M h s d m s a d Rec9aZmnbyKONE Fbolirg BY BUILDER FUU WlDTHRARTUL H U M @ REAR GWALL LF68BMhedsDWarrStea1 PROVlDED PRaVlDED HR41BMhed-8tsal BMhedstlWsra8tsal R. LOCKINGAUTOMATIC CAR LOCKING AUTOMATIC CAR LOCKING AUTOL~ATIC CAR LOCK~NG AUTOMATIC CAR LOCKING AUTOMATIC CAR LOCKING AUTOMATIC CAR DOOR 6 CURTAINOF LIGHT DOOR 6 CURTAIN OF LIGHT DOOR 6 CURTAlN OF UOHT DOOR 6 CURTAIN OF LIGHT DOOR & CURTAIN OF UGH1 DOOR &CURTAIN OF W T NUDGINGSERVICE.FLOOR THICKNESS RESERVESS mn CEILING HEIGHT m n NUMBER OF ENTRANCESnOCATDN RAW CAR WALL FINISHES FRONTWALL W E R W FRONT WALL DEPTH FD m n EMERGENCY EXIT (TRAWOOWSIDE WAUl FAN 30 100 IIFRONT BnahSdmSae4 BMhsdWwStssl 35 KONE STANDARD 1 xOUTBLOWING 30 30 100 IIFRONT BMhedStaln*aStssl BMhsd-8tssl 36 30 100 IIFRONT B M h s d m s a d BMhsdmlihssad 35 KONE STANDARD 1 x OUTBLOWNO 30 100 IIFRONT BMhedstlWsra S I d BMhsd-stad 35 KONE STANDARD 30 100 1IFRONT BMhsd-Std BMhedShlrlsrr8(eal 30 100 IIFRONT BMhedStPlmSId BMhsdmstad 35 30 100 1IFRONT B r U r h s d m8d BMhsdS(rWarsad 35 KONE STANDARD 30 100 1IFRONT Bnahsdstllr*rrw 30 100 IlFROFlT BMhsd8tlWess8tsal BMhsdadf&saSd 35 KONE STANDARD I x OUTBLOWING 100 IIFRONT BMhsd&lrbsaSId BMhsd8tlhlersSd 35 KONESTANMRD 1 xOUTBLOWlNG SeeItt. NnowhmBMhedSt St NmmwNnowmmsBMhsdStSI NumwfmrmBMhsdSLSI NmliameBMhsdsLS NumwfmmBMhedSI S t NmwlmmaBMhsdStSt SselllrchsdC.ltrchedClhlogmKONEMbr6MIWI-KSS970 BMhedBhldw RECTANGULAR PROVlDW ROUND PROVIDED RED W 7 0 ~~~ RECTANOULAR PROVIDED ROUND PROVlDED RED KsWO BIlUhdSmm¶Sed RECTANGULAR PROVlDW ROUND PRWIDED RED KSWO Bnmtl8d-M RECTANGULAR PROVIDED ROUND PROVIDED RED KSLB70 mnMSWsnW RECTANGULAR PROVlDED ROUND PROVIDED RED KsUm) CALL REGISTEREDBUZZER WLOUR OTHER FLOOR MODEL .chsdWUbgmKONEMlx&Mt&-am LF68BMhsd-Steal PROVIDED PROVlDED C C N OPENING PA8PEAIQRPROV1SDN MAXIMUMALLOWANCE FOR LOCAL FINISHES 250 KG 250 KG 250 KG 250 KG 250 KG 250 KG 250 KG 250 KG ELEVATOR Technicasecifications (Parcel # 5.L.klerrSd BMhsdmSted NUDOING SERVICE.

08) .07 & 5.LEVATOR Technical Specifications (Parcel # 5.

Detailed Technical Specification (Escalators) .

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GB16899 Single 30deg=.011. 1011 0 One support standard One support standard One support standard One support standard looation location location kcation .1.2/2 flatsteps.0 EN115.1.OIl.0 Brushed Stainless Brushed Stainless Steel 3 mm stainless steel 304# with dear antifm-ng Steel 3 mrn stainless s t e e l 304# with clear antifrictlondng Brushed Stainless Steel 3Imm stainless steel 3 0 4 with dear antim m n g Silver (RAL9008) Aluminium Black Stainless steel with black groove I BrushedStainless Steel 3 mm stainless steel 304# with dear antifriction coating Slhrer (RAL9006) Aluminium Black Stainless steel with black gnxwe Btushed Stainless Steel Brushed Stainless Steel Brushed Stainless Steel 3 mm stainless steel 304# with clear antifrlction coating Brushed Stainleas Steel 3 mm stainless steel 304# with clear antifriction coatlng Brushed Stainless Steel 3 mm stainless steel 304#with clear antiMcUon coating Silver (RAL9006) Aluminium Black Stainless steal with blackgroove Brushed Stainless Steel Brushed Stainless Steel 3 mm stainless steel 304# with clear antifriction coating Brushed Stainless Steel 3 mm stainless steel 304# with clear antifriction coating Silver (RAL9006) Aluminlum Black Stainless steel with black groove Brushed Stainless Steel Brushed Stainless Steal Wittrout Silver (RAL9006) Aluminium Black Stainless steel with black groove Brushed Stainless Steel Brushed Stainless Steel Silver (RAL9006) Aluminium Black Stainless steel with Mack groove Brushed Stainless Steel Brushed Stainless SW Wfthout EN115. 2/2 flatsteps.1.5 lndoor6'Pe 0. 2/2 flatstaps.1.5 6400 Indoor type 0.GBlSingle 30 degrees.5 6400 Indoor type 0.l. 2/2 fl . 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Project Safety Plan .

Riyadh.pi* Project Safety Plan KAFD Project. KSA Ud KONE Areeco Ltd.KSA . Project Safety Plan KAFD Project Riyadh .I .h d d l &.

Contents KONE Corporate Safety Policy Project Organisation Structure Roles and responsibilities Safety Documentstion Training Emergency Response Personal Protective Equipment Incident reporting Safety Statistics Safety Meetings Site Safety Inspections Disciplinary Procedure Use of methods and tools Risk Assessments.Project Safety Plan KAFD project. 17. 16. Lifting equipment Entrance Protection Appendices . ~Gadh. 15. KSA 5 q u J I h r l #lldL =& KONE Areeco Ltd.

Communicating. Overall responsibility for ensuring that all installation activities are. Championing the ethos of Safety in fulfilment of the Project objectives.m Maghraby Steering Group 1 " . Fouad Shaar. Project Organisation Structure 1Alain Chemaly. Liasing with the Quality & Safety Manager. Imam Maghraby ( Senior Project Mapager Im3. Safety and Environmental issues to the KONE steering group. Our god is zero accidents. carried out. KONE Corporate Safety Policy Safety is everyone's responsibility. procedures and products. ~Gadh. so Ear as is reasonably practical. KSA 3 r j d I -1 Ud KONE Areeco Ltd. Safety and Welfare. without risk to anyone's Health. 1. 2. 3. Roles and responsibilities Senior P r o j e c t Manager Reporting Health. We w i l l fully understand and adhere to the safety requirements of our processes.Project Safety Plan KAFD Project. We will deliver safe products and services to our elevator and escalator customers and users. Fadi Daleh. Overall responsible for the implementation of the safety plan for the elevator installations listed under the scope of works with the guidance of the Quality & Safety Manager. Organking and chairrng monthly project saf'ety meetings. monitoring and reviewing the Safety Plan. We will protect the health and safety of our personnel by providing them with safe working conditions. .

checked. Project Manager Overseeing the Safety Induction of all personnel. Conduct site safety inspections (see section 12) Report findings of inspections to Senior Project Manager Follow up on required corrective actions which result from audits Site Supervisor Maintaining the Site Safety file Day to day co-ordination of Health. indexed. Ensuring that a l l necessary safety documents are retwned to the Safety department on completion of the project. Method Statements when required. Person on site responsible for all safety issues Day to day supervision of installation works ensuring KONE method and safety standards are followed. Ensuring that activities are adequately planned and assessed. Monitor validity of load test certificates and arrange load testing when required. Participant in site safety meetings upon request of the main contractor. Safety and Welfare on site. approved and distributed. Ensuring that adequate First Aid resources are maintained. Responsibility for the reporting of accidentslincidentsto the KONE AREECO Quality & Saf& Manager Morming the team of design changes Ensuring that site personnel are adequately trained. Quality & Safety Manager Produce the Project Safety Plan Arranging adequate number of site safety inspection Investigate d safety incidents and define corrective action needed Give general support to the project regarding safety issues. Review monthly IlFR figures and decide on any actions needed for improvements Reporting safety incidents and figures to the main contractor ( ) Pian yearly safety targets and actions Investigate all safety incidents and ensure corrective actions are carried out. are produced. Safety Auditor --. Rivadh.aagdl-I Project Safety Plan KAFD Proiect. Ensuring adequate PPE is provided for the Installation Erectors Day to day monitoring of PPE usage by installation erectors. Holding fortniehtly minuted Toolbox t a l k s Ensuring adequate Personal Protective Equipment supplies. KSA ## -4 KONE Areeco Ltd. Ensuring fall protection equipment 6 monthly inspections are carried out. Participant in site safety meetings upon request of the main contractor. Implementing a plan for Emergency Procedures. . Collating information for the Site Safety file Ensuring Risk Assessments.

This file will be kept on site and will be made available to the Main Contractor upon request.iagrJI @* W$i Project Safety Plan KAFD Project. These training records will made o the Main Contractor upon request. This training will be relevant t o the employee's job available t tasks but must include as a minimum: Tirak inspection training (Take 2) Electrical hazards (Take 5) F a l l protection Installationmethods PPE requirements Manual handling Disciplinary policy and procedures Hot works (works that present fire risk) requirements. Contact details will be t site outside the KONE office. The training records are kept at the KONE Areeco office as per KONE procedure 'Manage Training'. Elevator rescue operation Emergency response Chemical hazards First Aid (for an adequate number of project field employees) . Safety Documentation The Senior Project manager is responsible for keeping and maintaining a Site Safety File. Cany out Tirak inspections and keep records of the inspections Keep tools and installation equipment in safe working condition Wear at all times the required PPE Report any damaged or extra PPE requirements Contact details for the relevant people listed above will be issued to the main contractor before the commencement of installation works.KSA KONE Areeco Ltd. displayed a 4. Installation Erectors Carry out installation works in accordance to KONE installation methods and safety standards Immediately report any safety concerns to their supervisor Report all safety incidents using the KONE AREECO Incident report form. ~ij'adh. This file should contain such information as: Incident reports Site safety inspections Safety meeting minutes Risk assessmats Disciplinary records Training The Senior Project Manager is responsible for arranging saf&y training for all project field employees during their induction and rething at suitably regular intervals. by means of an Organisational Chart.

PPE such as overalls. PPE items such as gloves. Riidh. connectos and anchor points) must be returned for inspection IF: It has operated in a fiee fall situation It has sustained damage I n any case it must be submitted for 6 monthly inspections. The training and rescue pracedure are currently under review. Outside working hours each worker will take these PPE items off site to his accommodation. Use of defective or un-inspected equipment is forbidden. Storage of PPE. KSA KONE Areeco Ltd. If any defect is found this must be reported immediately to the user's supervisor and the item of PPE replaced if in fact it is deemed untit for use. safety helmets and safety boots are in constant use during working hours. which is explained later in this document. adequate PPE as described below. Rescue tkom height The naiure and design of KONE installation methods dictate that the chance of a Ml incident needing rescue fiom height is very remote. All KONE AREECO field employees will a l s o attend ( induction training. It is the responsibility of each PPE user to ensure that their PPE is maintained in good usable condition. Records of the issue of each item of PPE will be kept in the Site Safety file and will be made ) upon request.3 y d I -1 %&a Proiect Safety Plan KAFD Project. Fall surest systems. 7. t o his subor-. The emergency response procedure for KAFD Project can be . 6. However there will be an adequate number of site employees equipped and trained to deal safety with a rescue situation. Emergency Response It is the responsibility of the Senior Project Manager to ensure all project field employees are trained in emergency response procedures. available to the Main Contractor ( It is the responsibiliiy of each individual user to inspect all items of their PPE before each use to ensure they are fit to be used. seen in appendix 1 which will cover ( emergency response procedures. The Quality & Safety Manager is responsible fbr arranging site safbty inspections (as mentioned in section 12) to M e r ensure compliance. The Project Co-ordinator is responsible f o r organiskg these inspections. D e v i a t i o n s that constitute a safety violation will be handling with KONE AREECO AREECO disciphtmy procedure. Fall protection equipment and components must be replaced if they fail inspection or they have been involved in a fall. It is also his responsibility to ensure compliance on a day-toaay basis. safety glasses and safety harnesses will be stored on site . A tag colour code system will be used to facilitate easy identification of the equipment's inspection validity. The official inspection date must be valid in accordance w i t h the specified testing i n t e r v a l which is every 6 months. The complete fill arrest system (body harness. lanyards. After a fall incident the fall arrest system must not be used until inspected by a competent person anthorised by the company to inspect fall protection equipment. Personal Protective Equipment It is the responsibility of the Site Supervisor to make available. B&re each use the fall arrest system must be visually checked by the user to ensure it is in good condition. Therefae when PPE is not in use its storage method is important as this can affect the condition of the equipment.

All employees on installation sites will wear: Safety boots to S2 standard with penetration resistance . Both of these toolboxes will be locked and kept in a Qy secure location.g. The General Manager is responsible for the communication of serious incidents.g. Safety shoes to S1 standard -Visitors (e.22. It is the responsibility of the Senior Project manager to report all incidents in writing to the Main ) Project Safety Manager within t w o working days. will be stored in the KONE AREECO site office. Spare items of PPE.Project Safety Plan KAFD Project. w h e n not in use. Supervisors & Testers. .14Jl &. KONE Areeco Ltd. All incidents will be investigated by the Qual~ty & Safety Manager and actions allocated to relevant persons to prevent rcmccurrence ofincidents. if the Contractor's ( incident is deemed to be of a serious nature or an unsafe situation exists the main contractor's PSM will be informed immediately by the most direct means available. KSA 5. Incident reporting It is the responsibility of all KONE AREECO employees to repart all incidents no matter how small.) Safety helmet Safety harness when working in or around shaft entrances.E r e c t o r s .Erectors. and attached when ever there is a failing hazard (falling hazard = gap > 300fall >1. overalls) . Managers. which have not been allocated to anyone.g handling objects with sharp edges.Supervisors & Testem Cut resistant gloves where there is a risk of hand injury e. Serious Injuries The Quality & Safety Manager and Area Manager will investigate all serious incidents and prepare a report in accordance to KONE standards KOS Y. grinding etc. Sales persons etc. These incidents are to be reported using the KONE AREBCO 'Incident Report' (see append'i 2). drilling. Riyadh. Eye protection where there is a risk of eye injury e. Additionally. The definition of a serious injury is: an in@ry which has or is predicted to result in the injuredparty being absentflom workfor more than 60 consecuiive days. A written report will follow. When not in use gloves and safw glasses will be stored in the owner's toolbox and safety harnesses will be stored in the larger wooden toolboxes. For example by telephone or in person. Have ear protection and face mask available.I #lrS M A .g.8m) Company supplied unifonn (e.13. which are given to each installation tam.

The figures will include the responsibility of the Senior Project Manager to r following: Number of near miss incidents Number of environmentalrelease incidents Number record able injuries. The Quality & Safety Manager is responsible for reviewing monthly figures and planning necessary actions t o achieve the IIFRtargets. Safety Statistics All KONE AREECO fiont line u n i t s are obliged to report their safety statistics to KONE AREECO head office. Safety Meetings Monthly Project Safety Meetings The Senior Project manager is responsible for organising and chairing monthly project safety meetings. Site specific safety statistics will be reported to the Main Contractor on a quarterly basis. Tools and equipment. Tools and equipment. Safety Auditor7 Project Co-ordinator and Site Supervisor. These minutes will be made available to the main contractor ( ) upon request. KONE safety performance is measured using Industrial Injury Frequency Rate @FR) IIFRtargets have been set for year.when required. Site Supervisor and Installation Erectors. related safety concerns PPE. The agenda of these m e e t i n g will include but be limited to: Accidents or incidenb7causes and corrective actions Installation method. KSA Sj4 KONE Areeco Ltd. These toolbox talks are designed to be a forum where the installation erectors can express their views and concerns regarding project safety. The attendees will be Senior Project manager. Number of lost working day injuries Number of serious injuries 10. new requirements or replacem. It is the e p o r tthese figures. &adh. Quality & Safety Manager. related safety concerns Pm.L a d l lLUl Project Safety Plan KAFD project. . safety issues. Other persons can be invited to attend depending on the need. safety issum. The attendees will be Project Co-ordinator. new requirements or replacements needed Toolbox talks The Site Supervisor is responsible for organising toolbox t a l k s . The agenda of these meeting will include but be limited to: Works scheduled fbr the coming week and related safkdy issues and concerns Installation method.needed Minutes of these toolbox talks will be kept in the Site Safety file. IIFR figures are dso reviewed by the Safety Committee on a quarterly basis.

which are organised by the Main Conbador ( ). who has one or more violations against their name but is subsequently violation free for a period of 3 years fiom the date of their last violation. will have all previous violations cleared fiom their record . Site safety inspection form can be seen in appendix 3 . If necessary.+ Written warning 2* violation + Suspension from work for 3 days with no pay 3"' violation Termination of employment If any action or fiiilure to comply with KONE ARFECO safety standard i s deemed to be of a particularly serious nature. Copies of site safety ~ 0 n . These inspections will be carried out on a random basis. 12. ldviolation ----.i r g d l &I -4 Project Safety Plan KAFD Project. will s be forwarded to the main contractor ( ) within t w o working days of the inspection. These inspections are to monitor: M e t h o d and tool usage PPE usage General site conditions Other considerations The person who is assigned responsibility to rectifj. R i d h . can be fed into the KONE AREECO corrective action system. deviations must do so immediately. KSA KONE Areeco Ltd. one or more steps of this disciplinary procedure may be bypassed. deviations. However. Any employee. other attendees m a y participant ). Deviations * inspection must be hrmally closed by the deviations being rectified and the arising fiom site s inspection form being filled out and signed by the apprapriate persons. Other safety meetings KONE AREECO representatives will attend safety m e e t i n g s (monthly safety meeting & safety committee). depending on the agenda and requests fiom the main contractor ( 11. Site Safety Inspections The Quality & Safety Manager is responsible to mange site safety inspections (carried out by the Manager or Auditor). which need corrective action on a larger scale. These representatives will normally be the Project wordinator and Site Supervisor. Disciplinary Procedure Any actions or failure to comply with KONE AREECO safety standards that constitute a safety violation will be dealt with using the following Disciplmry actions.

daily and weekly will be done on all Tirak hoists and associated equipment while used for man ridmg purposes. Tirak hoists etc. It is the responsibility of the Senior Project Manager to ensure the afore mentioned method knowledge (through training) and tools are made available to all project field employees. must have a valid load test certificate issued by an mthorised inspection body. 13. When this task is t who is at risk of falltng will wear an attached safety harness. It is the project co-ordinator's responsibility to arrange the load tests. Samples of these forms can be seen in appendix 5. chain blocks. where not possible or when a particular task is unique in nature a risk assessment will be pdormed according to KONE AREECO Risk Assessment Procedure. which meets the requirements of KONE -0. without needing undue effort as KONE 0 requires accessand egress at every entrance. 15. which is used for lifting purposes (e. Risk Assessments.s a g d l &I &6 & " A . However. KSA KONE Areeco Ltd. Further details can be seen in section 14. Any deviations are to be rectified immediately and then handled by the KONE AREECO CAS (corrective action system) if necessary. See Risk Assessment form in appendix 4.). KONE AREECO written methods will be followed wherever possible. Use of methods and tools Each KONE AREECO employee must follow the m e t h o d s and use the tools that have been developed as part of the product. The purpose of a risk assessment is to iden* risks and reduce them to an acceptable level before work co~mences. It is the responsibility of the installation erector to conduct these inspections and keep records of the inspections. Under the terms and conditions of the contract the main contractor ( ) is responsible for providing adequate entrance protect for all lift entrances. Proiect Safetv Plan KAFD h j e c t . Entrance Protection. During the lift installation period there is only one occasion (taking plumbing measurements) at each entrance where it is necessary to remove the entrance protection without the working platform being a k i n gplace all KONE AREECO personnel present at that level inside the lift well.g. . Records of these inspections will be kept with the equipment for the duration of its use for that particular installation. slings.The entrance protection must prevent fallmg hazards into the lift shaft prevent foreign objects (concrete.) fiom entering the shaft which may cause injuries to those who are working in the shaft Appendix 6 illustrates a sample A l l entrance protect must be removable design. Riiadh. risk assessments. 16. rubbish etc. Lifting equipment A l l equipment. 14. If a particular task cannot be performed using the KONE method a risk assessment must be performed to identify possible risks and reduce them to an acceptable level. adequate temporary barriers will be used and a KONE AREECO employee will always be present to ensure a safe workmg area is mahtained. shackles. Deviations that constitute a safety violation will be handling with KONE AREECO disciplinary procedure. Failure to conduct these impedons or keep the required records will be deemed as a safety violation and be dealt with using the company disciplinary procedures. Furthermore m a n d a t o r y inspections before installation use.

Riyadh. Appendices In the case you are reading this document as a hard copy please find appendices 1 . . KSA ## Y 4 KONE Areeco Ltd.6 on the following pages. 17.a ( d I Project Safety Plan KAFD Project.

Emergency Response Procedure.iraJ4Jl #d@b Project Safety Plan KAFD Proied. A 11 &At" . . KSA KONE Areeco Ltd. A 3 3 M O 1 3 17 . APPENDIX 1 . . Riiadh. 02009 KONE Areeco Ltd.

Incident Report 8 2009 KONE Areeoo Ltd.J a g d l -1 Ud Project Safety Plan KAFD Proied. Riadh. APPENDIX 2 ."ht" r 0 o p r . KSA KONE Areeco Ltd. d . A11 L.

A 11 t.mh+o -on& 2 3 M 0 19 17 . KSA hPJl *A @@ =4 KONE Areeco Ltd.Project Safety Plan KAFD Project.KONE AREECO Site Safety Inspection Form Q 2009 KONE Areeco Ltd. Riyadh. APPENDIX 3 .

A 11 t. 0 2009 KONE Areeco Ltd. KSA APPENDIX 4 . KAFD Proiect. Rivadh.Project Safety Plan i a l d l pi* i i d i d KONE Areeco Ltd.KONE AREECO Risk Assessment Procedure and Form.mhte -orrrrvl A 9 W O 13 I? .

KSA a a a d l h d #@ =& KONE Areeco Ltd. Rivadh.Tirak Inspection Forms -- 0 2009 KONE Areeco Ltd. APPENDIX 5 . A 11 <&o d 5 ? M O 1'3 17 .Project Safety Plan KAFD ~roiect.

controls will be identified. competence and brainstorming within the risk assessment team. For each task.--- 3 PROCEDUE The risk assessments will f i i into the company workflow as shown in the Risk Assessment Flow Chart. Elnaggar Page I of 3 Issue date: 16. Work may be able to commence if the risk rating is MED (3) but only if the maximum controls possible are in place and with the authorisation of the Field Operations Manager or Safkty Manager.Bastin Approved by T. Compiled by: D. 2 SCOPE Risk assessment is a formal process carried out by competent and professional personnel who have been trained in the risk assessment method. then no fiuther action shall be required. This may require a method statement to be written where more complicated tasks are involved. which varies fiom KONE approved methods or that is unique in nature and therefore could present unseen risks. If the hazard cannot be reduced to an acceptable level the question should be asked whether the work should proceed or not.o 1 PURPOSE The purpose of this procedure is to ensure that: Risk assessments will be carried out for work.KONE AREECO Risk Assessment Procedure v1. If any of the hazards cannot be reduced to a LOW RISK RATING additional control measures must be added to fbrther reduce the risk potential. hazards will be identified by experience. If the risk identified for a particular task is LOW (1 -2) Any work identified with a potential MEDIUM or HIGH (3 . Risks are identified and reduced to an acceptable level. The work will not be allowed to go ahead until the risk assessment is complete. The risk assessment team will meet in the ofice or risk location and discuss 1 record the work to be done in detail. .2003 . . Risk assessments are subject to review as and when work demands and at the request of any employee. The risk assessment is written up on the attached form (GRA) and sent t o all departments involved in the proposed work and the Safety M a n a g e r .9) risk. implemented and monitored to reduce the risk to an expectable level (LOW 1-2).04. If required. the written information is available and all recommended controls are in place. the work will be broken down into tasks and each task will be subject to its own risk assessment. Under no circumstances can any work commence if the risk rating is higher than MED (3). As minimum two persons shall conduct the risk assessment and should include: HSE appointed person and the supervisor responsible for the activity .

L o w (2) Severity (S) X Probability (P) = Risk (R) Compiled by: D.KONE AREECO Risk Assessment Procedure v1.04.2003 Approved by T.Bastin Issue date: 16. Elnaggar Page 2 of 3 .o 4 TRAINING Training will be given to personnel who are involved in the writing of risk assessments. RISK LEVEL MATRIX PROBABILITY (P) Probable (3) Occasional (2) Remote (1) (I) Minor @ MEDIUM (3) LOW (2) Low (1) SEVERITY (S) (2) Major Q (3) Catastrophic @ HIGH 191 HIGH (6) MEDIUM (4) I . 5 ENCLOSURES "KME General Risk A n e s s m m form v1 .As a minimum each KONE AREECO supervisor must have received risk assessmenttraining.

KONE AREECO Risk Assessment Procedure vt. Bastin Approved by T.04.0 Risk Assessment Flow Chart method statement if needed I Identify and record hazards without control measures LOW or MED (3) as per RA proceedure l i l A Work to proceed & distribute IRecord risk assessment I LJ MEDIUM . E l n a ~ ~ a r Issue date: 16.HIGH measures measures or review scope o f work YES fl Work cnneelled Compiled by: D.2003 Page 3 of 3 .

Without With Controls Controls 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Harm .Risk Assessment Task / Operation 1 General Risk Assessment Hazards 1 2 f- Risk Rating.

7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Personnel Protective Equipment Recommendations .General Risk Assessment Persons I n Danger L--- Controls 1 2 3 4 5 6 Z 7 .

--.General Risk Assessment Additional Assessments (may be required) Legislation " Etnecgcney Procedures Monitoring. . Procedure Notes For improvements to be added at the review stage or as applicable. These can be hand written but must be dated and signed by authorised personnel.

1 3 . floor #): [ ] Ewironmentd release [ ] Other 2. 1. Give a copy of this completed form to the Safety Manager with in 2 working days.1 I--- This document is to be used for the internal reporting of all incidents. The incident will then be dealt with using KONE standards KOS Y . Copy given [ ] . Action by person involved or their supervisor.g. To be f M out by the person involved or their supervisor Project Name: Incident Date: Project # Report Date: Incident Type: Incident Time: [ I Injw [ I -rtY damage [ I Near Incident location (e.g. To be filled out by the person involved or their supervisor (Iu the case of an injury) Name of injured person: Severity: [ 1 Record able [ ] LWDI I I [ 1 Serious/Fatality Ifinjury what injury was sustained: What initial actionwas taken (e. F&re to report and incident will be consiclered a s a f * vidation. In the case of serious incident or fatality. 2 2 . p 4. He must then still use this form to formally report the details of the incident. the person who is informed/witnesses the incident must immediately report to the Safety W a g e r and/or the Field Operations Manager in the most direct manner (e. hospital)? 3. telephone). To be tilled out by the person involved or their supervisor Desaiption of Incident (attach additional sheets if necessary): Note: only reportfacts do not speculate on the cause or give any information that is specukztive and cannot be proved to be afact.g 6rst aid.INCIDENT REPORT vl.

Signature Date . Action by person mponsible for cormthe actions I confirm that I have carried out the corrective actions listed above.What were the root causes that allowed thisincident to happen state clearly if there were any safety violations. 7.State who is responsible for the corrective actions and what is the target date for completion. Action by Safety Manager I have review the corrective actions and find them to have terminated the root cause of the incident in allaffectedareas. Signature Date 8.INCIDENT REPORT vl. Acikm by Safety Manager If the incident is a LWDI conduct a Lost Working D a y Injury Interview and attach t h i sform to the intewiew form.In other cases c o n t i n u e with this form. Action by Safety Manager Corrective Actions needed . 6. Root cause .1 -- 5.

.a release of materiaVsubstance into the environment which may cause environmental damage (e.an injury that requires minor medical treatment (e. Due to various circumstances. Serious Injury . LWDI (Lost working day injury) . hydraulic oil spill) Record able injury .g.1 I--1 Near Miss .is an injury which has or is predicted to result in the injured party being absent fiom work for more than 60 consecutive days. Environmental release . which causes the injured party to be absent &omwork for 1 or more working days or 8 hour shifts. property damage.is an injury. the potential injury or exposure did not occur but the potential was recognized. small cuts) but does not result in the injured person being absent fiom work due to the injury.INCIDENT REPORT vl. environmental release.g.is an incident in which a condition exists or an act was carried out that had the potential for injury. or an adverse heath exposure to take place.

ma03 (A) 2002. satety safety pins. Electrical cabling and connections correctly fitted Satety circuit and and drive functions tested and satistactory Tensioning elements tor stall test (if required) correctly titted Stall test satistactory (if required) and visual check OK I I 2. .5 . .rope.&ii:prj... Non-compliance leads always to disciplinary actions.2 Correct traction rope and hook (condition.1 2.h. '+ + .7 3. pulley.< 3. diameter.id ieSt . length) 1.4 Hoist suspension elements correctly fitted and attached to car attachment points ond secured with satety pins 3. I Inspected by: Name: Signature: Position/company: Date: AM-01. -" - d m 1 . Tirak Serial No X750 X I 000 X2000 2:l 3:1 I I 4 . Any defect must be rectified before proceeding. . " .1 3.3 Correct hoist accessories in good condition and complete (adapters. The inspection must be carried out and a copy of correctly filled inspection sheet placed inside permit wallet and attached to the hoist before Tirak is used for man-riding purposed.*:.tb"i.4 2. .2 Guiderails clean and no rust Overspeed governor correctly fitted and rope attached to the safety gear . ' 3.4 Pendant controller and supply cable in good condition 6.3 Safety pedal correctly fitted and attached to the safety gear 3..08-28 .I 1 Equipment check Hoist inspection date valid and date: I I I 1.3 Pulley..2 2. safety pins. . axles) 1..5 Tension weight of the Tirak hoist rope correctly titted and suspended below car to P 3.. 2 2.br. hooks and latches tined and functional .6 Power supply cable correctly routed arid attached to car top (clear of obstructions) I 3..8 Power supply socket accessible for disconnection in case of emergency Function and suitability of safety device and satety gear checked and OK I I I I I .Tirak Inspection for lnsta/lation Use Appendix 1 Elevator number: Tirak Model Reeving ratio Site: Tirak: All checks must be veritied OK betore proceeding to next checkpoint and starting the use of hoist.4itiG i. Only approved tixing accessories may be used.- B. .

D a i w e e k l y Safety Check List Appendix 2 Lift identification number: Safety gear: - Daily checks Sat S u l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l i i i n l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l l ~ l l I I I Weekly checks .

Project Name: Erector # 1: Conducted By: Lift No.: Erector # 2: Date of Inspection: Use of safety helmet Use of safety shoes Use of safety harness Availability of ear muffs > Availability of goggles Availability of gloves Use of approved method Tirak inspection for installation use done Dailylweekly Tirak inspections done Lighting on working areas Condition of lifting tools Landing protection Machineroom access Ladders.Site Safety Inspection. General access to the Site Condition of the power cables Condition of hand tools Storage areas Warning signs in use . scaffolding.

Site Safety Inspection. Inspector Signature Date: Aditional comments - Safe@Manager Action required by: Date to complete by: Action required - Person responsiblefor actJon Actions confirmed completed Date: I~onfinmtion all issues closed .

floor #): [ ] Environmental release [ ] Other 2. To be fiUed out by the person involved or their supervisor Description of Incident(attach additional sheets if necessary): Note: only reportfacts do not speculate on the cause or give any information that is speculative and cannot be proved to be afact. To be filled out by the person involved or their supervisor (Tn the case of an injury) Name of injured person: Severity: [ ] Record able [ ] LWDI [ ] SerioudFatality I I finjury what injury was sustained: What initial action was taken (e. To be tilled out by the person involved or their supervisor Project Name: Incident Date: Project # Report Date: Incident Type: Incident Time: [ I Injw [ IW r t Y damage [ I Near Incident location (e. The incident will then be dealt with using KONE standards KOS Y. 4. He must then still use this form to formally report the details of the incident. telephone).g.13.INCIDENT REPORT vl. Action by person involved or their supervisor. first aid. Failure to report and incident will be considered a saf* vidation. 1. the person who is informed/witnessesthe incident must immediately report to the Safety Manager and/or the Field Operations Manager in the most direct manner (e.g.g. . hospital)? 3.1 This document is to be used for the internal reporting of ail incidents.22. In the case of serious incident or fhtaiity.

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5. Action by Safety Mauager

If the incident is a LWDI conduct a Lost Working Day Injury I n t e ~ e w and attach this formto the interview form. In other cases continue with this form.

Root cause - What were the root causes that allowed this incident to happen state clearly if there were any safety violations.

6. Action by Safety Manager

Corrective Actions needed - State who is responsible for the conedive actions and what is the target date for completion.

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I have review the corrective actions and find them to have terminated the root cause of the incident in
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Near Miss - is an incident in which a condition exists or an act was carried out that had the potential for injury, property damage, environmental release, or an adverse heath exposure to take place. Due to various circumstances, the potential injury or exposure did not occur but the potential w a s recognized. Environmental release - a release of materidsubstance into the environment which may cause environmental damage (e.g. hydraulic oil spill)

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Record able injury - an injury that requires minor medical treatment (e.g. small cuts) but does not result in the injured person being absent fkom work due to the injury.
LWDI (Lost working day injury) - is an injury, which causes the injured party to be absent fiom work for 1 or more working days or 8 hour shifts.

Serious Injury - is an injury which has or is predicted to result in the injured party being absent fiom work for more than 60 consecutive days.

Emergency Response Procedure

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In the event of an accident:

1. Immediately assess if a dangerous situation exists. If so, inform other persons present of potential dangers.
2. If safe to do so assess injured person's condition.

3. If necessary call emergency services and ensure someone is sent to inform the ATC incident controller who can help you to deal with the incident.

4. If a person is injured and it is safe to do so, approach the inured person and perform first aid. If you are not a trained first aider, try to find a person who is to help.

5. Ifthe emergency services have been called ensure that someone is waiting for them and directs them to the injured person upon their arrival. The ATC incident controller can assist you with this.
6. Report accident as per KONE AREECO accident 1 incident reporting procedure.
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In the event of a fire:

On discovering a fire:
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Raise the alarm via the nearest break glass1call point and ensure someone is sent to summon the ATC Incident Controller1Fire coordinator or deputy who will contact the in charge communications personnel.

2. If safe to do so, remove flammable material from the area and fight small fires using the appliances available. If there is any danger, leave immediately.
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Make your way to the muster point and report to you Supervisor. The Supervisors will conduct a role call and report back to the ATC Fire Coordinators

On hearing the alarm:
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working area is left in a safe condition e.g. no not leave landing doors open etc.

2. Leave the premises by the shortest pfest route.
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Do not attempt to sign out using your security card. Report immediately to your leader at the correct allocated muster point, Do not leave the muster point until you have been checked as present and given full instruction to leave the

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07 & 5.08 General Method Statement for MiniSpace Elevators METHOD STATEMENT for The installation of MiniSpace Lifts KONE -AREECO JEDDAH KSA Page 1 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 .Project: KAFD Parcels 5.

CLIENT : KAPD CONTRACTOR : Saudi Constructioneers Est.Project: XAFD Parcels 5. K.08 LOCATION : Riyadh.07 & 5.07 & 5. LIFTS CONTRACTOR : MS.A.S.08 General Method Statement for MiniSpace Elevators PROJECT : Parcel 5.KONE-AREECO Page 2 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 .

SIGNALISTION & CAR DECORATION 21. INSTALLATION OF CAR FLOOR 8. COMMISSIONING FOR NORMAL SPEED 23. QUALITY INSPECTION & HAND OVER 24.Project: kXFD Parcels 5.07 & 5.08 General Method Statementfor MiniSpace Elevators CONTENTS - 1. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2. LANDING ENTRANCE & LANDING DOORS 14. CAR & CAR DOOR INSTALLATION 19. PFT INSTALLATION 6. ROPING & PERMANENT OVER SPEED GOVERNOR 18. BALANCING OF CAR & COUNTERWEGHT 22. CWT GUIDE INSTALLATION 13. INSTALLATION OF HOIST AND HOIST TEST 4. SLING INSTALLATION 7. INSTALLATION OF TEMPORARY OVER SPEED GOVERNOR 9. FIRST GUIDE RAIL AND 2"dLEVEL GUIDE RAIL 5. INSTALLATION OF TRAVELLING CABLE 16. CAR GUIDE INSTALLATION (INTERMEDIATE FLOORS) & REPOSlTIONING THE TEMPLATES (STAGED INSTALLATION) 12. ATTACHING THE HOIST TO SLING / SAFETY PEDAL 11. CAR. INSTALLATION OF WORKING PLATFORM / PROTECTIVE ROOF 10. PLUMBING 3. FORMATS Page 3 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . MACHZNE INSTALLATION & MACHINE ROOM WIRING 15. INSTALLATION OF TOP MOST CAR GUIDE / CWT PLUMB LINES. COMMISSIONING FOR SERVICE DRIVE. INmALCOMMISSIONING TO RUN THE MACHINE 17. SHAFT & PIT ELECTRIFICATION 20.

7. 6.check overall dimensions of lift shaft. Water proofing of pit 5. Open the packing cases and shift the materials to the store room and machine room after Checking as per packing slip. 2. 4. Required stru8. Set the template inside the lift shaft at the top m o s t position. Providing the standby power and transfer switch signals to the lift machine room. Hoisting beam at machine room as per drawing. Providing the signals and machine room terminal strips from fire alarm system to each lift machine roam to initiate automatic return of l i f t s under fire condition and providing the signal which inform that the fire is &om which floor. Machine room floors. Painting of lift machine room wall. Adequate lighting inside the shaft and machine room. Clean the lift pit.07 & 5. 6. shaft and machine room. 18. 3. cutout a t machine room and in lift shaft as per drawing. Drop the plumbs and check the measurements of the shaft. 3. pit. Machine room access door as per drawing. 3.Project: X4FD Parcels 5. 9. 5. 12. 2.08 General Method Statement for Mini&mce Elevators 1. Providing the e m p t y conduit with draw wires required to interconnect security room remote control devices to lift machine room and lift shafts. 5. Providing switched socket-outletin pit. Providing signals to indicate whether power is from normal or emergency supplies. 2. 15. landing raw openings and Machine room. Singlephase power supply near the lift shaft at every landing level. 17. WORK TO BE DONE BY MAIN CONTRACTOR 1. Providing cranage and hoisting facility for lift equipment's. Lockable storage space for materials and tools. Hoarding and protective screening to seal off shaft entrances at all floors. Machine room air-conditioning and lighting 1 1. enclosures and roo& as per drawing 4. 1. 4. 16. counterweight and clear opening and mark the lines on the shaft walls wherever applicable. Drill necessary holes on shaft entrance wall to draw cables for fixing Hall button and signal equipment's as per drawing. ceiling and floors. Providing shaft and pit lighting. Providing necessary isolated switch for single and three-phase power supply with earthing at lift machine room. 14. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS CO-ORDINATION WORK WITH OTHER SECTION -l_ l I - - Providing storage hility and lockable storeroom for lift materials near the lift shaft. All the entrance openings to be covered suitably fir safety purposes Page 4 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . DETAIL OF WORK 1 ------------ .---. (Plumb chart) Decide the centerline o f car. machine room and security room for EMC 13. Concrete and s t r u d work for lift hoistwap. General site survey . 10. Painting of machine room walls.

Once it reaches the maximum load the hoist will trip and cannot operate further. 2. 4.036 page 82 to 84) Page 5 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . 6 Attach the lifting rope hook to the test bracket and check the hoist load test.0 7 h 5. Place the plumbing templates upside down on the floor of the machine (temporary) Machine room refer AM instructions 2. PIT INSTALLATION 1. Lift and fix the guide rails and fix it to brackets by guide clips and align the guide rails using the aligner. Adjust the plumbing template if necessary according to the plumbing table. Fill the plumbing table. Clean the f i r s t and second guide rails and fix the fish plates to the top of the guide rails. 3 Hang the pulley to the recommended hook or Beam. the walls with expander bolts.01. Fix the tension weight in position as per Layout drawing and ahgn. 3. FIRST GUIDE RAIL AND 2" LEVEL OF GUIDE RAIL ---------------------------------------------------------------- 1. PLUMBING THE GROUP ELEVATORS For group elevators refer attached instructions. Construct temporary scaffolding to a height of 5mts and install the guide brackets and guide rails as before and align the guide rails. (If wrong change the supply terminals for proper direction) 5 Fix the hoist test bracket at Ground floor level inside lift shaft. For long travel or windy conditions stabilize the weights using water / oil buckets.l. 7. INSTALLATION OF TENSION WEIGHT OF THE COMPENSATION ROPE. Now lower the hoist by pressing the DN button the hoist motor will reset automatically. by pressing the UP button £tom the hoist pendent slowly. Remove the temporary scaffolding. Tie the plumb wire back using the securing holes. Secure the template on the machine room floor.Project: KAFD Parcels 5. Hoist the tension weight in the lift well and lower it to the pit. 4 Check the direction of the hoist. 6. Attach the diverter pulley to the hoist rope. Position the counterweight template to its approximate position 3. 5. 5. Add wooden blocks under the sheave. Measure the lift well at each floor. (Refer to instruction AM-01 . Lower the lifting rope and power supply cable from top landing to the bottom landing. 2. 4. 8. 9. 1. INSTALLATION OF THE HOIST AND HOIST TEST. Lower the plum lines using the outside holes dia. till the hoist rope gets full tension and load. M a r k the guide bracket location as per layout drawing fiom the plumb lines and f i x the brackets on -.08 General Method Statement for MiniSlrxlce Elevators PLUMBING ----------1.5mm use lightweights.

-------.07 & 5. Hoist the tension weight and lower it the pit and connect it to the fucing bracket. If twist is noticed.Project: M D Parcels 5. Check the floor is horizontal on all planes. Lift the bottom beam over the guide rails and lower it on to the supporting clamps. Position the floor to the landing plumb lines. Fix the OSG on the machine room floor according to the Layout drawing and check the verticality and check the direction of rotation. Check oil level. lower both ends of the rope to the pit and tie it to the guide bracket. align sling. Tripping speed must not Exceed I d s .08 General Method Statement for MiniSpce Elevators INSTALLATION OF OVER SPEED GOVERNOR TENSION WEIGHT. Fix the bracket to the guide rail and align the tension weight. Li&the car floor in the sling and lower on to the bottom beam. INSTALLATION OF CAR FfLOOR ---------------------------------. Install scaffolding to a suitable height. CAR BUFFER --------------- Lift the buffer and lower it to the pit floor. Lift the top beam in place and fix the top beam to the uprights. If need build up scaffolding for access to sling upper beam fixing. Fix the bottom roller guides and temporary sliding guide shoes on the sling top beam. Feed OSG rope over the governor. Repeat the same process for the other side. Fit the isolation profdes to the bottom beam and align. Adjust the tension weight switch and check the operation of the switch. Remove the wedge wood and check for the twist in the sling.(with correct size bolts) Wedge the sling with wooden blocks to centralize and square the sling. (Remove the lock screws) Fit the traveling cable hanger. Lift the sling up-rghts and fix the lower end to the sling bottom beam and secure it with Correct size bolts. (also ensure you have access to pit floor afkr installing the car floor ) Assemble safety gear blocks and compensation rope fixings to the sling bottom beam. Mark the position of the buffer on pit floor and f u r it to the floor by means of anchor bolts. --------- SAFETY GEAR Feed one end of the OSG rope around tension pulley in pit and secure the rope to the safety gear a r m . Page 6 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . INSTALLATION OF TEMPORARY OVERSPEED GOVERNOR Check the data of the safety device (EEC type certification). Install the buffer supports. Install and secure car-supporting clamps on the guide rails. (If necessary top-up) SLING INSTALLATION -------. Align the buffer for verticality and its position.

036 page 117 to 122. (Refer to instruction AM-01.08 GeneralMethod Statement for MiniSmce Elevators Install the tension weight and lock with lock plates. Remove the c a r imtaktion clamp fkom guide rails. Instal1 the safety pedal on the working platform and connect the rope from safety gear a r m to the pedal. Assemble the PROTECTZVE ROOF of the working platform. Lift the floor assembly on to the sling top beam and fix it with heavyduty clips or with ikteners. Operate saf&y gear arm by hand and check the safety jaws gripping at the same time.01. Check the operation of the safety gear daily. Assemble sidepieces and intermediate bars. Fix the floor plates to the floor support s t r u e and fix the kick plates. handrail support and the roof support bars.Project: KAFD Parcels 5. (Ihe working p W r m is stationary the safety gear must always engage and hold the working pladbrm.01. Check the operation of the safety gear. If not adjust the synchronization rod. then fix the front and rear bars to the sidepieces and intermediate bars. (Refer to instruction AM-01. and take the hoist hook and attach to the fixing under the slmg top beam. then fix the diagonal supports.07 & 5.) Page 7 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . Release the sa&y gear and hang the car by operating the hoist pendent.129 to 132) A'ITACHINCI THEl HOIST TO THE SLING / SAFFTY PEDAL INSTALLATION 7 -------------------------------------------------- Lower the main installation hoist to the working platform floor and attach the hoist to the car sling top beam. Route the cable and power supply cafefilly. Install vertical.036 page 13 1 & 132) ASSEMBLE TI-EWORKING PLATFORM / INSTALLATION OF PROTECTIVE ROOF.

Align the firame and lift the M e and tie it to guide rail brackets. Fix the top roller guide shoes. Engage the safety gear and connect the sa&ty I parkingchain. Align the joint. I . Lower the sliding clamp and remove it. L i f t the CWT frame and place it between guide rails slowly.Project: KA.08 General Method Statement-for M i n i c e Elevators CAR GUIDE INSTALLATION (INTERMEDIATE FLOORS) Locate the working platform to a suitable height to fix the guide rail joints.l?D Parcels 5. Raise the CWT M e and fit the bottom roller guide shoes. " While installing the top most car guide rail the protective roof of the working platform is to be removed temporarily. CWTAND CWT GUIDE INSTAUAITON ---------------- r-. Install the 4 lowest CWT guide brackets roughly in position. Reinstall the protective roof of the working pla&rm.r ---------------Mark the center line of the guides on t o the rear wall using a radius stick. Continue the car guide htallation as before and align the guide mils. Continue the CWT guide rail installation from the car floor and working platform until a l l the CWT guide rails have been installed. (Ifnecessary top. Ensure aligner can move when platfbrm is raised or lowered. Page 8 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . check the DBG. Lift the next guide rail and place the guide rail in position and fix the guide rail to the fishplate and hand tighten the bolts and nuts. Set the alignment tool and align the guide rails. . Locate the working p l h r m to the next wall furiag bracket level. (The remove the plumbing template) CWTPLUMBUNE. lift the first CWT guide rail and f i x it to the guide brackets with correct guide clips. Mark the center line and mark the CWT plumb lines position as per layout drawing and check the distance between the plumb line position and hang the plumb lines to the pit. (Do not i n s t a l lthe upper-most guide rails) INSTALLATION OF TOPMOST CAR GUIDES AND CWT PLUMBLINES . Install buffer supports and check oil level of the buffer.up) Transport the CWT frame to the lift well entrance. Rest the aligner on the brackets. Fix the guide rail to the bracket and align using the aligner.(Tighten the bolts and nuts) Attach the alignment tool support brackets to the working platform handrail.0 7 & 5. Install two angles 30Ox300x6mm to the rear wall at a convenient height to suspend the CWT guide lines. Lift and fit the CWT buffer in position and fix it to the pit floor with anchor bolts. Install the guide rails until the top of the lift well.

install sill and check the sill level and distance between sill and car guides. 3. (Check diagonally h r n sill center to cas:guide rails.Project: X t l F D Parcels 5. Install landing door and align. Install the trunking according to the layout drawing. (Install the entire floor landing doors working &om car floor and working platfbrm.) Install landing header support bracket and fix the header to the brackets and align. Position the machine with respect to rope drop center as per layout drawing. Protect doors against damages.08 General Method Statement for MiniSmce Elevators LANDING ENXUANCE AND LANDING DOORT --UIII-lll------h---Ol---U-. Fix the landing sill support brackets to the entrance wall and align. Page 9 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . MACHINE ROOM INSTAUATION MACHINE PLUMBING Fix the machine above the bedplate and align the machine. . by using the installation template for position and f i x the panels to the machine room floor with anchor bolts. inverter panel and main switch.ucate the control and inverter panel according to the machine room layout drawing. MACJlINE ROOM TRUNKING L. Knock out the holes in the trunking for the shaft penetrations. (for traveling cables and shaft bundles ) Lay the necessary cables inside the trunking between controller. Finished floor level markings at all the landings 2. Protect water and foreign particle entering i n t o the lift shaft.- Mark the centre line of entrances with respect to the entrance plumb lines.07 & 5. WORKS TO BE DONE BY MAIN CONTRACTOR --I-UU----IIU-UI----U--------- - 1.

Attach rope end to counterweight. 5. 1. Remove the protective roof.Project: KAFD Parcels 5. Place the rope drum on car floor. Check the motor operation with predefined resolver angle. Allow rope to hang in pit floor clear of pit floor. 2 3 4 5 6 Load the EleCard Check the tach0 and resolver polarity. Check all the wnnections are done according to the wiring diagrams. 6. 7. Insert the instahtion plugs. 4. Check the connections ofthe tachometers and installation plugs. Drive down to lowest floor. 3. Page 10 of 1 3 Date: 06/04/10 . 6. @$. 2. 5. Check the emergency drive unit is c o n n d .08 General Method Statement-far MiniSmce EIevators INITIAL COMMISSIONING TO RUN MACHINE Before switching on the power for the first time remove all the kses fiom the control panel and check the following. Checkthemaximumtorque Check the outcome of the tachometer. Feed rope end over the machine. Fix car side end Ropes. make initial adjustment of resolver angle ROPING -----1. If the motor does not operate correctly. Install the rope back to OSG pulley. Check the main supply and motor supply cable are properly connected and tightened. Drive to the top of the lift well 4. 1.07 & 5.adjust the following r . Install the permanent OSG and check the verticality and align.lay& drawing) 10. and remove the temporary OSG. A INSTALLAlTON OFP-NT OlXR SPEED GOKERNOR Remove the OSG rope f r o m the governor pulley. Position the c a r floor correct height for the roping. (Ensure the ropes does not twist each other) 9. Repeat the same for all the rope. 8. 3. T u r n paver on and connect all fuses . 2.. Ensure the earth wire is properly connected.

Lift the rear part of the car roof f Fasten the roof to the wall panels by the rapid nuts installed earlier. Install the lifting eyes to the car roof C Install the rapid nuts to the c profile and tighten the lifting eyes. Install the car door. Route and connect the car & counter-weight buffer contact cables to the shaft bundle. Check the alignment and couple doors together. Install the car door header to the fiont panel and align. Route the cables through the hole in the trunking.-. a r roof according to the drawing. Fix the walls one after the other to the car floor ensure that side panels front edge is flush with car floor front edge. and install the transom panel between the front walls with bolts. Check the height with respect to car sill. Feed and tie the cables in to the trunking with cable ties. Continue the installation of shaft bundles until the lowest landing floor.R DOOR INSTALLATION Assemble the side panels if it is divided and ensure the panels edges are flush. ( protect against sharp edges using the openable plastic sleeves ) Open the holes in the trunking for the branch cables and the Kone IDC connector. and lock the Kone IDC connector in the correct position. -.Project: KAFD Parcels 5. ( check the voltage level correctly ) SHAFT ELECTRIFICATION --------------------------------- Install the trunking and conduit according to the lift well layout drawings. route and connect the cables to the shaft bundle. Unpack the controller ends of the shaft cables on the car floor and bring the ends to the controller. Fix the back plates in the wall joints with self-drilling screws for all the walls. Route and connect the over speed governor rope tension weight contact cables to the shaft bundle. -------------------------------------- CAR ELECTRIFICATION 62 SHAFT ELECTRIFICATION Fix the car top connection box to the car roof with T-bolts. cross dimension should be less than 2mm. As per the wiring diagram route a l l the cables to connection box and connect it. u s t and place it on to the top edge of the wall panels. Page 11of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . PIT WIRING --------- Fix the pit stop switch power supply. This is important because otherwise the wall panel edges may rattle against the roof. Ensure the top edge of the sidewall panels are behind the edge of the roof plate. Place a l l the covers of the connection boxes and trunking. Fix the front walls with bolts.07 & 5. Fix the car doorsill to the car floor and check the level of the sill and the clearance with landing sill. Check the clear height and opening.08 GeneralMethod Statementfor MiniSmce Elevators CARAND C2.

car and shaft wiring. Open the brake and see ifthe machinery rotates. Fix and connect Intercom. until you are sure that The car and cwt are balanced. BALANCING OF THE CAR AND COUNTERWEIGHT n --------------------------------------- Drive the car in the middle of the lift well. (Be careful while releasing the brakes. Fix the Fan. Do the car flooring. Check a l l connections of the controller. Fix the COP and align Fix the hand free intercom in COP and check.07 & 5. Check the power supply and run the lift in service drive mode. SIGNALISATION. Check a l l electrical and mechanical deties. Check the parameters d t h e drive system. . Drive the car and cwt to the same height in the lift well. light and f i x the False ceiling and align. (Should not rotate if car and cwt are at same level) Drive the car little upwards. Add extra filler weights to the car correspondto 50% of nominal load. 1 Add or remove filler weights if necessary. -------~~ ---- ~~ ----- ~ --------- ~~ Balance the car and counterweight Remove temporpry over speed governor and i n s t a l l permanent over speed governor Ensure correct tightness of all fkteners. (Ensure the direction of UPDN) . CAR DECORATION --------------Fix the car decoration panels and align. I . ) In both direction the o t a t e s . Check the resolver angle. (Ensure the fixing verticality) Fix the Alarm and connect. Check the Tacho polarity. Fix the handrails and mirror inside the car.--. Release the brake for a while and check ifthe machinery r Drive the car little down and release the brake and check. - Fix the Indicators and landing c a l l station and do the connections. Do the wiring and connection for Fireman's switch and f i x it.08 General Method Statement for MiniSmce Elevators COMMISSIONING FOR SERVICE DRIVE. Check the earthing and insulation of all circuits. If the car moves do not let it over speed) Page 12 of 13 D a t e :06/04/10 . sequence. ) Machine should not rotate. Put the remaining filler weights in to the CWT fiame fiom car roof.Project: KAFD Parcels 5.

Training for employer's representatives will be given about the operation and general IWnkmnce of elevators before hand over. If any snags observed rectify with time limit and call for reinspeation " HANDOVER THE LIFT FOR BENIFICIAL USE " DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING. goggles. Good condition of tackles and tools used. Proper lighting in and around the installation area. Use of personal safety equipment like safety shoes. 5. ADJUST LOAD WEIGHING DEVICE MAKE THE SHAFT SETUP DRIVE RUN THE LIJ!T IN NORMAL DRIVE - SAFETY INSPECTION AND HANDOVER Conduct safety inspection as per the format enclosed.08 General Method Statement for MiniSmce Elevators COMMISSIONING FOR NORMAL SPEED Ensure before running the lift in normal speed the following works to be completed in service mode operation. Car door operation and linking with landing doors. 6. Useofwarningsigns. gloves etc. SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 1. First-aid equipment. r. 1. 3. l l the shaft accessoriesto be cleaned. Safety barrier to be located for a l l openings.Project: K t l F D Parcels 5.07 & 5. 2. helmets. 4. Page 1 3 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . 7. Proper and clear access t o the site. Runby clesrrance Loading of coulrter weight Check the equal tension on main ropes. Guide rails and a Align and adjust all shaft switches Check the car and cwt. sa&ty belts.

Project: W D -Parcels 5. Page 1 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 .S. General Method Statement for Mod-pace Elevators METHOD STATEMENT for The installation of Monospace Lifts KONE -AREECO JEDDAH K.A.08.07 & 5.

K.07 & 5.A.Project: W D -Parcels 5. Page 2 of 1 3 Date: 06/04/10 .S. LIFTS CONTRACTOR : MIS. CLIENT : KAFD CONTRACTOR : Saudi Constructioneers Est. General Method Statement fbr Monosme Elevators PROJECT : KAFD Parcels 5.07 & 5.08.08 LOCATION : Riyadh. KONE -AREECO.

FIRST GUIDE RAIL AND 2d LEVEL GUIDE RAIL 5. PIT INSTALLATION 6. CAR & CAR DOOR INSTALLATION 19. BALANCING OF CAR & COUNTERWEGHT 22.08. FORMATS Page 3 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . INSTALLATION OF TRAVELLING CABLE 16. INSTALLATION OF WORKING PLATFORM / PROTECTIVE ROOF 10. General Method Statement for MonoSvace Elevators CONTENTS 1. ATTACHING THE HOIST TO SLING / SAFETY PEDAL 1 1. SHAFT & PIT ELECTRIFICATION 20. INSTALLATION OF HOIST AND HOIST TEST 4. SLING INSTALLATION 7. CAR GUIDE INSTALLATION (INTERMEDIATE FLOORS) & REPOSITIONING THE TEMPLATES (STAGED INSTALLATION) 12. INSTALLATION OF TEMPORARY OVER SPEED GOVERNOR 9.07 dt 5. COMMISSIONING FOR NORMAL SPEED 23. INITIAL COMMISSIONING TO RUN THE MACHINE 17. LANDING ENTRANCE & LANDING DOORS 14. INSTALLATION OF CAR FLOOR 8. INSTALLATION OF TOP MOST CAR GUIDE 1CWT PLUMB LINES. MACHINE INSTALLATION & MACHINE ROOM WIRING 15.Project: W D -Parcels 5. CAR. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS 2. PLUMBING 3. ROPING & PERMANENT OVER SPEED GOVERNOR 18. CWT GUIDE INSTALLATION 13.SIGNALISTION & CAR DECORATION 21. COMMISSIONING FOR SERVICE DRIVE. QUALITY INSPECTION & HAND OVER 24.

. 4. 4. Providing shaft and pit lighting..Project: XAFD. General Method Statement for Monospace Elevators 1.. Providing the empty conduit with draw wires required to interconnect security room remote control devices to lift machine room and lift shafts.. Providing the signals and machine room terminal strips from fire alarm system to each lift machine room to initiate automatic return of lifts under fire condition and providing the signal which inform that the fire is from which floor.... shaft and machine room..... 18. Hoisting beam at machine room as per drawing. 7. Required structural cutout at machine room and in lift shaft as per drawing.. 9. 1. Hoarding and protective screening to seal off shaft entrances at a 6.. Drop the plumbs and check the measurements of the shaft.. Machine room air-conditioning and lighting 11. Single-phase power supply near the lift shaft at every landing level. 14.... Lockable storage space for materials and tools. Providing cranage and hoisting facility for lift equipment's.. Providing necessary isolated switch for single and three-phase power supply with earthing at lift machine room. 5.... Concrete and structural work for lift hoistways.... Drill necessary holes on shaft entrance wall to draw cables for fixing Hall button and signal equipment's as per drawing. 17.... 2..... pit. Providing signals to indicate whether power is from normal or emergency supplies... Water proofing of pit l l floors... Machine room access door as per drawing......... 10. 12.. 3. Open the packing cases and shift the materials to the store room and machine room after Checking as per packing slip.. 6.. 2... 15.. General site survey . enclosures and roofs as per drawing 4. WORK TO BE DONE BY MAIN CONTRACTOR ---------------------------------------------------------- 1. DETAIL OF WORK ... Providing the standby power and transfer switch signals to the lift machine room... Clean the lift pit....... 5.... I -... Adequate lighting inside the shaft and machine room.Parcels 5. Providing storage facility and lockable storeroom for lift materials near the lift shaft. landing raw openings and Machine room.07 & 5... Painting of machine room walls... 16.. 8.....- 2. machine room and security room for EMC 13. _.. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS CO-ORDINATION WORK WITH OTHER SECTION .. Providing switched socket-outlet in pit.... Machine room floors. Set the template inside the lift shaft at the top most position. (Plumb chart) Decide the centerline of car.. All the entrance openings to be covered suitably for safety purposes Page 4 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . 3.. Painting of lift machine room wall..... counterweight and clear opening and mark the lines on the shaft walls wherever applicable.. ceiling and floors.08... 3..check overall dimensions of lift shaft. 5..

by pressing the UP button from the hoist pendent slowly.Parcels 5. 4. Tie the plumb wire back using the securing holes. Fix the tension weight in position as per Layout drawing and align.01. Add wooden blocks under the sheave. INSTALLATION OF TENSION WEIGHT OF THE COMPENSATION ROPE. For long travel or windy conditions stabilize the weights using water I oil buckets. Adjust the plumbing template if necessary according to the plumbing table. Now lower the hoist by pressing the DN button the hoist motor will reset automatically. Remove the temporary d o l d i n g . 1. 3 Hang the pulley to the recommended hook or Beam. Hoist the tension weight in the lift well and lower it to the pit.Project: XAFD. (Refer to instruction AM-01. Secure the template on the machine room floor. Clean the first and second guide rails and f i x the fish plates to the top of the guide rails. Lower the lifting rope and power supply cable fiom top 2.08. 1. Measure the lift well at each floor. PLUMBING THE GROUP ELEVATORS P I For group elevators refer attached instructions. 5. Attach the diverter pulley to the hoist rope.5mm use lightweights. till the hoist rope gets full tension and load. Once it reaches the maximum load the hoist will trip and cannot operate further. 1. Fill the plumbing table. General Method Statement for MomSvace Elevators PLUMBING Place the plumbing templates upside down on the floor of the machine (temporary) W h i n e room refer AM instructions Position the counterweight template to its approximate position Lower the plum lines using the outside holes dia. 1 to the bottom landing. PIT INSTALLATION 1. 3. Lift and fix the guide rails and fix it to brackets by guide clips and align the guide rails using the aligner. INSTALLATION OF THE HOIST AND HOIST TEST. (Ifwrong change the supply terminals for proper direction) 5 Fix the hoist test bracket at Ground floor level inside lift shaft.07 & 5. 6 Attach the lifting rope hook to the test bracket and check the hoist load test. 4 Check the direction of the hoist. M a r k the guide bracket location as per layout drawing fiom the plumb lines and fix the brackets on the w a l l s with expander bolts.036 page 82 to 84) Page 5 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . FIRST GUIDE RAIL AND 2" LEVEL OF GUIDE RAIL ------------------------------------- /-. 2. Construct temponvy d o l d i n g to a height of 5mts and i n s t a l lthe guide brackets and guide rails as before and align the guide rails.

(Ifmxssarytop-up) . Align the buffer for verticality and i t s position. Mark the position of the buffer on pit floor and fix it to the floor by means of anchor bolts. Fit the isolation profiles to the bottom beam and align. If t w i s t is noticed.07 & 5. INSTALLATION OF CAR FLOOR ----------------/. Lift the car floor in the sling and lower on to the battom beam. Repeat the same process for the ather side.Project: KAFD-Parcels 5. SLING INSTALLATION ---------Install s d l d i n g to a suitable height. Tripping speed m u s t not Exceed lmls. Position the floor to the landing plumb lines.(with correct size bolts) Wedge the sling with wooden blocks to centrake and square the sling. INSTALLATION OF TEMPORARY OVERSPEED GOVERNOR Check the data of the safety device (EEC type certification). Adjust the tension weight switch and check the operation of the switch. Remove the wedge wood and check for the twist in the sling. Check oil level. ' .08. Fix the OSG on the machine room floor according to the Layout drawing and check the verticality and check the direction of rotation. align sling. Feed OSG rope over the governor. Fix the bottom roller guides and temporary sliding guide shoes on the sling top beam. (Remove the lock screws) Fit the traveling cable hanger. I n s t a l land secure car-supporting clamps on the guide rails. If need build up scaffolding for access to sling upper beam furing. Lift the battom beam over the guide rails and lower it on to the supporting clamps. Hoist the tension weight and lower it the pit and connect it to the fixing bracket. I n s t a l lthe buffer supports. lower both ends of the rope to the pit and tie it to the guide bracket. General Method Statement-for MonoSvace Elevators INSTALLATION OF OVER SPEED GOVERNOR TENSION WEIGHT. Page 6 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 SAFETY GEAR . (also ensure you have access to pit floor after installing the car floor ) Assemble safety gear blocks and compensation rope fixings to the sling bottom beam. ----------Feed one end of the OSG rope around tension pulley in pit and secure the rope to the safety gear arm. Lift the top beam in place and fix the top beam to the uprights. Fix the bracket to the guide rail and align the tension weight. Lift the sling up-nghts and fix the lower end to the sling batfom beam and secure it with Correct size bolts. Check the floor is horizontal on a l l planes. CAR BUFFER ------ Lift the buffer and lower it to the pit floor.

Parcels 5. Remove the car installation clamp f r o m guide rails. Route the cable and power supply carefully. Lift the floor assembly on to the sling top beam and f i x it with heavyduty clips or with fasteners. Release the safety gear and hang the car by operating the hoist pendent. Install the safety pedal on the working p W o m and connect the rope k m safety gear arm to the pedal. handrail support and the roof support bars.08. (Refer to instruction AM-01. then fix the front and rear bars to the sidepieces and intermediate bars. and take the hoist hook and attach to the fixing under the sling top beam. Check the operation of the safety gear daily. General Method Statement for MonoSvace Elevators Install the tension weight and lock with lock plates. Fix the floor plates to the floor support structure and i k the kick plates. Check the operation of the safety gear.) Page 7 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 .07 & 5. (Refer to instruction AM-01. then f i x the diagonal supports. (The working platform is stationary the safety gear must always engage and hold the working platform.01. operate safety gear a r m by hand and check the safkty jaws gripping at the same time. Assemble the PROTECTNE ROOF of the working platfbrm.036page 117 to 122.Project: XAFD. ----------------------------------------------- - Assemble sidepieces and intermediate bars. If not adjust the synchronization rod. Install vertical.129 to 132) ATTACHING THE HOIST TO THE SLING / SAFETY PEDAL INSTALLATION Lower the main installation hoist to the working platform floor and attach the hoist to the car slim toD beam.01.036 page 131 & 132) ASSEMBLE THE WORKING PLATFORM 1 INSTALLATION OF PROTECTIVE ROOF.

Conthe the car guide installation as before and align the guide rails. Mark the center line and mark the CWT plumb lines position as per layout drawing and check the distance between the plumb line position and hang the plumb lines to the pit. check the DBG. @o not i n s t a l lthe upper-most guide rails) P INSTALLATION OF TOPMOST CAR GUIDES AND CWT PLUMBLINES -------------------------While installing the top most car guide rail the protective roof of the working platform is to be removed temporarily. Reinstall the protective roof of the working platform. Set the alignment tool and align the guide rails. Engage the sat'ety gear and connect the safety 1 parlangchain. (If necessary top. Lift and fit the CWT buffer in position and f i x it to the pit floor with anchor bolts. Lift the CWT frame and place it between guide rails slowly. (The remove the plumbing template) CWTPLUMB- -------------- Mark the center line of the guides on to the rear wall using a radius stick. -.08. CWTAND CWT GULDE INSTAUATION ------------------ .Project: KAFD. Fix the top roller guide shoes. Install the guide rails until the top of the lift well. Ensure aligner can move when platform is raised or lowered. Continue the CWT guide rail installation fiom the car floor and working platform until all the CWT guide rails have been installed. Lift the next guide rail and place the guide rail in position and fix the guide rail to the fishplate and hand tighten the bolts and nuts.07 & 5. Align the joint.Parcels 5. Fix the guide rid to the bracket and align using the aligner. Align the frame and lift the frame and tie it to guide rail brackets. lift the first CWT guide rail and fix it to the guide brackets with correct guide clips. Page 8 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . Install two angles 30Ox300x6mm to the rear wall at a convenient height to suspend the CWT guide lines. Lower the sliding clamp and remove it. Install the 4 lowest CWT guide brackets roughly in position. Install buffer supports and check oil level of the buffer. Raise the CWT frame and fit the bottom roller guide shoes. General Method Statement for MonoS_paceElevators CAR GUIDE INSTALLATION (INTERMEDIATE FLOORS) Locate the working platform to a suitable height to f i x the guide railjoints. Rest the aligner on the brackets. Locate the working platform to the next wall fixing bracket level.(Tighten the bolts and nuts) Attach the alignment tool support brackets to the working platform bandrail.up) Transport the CWT to the lift well entrance.

(for traveling cables and shaft bundles ) Lay the necessary cables inside the trunking between controller. Protect doors against damages. General Method Statement for MorwSuace Elevators LANDING E N M C E AND LANDING DOORS Mark the centre line of entrances with respect to the entrance plumb lines.08. WORKS TO BE DONE BY MAIN CONTRACTOR 1. Fix the landing sill support brackets to the entrance wall and align.) Install landing header support bracket and f i x the header to the brackets and align. by using the installation template for position and f i x the panels to the machine room floor with anchor bolts. Page 9 of 13 Date: 06/04/10 . (Install the entire floor landing doors working from car floor and working platform. ----------------------------------------- 3. ) C m m ------------------------------------ ROOM INSTALLATION MACHINE PLUMBING Fix the machine above the bedplate and align the machine.Project: KAFD. Install landing door and align. 1 z 4 . Finished floor level markqy at all the landings 2. inverter panel and main switch. MACHINE ROOM TRUNKING . Knock out the holes in the trunking for the shaft pene$rations. I n s t a l lthe trunking accordmg to the layout drawing. install sill and check the sill level and distance between sill and car guides. Locate the control and inverter panel according to the machine room layout drawing.07 & 5. . (Check diagonally from sill center to car guide rails. Protect water and foreign particle entering into the lift shaft. Position the machine with respect to rope drop center as per layout drawing.Parcels 5.

Project: KAFD- Parcels 5.07 & 5.08. General Method Statement-for MomSmce Elevators

INITIAL COMMISSIONING TO RUN MACHINE
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Before switching on the power for the first time remove all the fuses from the control panel and check the following. 1. Ensure the earth wire is properly connected. 2. Check all the connections are done according to the wiring diagrams. 3. Check the main supply and motor supply cable are properly connected and tightened. 4 . Check the emergency drive unit is connected. 5. Insert the instahtion plugs.
6. Check the connections of the tachometers and installation plugs.

T u r n power on and connect all fuses ,adjust the following
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Load the EleCard

Check the tach0 and resolver polarity. Check the maximum torque Check the outcome of the tachometer. 5 Check the motor operation with p r e d e f i i resolver angle. 6 If the motor does not operate correctly, make i n i t i a ladjustment of resolver angle

ROPING
1. Remove the protective roof. 2. Place the rope dnun on car floor. 3. Drive to the top of the lift well 4. Feed rope end over the machine. 5. Attach rope end to counterweight. 6. Drive down to lowest floor. 7. Allow rope to hang in pit floor clew of pit floor. 8. Repeat the same for all the rope. @mure the ropes does not twist each other) 9. Position the car floor correct height for the roping. (Ref.laysut drawing) 10. Fix car side end Ropes..

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IiMSTAiUAlTON OFP-NT

OWR SPEED W VEXNOR

Remove the OSG rope from the governor pulley, and remove the temporary OSG. Install the permanent OSG and check the verticality and align. Install the rope back to OSG pulley.

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Project: W D -Parcels 5.07 & 5.08.
General Method Statement-fbr MonoSmce Elevators

CARAND CXR DOOR INSTALCAZTON
Assemble the side panels if it is divided and ensure the panels edges are flush. Fix the back plates in the wall joints with self-drilling screws for all the walls. Fix the walls one after the other to the car floor ensure that side panels fiont edge is flush with car floor fkont edge. Install the rapid nuts to the car roof according to the drawing. Install the lifting eyes to the car roof C profile and tighten the lrtting eyes. L i f t the rear part of the car roof first and place it on to the top edge of the wall panels. Fasten the roof to the wall panels by the rapid nuts installed earlier. Ensure the top edge of the sidewall panels are behind the edge of the roof plate. T h i s is important because otherwise the wall panel edges may rattle against the roof.

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rur the fkont walls with bolts, and install the transom panel between the fkont walls with bolt.. Check the clear height and opening, cross dimension should be less than 2mm. Fix the car doorsill to the car floor and check the level of the sill and the clearance with landing sill.
Iastall the car door header to the front panel and align. Check the height with respect to car sill. Install the car door. Check the alignment and couple doors together.

CAR ELECTRIFICATION & SHAFT ELECTRIFICATION
Fix the car top connection box to the car roof with T-bolts. As per the wiring diagram route all the cables to connection box and connect it. ( check the voltage level correctly )

SHAFT ELECTRIFICATION

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Install the trunluag and conduit according to the lift well layout drawings. Unpack the controller ends of the shaft cables on the car floor and bring the ends to the controller. ( protect against sharp edges using the openable plastic sleeves ) Open the holes in the t r d i n g for the branch cables and the Kone IDC connector. Feed and tie the cables in to the aunking with cable ties, and lock the Kone IDC connector in the correct position. Route the cables through the hole in the trunking. Continue the installation of shaft bundles until the lowest landing floor.

PIT WIRING

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Fix the pit stop switch power supply, route and connect the cables to the shaft bundle. Route and connect the car & counter-weight buffer contact cables to the shaft bundle. Route and connect the over speed governor rope tension weight contact cables to the shaft bundle. Place all the covers of the connection boxes and tnmkhg.

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Project: KAFD- Parcels 5.07 & 5.08.
General Method Statement for MonoSmce Elevators

COMMISSIONING FOR SERVICE DRIVE.
Balance the car and counterweight
Remove temporary over speed governor and install permanent over speed governor Ensure correct tightness of a l l fhsteners. Check a l l connections of the controller, car and shaft wiring. Check all electrical and mechanical safeties. Check the earthing and insulation of a l l circuits. Check the parameters of the drive system. Check the resolver angle. Check the Tacho polarity. Check the power supply and run the lift in service drive mode. (Ensure the direction of UPIDN)

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SIGNALISATION. ----Fix the Indicators and landing call station and do the connections, sequence. (Ensure the fdng verticality) Fix the Alarm and connect. Do the wiring and connection for Fireman's switch and fix it. Fix and connect Intercom.

CAR DECORATION

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Fix the car decoration panels and align. Fix the Fan, light and fix the False ceiling and align. Fix the COP and align Fix the hand fiee intercom in COP and check. Fix the handrails and mirror inside the car. Do the car flooring.

BALANCING OF THE CAR AND COUNTERWEIGHT Drive the car in the middle of the lift well. Put the remaining filler weights in to the CWT h m e h m car roof. Add extra filler weights to the car correspond to 50?4 of nomid load. Drive the car and cwt to the same height in the lift well. Open the brake and see ifthe machinery rotates. (Should not ratate if car and cwt are at same level) Drive the car little upwards. ) In both direction the Release the brake for a while and check ifthe machinery rotates. ) Machine should not rotate. Drive the car little down and release the brake and check. 1 Add or remove filler weights ifnecessary, until you are mre that The car and cwt are balanced.

(Be careful while releasing the brakes. If the car moves do not let it over speed)

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. helmets. Car door operation and linking with landing doors. ADJUST LOAD WEIGHING DEVICE MAKE THE SHAFT SETUP DRlW RUN THE LIFT IN NORMAL DRIVE /- SAFETY INSPECTION AND HANDOVER ---------------- Conduct safety inspection as per the format enclosed.- Page 13 of 13 . . .Project: &ED. Good condition of tackles and tools used. . --. Runby cltxumce Loading of counter weight Check the equal tension on main rapes.. . . Proper lighting in and around the installation area. _ . Use of personal sa&ty equipment like safety shoes. . . 3. SAFETY REQUIREMENIS . goggles.: . safety belts. Align and adjust all shaft switches Check the car and cwt. gloves etc.Parceb 5. ' 1. First-aid equipment.08. . U s e . Training for employer's representatives will be given about the operation and general Maintenance of elevators before hand over. If any snags observed red@ with time limit and call for reinspection " HANDOVER THE LIFT FOR BENIFICIAL USE " DEMONSTRATION AND TRAINING. . Safety barrier to be located for all openings. . Ensure before running the lift in n o d speed the following works to be completed in service mode Guide rails and all the shaft accessories to be cleaned. . Proper and clear access to the site. - . . General Method Statement for MonoSwce Elevators COMMISSIONING FOR NORMAL SPEED --------------------operation. 5. 4. 2. 6.07 & 5. .- . 0 f w a r n i n g ~ . 7.. Date: 06/04/10 I ' > ' . 1.% . < .

KSA .METHOD STATEMENT FOR INSTALLATION OF ESCALATOR KONE Areeco Ltd.

. IV. SITE PREPARATION SHIFTING & ALIGNMENT OF ESCALATOR COMMISSIONING SAFETY REQUIREMENTS STANDARD TOOLS DRAWINGS Ill.CONTENTS I. VI. II. V.

3. Ensure opening and pit dimensions are as per drawing. Load hooks as per drawing. 3. WORKS TO BE DONE BY OTHERS: 1. Undisturbed clear area for the escalator passage. 2. Ensure correct positions of load hooks. Adequate lighting around the escalator area. . 2. 4. Scaffolding if required.1. Ensure clear area for the movement of escalator to enter from the main entrance to the escalator position.

2.11. Align the escalator for straightness and level. 3. move the escalator and place it on the the concrete supports with rubber isolations. 2. WORKS TO BE DONE BY OTHERS: 1. Finishing of areas around the escalator. 4. 5. SHIFTING & ALIGNMENT OF ESCALATOR 1. Lift the escalator from the trailor and position correctly near the entrance using mobile crane. Three phase power supply along with earthing on the top end of the escalator. Using chain hoists and tirfors. Clean the escalator. . Fix all the accessories and align.

" . Handrail tension / Camer Rollers. Key Switch: Correct function UP / DOWN (UP K1. 15.. 5.. . Free running of Hand Rail. . )- I. DOWN K2) 3. . . 12.. 9. Greasing of Grease fittings. 8. 7. 10 hours) 16.- A. Main Power Supply: Phase L1. Clearance between Step and Skirt Panel. 14.. . Check for abnormal noise. . . L3 in sequence. 4. free running through entry guides. Basic setting of Brake.COMMISSIONING OF ESCALATOR 1. 2. Check parameters on Frequency Transformer.. L2.. L . 11. Service Drive Box: Correct function UP / DOWN / STOP. Test running (approx. . :: . Check of Step Chain Truck System.-- 13.-. Step Chain tension 95 + 1 mm (only spring) 6. . Alignment of Steps. Oil level in Gear Box. Check all safety devices and correct indicating on Fault Finder.. 10.

Good condition of tools and tackles used. Use of warning signs. safety glasses etc. 3. 6.. Safety barrier for all openings. 5. . 4. 2. safety belts glouses. First aid equipment. Proper lighting in and around the installation area.IV SAFETY REQUIREMENTS 1. Use of personal safety equipments like safety shoes. 7. Proper & clear access to the site. helmets.

Detailed Component Description & Catalogue .

and moves between guides that are inclined vertically less than 15". that serves fixed levels. This means. Its EEC type examination number* for SGBO6 is TOV-A-AT-1/991008 CEFV and for SGB07 is TUV-A-AT-1/99/009 CEFV (TUV certificate CE408). . If the braking force is going too high. II Llft directive 95116EC This directive defines the safety requirements for the construction and the installation of durable established electrical and hydraulical operated passenger and goods passenger lifts. that the braking force is limited by disc spring loaded countewedges. the disc springs will be compressed and the countetwedges are decreasing the force.PROGRESSIVE TYPE SAFETY GEAR SGB06/-07 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION 1 GENERAL The SGBOG and the SGB07 are progressive safety gears with integrated mechanical servo.

. . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . .PROGRESSIVE W E SAFETY GEAR SGB06/-07 PRODUCT DESCRIPTION . . . . . . . . . -40. . . . . . . . . . . . .0 mls . . . . . . . . -20. . . . . . . . . .Minimum safety gear activating force . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .- 2 K m RANGE OF USE The safety gear can be used for all durable estalished electrical and hydraulical operated passenger and goods passenger lifts. . . . . . . . . . . 2100 +. . . max 95% 1+25"C . .Minimum mass to be gripped SGBOG . . . . . Fmin= 2 000 kg . . . . . . . . and moves between guides that are inclined vertically less than 15". . . . . . . .wmf SGBOG Duplex (LB=3) Figure 2. . . . . . . .+50°C care must be taken that there is no ice on the guide rails during normal run during storage . . . . Fmx= 19 230kg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . SGBO6 Duplex. . . . . . Vmax= 10. .88 . . . . . . . . lubrication prohibited SGB06107 Simplex (LB=Oor1) . . . . . . . . . that serves fixed levels. . . . . . .6 on page 5) SGB07 . v = 0 . . . . . . . . . . Structure of SGB06107 Simplex and SGBOG Duplex .03 mls . Fmin= 2 500 kg SGB07 . . tripping force of the govemor must be twice of the safety gear tripping force! . see section 7 on page 12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . Fmin= 9O O O k g Nominal speed range of the elevator . . 15. . . . . . . . . . . . .Allowed tripping force of over speed governor . . . . . . Fmax= 10 000 kg (Fmx see section 3. . . . .Maximum mass to be gripped SGBO6 . . . . . . . . . . . .. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32mm Minimum width of guide rail running surface. . . . . . . . 8. 30mm State of lubrication of guides. . . . . . . . . . . .250 N Min. . . . . .+70°C Air humidity . . . . . . . .. . . . . . Fmx = 6 249kg . . . . D SGBO6 Duplex. . . . . . .Temperature range during operation.. . . . . .Maximum over speed governor tripping speed . . . . max93%I+4O0C - Guide Rails SGBO6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Dimensions for all guide rails in mm I Tolerance I I Cold drawn: io.T-type guide rail and guide rail line Product description 2 DIMENSION Dirnenslons of T4uide rail Figure 1.25 T89lA 62 T89lB 62 T114B (' 88.25 T821B 68.9 Tl40-1/B 108 T140-218 102 T I 40-3/B 127 1) Used in Chi 2) Not in accordance with I S 0 7465:1997(E).9 T 1251B 82 T 127-218 88.75 65 T753lB (I 62 T82iA 68. Symbols Table 1.10 Machined: H. Tolerance I For selected guide rail types refer to TECHNICAL DATA SHEET .

T-type guide rail and guide rail line
Product description

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QUALITY Quality classes
Quallty classes A, B, and BE follow the 1507465:1997(E) standard.

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Straightness
The ratio BIA shall not be greater than the values given in table 4. Figure 3. Straightness

Table 4. Ratio
Guide type Cold drawn T50A Others A Machined B BE BIA max 0.0016 0.0014 0.0010 0.0004 a = the shortest length inspected, at least equal to 1 m A =the shortest length between the reference point and measuring point B =the maximum distance between the measuring point and reference plane

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T-type guide rail and guide rail line
Product description

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The twisting angle y, measured on a guide rail length of at least I rn, shall not be greater than the values given in table 5. Figure 4.

Table 5. Angles Guide type Cold drawn Others Machined T50A A B BE

Y 50'Irn 40'1rn 30'1rn 1 5'lm

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Table 6. Ra-values (pm) for the surface roughness Manufacturing method of guide rail Cold drawn (A) Machined (B) Machined Grade A B BE Direction of measurement 1
1.6-6.3 1.6 1.6

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1.6-6.3 3.2 1.6- 3.2

Surface roughness of the fishplate location surface of machined (B) guide rail Ra = 6,3 pm. Figure 7. Directions of measurement

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Centre opening AMDl door with Frame entrance. KONE AMP1 Two panel centre opening AMD-I door configuration is the most trafficefficient. KONE Sigma landing fixtures. allowing exit and entry even before the doors are fully open. The entrances form the structural interface ktween the building and the elevatar. . This configuration saves space and shaft width but is not as efficient operationally as centre opening door.KONE AM0 Doors and Entrances Door configurations The design of elevator doors and their surroundings is challenging. The KONE AMD doors are designed and engineered to meet these demands. and cbannel the pas%ngen between the land in^ and the elevator cars. For large cars or special applications_fourand six panel centre opening types are available KONE AMD-2 AMD-2 is a two panel side opening door. reliable and quiet doors minimize waiting time and improve convenience. durability and attractive sty1ing. plaster walls. lobby. combining safety. performance. m Elevator. The entrances must provide the passengers with safe. Fast. Smooth operation of the doors is important in the flow of passenger traffic. easy and iconvenient access to the etevatars and landing fixtures. Right. and entrance design has te meet both aestheticat and functional requirements.

Narrow Frame entrance. Left Centre opening AMDl door. helping to blend it with the lobby design. wall and floor finished in stone. Narrow Frame entrance with custom architrave.Narrow Frame Entrance The 50 mm wide Narrow Frame reduces the visual impact of the landing entrance. The entrancejambs can be finished either in the wall finish or in the door panel material.oiled and lacquered plywood walls with aluminum strips. Oval Delta Flushline landing fixtures Right: Side opening AMD2 door. wall and floor finished in stone. Delta Thinline landing fixtures . Narmw Frameentrance. stone floor. The flush or surface mounted landing fixtures are fixed to the wall. Delta Thinline landingfixtures Below: Centre opening AMD-1 door.

Sill alternatives: Standard sill with c w n ~trim f Narrow sill . - Recommended doorjamb and building interface types: Side frame Tap frame C-C D-D b y separale agreement .

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KONE E-Link" has an open interfaceto Building Management System. if needed. new and existing. KONE E-Link can also be retro-fitted as a stand-alone supervisory tool t o enhance the management of virtually any type of installations. traffic performance. reliability and efficiency of the elevators and escalators in your building. to allow easy integration to other facility management systems. and availability of elevators and escalators in the building.k t - A complete view at a glance KONE E-Link" enables you t o monitor your elevator and escalator systems in one or several buildings from one location. KONE E-Link" traffic displays and reports provide an accurate view of the transportation status. Additionally. demand. and the connected elevators and escalators can be monitored and managed using easy-to-usegraphical software running on a standard PC. as well as connected to non-KONE equipment. Maximizing performance The system uses the building's standard Local Area Network (IAN). It is a full-featured facilities management tool designed t o secure the best possible tenant service quality. 0 . This information helps you ensure that the elevators and escalators deliver the best possible performance at all times. -1 .

possible vandalism and troubleshooting Faster rescue of entrapped passengers Local and remote control and command of equipment.Faster reaction and control KONE E-link offers the following benefits: A - Real-timeview of equipment status locally and remotely Large building complexes or geographically (even globally) remote buildings can be monitored and managedfrom a single location Traffic history playback of elevator and escalator events for event history. scheduled commands like mode changes and lockings Reduces operating costs Easy integration with other facility management systems in the building Easy to use and intuitive user interface. . security and legal purposes Faster reaction to malfunctions. short learning curve even for occasional usen The facility manager has instant review of opeWod stahrs of dl elevators and escalators under h i s management WCde variety of reports and statistics are available in real-tkne.

Deviation monitoring Maps. aerial photographsand building layout drawings can be used as a reference to locate groups or individual equipments over large geographical area or building complex. Aerial view over large geographical area Aerial view of city blocks and buildings 1 Ckxe aerial view of the building complex with equipment status i n d i i . Any deviation from normal operation is logged instantly. Logged events are stored and compiled in a report. An audible and visual alert signal is sent to specified monitors to ensure quick attention. The analysis of this information helps the building owner in liability cases and enables building maintenance personnel to read to minor malfunctionsand possible misuse or vandalism.

easy to read format to allow thorough analysis of equipment performance. Escalator summary graph Landingd l time distribution per time unit graph Elevator avaiiaMlity summary graph . availability and operational quality. as if on a video recorder. including deviations from the normal operating mode.Traffic monitoring Real-time traffic monitoring makes it possible to keep in contact with all elevators and escalators even in a large building. This feature facilitates reruns and study of elevator and escalator operating events and status changes. Access control KONE E-link'" enables calls and commands to be issued by an authorized user to individual elevators or groups of elevators. Access control commands enable locking of each car and hall call buttons either individually o r in specified groups.> .. n Availability reports The availability report reflects the operational quality of the equipment and the maintenanceas a whole. Traffic display P Traffic history playback The history playback facility is a unique KONE E-Linkm feature. The system carries out the locking automatically in accordance with a user-configurable weekly program. The needfor playback may arise due to suspected misuse. reported incidents. Maps and building lay-outscan be used a s guides for easy identification of equipment in large building complexes. . It provides a precise reading of the system's operation. Reports KONE E-link offers a comprehensive set of reports in graphical. or complaints by tenants. All data can be retrieved and analyzed using normal office software tools such as ~icrosoft ~xcd. The display can be configured to suit particular needs.

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Solution tailored for retail use I Escalators play a vital role in transporting I I I customers in any retail centre. providing easy access everywhere from car parks to shop floors. Better people flow means better cash flow Retail centres with their needs vary. while effective people flow is always important 1 Convenience and efficiency are paramountin moving customers. .To increase sales. This means solutions that are inviting and functional to the end user and add value to the property... as does equipment that complements the environment. They smoothly connect different areas into one uninterrupted shopping experience. Retail centres offer elegance and comfort to their customers. Attractive designs and colours create a pleasant atmosphere. Escalators should follow suit with aesthetics that match the building.

. reliability and return on investment Retail centres need durable and reliable solutions to ensure continuous revenue support and return on investment Equally important is safety. Another requirement is optimal lifecyclecosts. . the elderly and the infirm.you need to bring the customers to you Quality. espedally for children.. Building owners need escalators that are costeffective and reliable.

reliable partner. Optimum maintenance After a smooth. . Unsurpassed know-how KONE has the know-how t o evaluatethe most economic and feasible solution for each specific project and then implement trouble-free project managementfrom start t o finish.KONE TravelMaster" 110 . KONE aims to reduce all building and planning time. Maximum performance and availability Reliable products with maximumavailability that offer effective people flow solutions from an experienced. from retail to transit applications. making the whole process trouble-free. fast and safe installation. and with high levels of cost-effectiveness and performance Modernisationand full replacementsolutions to upgrade and maximise the potential of the product Comprehensive maintenance solutions for the entire lifecyde of the product Spare parts available globally within 24 hours I I KONE offers benefits: Time and cost savings Highly reliable products with a low total cost of ownership with and emphasis on simple maintenanceand quick repairs to save on costly downtime. Lower additional building and planning costs Easier planning and more flexibility in both current and future development. KONE offers maintenance tailored t o suit the building usage and maximisethe performance of the equipment.Your ideal escalator KONE is one of the leading companies in the elevator and escalator business. offering its customers: Elevators with exceptional power and performance -some without machine-rooms -that can be seamlessly integrated into buildings Reliableand elegant escalators to match customers' needs. KONE Site Absolutes are an easy site requirement guide for the builder. Cost-effective. environmentally friendly operation KONE solutions are among the industry's most environmentally friendly with energy saving ooeration and environmentally-friendly materials. as well as costs.

you haw a global partner that can offer 24 hours call cenws and matching spare parts availability .KONE TravelMaster" 110 means better peopleflow Effectiveand comfortable transportation between floors brings businessto you Great window-shoppingopportunity Guiding customers with an inviting design KONE TravelMaster'" 110 is tailored for retail environment Efficientand smooth ride to maximisethe shopping experience Elegantdesign that complement the architecture of the building New visual options that increase aestheticvalue Timeless appearanceand compactdimensions make KONETravelMasterW 110 easy to fit into most retail environment KONE TrawlMastef 110 is a future proof investment Focus on lifecyclecosts and modernisation possibilities ensum a sound return on investment With KONE.

3mm thick skirt panel enhance user safety Skirt brush defkctur Anti climb bam'er New EN115 compliance .technically outstanding Ecological design for efficiency Energy efficientand user-friendly stand-by speed to enhance energy effectiveness Absolute ecological and fire safety with lubricationfree chain Optional lubrication free chain Advanced components to give a lifetime of reliable performance Lubricaffon free chain stand-@ speed KONE expertis and know how in maintenanceand service I Tailored for retail environment Elegant and timeless design to welcome the czlstmners Eftident and smooth ride to maximize the shopping experience Numerous lighting options that guide the customers and enhance atmosphere Effective and functional link betweenfloors for better peopleflow Compact dimensions for easy installation and fit into most retail environment LED skirt lighting Stainies steel dadding Stainless steel frontplate Black frontplate 11 Uncompromising reliability Full outdoor apabilities in uncornpmmiring conditions Operationeven in compromising conditions through optional outdoor weatherproofing Based on KONE technology that will last Diagnodic dlsplay .KONE TravelMasterTM 110 escalator .- Hot dippedgalwnied~IUS provides full cornsfon protection I Safety and effectiveness Maximum availabilitythrough advanced control system Fast and effective trouble-shootingthrough built-in diagnostics Reliable KONE malntenance offers an efficient and quick response to possible problems. minimisingdowntihe Extensive safety and monitoringoptions Thicker material uses for skirt panel and deckinq which is standard offering Enhancesafety for user Im .

800mmf 1OOOmm Balustrade Balustradeheight Speed Clear tempered glass 900mmf 1000mm or llOOmm 0.5mIs EN115 Electrication @Only up to 6 m rise Hoisling holes.5m 600mm. MlcN load per hde (By cwbmer) Intermediatesupport Is required INhenspan exceeds 16370 mm. *) This dimensionIs based on 900 mm balustradeheight.KONE TravelMasterTM 110 escalator ' ~ d t lD~rnenslon i immj Indinatic Level Step Maximumvertical rise Step width 30' or 3 212 or 313 - 1000 1262 1360 1510 1547 1650 800 1064 1160 1310 1347 1450 600 866 960 1110 1147 1250 W2: Handrail centre distance W3: Hoisting h o l e s distance W4: Width of truss W5: Width of escalator W6: Wdth of pit Up to 9. .

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safety. comfort. The constant search for space-savingsolutions has led to more compact elevator technology. Beijing National Theater. and Swiss R e in London. the Beijing Capital Airport. We are committed to providing high quality to meet the needs of our customers and society. KONE People FlowTMsolutions are providing reliable performance in e. KONE solutions are in many architectural landmarks. Our elevator technology is among the most innovative in the industry. a s well a s in daily use in office buildings. smoothly and conveniently. . With growing world population. the China National Stadium. shopping centers and residential buildings around the world. From our full range of platforms. Marina Bay SandsTM Integrated Resort in Singapore. you will find the best solutions for your needs. KONE has always been a forerunner in this field. designs. and options. and performance. and it meets or exceeds today's requirements for design.g. the challenge is to provide the best people flow solution to transport people safely.KONE - technology you can trust Increased urbanization has had a tremendous effect on elevator development. Trump Tower.

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with years of dependable operation. reduces energy consumption. Freedom in building design KONE Monospace@ requires only a single space the shaft. so you can lease more space. and frees up building space that can now be put to more profitable use.the first elevator without a machine room. This patented innovation provides a smooth quiet ride for passengers. The machine room is no longer needed.0mIs in speed for passenger applications and up to 5000kg for freight applications. . - - Wide range of applications KONE Monospace03offers the widest range of machine-room-lesssolutions . And elevators can now easily serve the penthouse. gives more design freedom for architects.000 KONE Monospace@ elevators have been installed worldwide transporting millions o f people every day. without unsightly equipment on the roof. Substantial cost savings KONE Monospace@uses less space. It also saves construction time. Impressive track record To date. lowers construction costs. Our streamlined delively process and efficient installation method ensure that the project runs smoothly without delay.up to 3. This is the proof of our reliability. The elimination of the machine room gives architects and developers greater design freedom and saves construction costs. we assumed the technology leadership in the elevator industry by introducingthe KONE Monospace@. materials and costs.KONE Monospace" - revolutionary elevator concept In 1996. over 200.

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the slim shape facilitates KONE's unique machine-room-less layout. we became the leader in the elevator industry by developing the KONE EcoDisdI hoisting machine. reliability. This saves construction costs by minimizing the elevator space requirements. . Typical data of different drives The KONE EcoDisd is the core technology of all our elevators.KONE EcoDiscB . It employs a permanent magnet synchronous motor. In addition.gearless energy miracle In 1996. Very compact and cost-effective The advanced axial flux permanent magnet motor weighs only half that of a conventional power unit. The current 3'(' generation KONE EcoDisd has gone through 10 years of quality developments constantly increasing the application range. and lowfriction gearless construction. frequency control. and ride comfort.

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The KONE Monospace@solution not only saves space and energy throughout its lifetime. It starts saving money during construction. Due to the compact size of the KONE Monospace@ machine-room-lesssolution, support is required only from wall-mounted brackets and a simple supporting structure on the guide rail. lnstallation is hassle free, since there is no need for extensive support. The whole installation process of the compact KONE EcoDis& motor is safer and faster. KONE has devised scaffold-lessinstallation techniques using special tiraks to lift the motor into position.

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Motor between lift car and guide rail Here the headroom requirement is often higher compared with the KONE Monospace@.With this positioning of the motor, there is a risk of a collision between the elevator car and the motor. KONE EcoDis& gearless motor is safely positioned between the guide rail and shaft wall, minimizing all of the risks involved and maximizing availability.

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combined with eco-efficient performance. offices. scenic or bed elevators . to serve the needs of hospitals and retirement homes. and the KONE MonoSpaceCO can also be customized for the individual needs of the building. making them easier to install in a luxury home. Furthermore. interior designs and colors. with all the advantages of the KONE EcoDisc5 technology. deep cars and clear signalization. Frelght elevator The KONE TransysSM freight elevator solution. Please check the designed solution brochure to help you select the right solution. They provide a smooth. there are numerous design options. introducing. Villa elevator The KONE EcoDiscCO and Monospace@require little space. for example. comfortable ride. extends the usage range of traditional freight elevators. and signalisation devices. A wide range is available for your selection. shopping centers. Extended lift solutions for healthcare KONE Monospace@has solutions with soft light. Scenic elevator Since 1996 KONE has been continuously improving the design of KONE Monospace elevators.Easy to find the right solution Residential buildings.KONE Monospace@serves all your requirements. new materials. .

KONE can e can help you analyze offer you several solutions. W the transportation capac'ky requirements in each project and recommend the ideal elevator system. you can find a suitable platform in the KONE Minispace" High-Rise solutions. KONE TranSys? can transport loads up to 5000 kg. KONE MonoSpace@ provides a broad selection of car dimensions and shaft layouts.5 m/s..Matform selection n . Our freight elevator solution. with both single entry or through type car arrangements. . Standard KONE Monospace@ platforms can serve up to 36 floors or 90 meters of travel. One elevator group can haw up to six elevators. You can also choose KONE Minispace" elevators with a small machine room. Please contact your nearest KONE sales specialist for more information. . transporting up to 26 persons (2000 kg) per car at 2.J When selecting your elevator platform. Beyond this range.

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which is only 85mm thick. owner's.the builder's. and user's choice P KONE has long experience in offering various solutions for the most demanding applications worldwide. It is especially useful for fast and efficient emergency rescue. KONE takes safety. and consume up to 80% less energy. It is integratedin the wall of the topmost landing entrance. LED Ught LED lights last up to ten times longer than halogen lights. Without occupying any shaft spacel this arrangement makes maintenance very safe and convenient.Design selection KONE . ease of use and eco-efficiency into account in the design of all of the features in its elevators. . Curtain of light The advanced curtain of light system protects passengers when they are entering or exiting the elevator. Maintenance access panel The Interfacesfor maintenanceand rescue operations are integrated in a small cabinet.

KONE products meet requirements of Electromagnetic Compatibility Standard. easy and law-cost We achieve this with our building interface solution and by focusing on all of the smallest details af the process.. GB16899-1993 (EN1 15:1995). Excellent quality KONE8s elevator products meet all elevator industry standards and requirements including GB7588-2003 (EN81-1:1998). Singapore CP2 Code and Korean Elevator Inspection Standards KIS 6831. and are IS014001 certified. Easy to instal The installation of our elevators is quick. KONE's outstanding quality is the result of an open-minded approach to research and development. High-qualily materials Qualii comes from paying attention to details during production. and we produce and test every part in special environments to ensure the reliability of our elevators. No matter where they are made. the safety features of KONE elevators meet the E U CE standard. . and a long-term commitment to investing in innovative technology. Quality value going up KONE has achieved a position of technological leadership in the elevator industry. W e thoroughly examine our material suppliers. . At the same time.

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KONE maintenance is always near you. Visit www. 24 hours a day. The correct maintenance plan can guarantee the reliable operation of your elevator. age.Excellent service around the clock Our global network of service specialists ensures that even the most complex technical challenge is resolved quickly and effectively.com to find your nearest Service Centre. KONE maintenance focuses on preventive maintenance. Our maintenance programs take into account the type. KONE provides you with service excellence 365 days a year. As a company who is dedicated to the best people flow solution. - . We provide flexible maintenance options to meet your specific needs.kone. and usage of your equipment to maximize reliability and safety and to minimize downtime and maintenance costs. An elevator needs regular maintenance to ensure its optimal performance.

China KONE Monospace was cited by Legambiente Lombardia (Environmental Coalition of Lombardy). Finland 1" to use genetic algorithms for elevator group control 1" to sell double-deckerelevator with destination control.000th KONE Monospace@elevator Launches the first autowalk without a pit. KONE Polarism KONE delivered the 100. Bratislava. Spain Congratulations on the 100. KONE was awarded a s "2007 Annual Top 10 International Brands for China Energy-Efficient Buildings" by China Ministry of construction Milestones 1993 To introduce state of the art lubrication free Escalator step chain KONE EC03000 CHAINTM KONE Monospace43 announcedto world press World's longest test shafk 329m. Bologna Annual Award. Netherland's most energy-efficient office building Wins Premio Quartrium Award for originality.000th KONE Monospace@elevator installed in National Grand Theater. the KONE lnnoTrackTM KONE delhrered the 200.Awards and certifications Wins Grand Prix at Building Fair. Tytyri Elevator RQD Center. Spain Chosen for Therrno-Staete.a Swissbau showcase green building. Beijing. Finland Wins Electrical industry's (S€Q Chosen for "Eyecatcher ". the government of the Region of Lombardy. The awards are given for "Efficiency in Consumption and Eco-design: solutions for sustainable development". Switzerland Wins the Construmat 1999 Prize for InnovativeTechnology. Prague Wins the Grand Prix '97 at CONECO Fair.000th KONE Monospace@ elevator . Slovakia Wins Top Priie for Innovation at SAlE '97 Fair. the Technical University of Milan and Bocconi University for environmental friendliness during their fifth annual "Friend of the Environment Awards for Innovation". Barcelona.

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You can experience these innovations in architectural landmarks such as the Trump Tower in Chicago. escalators and automatic building doors. KONE employs over 32. W e challenge the conventional wisdom of the industry. This makes u s a reliable partner throughout the lifecycleof the building. and KONE InnoTradc"'.com . the 30 St Mary Axe building in London. flexible. with such innovationsa s KONE MonoSpaceeKONE MaxiSpaceY.500 dedicatedexperts to serve you in wer 50 countries. . and we have a well-desemd reputation a s a technology leader.kone. KONE is a global leader in helping our cutomen manage the smooth flow of people and goods throughout their buikllngs. We are fast.KONE provides innovative and eco4cient solutions for elevators. manufacturing and installationto maintenanceand modernization. from design. - - Is present in all KONE solutions. KONE Corporation mmr. W e support our customers every step of the way. Our commitmentto customers . the Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam and the Beijing National Grand Theatre in China.

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advanced hoisting technology. Beijing InternationalAirport. You are sure to find the best solutions for your needs from our full range of platforms. Delhi Metro in India and many other prominent landmarks around the world have all trusted KONE.technology you can trust Increased urban'mtion has had a tremendous effect on elevator development The constant search for spacesaving solutions has led to the development of more compact elevator technology. or passenger c m i e n c e and aesthetics. Our elevator technology is among the most innovative in the industry. 30 St Mary Axe and Broadgate Tower in London. and we haw numerous well-known and demanding references to prove it. deigns and options. whether it is for efficient people flow management. . We are comm'&ted to providing hgh quality to our customen and the general public. KONE has always been a forerunner in this field. For example. energy and space efficiency. Trump Tower in Chicago.KONE .

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Excellent ride comfort. KONE MiniSpaceNsolutions are available for up to 8 car groups. low noise level. It can transport up to 1800 kg and run up to 4 m/s speed. The KONE Minispace" plalforrnsolution is available up to 63 floors and 180 m travel. The lightweight machinery is easy to handle on site and can even be lifted up inside the elevator shaft.KONE MiniSpaceTM . This ensures that everything runs smoothly. and the elevators are out of the critical path of the construction project. these are but a few of the key features that have made this marvel the first choice for many great projects. The group control solutions meet the intense traffic demands of modem commercial buildings. No Construction Delays KONE MiniSpace" technology enables you to enclose the building earlier. The compact KONE EcoDisC leaves plenty of room inside the machine room. a Versatile Solution This workhorse is a versatile solution that can be customized to meet the demands of your building. and outstanding performance. . hotels. www. power-savinggearless machine.com. high efficiency and low heat loss. KONE Minispace".gearless hoisting machine in a compact machine room KONE set the industry standard once again by creating KONE MiniSpace" . Many prominent towers in the workl today run the KONE MiniSpace solution proudly. compact space requirement. Powered by the revolutionaty KONE EcoDisc it guarantees reliable operation. Space-SavingConcept In the KONE MiniSpace concept the machine room is only an extension of the elevators shaft.kone. Proven Technology KONE MiniSpace" is based on the same proven KONE E c o D i i technology used in hundreds of thousands MonoSpaceeelevators around the world. and residential buildings to super high-rise buildings.the elevator range with a very small machine room. It is ideal for all kinds of passenger and freight transportation -from standard offices. which makes it very easy and cost-efficient to construct. for speeds above 4mIs and higher travel please contact KONE sales organuation.

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stopping and leveling to improve passenger safety and comfort.~and low Giloss.d n a qearless machine. accurate starting. The compact machine room is only an extension of the shaft. The compact KONE EcoDid' leaves plenty .Excellent ride comfort w w e r . high efficienc. The fast response of the gearless motor and V3F drive assures a smooth and quiet ride. . of room inside the machine room. .

frequency control. KONE took the technology leadership in the elevator industry by developing the KONE EcoDisc? hoisting machine for KONE MonoSp& machine-room-less elevators. The KONE E c o D i i means swings in runningenergy costs. which saws total costs. It employs a permanent magnet synchronous motor. More efficient than traditional machines In traditional machines the worm gear typically has less than 60% efficiency. Less starting current means a smaller back-up generator is needed. so more power is consumed for every trip. which results in the use of a higher K W motor. and low-friction gearless construction. Over the yean KONE has constantly increased the application range of KONE EcoDisE hoisting technology thanks to its energy and space efficiency.KONE EcoDiscB . with only one moving part.gearless energy miracle In 1996. consumes less power and needs no oil. . The KONE E c o D i i needs less starting current. the rotor. reliabilityand excellent ride comfort Today the KONE E c o D ' i is the core technology for all KONE gearless elevators.

made possible use of lower duty r by a peak starting current of just 30 to 40 percent of equivalent traction units. the space required for the machine room is much smaller.The cost-saver Significant cost savings are also achieved by the i s e n and fuses. which means that losses are almost half compared to conventional machines. - Energy Saving The KONE Minispace" solution for higher speeds and loads uses machines with 90% efficiency. and the air conditioning load is also reduced. Safe travel The fast response of the gearless motor and V3F d r i i assures smooth and accurate starting. equal to the shaft area. . offer unrivalled quiet operation and smooth acceleration and deceleration. stopping and leveling to improve passenger safety and comfort. A smooth ride The KONE EcoDisc's low rotational motor speeds and lack of a gearbox. offers excellent reliability. A space-saving elevator design r \ - Due to the compact gearless machine. combined with the V3F Drive system. using serial communication with selfdiagnostic capability. providing better ride comfort and passenger convenience. Dependable LCE control system A modular control system design. This results in electricity savings.

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When it comes to elevator car design. patterns.the user's choice The value of your building depends on the impression it gives visitors and usen. materials. This gives you the opportunity to select from a designer's collection while still allowing you to mix and match componentsa s you like. Whether you are moving in or coming for a visit. what mood they will evoke and how they will blend with the building. KONE's global design team. . autumn and winter.KONE . (Ask for a catalogue of the complete range of can and signalization). for the first time in the industry. Not any more. New KONE FwrSeasonsmcars provide an opportunity to select the right ambience to match your building. lighting and signalization without knowing how these all fit together. The elevator plays an important role in this. the first impression is the one that lasts. you are often given a choice to select the wall colors. summer. has created a series of cars symbolizing the four seasons of spring.

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single entry or through type car anangements. Standard KONE Minispace" platForms can serve 63 floors or 180 meters of travel.5m/s.0 m/s. and shaft layouts. you can also choose the machine-roomless KONE MonoSpaceB or KONE Monospace@ Special platforms. transporting up to 26 persons per car at up to 4. For more detailed informationon dimensioning.kone. Above this range. We can help you analyze the transportation capacity requirementsin each project and recommend an ideal elevator system.com I . please contact the KONE sales office or refer to the planning instructions at www. you can find a suitable platform among the KONE Alta" High-Rise solutions. KONE can offer you several alternatives. Within the selected performance range. For most buildingswith nominal speed less than 2.- Platform selection When selecting your elevator platform. KONE Minispace" provides a broad selection of car dimensions.

.easy to find the right solution The KONE Minispace" technical planning allows you to enhance the core solution with innumerable u m i d e to high-rise options needed in demandingm buildings. position. Glass and Scenk Can Elevatorsare not just a means of transport. From the choice of signarmtion. . status and diagnostics. KONE MiniSpaceN offers a wide range to choose from.Y-\ KONE E-Linkm can collect data from many elevators and escalators in real-timeand display it on one screen or make it available on your LAN. status. They are also part o f the aesthetia and character of the building. maintenance personnelor management. starts etc. Spedal Signalization Full cdor LCD displays. special car designs and monitoring solutions. KONE offers several solutionsfor monitoring and w@mg the elevators in the building. This often demands special car solutions and KONE can offer complete Glass cars with frameless h glass doors or Scenic cars. and multifunction displaysfor passenger guidance or advertising are some of the special high-end signalization options that KONE can offer to enhance passenger guidance and the image of the building.KONE MiniSpaceTM . colorful and prominent Hall Lanterns. fault data. MonitoringSolutions Whether you require informationfor your Building Management System or s o p h ' i monitoring including traffic. The system has configurable screens to enable usage by standby operators. providing essential informationlike alarms.

Time is money and KONE has solutions to save both.Execution is the key The KONE Scaffold-less Installation method and are examples of solutions the KONE JumpLiftm that match the safety. Many times the elevators are a criiical component of the building project. since many construction phases can be dependant on the progress of the elevator installation.to high-rise projects. . rl KONE JumpLiftN is a revolutionaryconcept that allows the elevators to serve the lower floors even while the building is still going up. it takes a very short time to move the elevators up and get them serving the site traffic. When the higher levels are finished. speed and staging requirements of medium.

Our maintenance programs emphasize preventive maintenance. and usage of your equipment to maximize its reliabilii and safety and to minimize downtime and maintenance costs. We provide tailored KONE Care" maintenance packages to meet your specific needs. When developing our products. With dediited maintenance personnel. wherever you build. Our maintenance programs take into account the type.Excellent service around the clock The elevator. requires regular maintenance to keep it running nonstop. the right maintenance program. we always pay attention to serviceability. KONE maintenance is always near you. and original spare parts. like all technical equipment. . age. Our global network of service specialistsensures that even the m o s t complex technicalchallenge is resolved quickly and effectively. your elevators will retain their value year after year.

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KONE Corporation .000 dedicated experts to serve you globaHy and locatty in 49 countries. We chdlengethe comwtiondwisdom of the industry.KONEis a global leader / in helping ow customers manage the smooth Row of people and goods throughout their buildings. Plexibk. We are fast. and we have a w e l w reputation as a tech- leader. We support our cusbmm every step of ~way. the 30 St Mary Axe bullding in London. with such innovatiomas K O N E MonoSpace. rnodemization. escalators and automatic buiing doors. K O N E employs o v e r 30.Y w can experience these / ' innovationsin architectural lanclmaks wch as theT~mpTowe in Chicago.fromdedgn#maMdaaurkig and installationto maintenance and . and K O N E InnoTrackU.K O N E pro* innovative and eco-ewent sdutions for elevaton. the S c h i p h dAirport in Amsterdam and the Beijing National Grand Theatre in -. Ow commitment to a t - is present in all K O N E solutions. K O N E MaxiSpaceD1. This the lifecydeof the building.

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