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Elevator Technology

Elevator
Product
Guide
Elevator systems, options
and finishes catalog
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thyssenkrupp moves people


the future of urban mobility.
In 40 short years, weve become one of the worlds leading elevator companies with unique
engineering capabilities, offering next-generation solutions like MULTI, the ropeless elevator,
ACCEL, an accelerated people mover, and MAX, a cloud-based predictive maintenance service.
Whether building a new state-of-the-art system or optimizing and modernizing existing ones,
our solutions deliver crucial energy and time efficiencies, helping to address the challenges of
urbanization and transform cities into the best places to live.

Over 900
50,000+
Customers in

150
countries
sales and
service
locations $8.5 employees

Figures for our Elevator Technology business

A trusted partner
We support our customers throughout their project lifecycle, from Through our internal technical support function, International Technical
the design to the end-of-life phase. Every step of the way, we strive Services Americas, thyssenkrupp trains its service technicians in a
to fully understand their needs and consistently deliver the safest, multibrand portfolio, enabling them to successfully service more than
highest quality passenger transportation solutions, maintenance and 1.2 million units under maintenance.
modernization packages.

thyssenkrupp the diversified industrial group


engineering.tomorrow.together three words that describe who we are, what we do, and how we do it. Driven
by global megatrends such as urbanization and the need for efficient use of environmental resources, our
global community of more than 156,000 colleagues works together with our customers to harness our
engineering expertise and strive for technological and business solutions that satisfy the demand for more
in a better way.

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One World
Trade Center

We provide smart and


innovative products for a wide
variety of applications:
Passenger and
freight elevators
Escalators and moving walks
Passenger boarding bridges
Stair and platform lifts
Customized service and
modernization solutions

Mercedes Benz

Makkah Clock Tower/Source SL Rasch

thyssenkrupp Quartier
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C
ontents
Low-rise | endura hydraulic elevators 06
endura MRL machine room-less 08
endura above-ground 10
endura below-ground 12
endura machine rooms and controllers 14

Low-rise to mid-rise | synergy traction MRL elevators 16


synergy Which is right for you? 18
synergy self-supported 20
synergy building-supported passenger standard 21

synergy building-supported passenger and service performance 22


synergy controller closets  24

Mid-rise to high-rise | momentum traction elevators 26


momentum passenger standard and performance 28
momentum service standard 29

Interior design  30
Standard cab finish options  32
Finishes color selections 35
Accessories ceilings, handrails and sills 36
Fixtures standard and upgraded 37
Upgraded and custom cabs 40
Door configurations and entrance details 44

Innovations and enhancements 46


AGILE elevator technology 48
TWIN elevator system 50
MAX predictive maintenance 52
Occupant evacuation operation 53

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Reliable.
Dependable.
Powerful.

Low-rise hydraulic elevators


Cost-effective, capable hydraulics get the job done, whether you
are moving a few or even thousands of people each day.

Small offices, shops, schools, worship facilities Save thousands.


and hotels up to four stories need sensible Low maintenance costs saves tens of Petroleumfree
options in elevators. The uncomplicated design thousands spent over an elevators 25-year enviromax hydraulic
of the hydraulic elevator uses fewer moving life span. fluid, holds a
parts to lift heavy loads and keeps Platinum Material
maintenance costs low. And you don't have to Interior quality. Health Certificate
sacrifice building space or sustainability. Our ULvalidated, low-emitting materials exceed from Cradle to
hydraulic elevators use environmentally-safe stringent indoor air quality standards. Cradle. Products
fluids and we even make an innovative elevator Innovation Institute.
that fits entirely in the hoistway.

Speeds up to 200 fpm Capacities up to 5000 pounds PLATINUM


endura MRL
Machine room-less 08
endura
Above-ground 10
endura
Below-ground 12
Machine room
and controllers 14
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Hydraulic machine room-less


Front opening (F)

Twinpost S A Platform width


B Platform depth

above-ground
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
I H O E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width

Passenger elevators G Inside clear depth


H Inside clear height

1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack


Jack types Travel Speed Capacity I Entrance height
T
1-Stage 12'-8" 1 80150 fpm 21004000 lbs O Overhead
2-Stage 23'-2" 1 80150 fpm 21004000 lbs P Pit depth
3-Stage 33'-6" 1 80150 fpm 21004000 lbs I S Safety beam

Click Jack type for specific product specs T Travel


P

Passenger 1- and 2-Stage 3-Stage

Cap Platform Hoistway 2


Hoistway Front/ Inside clear Door Door One-speed One-speed
(lbs) AxB CxD CxD rear FxG type width side-opening doors center-opening doors
2100 3 6'-0" x 5'-1" 7'-4" x 5'-9" 7'-8" x 5'-9" F 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0"

2100 3
6'-0" x 5'-8" 7'-4" x 6'-8" 7'-8" x 6'-8" F/R 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0"
G G B D
2500 7'-0" x 5'-1" 8'-4" x 5'-9" 8'-8" x 5'-9" F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6" F F

2500 7'-0" x 5'-8" 8'-4" x 6'-8" 8'-8" x 6'-8" F/R 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"
E E
3000 7'-0" x 5'-7" 8'-4" x 6'-3" 8'-8" x 6'-3" F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"
A A
3000 7'-0" x 6'-2" 8'-4" x 7'-2" 8'-8" x 7'-2" F/R 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6" C C

3500 4
7'-0" x 6'-3" 8'-4" x 6'-11" 8'-8" x 6'-11" F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

3500 4 7'-0" x 6'-10" 8'-4" x 7'-10" 8'-8" x 7'-10" F/R 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

4000 4
8'-0" x 6'-3" 9'-4" x 6'-11" 9'-8" x 6'-11" F 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0" Front and rear opening (F/R)
4000 4 8'-0" x 6'-10" 9'-4" x 7'-10" 9'-8" x 7'-10" F/R 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"
S A Platform width
B Platform depth
C Hoistway width
Dimensional data shown above is for both seismic and non-seismic zones and complies with
current ASME A17.1 and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the D Hoistway depth
national codes. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details. I H O E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width
H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 5 I Entrance height: 7'-0" P Pit depth: 4'-0"
G Inside clear depth

O Minimum overhead: T Additional max travel: S Safety beam required H Inside clear height
1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack

Up to 100 fpm: Over 100 fpm: 1-Stage: per OSHA 1926.502 6


T I Entrance height
1-Stage 12'-2" 1-Stage 12'-5" Up to 100 fpm 18'-11" O Overhead
2-Stage 12'-8" 2-Stage 12'-8" Over 100 fpm 18'-8" 1 P Pit depth
3-Stage 12'-11" 3-Stage 12'-11" 2-Stage: 28'-6" 1
I S Safety beam
3-Stage: 48'-3" 1
T Travel
P

1
 5'-0" min. pit is required for additional travel. Travel above 13'-8" (1-Stage) or 25'-2" (2-Stage) or 36'-6" (3-Stage)
A One-speed One-speed
requires additional pit and/or overhead by adding 1" for every 1" (1-Stage) or 2" (2-Stage) or 3" (3-Stage) of additional side-opening doors center-opening doors
travel. Max increase 2'-0" allowed in overhead.
2 In areas where a 7" deep pit ladder is required, additional hoistway width or wall pocket will be required.
3 T his capacity is not available with center-opening doors. G G B D
4 To meet the requirements of IBC code for 84" stretchers, a 4'-0" center-opening (for 4000 lbs capacity only) F F
or 3'-6" side-opening (for 3500 lbs or 4000 lbs capacity) door is required.
5 Dimension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase in E E
overhead requirements. A A
6 Provided and installed by others, as directed by your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative. Clear overhead is shown to C C
the bottom of the safety beam.
endura MRL 9

Hydraulic machine room-less


Front opening (F)
A Platform width
B Platform depth
S
Twinpost
above-ground
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening I H O

F Inside clear width


G Inside clear depth Service elevators
H Inside clear height
1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack

I Entrance height Jack types Travel Speed Capacity


T

O Overhead 1 Stage 12'-8"1 80150 fpm 45005000 lbs

P Pit depth 2 Stage 23'-2" 1


80150 fpm 45005000 lbs

S Safety beam I 3 Stage 33'-6"1 80150 fpm 45005000 lbs

T Travel Click Jack type for specific product specs


P

Service 1- and 2-Stage 3-Stage

Cap Platform Hoistway 2


Hoistway Front/ Inside clear Door Door
(lbs) AxB CxD CxD rear FxG type width

4500 3 6'-0" x 8'-9" 7'-4" x 9'-6" 7'-8" x 9'-6" F 5'-8" x 7'-9" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
Two-speed 3
4500 6'-0" x 9'-5" 7'-4" x 10'-9" 7'-8" x 10'-9" F/R 5'-8" x 7'-10" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
side-opening doors G B D
5000 3 6'-0" x 9'-4" 7'-4" x 10'-2" 7'-8" x 10'-2" F 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
F 3
5000 6'-0" x 10'-1" 7'-4" x 11'-4" 7'-8" x 11'-4" F/R 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
3
5000H 6'-0" x 9'-11" 7'-4" x 10'-9" 7'-8" x 10'-9" F 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
E
A 5000H 3 6'-0" x 10'-8" 7'-4" x 11'-11" 7'-8" x 11'-11" F/R 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
C

Dimensional data shown above is for both seismic and non-seismic zones and complies with
Front and rear opening (F/R) current ASME A17.1 and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the
A Platform width S
national codes. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
B Platform depth
H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 4 I Entrance height: 7'-0" P Pit depth: 4'-0"
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth O Minimum overhead: T Additional max travel: S Safety beam required
E Clear door opening I H O Up to 100 fpm: Over 100 fpm: 1-Stage: per OSHA 1926.502 6
F Inside clear width 1-Stage 12'-2" 1-Stage 12'-5" Up to 100 fpm 18'-11"
2-Stage 12'-8" 2-Stage 12'-8" Over 100 fpm 18'-8" 1
G Inside clear depth
3-Stage 12'-11" 3-Stage 12'-11" 2-Stage: 28'-6" 1
H Inside clear height 3-Stage: 48'-3" 1
1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack

I Entrance height T

O Overhead
P Pit depth
S Safety beam I

T Travel
P

1
 5'-0" min. pit is required for additional travel. Travel above 13'-8" (1-Stage) or 25'-2" (2-Stage) or 36'-6" (3-Stage)
A
requires additional pit and/or overhead by adding 1" for every 1" (1-Stage) or 2" (2-Stage) or 3" (3-Stage) of additional
travel. Max increase 2'-0" allowed in overhead. (For 4500 and 5000 lbs capacities, max additional travel and speed
B D could be reduced based on cab weights. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.)
Two-speed G
side-opening doors 2
In areas where a 7" deep pit ladder is required, additional hoistway width or wall pocket will be required.
F 3
W ith optional 4'-6" two-speed side-opening door, hoistway width becomes 8'-2".
4
 imension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase in
D
E overhead requirements.
A 5
 rovided and installed by others, as directed by your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative. Clear overhead is shown to
P
C the bottom of the safety beam.
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Hydraulic with machine room


Front opening (F)

Twinpost S A Platform width


B Platform depth

above-ground
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
I H O E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width

Passenger elevators G Inside clear depth


H Inside clear height

1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack


Jack types Travel Speed Capacity I Entrance height
T
1-Stage 12'-8" 1
80150 fpm 21004000 lbs O Overhead
2-Stage 23'-2" 1 80150 fpm 21004000 lbs P Pit depth
3-Stage 33'-6" 1
80150 fpm 21004000 lbs I S Safety beam

Click Jack type for specific product specs T Travel


P

Passenger 1- and 2-Stage 3-Stage

Cap Platform Hoistway 2


Hoistway Front/ Inside clear Door Door One-speed One-speed
(lbs) AxB CxD CxD rear FxG type width side-opening doors center-opening doors
2100 3 6'-0" x 5'-1" 7'-4" x 5'-9" 7'-8" x 5'-9" F 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0"

2100 3
6'-0" x 5'-8" 7'-4" x 6'-8" 7'-8" x 6'-8" F/R 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0"
G G B D
2500 7'-0" x 5'-1" 8'-4" x 5'-9" 8'-8" x 5'-9" F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6" F F

2500 7'-0" x 5'-8" 8'-4" x 6'-8" 8'-8" x 6'-8" F/R 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"
E E
3000 7'-0" x 5'-7" 8'-4" x 6'-3" 8'-8" x 6'-3" F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"
A A
3000 7'-0" x 6'-2" 8'-4" x 7'-2" 8'-8" x 7'-2" F/R 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6" C C

3500 4
7'-0" x 6'-3" 8'-4" x 6'-11" 8'-8" x 6'-11" F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

3500 4 7'-0" x 6'-10" 8'-4" x 7'-10" 8'-8" x 7'-10" F/R 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

4000 4
8'-0" x 6'-3" 9'-4" x 6'-11" 9'-8" x 6'-11" F 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0" Front and rear opening (F/R)
4000 4 8'-0" x 6'-10" 9'-4" x 7'-10" 9'-8" x 7'-10" F/R 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"
S A Platform width
B Platform depth
C Hoistway width
Dimensional data shown above is for both seismic and non-seismic zones and complies with
current ASME A17.1 and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the D Hoistway depth
national codes. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details. I H O E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width
H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 5 I Entrance height: 7'-0" P Pit depth: 4'-0"
G Inside clear depth
H Inside clear height
O Minimum overhead: T Additional max travel: S Safety beam required
1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack

Up to 100 fpm: Over 100 fpm: 1-Stage: per OSHA 1926.502 6


T I Entrance height
1-Stage 12'-2" 1-Stage 12'-5" Up to 100 fpm 18'-11" O Overhead
2-Stage 12'-8" 2-Stage 12'-8" Over 100 fpm 18'-8" 1 P Pit depth
3-Stage 12'-11" 3-Stage 12'-11" 2-Stage: 28'-6" 1
I S Safety beam
3-Stage: 48'-3" 1
T Travel
P

1
 dditional travel in note T (above) is obtained by adding 1" of overhead/pit for every 1" (1-Stage) or 2" (2-Stage)
A
or 3" (3-Stage) of net travel over the standard. Max 2'-0" allowed in overhead. One-speed One-speed
side-opening doors center-opening doors
2
In areas where a 7" deep pit ladder is required, additional hoistway width or wall pocket will be required.
3
T his capacity is not available with center-opening doors.
4
 o meet the requirements of IBC code for 84" stretchers, a 4'-0" center-opening (for 4000 lbs capacity only) or 3'-6"
T G G B D
side-opening (for 3500 lbs or 4000 lbs capacity) door is required.
F F
5
 imension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase in
D
overhead requirements.
E E
6
 rovided and installed by others, as directed by the local thyssenkrupp office. Clear overhead is shown to the bottom of
P A A
the safety beam.
C C
* Refer to page 14 for elevator machine room sizes.
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Hydraulic with machine room


Front opening (F)
A Platform width
B Platform depth
S
Twinpost
above-ground
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening I H O

F Inside clear width


G Inside clear depth Service elevators
H Inside clear height
1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack

I Entrance height Jack types Travel Speed Capacity


T

O Overhead 1-Stage 12'-8" 1


80150 fpm 45005000 lbs

P Pit depth 2-Stage 23'-2" 1 80150 fpm 45005000 lbs

S Safety beam I 3-Stage 33'-6" 1


80150 fpm 45005000 lbs

T Travel Click Jack type for specific product specs


P

Service 1- and 2-Stage 3-Stage

Cap Platform Hoistway 2


Hoistway Front/ Inside clear Door Door
(lbs) AxB CxD CxD Rear FxG type width

4500 2 6'-0" x 8'-9" 7'-4" x 9'-6" 7'-8" x 9'-6" F 5'-8" x 7'-9" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
Two-speed
side-opening doors G 4500 2
6'-0" x 9'-5" 7'-4" x 10'-9" 7'-8" x 10'-9" F/R 5'-8" x 7'-10" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
B D
5000 2 6'-0" x 9'-4" 7'-4" x 10'-2" 7'-8" x 10'-2" F 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
F
5000 2
6'-0" x 10'-1" 7'-4" x 11'-4" 7'-8" x 11'-4" F/R 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"

5000H 2
6'-0" x 9'-11" 7'-4" x 10'-9" 7'-8" x 10'-9" F 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
E
A 5000H 2 6'-0" x 10'-8" 7'-4" x 11'-11" 7'-8" x 11'-11" F/R 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
C

Dimensional data shown above is for both seismic and non-seismic zones and complies with
Front and rear opening (F/R) current ASME A17.1 and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the
A Platform width S
national codes. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
B Platform depth
H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 3 I Entrance height: 7'-0" P Pit depth: 4'-0"
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth O Minimum overhead: T Additional max travel: S Safety beam required
E Clear door opening I H O Up to 100 fpm: Over 100 fpm: 1-Stage: per OSHA 1926.502 4
F Inside clear width 1-Stage 12'-2" 1-Stage 12'-5" Up to 100 fpm 18'-11"
2-Stage 12'-8" 2-Stage 12'-8" Over 100 fpm 18'-8" 1
G Inside clear depth
3-Stage 12'-11" 3-Stage 12'-11" 2-Stage: 28'-6" 1
H Inside clear height
3-Stage: 48'-3" 1
1, 2 & 3 Stage Jack

I Entrance height T

O Overhead
P Pit depth
S Safety beam I

T Travel
P

1
 dditional travel in note T (above) is obtained by adding 1" of overhead/pit for every 1" (1-Stage) or 2" (2-Stage) or
A
3" (3-Stage) of net travel over the standard. Max 2'-0" allowed in overhead. (For 4500 and 5000 lbs capacities, max
additional travel and speed could be reduced based on cab weights. Contact your local thyssenkrupp office for details.)
Two-speed G B D
side-opening doors 2
W ith optional 4'-6" two-speed side-opening door, hoistway width becomes 8'-2".
F
3
 imension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase in
D
overhead requirements.
E
4
 rovided and installed by others, as directed by the local thyssenkrupp office. Clear overhead is shown to the bottom of
P
A the safety beam.
C *R
 efer to page 14 for elevator machine room sizes.
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Hydraulic with machine room


Front opening (F)

Below- S A Platform width


B Platform depth
C Hoistway width

ground I H O
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width

Passenger elevators G Inside clear depth


H Inside clear height

Jack types Travel Speed Capacity T I Entrance height

Conventional 60'-0" 80200 fpm 21004000 lbs O Overhead


P Pit depth
Click Jack type for specific product specs
I S Safety beam
T Travel
P
X Jack hole depth
X

Passenger
Cap Platform Hoistway1 Front/ Inside clear Door Door
(lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type width One-speed One-speed
side-opening doors center-opening doors
2100 2 6'-0" x 5'-1" 7'-4" x 5'-9" F 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0"

2100 2 6'-0" x 5'-8" 7'-4" x 6'-8" F/R 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0"

2500 7'-0" x 5'-1" 8'-4" x 5'-9" F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6" G G B D


F F
2500 7'-0" x 5'-8" 8'-4" x 6'-8" F/R 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"

3000 7'-0" x 5'-7" 8'-4" x 6'-3" F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6" E E


A A
3000 7'-0" x 6'-2" 8'-4" x 7'-2" F/R 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"
C C
3500 3 7'-0" x 6'-3" 8'-4" x 6'-11" F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

3500 3 7'-0" x 6'-10" 8'-4" x 7'-10" F/R 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

4000 3
8'-0" x 6'-3" 9'-4" x 6'-11" F 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"
Front and rear opening (F/R)
4000 3 8'-0" x 6'-10" 9'-4" x 7'-10" F/R 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0" S A Platform width
B Platform depth
C Hoistway width
Dimensional data shown above is for both seismic and non-seismic zones and complies with D Hoistway depth
current ASME A17.1 and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the I H O E Clear door opening
national codes. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
F Inside clear width
H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 4 I Entrance height: 7'-0" O Minimum overhead: G Inside clear depth
Up to 100 fpm 12'-0" H Inside clear height
Over 100 fpm 12'-3"
T I Entrance height
O Overhead
P Pit depth: 4'-0" S Safety beam required X Standard jack hole depth:
P Pit depth
per OSHA 1926.502 5 Travel + 6'-0"
I S Safety beam
T Travel
P
X Jack hole depth
X

One-speed One-speed
1
In areas where a 7" deep pit ladder is required, additional hoistway width or wall pocket will be required. side-opening doors center-opening doors
2
T his capacity is not available with center-opening doors.
3
 o meet the requirements of IBC code for 84" stretchers, a 4'-0" center-opening (for 4000 lbs capacity only) or 3'-6"
T
side-opening (for 3500 lbs or 4000 lbs capacity) door is required. G G B D
4
 imension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase in
D F F
overhead requirements.
5
 rovided and installed by others, as directed by the local thyssenkrupp office. Clear overhead is shown to the bottom of
P E E
the safety beam. A A
* Refer to page 14 for elevator machine room sizes. C C
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Hydraulic with machine room


Front opening (F)
A Platform width
B Platform depth
C Hoistway width
S

Below-
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width
I H O
ground
G Inside clear depth
Service elevators
H Inside clear height
I Entrance height T Jack types Travel Speed Capacity
O Overhead Conventional 60'-0" 80-200 fpm 4500-5000 lbs
P Pit depth
Click Jack type for specific product specs
S Safety beam I

T Travel
P
X Jack hole depth
X

Service
Cap Platform Hoistway1 Front/ Inside clear Door Door
(lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type width

4500 2 6'-0" x 8'-9" 7'-4" x 9'-6" F 5'-8" x 7'-9" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"


Two-speed 4500 2
6'-0" x 9'-5" 7'-4" x 10'-9" F/R 5'-8" x 7'-10" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
side-opening doors G B D
5000 2 6'-0" x 9'-4" 7'-4" x 10'-2" F 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"

F
5000 2
6'-0" x 10'-1" 7'-4" x 11'-4" F/R 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"

5000H 2
6'-0" x 9'-11" 7'-4" x 10'-9" F 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
E
5000H 2 6'-0" x 10'-8" 7'-4" x 11'-11" F/R 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
A
C

Front and rear opening (F/R) Dimensional data shown above is for both seismic and non-seismic zones and complies with
current ASME A17.1 and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the
A Platform width S national codes. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
B Platform depth
C Hoistway width H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 3 I Entrance height: 7'-0" O Minimum overhead:
Up to 100 fpm 12'-0"
D Hoistway depth
Over 100 fpm 12'-3"
E Clear door opening I H O

F Inside clear width


P Pit depth: 4'-0" S Safety beam required X Standard jack hole depth:
G Inside clear depth per OSHA 1926.502 4 Travel + 6'-0"
H Inside clear height
I Entrance height T

O Overhead
P Pit depth
S Safety beam I

T Travel
P
X Jack hole depth
X

Two-speed
side-opening doors G B D
1
In areas where a 7" deep pit ladder is required, additional hoistway width or wall pocket will be required.
2
W ith optional 4'-6" two-speed side-opening door, hoistway width becomes 8'-2".
F 3
 imension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase in
D
overhead requirements.
E 4
 rovided and installed by others, as directed by the local thyssenkrupp office. Clear overhead is shown to the bottom of
P
A the safety beam.
C
*R
 efer to page 14 for elevator machine room sizes.
14  endura

Machine room

Hydraulic elevator
machine rooms
Your endura system determines the machine room youll need.*
The most desirable controller closet location is on the lowest floor served, adjacent to the elevator
hoistway. At an additional cost, the machine room can be located remotely from hoistway.

Single-car configurations Dual-car configurations


A D

Power unit
Power unit

B E
Disconnect
Disconnect
switch
C switch Power unit
(by others) F
(by others)

Single-car with dry unit Dual-car with dry unit

Smaller machine rooms available in some cases.


Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative if needed.

Single-car Dual-car
Power unit A B C1 Door height Room height Power unit D E F1 Door height Room height

Submersible (large) 7'-2" 7'-1" 4'-0" Min 7'-0" Min 7'-6" Submersible (large) 10'-5" 10'-5" 4'-0" Min 7'-0" Min 7'-6"

Dry (large) 9'-10" 5'-6" 4'-0" Min 7'-0" Min 7'-6" Dry (large) 14'-7" 7'-0" 4'-0" Min 7'-0" Min 7'-6"

1
Clear opening.
* C onsult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative to help determine your needs, as machine room arrangements may vary from those shown.
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Hydraulic MRL
controller details
endura MRL controller
Our endura MRL is designed to maximize space by locating the
controller in the elevator entrance jamb. As a result, we require a
minimum 8" actual wall thickness at the floor where the controller will be
located. The wall construction can be done with dry wall or masonry
block. For installation purposes, however, the entire wall at the controller
level must be left out until the elevator frame and controller are in place.
The controller must be located at the landing directly above the lowest
landing served by the elevator. If that is not possible, the location must
be coordinated with your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative. Perspective view

8"min.
8" min. 8" min.
required
required Building power
Building power required Building power
Entrance
plan view
F-F Wallfinish
Wall finish Lobby side
Wall finishLobby side "
" Lobby side
1"shaftliner
1" shaftliner filler
filler by
by G.C.
G.C. 1" shaftliner
(Doorfiller by
width) G.C.
2"
2" (Door width) 2" (Door width)
Fire alarm
Fire alarm face opening Fire alarm
Clear opening
face Clear face Clear opening
Phone
Phone Phone

FF EE F FF E
2"2"

2"
+2"

height

Section
height)+2"

(Entrance height) +2"


height

openingheight

Clear opening height


frameheight

Overall frame height


height)

Controller entrance
(Entranceheight)

(Entrance height)
(Entranceheight)

E-E
Clearopening

elevation
Overallframe
(Entrance
(Entrance
Overall

Clear

Note A: 8" minimum


structural support for
sill installation.

These illustrations are for See note A E


See note A See note
E A E
reference purposes and not
for construction purposes. Leave off entire front wall at 2nd landing or higher for frame and controller installation.
Leave off entire front wall at 2nd landing or higher for frame and
Leave
controller
off entireinstallation.
front wall at 2nd landing or higher for frame and cont
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Flexible.
Efficient.
Smart.

Low-rise to mid-rise
traction MRL
Traction elevators provide optimal ride quality, faster speeds and
expend less time and energy to move people in your building.

Low- to mid-rise buildings, up to 20 floors, are Save space.


ideal for commercial, residential and mixed- Saves up to 120 square feet traditionally used We have disclosed
use spaces that provide retail space close to for a machine room. the chemical
where people live and work. So choosing an make-up and
elevator that is flexible, takes up less space Sustainability. earned Health
and transports people efficiently is a smart Optional regenerative drive technology feeds Product
move. Our mid-rise elevators are available in generated power back into the buildings grid Declarations on our
two configurations, self- and building- reducing energy costs. standard line of
supported. The machine room-less design will elevator cabs.
save leasable space and features our Quality interiors.
advanced regenerative drive technology. UL-validated, low-emitting materials exceed
stringent indoor air quality standards.

Speeds up to 500 fpm Capacities up to 5000 pounds


synergy
Which is right for you? 18
synergy
Self-supported 20
synergy
Building-supported 21
synergy
Controller closets 24
18 

Which is right for you?


Our synergy MRL traction elevators come in two different configurations:
self-supported and building-supported. Lets see which one is right for your building.

Self-supported Building-supported
Supported by elevator rails Supported by building

The self-supported configuration enables the loads imposed The building-supported configuration requires structural
by the elevator system to be transferred from the machine at support by the building. As a result, this elevator is able to
the top of the hoistway, down the guide rails, to the pit below. achieve faster speeds and higher capacities.

Configuration ideal for: Configuration ideal for:


Block or wood construction not intended to carry Steel, concrete or other construction methods
the loads of an elevator system capable of carrying the loads of an elevator system

Buildings with travel distance up to 85'-0" Buildings with travel distance up to 300'-0"

Elevators with capacities up to 3500 lbs and Elevators with capacities up to 5000 lbs and
speeds of 150 fpm speeds up to 500 fpm

Standard cab finishes and flooring Standard and upgraded finishes and flooring
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Building-supported connection details

Machine beam supported in beam pocket on


sides or front or back of hoistway Machine beam supported in beam pocket

Machine Beam Supported in Beam Pocket Machine B

Machine beam supported by steel beam


on sides or front or back of hoistway Machine beam supported by steel beam

Beam by others

Machine Beam Supported in Beam Pocket Machine Beam Supported by Structural Steel
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Low-rise to mid-rise traction elevators


Front opening (F)

Self- R
S A Platform width
B Platform depth

supported
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
I H O
E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width

Passenger standard G Inside clear depth


H Inside clear height
Cab design Max Travel Speed Capacity T I Entrance height
Standard 85'-0" 150 fpm 21003500 lbs O Overhead
P Pit depth
Click Cab Design for specific product specs
I R Car top railing
S Safety beam
P
T Travel

Passenger standard
Cap Platform Hoistway 2 Front/ Inside clear Door Door width Min OH 7 One-speed One-speed
(lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type E O side-opening doors center-opening doors
2100 3 6'-0" x 5'-1" 7'-4" x 5'-9" 5 F 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0" 13'-0"

2100 3
N/A N/A F/R N/A N/A N/A N/A
G G B D
2500 7'-0" x 5'-1" 8'-4" x 5'-9" 5 F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6" 13'-0" F F

2500 7'-0" x 5'-8" 8'-4" x 6'-8" 6 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6" 13'-0"
E E
3000 7'-0" x 5'-7" 8'-4" x 6'-3" 6
F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6" 13'-4" A A
3000 7'-0" x 6'-2" 8'-4" x 7'-2" 6 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6" 13'-4" C C

3500 4
7'-0" x 6'-3" 8'-4" x 6'-11" 6
F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6" 13'-4"

3500 4 7'-0" x 6'-10" 8'-4" x 7'-10" 6 F/R 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6" 13'-4"

Front and rear opening (F/R)


A Platform width
Dimensional data shown above is for non-seismic zones and complies with current ASME A17.1 S

and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the national codes. Consult R B Platform depth
your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details. C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
P Pit depth: 5'-0" H Inside clear cab height: 7'-2" 1 S Safety beam required
I H O E Clear door opening
per OSHA 1926.502 8
F Inside clear width
G Inside clear depth
H Inside clear height

T I Entrance height
O Overhead
P Pit depth

I R Car top railing


S Safety beam
P T Travel
1
Inside clear cab heights of 8'-2" and 9'-2" also available. Dimension shown is based on suspended ceiling design.
An increase in cab height will result in an increase in overhead requirements.
2
Pocket required for pit ladder with standard hoistway sizes. One-speed One-speed
side-opening doors center-opening doors
3
This capacity is not available with center-opening doors.
4
To meet the requirements of IBC code for 84" stretchers, a 3'-6" side-opening door is required.
5
For Seismic Zones 2 or greater, add 4" to hoistway width and 1" to hoistway depth. G G B D
6
For Seismic Zones 2 or greater, add 4" to hoistway width. F F
7
 verhead requirements increase by 2" with groups of two or more cars and/or seismic conditions.
O
For areas enforcing pre-2008 ASME A17.1 Safety Code for Elevators, contact your local representative E E
for overhead requirements. A A
8
Provided and installed by others, as directed by the local thyssenkrupp office. Clear overhead is shown to the bottom C C
of the safety beam.
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Low-rise to mid-rise traction elevators


Front opening (F)
A Platform width
B Platform depth R Building
supported
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening I H O

F Inside clear width


G Inside clear depth Passenger standard
H Inside clear height
I Entrance height Cab Design Max Travel Speed Capacity
T
O Overhead Standard 300'-0" 200, 350 fpm 2500-4000 lbs 3

P Pit depth Upgraded cab 300'-0" 200, 350 fpm 2500-4000 lbs

R Car top railing I


Click Cab Design for specific product specs
T Travel
P

Passenger standard
One-speed One-speed Cap Platform Hoistway 2 Front/ Inside clear Door Door width
side-opening doors center-opening doors (lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type E

2500 7'-0" x 5'-1" 8'-4" x 6'-8" 4 F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"

G G 2500 6
7'-0" x 5'-1" 9'-2" x 5'-9" 5
F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"
B D
F F 2500 7'-0" x 5'-8" 9'-2" x 6'-8" 5 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"

3000 7'-0" x 5'-7" 8'-4" x 7'-2" 4


F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"
E E
A A 3000 6
7'-0" x 5'-7" 9'-2" x 6'-3" 5
F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"
C C
3000 7'-0" x 6'-2" 9'-2" x 7'-2" 5 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"

3500 2
7'-0" x 6'-3" 8'-4" x 7'-10" 4
F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

3500 2,6 7'-0" x 6'-3" 9'-2" x 6'-11" 5 F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

Front and rear opening (F/R) 3500 2


7'-0" x 6'-10" 9'-2" x 7'-10" 5
F/R 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

4000 2,3
8'-0" x 6'-3" 9'-4" x 7'-10" 4 F 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"
A Platform width
4000 6
8'-0" x 6'-3" 10'-2" x 6'-11" 5
F 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"
B Platform depth R
4000 2,3
8'-0" x 6'-10" 10'-2" x 7'-10" 5 F/R 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening I H O
Dimensional data shown above is for non-seismic zones and complies with current ASME A17.1
F Inside clear width
and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the national codes. Consult
G Inside clear depth your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
H Inside clear height
P Pit depth: O Minimum overhead: 1 H Inside clear cab height: 7'-2" 1
I Entrance height T 200 fpm: 5'-0" 200 fpm: 14'-9"
O Overhead 350 fpm: 5'-5" 350 fpm: 15'-5"
P Pit depth
R Car top railing I

T Travel
P

One-speed One-speed
side-opening doors center-opening doors
1
Inside clear cab heights up to 9'-2" available in 1" increments. Dimension shown is based on suspended ceiling design.
An increase in cab height will result in an increase in overhead requirements.
G G B D
2
 o meet the requirements of IBC code for 84" stretchers, a 4'-0" center-opening (for 4000 lbs capacity only)
T
F F or 3'-6" side-opening (for 3500 lbs or 4000 lbs capacity) door is required.
3
200 fpm unavailable for 4000 lbs capacity.
E E 4
For Seismic Zones 2 or greater, add 2" to hoistway width.
A A
C C
5
For Seismic Zones 2 or greater, add 4" to hoistway width.
6
Configuration with side counterweight on front opening arrangement.
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Low-rise to mid-rise traction elevators


Front opening (F)

Building R
A Platform width
B Platform depth

supported
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
I H O E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width

Passenger performance G Inside clear depth


H Inside clear height
Cab design Travel Speed Capacity I Entrance height
T
Standard 300'-0" 200, 350, 500 fpm 21004000 lbs O Overhead
Upgraded cab 300'-0" 200, 350, 500 fpm 21004000 lbs P Pit depth
I R Car top railing
Click Cab Design for specific product specs
T Travel
P

Passenger performance
Cap Platform Hoistway Front/ Inside clear Door Door width
(lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type E One-speed One-speed
2100 2 6'-0" x 5'-1" 7'-4" x 6'-8" 4 F 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0" side-opening doors center-opening doors

2500 7'-0" x 5'-1" 8'-4" x 6'-8" 4 F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"

2500 7'-0" x 5'-8" 9'-2" x 6'-8" 5 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6" G G
B D
F F
3000 7'-0" x 5'-7" 8'-4" x 7'-2" 4
F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"

3000 7'-0" x 6'-2" 9'-2" x 7'-2" 5 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"
E E
3500 3 7'-0" x 6'-3" 8'-4" x 7'-10" 4 F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6" A A
C C
3500 3 7'-0" x 6'-10" 9'-2" x 7'-10" 5 F/R 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

4000 3 8'-0" x 6'-3" 9'-4" x 7'-10" 4 F 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"

Front and rear opening (F/R)


A Platform width
Dimensional data shown above is for non-seismic zones and complies with current ASME A17.1
and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the national codes. Consult R B Platform depth
your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details. C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
P Pit depth: O Minimum overhead: 1 H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 1
I H O E Clear door opening
200 fpm: 5'-0" 200 fpm: 16'-0"
350 fpm: 5'-5" (for front-opening 21004000 F Inside clear width
500 fpm: 6'-6" lbs capacities only), G Inside clear depth
16'-6" (for front/rear-opening H Inside clear height
2500-3500 lbs capacities)
T I Entrance height
350 fpm: 16'-4"
500 fpm: 17'-6" O Overhead
P Pit depth

I R Car top railing


T Travel
P

One-speed One-speed
side-opening doors center-opening doors

1
Inside clear cab heights available in 1" increments. Dimension shown is based on suspended ceiling design.
An increase in cab height will result in an increase in overhead requirements. G G B D
F F
2
This capacity is not available with center-opening doors.
3
 o meet the requirements of IBC code for 84" stretchers, a 4'-0" center-opening (for 4000 lbs capacity only)
T E E
or 3'-6" side-opening (for 3500 lbs or 4000 lbs capacity) door is required.
A A
4
For Seismic Zones 2 or greater, add 4" to hoistway width and 2" to hoistway depth. C C
5
For Seismic Zones 2 or greater, add 7" to hoistway width.
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Low-rise to mid-rise traction elevators


Front opening (F)
A Platform width
B Platform depth R Building
supported
C Hoistway width
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening I H O

F Inside clear width


G Inside clear depth Service performance
H Inside clear height
I Entrance height Cab design Travel Speed Capacity
T
O Overhead Standard 300'-0" 200, 350, 500 fpm 45005000 lbs

P Pit depth Upgraded cab 300'-0" 200, 350, 500 fpm 45005000 lbs

R Car top railing I


Click Cab Design for specific product specs
T Travel
P

Service performance
Cap Platform Hoistway Front/ Inside clear Door Door width
(lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type E

4500 2 6'-0" x 8'-9" 8'-2" x 9'-8" 3 F 5'-8" x 7'-9" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"

Two-speed 4500 2
6'-0" x 9'-5" 8'-2" x 10'-9" 3
F/R 5'-8" x 7'-10" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
side-opening doors G
B D 5000 2
6'-0" x 9'-4" 8'-2" x 10'-2" 3
F 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"

F 5000 2 6'-0" x 10'-1" 8'-2" x 11'-4" 3 F/R 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"

5000H 2
6'-0" x 9'-11" 8'-2" x 10'-9" 3
F 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
E
5000H 2 6'-0" x 10'-8" 8'-2" x 11'-11" 3 F/R 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
A
C

Dimensional data shown above is for non-seismic zones and complies with current ASME A17.1
Front and rear opening (F/R) and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the national codes. Consult
A Platform width your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
B Platform depth R
P Pit depth: O Minimum overhead: 1 H Inside clear cab height: 7'-4" 1
C Hoistway width 200 fpm: 5'-0" 200 fpm: 16'-4"
D Hoistway depth 350 fpm: 5'-5" 350 fpm: 16'-4"
E Clear door opening I H O 500 fpm: 6'-6" 500 fpm: 17'-6"
F Inside clear width
G Inside clear depth
H Inside clear height
I Entrance height T
O Overhead
P Pit depth
R Car top railing I

T Travel
P

Two-speed G B D
side-opening doors

F
1
Inside clear cab heights available in 1" increments. Dimension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in
cab height will result in an increase in overhead requirements.
E
A
2
With optional 4'-6" two-speed side-opening door, hoistway width remains 8'-2".
C 3
For Seismic Zones 2 or greater, add 7" to hoistway width.
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Controller closets
synergy self-supported

The features of your synergy MRL traction system determine the controller closet youll need.*
The most desirable controller closet location is on the top floor served, adjacent to the elevator
hoistway. At an additional cost, it may be located remotely, but must be within 150 feet of wire
length from motor to controller. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
Simplex Duplex
D
A
Small Small
Includes room for Controller
Includes room for
controller, disconnect, B controller, disconnect,
Controller Controller
Disconnect switch
and resistor box. (by others) and resistor boxes.
E

Resistors1
F

C
Disconnect
switches
(by others)

A D

Large Large
Includes room for Transformer/ Controller Includes room for
resistor
controller, disconnect, B
controller, disconnect,
Controller Controller
emergency rescue, Disconnect switch emergency rescue,
(by others)
transformer and transformer and
resistor box. resistor boxes. E
Transformer/ Transformer/
resistor1 resistor1

F
C

Disconnect
switches
(by others)

Simplex 2 Duplex 2,3


Size A B C Size D E F

Small 4'-4" 1'-8" 4'-0" Small 7'-0" 5'-6" 3'-0"

Large 6'-6" 2'-6" 6'-0" Large 7'-0" 7'-8" 3'-0"

Dimensional data shown above is for both seismic and non-seismic zones and complies 1
Devices are stacked in duplex configuration.
with current ASME A17.1 and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary 2
 ontroller closet temperature range 32F minimum, 104F maximum.
C
from the national codes. Consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
10-95% non-condensing relative humidity.
* C onsult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative to help determine your needs. 3
May also use two separate closets.
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Controller closets
synergy building-supported

The features of your synergy MRL traction system determine the controller closet youll need.*
The most desirable controller closet location is on the top floor served, adjacent to the elevator
hoistway. At an additional cost, it may be located remotely, but must be within 150 feet of wire
length from motor to controller. Contact your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
Simplex Duplex
A D

Standard Standard
Includes room for Includes room for
Controller
controller, disconnect, Transformer controllers, Transformers
Controller Controller

transformer and disconnects,


resistor box. B transformers and
E
resistor boxes.
Resistor Resistors Disconnect
C F
switches
(by others)

Disconnect switch
(by others)

A D

Performance Performance
Includes room for Includes room
Controller
controller, disconnect Transformer
for controllers, Controller Controller
Transformer
and transformer. disconnect and
B Disconnect switch transformer. E Disconnect switches
(by others)
Transformer (by others)

C
F

Simplex 1 Duplex 1
Size A B C Size D E F

Standard 5'-6" 6'-4" 3'-0" Standard 8'-6" 6'-0" 3'-0"

Performance 5'-0" 5'-11" 3'-0" Performance 10'-0" 5'-11" 3'-0"

1
C ontroller closet temperature range 32F minimum, 104F maximum. 1095% non-condensing relative humidity.
* C onsult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative to help determine your needs.
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Speed.
Innovation.
Freedom.

Mid-rise to high-rise traction


When height and speed are essential, our high-rise elevators
can adapt to your vision as quickly as we can move people.

The worlds high-rise buildings are Superior efficiency.


skyrocketing to over 2,000 feet. And our AC Gearless machine improves efficiency. thyssenkrupp
elevators can reach the top because of supports the United
advanced technology and the creativity of our Sustainability. Stated Green
most experienced engineers. The result is an Regenerative drive technology feeds Building Council and
elevator that moves with precision and speed, generated power back into the buildings grid is a visionary
while remaining remarkably energy-efficient to reduce energy costs. sponsor of the
and reliable. There are few restrictions on International Living
travel height and with speeds up to 2000 feet Interior quality. Future Institute.
per minute, the technology can be adapted to UL-validated, low-emitting materials exceed
buildings that truly want it all. indoor air quality standards.

Speeds 350 2000 fpm Capacities up to 5000 pounds


momentum
Standard and performance 28
momentum
Service 29
28

Mid-rise to high-rise traction elevators


Front opening (F)

AC Y

R
S
Z
A Platform width
B Platform depth
C Hoistway width

gearless I H O
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width

Passenger elevators G Inside clear depth


H Inside clear height

Car type Travel* Speed* Capacity* T I Entrance height

Standard 300'-0" 350, 500 fpm 21004000 lbs O Overhead

Performance 825'-0" 700, 1000, 1200 fpm 25004000 lbs P Pit depth

I
R Car top railing
Click Car Type for specific product specs
S Safety beam
*
Higher travel, faster speed, and higher capacity available. P T Travel
Y MR depth
Passenger (P) Performance speed and travel available
Z MR height
Cap Platform Hoistway 2
Front/ Inside clear Door Door width
(lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type E
One-speed One-speed
2100 1 6'-0" x 5'-1" 7'-4" x 5'-9" 3 F 5'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-0" side-opening doors center-opening doors

2500 (P) 7'-0" x 5'-1" 8'-4" x 6'-8" 7 F 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6"

2500 7'-0" x 5'-8" 9'-2" x 6'-8" 4 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-3" One-speed 3'-6" G G
B D
3000 (P) 7'-0" x 5'-7" 8'-4" x 7'-2" 7
F 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6" F F

3000 7'-0" x 6'-2" 9'-2" x 7'-2" 4 F/R 6'-8" x 4'-9" One-speed 3'-6"
E E
3500 2 (P) 7'-0" x 6'-3" 8-4" x 7'-10" 7 F 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6" A A
C C
3500 2 7'-0" x 6'-10" 9'-2" x 7'-10" 4 F/R 6'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"

4000 2 (P) 8'-0" x 6'-3" 9'-4" x 7'-10" 4 F 7'-8" x 5'-5" One-speed 3'-6"/4'-0"
Front and rear opening (F/R)
S A Platform width
Y Z
Dimensional data shown above is for non-seismic zones and complies with current ASME A17.1 B Platform depth
and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the national codes. Consult R C Hoistway width
your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
D Hoistway depth

P Pit depth: O Minimum overhead: 8


Z Minimum machine room height: I H O E Clear door opening
350 fpm: 5'-0" 350 fpm: 15'-3" Standard: 7'-6" F Inside clear width
500 fpm: 6'-6" 500 fpm: 16'-6" Performance: 9'-8" G Inside clear depth
700 fpm: 6'-6" 700 fpm: 20'-0"
H Inside clear height
1000 fpm: 11'-6" 1000 fpm: 24'-8"
1200 fpm: 22'-6" 1200 fpm: 27'-2" T I Entrance height
O Overhead

H Inside clear cab S Safety beam required Y Minimum machine room depth: P Pit depth
height: 7'-4" 5 per OSHA 1926.502 6 Standard: 16'-0" I
R Car top railing
Performance: 18'-0" S Safety beam

P T Travel
1
T his capacity is not available with center-opening doors. Y MR depth
2
 o meet the requirements of IBC code for 84" stretchers, a 4'-0" center-opening (for 4000 lbs capacity only)
T Z MR height
or 3'-6" side-opening (for 3500 lbs or 4000 lbs capacity) door is required.
3
For seismic conditions, add 4" to hoistway width and 3" to hoistway depth. One-speed One-speed
side-opening doors center-opening doors
4
For seismic conditions, add 4" to hoistway width.
5
 imension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase
D
in overhead requirements.
G G B D
6
 rovided and installed by others, as directed by the local thyssenkrupp office. Clear overhead is shown to the bottom of
P F F
the safety beam.
7
F or 1000 fpm speeds, add 2" to hoistway depth. For 1200 fpm speeds, add 2" to hoistway width and 4" to depth. E E
For seismic conditions on 700 fpm speeds, add 4" to hoistway width and 2" to depth. For 1000 and 1200 fpm speeds, A A
add 5" to hoistway width and 4" to depth.
C C
8
Minimum overhead can be reduced in some cases, consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative if required.
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Mid-rise to high-rise traction elevators


Front opening (F)
A Platform width
B Platform depth
C Hoistway width R
Y
S
Z
AC
D Hoistway depth
E Clear door opening
F Inside clear width
I H O
gearless
G Inside clear depth
Service elevators
H Inside clear height
I Entrance height Car type Travel Speed Capacity
T

O Overhead Standard 300'-0" 350, 500 fpm 45005000 lbs

P Pit depth
Click Car Type for specific product specs
R Car top railing
I
S Safety beam
T Travel
P
Y MR depth
Z MR height
Service
Cap Platform Hoistway Front/ Inside clear Door Door width
(lbs) AxB CxD rear FxG type E

4500 6'-0" x 8'-9" 8'-1" x 9'-8" 1 F 5'-8" x 7'-9" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"


Two-speed
side-opening doors 4500 6'-0" x 9'-5" 8'-1" x 10'-9" 2 F/R 5'-8" x 7'-10" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
G
B D
5000 6'-0" x 9'-4" 8'-1" x 10'-2" 1
F 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
F 5000 6'-0" x 10'-1" 8'-1" x 11'-4" 2 F/R 5'-8" x 8'-5" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"

5000H 6'-0" x 9'-11" 8'-3" x 10'-9" 1


F 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
E
A 5000H 6'-0" x 10'-8" 8'-3" x 11'-11" 2
F/R 5'-8" x 9'-0" Two-speed 4'-0"/4'-6"
C

Front and rear opening (F/R) Dimensional data shown above is for non-seismic zones and complies with current ASME A17.1
A Platform width S and CSA B44 Safety Code for Elevators. Local codes may vary from the national codes. Consult
Y Z
B Platform depth your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative for details.
C Hoistway width R
P Pit depth: O Minimum overhead: 5 Z Minimum machine room height:
D Hoistway depth 350 fpm: 15'-3"
350 fpm: 5'-0" Standard: 7'-6"
E Clear door opening I H O 500 fpm: 6'-6" 500 fpm: 16'-6"
F Inside clear width
G Inside clear depth H Inside clear cab S Safety beam required Y Minimum machine room depth:
H Inside clear height height: 7'-4" 3 per OSHA 1926.502 4 45005000 lbs: 19'-0"
I Entrance height T

O Overhead
P Pit depth
R Car top railing
I
S Safety beam
T Travel
P
Y MR depth
Z MR height

Two-speed
side-opening doors G
1
For seismic conditions, add 4" to hoistway width and 3" to hoistway depth.
B D
2
For seismic conditions, add 4" to hoistway width.
F 3
 imension shown is based on suspended ceiling design. An increase in cab height will result in an increase
D
in overhead requirements.
E 4
 rovided and installed by others, as directed by the local thyssenkrupp office. Clear overhead is shown to the
P
A bottom of the safety beam.
C 5
Minimum overhead can be reduced in some cases, consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator representative if required.
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Beautiful.
Customizable.
Safe.

Interior design
Cab interiors can take on a beautiful form while they function,
so we give you choices. Customize your own or choose from our
upgraded cabs and let us do the work.

Choose signals, fixtures, door types and Quality materials.


entrance finishes to create your cab interior. Durable, environmentally-safe finishes and
Select woods, textures, patterns, metals and wood materials.
colors to design a cab that conveys the look
and feel of your building. Our products are Reliable lighting. We hold a Declare
environmentally friendly because taking even Low-voltage, energy-saving LED lights label for our
the smallest steps to be greener can make a are standard. standard cabs that
lasting impression on the world we live in. We can be used on
offer a complete line of elevator interiors that Energy saving conscious. Living Building
are free from wood products containing added Auto shut-off fans and lights Challenge projects.
urea-formaldehyde. We also utilize powder conserve energy.
coating as opposed to solvent-based paint and
are validated by a third party (UL Underwriters
Laboratories) to be low-emitting.
Standard
Cab finish options 32
Finishes
Color selections 35
Accessories
Ceilings, handrails and sills 36
Fixtures
Standard and upgraded 37
Upgraded and custom
Cabs 40
Door and entrance
Configurations 44
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Standard cab
Laminated plastic options Level 1

Laminate wall design Click here to explore more


Create an impressive design with our wide variety of standard options. Walls include a laminate finish cab design options.
on a quality wood core. This cost-conscious choice is practical and durable.

Wall finish options


Plastic laminates

Woods Solids Patterns

Base finish options


Powder coats

Metals
33

Standard cab
Steel shell options Level 2

Steel shell design Click here to explore more


Clean and modern flat cab interior designs convey quality. Our durable formed steel-shell cab is cab design options.
available in a variety of powder coat options or can be upgraded to stainless steel.

Wall finish options


Powder coats

Metals

Base finish options


Powder coats

Metals
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Standard cab
Applied panel options Level 3

Panel design
Mix beauty and practicality with this decorative and durable cab. The panel design is Click here to explore more
constructed with a high-quality steel shell and vertical raised panels made with a core of cab design options.
urea-formaldehyde-free wood.

Panel finish options


Plastic laminates

Woods Solids Patterns

Metals
Reveal, base, frieze finish options
Powder coats

Metals
35

Standard finishes
Finish selections
Plastic laminates

Woods

756 3699 5481 5488 6206 6209


Natural Maple Rattan Cane Oiled Olivewood Smoky Brown Pear Planked Deluxe Pear Prestige Walnut

6930 7008 7759 8847 8848 9011


Natural Cane Acajou Mahogany Select Cherry Jarrah Legno Blackened Legno Zebrano

Solids

837 2770 7197


Graphite Sarum Gray Dover White

Patterns

Colors may vary. We


recommend examining a
large selector sheet before
299 5881 8826 8827 making a selection.
Ebony Oxide Chocolate Wrap Neutral Twill Sarum Twill

Powder coats

F-105 F-112 F-119 F-120 F-121 F-122 F-124 F-125


Cedar Brown Pitch Black Chalk Board Hibiscus Clover Whistle Red Coral Cables Chai

F-126 F-127 F-128 F-129 F-130 F-131 F-132 F-133


Mustard Seed Field Coat Prairie Grass Elephant Ear Blue Patina Smoked Silver Toasted Cotton Reclaimed Gray

Metals

Bronze* 5WL Brushed Polished


Stainless Steel* Stainless Steel Stainless Steel* * Requires special pricing.
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Standard accessory options


Ceilings

Suspended1 Downlight2 Island downlight2,3


White translucent diffusers for LED or Metal pan downlight ceiling features LED or Particle board core faced with your choice of
fluorescent lighting are available with ceiling halogen lighting. Lights are mounted in your plastic laminate, stainless steel or bronze.
frames in a powder coated, aluminum or choice of powder coated or stainless steel Houses a concealed emergency exit, as well as
stainless steel finish. ceiling panels. concealed metal framework.

Handrails

Cylindrical1 Flat bar


1" cylindrical handrail is a continuous metal form with ends turned Metal bar handrail is available in " thickness and 2", 4", or 6" widths.
toward the wall. We also offer straight endcaps in lieu of the returned Comes in brushed stainless steel.
ends. Comes in brushed stainless steel.

Sills
Our cab sill finishes allow you to match your sills to any other
Aluminum1
design component inside the cab. The standard sill design is
aluminum or bronze. You can upgrade the finish to nickel silver
for maximum durability.

Nickel silver

1
C omes standard. Finishes may vary based on your project selections.
2
L ighting options may vary depending on cab size.
3
Not available on all models.
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Standard fixtures
Signa4

Position indicator and hall lantern


Available in discrete or digital display

Intermediate hall station


With fire services devices

Car operating panel Hall position indicator Intermediate hall station


with fire services, appendix H
and appendix O signage

Terminal hall lantern


with arrow or domes

Push button
Available in blue & white LED lighting

Intermediate hall station Product details


Intermediate hall lantern
and car riding lantern Satin stainless-steel finish with
with arrow or domes charcoal trim

Allows for renovation of metal


finish without requiring removal of
box or frame
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Upgraded fixtures
Traditional

Position indicator
With directional arrows

Intermediate hall station


With fire services devices

Car operating panel Intermediate hall lantern Terminal hall station


and car riding lantern with fire services, appendix H
with arrows and appendix O signage

Push button
Available in blue, white, red and green LED lighting
Terminal hall lantern

Intermediate hall station


Product details

Faceplates in brushed or polished


stainless steel

Position indicator displays


car location with matrix of red
LED-illuminated dots

Buttons available with white, blue,


red or green LED lighting
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Vandal-resistant

Combo hall lantern and position indicator


With directional arrows

Intermediate hall station


With fire services devices

Car operating panel Terminal hall lantern Intermediate hall station


with arrow with fire services, appendix H
and appendix O signage

Intermediate hall lantern


with arrow

Push button
Available in red, blue and white LED lighting

Terminal hall station Product details


with fire service key switch
Faceplates in brushed or polished
stainless steel

Extra level of protection in


challenging environments

Pry-resistant hall jamb symbols and


buttons are mounted flush with the
door frame
40

Piece
together
perfection.

Arrangement 3
41

Upgraded cabs

Arrangement 1 Arrangement 2

Innovative clip system


for a quicker, quieter
and cleaner install

Custom-designed
look without the
custom price tag
Arrangement 4

Easy cab design


Carpets by others. Configurations shown above include
Get the look of custom-designed interiors without the custom price tag. standard and optional selections.
Choose from pre-designed arrangements and finish options. Colors may vary. We recommend examining a large
Our three-step approach will keep your schedule and budget in line. selector sheet before making a choice.

Additional arrangements available


42

As unique
as your
building.
43

Custom cabs

Custom ceilings

Use the materials and


colors of your choice.

Complement your
dcor or make a
design statement.

Custom design
Elevator cab interiors are a blank slate. We can help you customize
to tastefully complement your buildings dcor or make a statement
with a unique design.
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Door configurations
Door orientation options offer a range of benefits to accommodate different project needs.

Most economical
One-speed
The most economical door offering, available
with either right- or left-hand opening.
(right-hand shown) Opens right

Opens right

Interior of cab
Closed door position

Wider door opening


Two-speed
Provides a wider opening without compromising
door cycling time. Two doors move in the same
direction, one sliding faster than the other. Opens right
at twice the speed

Available with either right- or left-hand opening.


(right-hand shown)
Front door opens
at twice the speed Opens right
at normal speed

Interior of cab
Closed door position

Best for high traffic


Center-opening
Permits the quickest entry and exit, improving
elevator service while giving an attractive,
symmetrical appearance. Opens from center

Opens from center

Interior of cab
Closed door position

* Door configurations may vary based on elevator system chosen.


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Entrance details
Transoms
Panel height

Inset: Min: "


Max: Wall thickness
5' with cutout or
4" without cutout

Arrangement 1: standard height Arrangement 3: full height


This transom arrangement features a top panel that spans the width This transom arrangement is used to close in the hoistway opening
of the door and mounts flush with the entrance frame. The panel and features extended height columns with a 2" trim panel across
height is variable but limited based on the wall construction type Panelthe
height
top. The panel has a variable height and inset as shown above
4" max height for drywall and 12" max height for masonry walls. and can include a cutout for an elevator hall signal fixture. Finish
Finish options available to match the entrance frame, which include options are available to match the entrance frame, which include the
the powder coat and metal options featured on page 35. powder coat and metal options featured on page 35.
3" Minimum
Minimum CW 6"

Inset: Min: "


Entrance wall construction Max: Wall thickness
5' with cutout or 2"
4" without cutout
Drywall type Masonry type
3" Minimum 5" Minimum
Minimum CW 6" Minimum CW 8"

2"
2"

Standard sill supports


5" Minimum
Minimum CW 8"
1" Sill
1" Sill

1" Sill

F.F.
F.F.

F.F.

18 GA.
Center-opening and 18 GA.
Two-speed doors doors
door
single-speed doors
Sill support Sill support Sill s
supplied by 2" supplied by supp
support
3" Sill
support
3" Sill

support
3" Sill

thyssenkrupp thyssenkrupp thyss


Grout angle Grout angle Grout angle
Elevator Elevator Ele
Wall line Wall line Wall line
6" 5" 6"

Front walls should be left out until entrances are set in place or leave a minimum rough opening that Hand of doors is the direction the doors open, determined by standing inside of the elevator car
is 15" wider and 15" higher than frame opening of doorway. facing toward the doors.

Sill support details shown above are for thyssenkrupp Elevators standard entrance design. For additional entrance design and application arrangements, consult your thyssenkrupp Elevator
representative for details.
These diagrams show wall thickness and construction detail required in order to supply a minimum
fire resistance rating of 1 hours. Warnock Hersey Label on entrances. The dimension shown (3")
is the minimum wall thickness.
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Intelligent.
Innovative.
Sustainable.

Innovations and
enhancements
Raise the standard in safety, sustainability and performance
with thyssenkrupps innovations.

Your elevator system becomes more agile with latest emergency exit equipment with our thyssenkrupp has
our intelligent control system that reduces wait first in the industry evacuation solution that over 215 LEED
times and keeps your elevators secure. Move utilizes elevators. Were also at the forefront of professionals to
more people in fewer elevator shafts with the our industry when it comes to sustainability. help guide our
TWIN elevator system that operates two cabs From elevator products to lighting to customers as they
in one hoistway. Predictive and pre-emptive LEED-certified manufacturing facilities; we build projects with
maintenance is provided with the Internet of are taking the right actions today for a better tomorrow in mind.
Things-enabled MAX. And employ the absolute world tomorrow.
AGILE
Elevator technology 48
TWIN
Elevator system 50
MAX
Predictive maintenance 52
Occupant
Evacuation operation 53
This is
AGILE.
For quicker, smarter,
more flexible elevators
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Four intelligent elements to enhance your elevators


Introducing AGILE an innovative family of elevator enhancers from thyssenkrupp designed to
make your elevator system quicker, smarter and more flexible.
With smarter elevator operation, youll be able to make your building The AGILE elevator enhancer solution includes four intelligent
more efficient. With customization, youll be able to make it yours. With elements that can improve performance, enhance aesthetics,
flexible security, youll be able to better control access. With reduce traffic and much more.
comprehensive data and reporting, youll be able to make it a better
elevator experience for both passengers and management.

Destination Controls Design Center


Elevate the efficiency of your current system and move people Customize the graphic interface of your kiosks for a richer
like never before. user experience.

Security Access Management Center


Heighten a new or existing security system with our adaptable, Remotely manage the performance of your system to
turnkey solutions. forecast for the future.
2 Cabs.
1 Shaft.
0 Crowds.

TWIN. A precise and efficient elevator system.


The TWIN elevator system has two cars, arranged on top of each
other, that operate in one hoistway. Each elevator has its own traction
drive, controller, ropes, counterweight and governor and share the
same guide rails and landing doors. The cars move independently in
the hoistway. However, they always maintain a minimum separation.

TWIN motors are in perfect sync and harmony.


Motors operate independently and efficiently on top of one shaft.
Fully certified by the German TV inspectorate
the most stringent and rigorous safety
standard an elevator can attain.
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Safety is standard with TWIN


We provide four levels of safety to prevent TWIN cabs in the same hoistway from
getting too close to each other.

Intelligent allocation of calls Emergency stop function


Requests are always distributed by the Destination Controls so If the safety distance is breached, the system shuts down the
elevator cars do not obstruct each other and a minimum drives and activates the brakes, which triggers an emergency
distance is always observed. stop for both elevator cars.

Minimum safety distances Automatic safety gear


The minimum separation is constantly monitored automatically. The safety gears of both elevator cars are activated in the very
In order to avoid an emergency stop, the system will stop at the unlikely event that the first three safety stages fail or there is an
next landing to allow the other car to move on before continuing insufficient deceleration of the elevator cars. It is not possible
to its destination. for the elevator cars to make contact.

TWIN is in compliance with ASME A17.7/CSA B44.7; A17.7 specifically intended for new elevator technology and practices.
Safety level 3 and 4 will be monitored by an independent control system according to IEC EN 61508 giving TWIN the highest safety classification of Safety Integrity Level 3 (SIL3).
System satisfies the regulations in accordance with elevator directive 95/16/EC and EN 81-1 with approved deviations and is EN 81-A3 compliant.
MAX
Predictive
Maintenance

The elevator industrys first real-time,


cloud-connected predictive maintenance solution is
set to take elevator availability, reliability and
efficiency to new heights.

MAX
This smart elevator-monitoring solution will improve ride
efficiency and alert technicians to potential problems before
breakdowns happen.
Occupant
Evacuation
Operation

In case of emergency use the elevators. Our


new protocol can be implemented into an
elevator system to mobilize people in the event
of an emergency.

Occupant Evacuation Operation (OEO)


Its a more feasible way to evacuate people from tall buildings.
The OEO protocol uses software that operates the elevator
system during fires as well as signal fixtures to direct occupants
to safety.
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Elevator Technology

2591 Dallas Parkway, Suite 600

www.thyssenkruppelevator.com
thyssenkrupp Elevator Corporation

All illustrations and specifications are based on information in effect at time of publication approval.
thyssenkrupp Elevator reserves the right to change specifications or design and to discontinue items without prior notice or obligation.
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