A hardworking hydraulic elevator for low-rise applications
Equipped with a full automatic VVF hydraulic unit, increasing the comfort and precision of every trip.
The smooth ride, low noise and temperature changes compensation, solve one of the weakest points of this technology, making the hydraulic solution suitable for most of the cases.
Excel Hydraulic are able to meet all the quality targets and give you endless possibilities in finishes.
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Capacity: 2100lbs, 2500lbs, 3000lbs, 3500lbs, 4000lbs, 4500lbs.
Speed: 100 fpm
Stops: Up to 8 stops
Maximum Travel: 70ft
Power Supply: 220V-440V, Three phases.
Drive System: VVF Hydraulic
Control System: Microprocessor Controller | Fully Automatic System
Code Compliance: AASME A17.1 National Code, ASME A17.1-2002, Local Code.
Cab Size: 2500 lbs.: 80″ x 51″| 3500 lbs.: 80″ x 65″
Cab Conﬁgurations: Front, Rear
- Standard Features
VVF for smooth and comfortable ride.
Dot matrix car Indicator.
Illuminated halo push buttons
Automatic cab light
Landing call stations with indicator
- Optional Features
Graphic car indicator
Custom car finishes
- Safety Features
Automatic bidirectional floor leveling
Emergency Back up
Emergency stop and alarm
Fully automatic doors
UL certified components
- Work by Others
The following requirements must be met before installations is completed and are not included in the elevator contract.
Owner or general contractor to provide the following according to A17.1 Code unless local code is more stringent.
1. Plump within 1” and properly ventilated hoistway according to code and sizes shown.
2. Adequate supports for jack(s), buffers and rail guide brackets. When maximum spacing is exceeded, rail supports shall be provided at owner’s expense.
3. Hoistway barricades (all cutting and patching to install entrances, sill and hall fixtures). Also refer to entrances drawing for suitable sill support, recess and grouting.
4. Projections of 2” or more shall be beveled at angle not less than 75 from horizontal.
5. Hoist beam insert or hook to be installed at to of the hoistway in the center of the car and rails.
6. Floor recess of full width of the hoistway at all entrances for sills to the size shown. Grout by others.
7. Where possible entrances walls to be constructed after door frames and sills are installed. If rough openings are to be used then rough openings must be 8” on each side.
8. Guide rail brackets must be installed before fireproofing the hoistway.
9. Sleeves in the hoistway walls for the oil line and wiring duct for each car.
10. Door bucks and tracking sills, to be set plumb above each other and square with hoistway. In tile, concrete block or similar walls, side members must extend from sill to beam above. Where front and rear openings, the dimensions between door frames must be maintained.
11. Guide rail support locations must be steel, brick, concrete block. If used, inserts are supplied and installed by others, in shown locations as walls being erected. If rail brackets are attached to steel beams, fire proofing must be applied after rail brackets are in place, Steel beams size & location is specified by the elevator contractor, steel beams are furnished and erected by others.
12. A legal dry pit with a reinforced floor to sustain vertical forces as shown. At impact all forces shown must be doubled.
13. A pit ladder for each car of non combustible material and extends from the pit floor to 42” above the sill of the bottom landing is required.
14. Light and switch in the pit with switch accessible from the bottom landing opening.
15. A duplex “GFI” electric outlet must be provided in the center of the pit.
16. Pit ladder shall be provided when required.
17. A legal lighted and ventilated machine room with access and controlled temperature maintained between 60-95 deg F. The machine room door should be locked and secured against unauthorized access according to the code. It should be self closing, locking, and openable from inside without a key.
18. Sleeves in the machine room for the oil line and wiring duct for each car.
19. Light and switch in the machine room with switch located adjacent to the access door.
20. A duplex “GFI” electric outlet must be provided.
ELECTRICAL: (All ELECTRICAL MUST BE ACCORDING TO THE NEC & ANSI CODES)
21. A 125Amps fused disconnect switch for each car wiring to each elevator’s motor starter control. Disconnected means shall be disconnect all electrical power from the power surce(s) including emergency power when required.
22. A suitable 25A 110Vac disconnect switch for car light service located in the machine room and connected to the terminals in the control panel.
23. Heat and smoke sensors to be located at each elevator lobby with necessary wiring to each car control panel.
24. A telephone in each elevator car and its wiring from the building service to the elevator’s control panel.
25. A separate 25A 110Vac fused service with ground(Supplied thru automatic emergency lighting supply if available) connected to elevator signal controller for car lighting.
26. A safe and dry room to store the elevator’s equipment and tools required for construction.
27. Necessary power for installing the elevator free of charge.
28. Any other equipment(s) or source(s), not specified above, beyond the normal scope of supply of the elevator contractor and is necessary for the elevator(s) installations.
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Our broad array of cab and floor finishes complements your home’s décor!
Our steel and glass hoistways, suitable for both interior and exterior placement, can enhance the architecture of your structure.
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