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Dark, Dingy, Damaged … The Why – and How – of Elevator Cab Renovation

Vertical Transportation

Dark, Dingy, Damaged … The Why – and How – of Elevator Cab Renovation

Over time, elevator interiors can get damaged … especially if the cab is used for both passengers and freight. Even with the best padded intentions, freight and furniture movers and delivery drivers ding up, gouge and scuff walls with dollies, carts and crates. In this white paper, you’ll learn the reasons why elevator renovations are a necessary consideration, and the simple ways to update a worn-out cab interior.


September 30, 2015

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A robot automates elevator installation

 

Schindler—which manufactures and installs elevators, escalators, and moving walkways—has created a robot called R.I.S.E. (robotic installation system for elevators) to help install lifts in high-rise buildings.


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