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Microlift – 50kg/100kg Double Decker

17 July 2013

The Double Decker service lift provides two lift cars in the same shaft, ideal where space is restricted. Loading and serving is at floor and counter levels. The lower car entrance has a hinged landing gate, the upper car has rise and fall shutters.

Specifications

Car
Constructed in mild steel, finished in grey baked enamel (RAL 7038) with a stainless steel base and a removable stainless steel shelf. The car can also be finished in stainless steel.

Speed
0.35m/s

Entrances
High quality, smooth operation rise and fall shutters are fitted with safety locks and can be finished in either grey baked enamel or stainless steel. Hinged doors are available as an option on all models.

Car entrance protection
To meet the Essential Safety Requirements (ESRs) of the Machinery (Safety) Regulations, the lift car is supplied with car entrance protection as standard. This protects goods from falling whilst the lift is in motion.

Entry choice
Up to two entrances can be fitted on each floor.

Control
Fully automatic push button control with call and despatch facilities at each entrance for ease of use.

Indicators
"Lift arrival”, "lift occupied” and "lift position” indicators are fitted at each entrance, together with an audible lift arrival buzzer.

Travel
Up to 12 stops over a total distance of 30m of travel.

Mounting
The Microlift is supplied in a structure-supported frame which is galvanised for longer life. We do not require a separate motor room or "load-bearing” lift shaft. For more information, please ask for our builder's work details.

Motor
Mounted at the top of the lift structure, the smooth, quiet motor drives a high quality reduction gearbox fitted with a traction vee-sheave. An electro-magnetic disc brake is supplied, with emergency release mechanism. The reliable controller and counter-balance drive system ensure electrical consumption is minimal.

Safety
Complies with the Essential Safety Requirements (ESRs) of the Machinery (Safety) Regulations, also known as the Machinery Directive and EN 81-3 where applicable.

 
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