Whether you’re looking to install a new system or are curious about how your existing machinery works, here’s everything you need to know about hydraulic elevators. What is a Hydraulic Elevator? There are two main types of elevator systems: traction and hydraulic.
The way elevator services are broken down is similar to taking care of a car. Every certain number of miles, your vehicle needs basic care like an oil change or filter replacement.
It’s difficult to know what kind of elevator you’re riding unless you’re able to see the mechanics going on behind the scenes. For example, Thyssenkrupp has a variety of elevator types including traction and hydraulic systems, but it’s not likely that riders would even notice a difference.
Last month in Charlotte, MI, an elevator full of soybeans destined for Japan caught fire. The wooden grain elevator blaze began around 8am and caused a three-hour delay on a westbound Amtrak train from East Lansing to Chicago.
Did you know that the Commonwealth of Massachusetts can fine building owners $100 per day if they operate an uninspected elevator? Back in May, 2011 the Massachusetts State Legislature approved a budget amendment that requires a valid elevator inspection certificate before operating any elevator or …
Source: Merrimack Patch We would like to thank the many employees and customers who have made Stanley such a great Company! Merrimack Patch– Stanley Elevator Company, Inc., a company founded and based in southern New Hampshire, is celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2012.