5 revolutionary Women in the lift, construction and architecture industries

In light of International Women’s Day 2018, here’s our selection of five women revolutionary in industries where women are still under-represented.

Harriet Tracy

Born in 1834, Tracy’s inventions were innovative and she patented them ruthlessly. It is recorded that she patented some impressive twenty-seven inventions during her lifetime. Eleven of those patents were for inventions related to lifts and included her invention for automatic hatchway guards.  For her work, she received a letter highly commending her signed by five talented and world-famous ...

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The Market for Dumbwaiters is Growing

These handy contraptions have been moving objects up and down floors for centuries. The simple design has been improved on with new technologies and has evolved with the times into a fully integrated system, present in domestic and commercial settings.

Market Segregation

The global market for dumbwaiters is fragmented into; product type (which covers window and floor types), door type and application.

The material type used in dumbwaiter construction is split into stainless steel, powder coated steel, baked enamel coatings, and others. With ...

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Easy Steps to Lift Installation

Thinking of having a lift installed in a domestic building or workplace? The process is much simpler than you may think. Once a platform lift is installed and under constant use, you’ll wonder how you ever got by without one. They enhance accessibility and counter the problem that some of your employees and customer may have with stairs.

Let’s take a look at how simple the process of installing your new platform lift actually is:

  1. First Contact

Contacting a lift installer is easily ...

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