The safety aspects of the high-speed lift – Is it safe?
One of the biggest safety aspects to consider with a high-speed lift is the overspeed regulator. The speed these lifts are reaching is advanced. As a result, the components such as the motor need to be bigger and more robust.
Naturally, more is demanded of the brakes in a high-speed lift, as they need to provide a smooth stop to a faster-moving cabin. Using a combined mechanism with springs at the bottom of the lift, you are guaranteed a safe landing when the lift arrives at any floor.
Noise within the car
Lifts can be noisy, which impacts the user experience. With high-speed lifts, the impact of noise may be increased. For instance, due to the narrow hoistways, you may hear a swirling current that adds to the noise of a lift.
There is also the matter of wind pressure, which can cause intermittent noise when against components such as separating beams. In order to combat this, our engineers are able to locate the smoothest surface possible, which will help reduce the impact of the noise and ensure a user-friendly experience for everyone who uses the lift.
All the above is the result of high-quality installation but needs to be monitored and maintained throughout the lift’s life. This is why we have a range of maintenance packages, catering to all budgets based on your needs. To get started with your lift installation, contact a member of our team today.