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Installation of elevators. Magnetic lifts in Germany

Innovative lift on magnetic basis will soon be launched in Germany

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One of Germany's largest industrial concerns, ThyssenKrupp, officially unveiled the newest non-contact vertical magnetic lift design on its 246 meter test tower in Rottweil, Germany, known as the Multisystem. The cabin moves on the principle of a train on a magnetic cushion.

Initially announced in 2014, the concept is currently being tested in three of the 15 elevator shafts of the building. The technology has the potential to reduce the weight of the elevator car by 50 percent, as well as the ability to completely rethink the way buildings are built because of a 25 percent increase in available space. The East Side Tower in Berlin, one of the tallest skyscrapers in Germany, will be the first building in the world to use a non-contact vertical construction of a magnetic lift. The completion of the East Side Tower is scheduled for 2019. It should be noted that the builders specially fortified the concrete foundation of the mines with the purpose of reliable use with multi-toned elevator cabs, plying inside them at a speed comparable to the speed of the Sapsan electric train.

Multisystem is the biggest innovation in the design of elevators, as the cable elevator was invented more than 160 years ago. Replacement of cables with linear motors, which provide both vertical and horizontal movement, not only leads to the fact that more cabs can move along single shafts, but also offers architects completely new possibilities for designing buildings.

Installation of elevators. Petronas Towers

Tower Petronas

The capital of Malaysia Kuala Lumpur has many interesting sights. But, the most grandiose and majestic structure is the towers "Petronas". Many tourists, having got to Kuala Lumpur, first of all go to look at the famous towers - a masterpiece of architecture. The author of the project is the Argentine architect Cesar Pelli. He tried to put his bold ideas into the project. When you stand beside the twin towers, you involuntarily feel dizzy. In the name of the towers, the author put all the meaning. First of all, he was worried about the form. He analyzed, invented. And, finally, it was decided to build two next-standing buildings, which should be the highest in the world.

The Petronas oil corporation financed the construction.

The project and construction of the Petronas Towers Twin Towers was financed by Petronas State Petroleum Corporation. For all was spent about 800 million dollars. Some part of the expenses was financed by the large companies of Malaysia, which later occupied part of the office premises. The towers were connected to each other by covered junctions in the form of a bridge.

Petronas towers were made in the form of corn cobs, but with observance of all canons and traditions of Islamic architecture. The height of the towers "Petronas" is 452 meters and can be seen from all parts of the city. Both buildings have 88 floors. They accommodate office premises of companies, several restaurants and bars, a cinema, exhibition halls and a shopping center. On the 86th floor there is an observation deck. The most unique in the project is the air bridge "Sky Bridge", connecting both towers at the level of 41 and 42 floors.

On the sides of the towers there are semicircular projections, which have been built up for stability. The air bridge is located so that visitors can see the whole of Kuala Lumpur from a bird's eye view. The government of Malaysia demanded that the towers be decorated with steel spiers. Therefore, the towers "Petronas" are the highest twin towers in the world since 1998. These towers - skyscrapers should be a symbol of the new Malaysia, which is rapidly developing. The idea of ​​Cesar Pelly was embodied. Today the towers of Petronas are the face of Malaysia. The towers are a symbiosis of the most modern technologies, fantasies of the architect and traditions of Islam.

Two-storey elevators in the towers.

The buildings are impressive not only for their height. The total area of ​​all premises is forty-eight football fields. The foundation of the towers is installed on concrete piles that go deep into the earth for 100 meters. Since the towers did not have excess space for additional elevator shafts, the installation of elevators was carried out in a confined space and a cunning principle was applied here. All the elevators in the towers are two-story, that is, when landing on their own floor, if it is odd, then on the elevator you can only exit on an even floor, and if even, then on even. Interesting passenger elevators can be seen in the towers "Petronas". Maintenance of elevators is carried out regularly, mainly at night. But the elevator emergency services are experiencing some inconvenience, as if in an emergency situation they have to get people out of the elevator booths immediately on two floors, because the lifts are two-story. In total, 78 freight and passenger elevators are in the Petronas tower, and they are divided into tiers: up to the 16th floor one can climb on one group of elevators, from 16th to 41st floor - on the other, and to go up to the top floor, bridge. All elevators are very spacious and each elevator car is designed for 52 people. To go up to the top floor you need to spend a half minutes.
At night, the towers are backlit. Each tower has about 16,000 windows. The illuminated towers give the impression of a fairytale castle.

The images of the towers show how successfully the incompatible one was combined (different architectural styles and epochs were combined). The entire scale of investment should be convinced in the material well-being of the country.
The towers "Petronas" is the "Mecca" of the creators of computer games.
As in all of Asia, the service staff is friendly and friendly. At any time you will be honored and all your requests fulfilled.

Installation of elevators. Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

The Yuzhno-Sakhalin family is stuck in a lift elevator

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The whole family was stuck in the elevator of the overground crossing. And the elevator was a secret. Not reading the operating instructions in which it was clearly written how to use the elevator. Just had to hold the button until it clicked, so that the door opening mechanism worked. But ... here there was a panic, maybe the family suffered from claustrophobia and instead of calling a dispatcher, the father of the family began to break the door, saving his wife and child in the stroller. What a miracle lift installed in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk - a secret under seven seals.

Lift perehod2aPassenger lift in the crossing works, despite the bent vandal-proof door. Now we will have to order the damaged equipment from the mainland, because on Sakhalin Island, there are no factories repairing elevator equipment.
People so did not like this elevator, that the vandals drew the entire cabin bending over the surveillance camera to prevent them from being caught.

Installation of elevators, and they were installed two, cost the city 4.5 million rubles. Installation of elevators in the above-ground passage near school No. 13 was also considered, but the management of the Sakhalin Oblast motor roads Sakhalin-Kurily plans to monitor the already installed elevators in the transitions, and then decide on the installation of new elevators.

In order not to advertise miracle elevators, we do not call manufacturers of these lifts.

P. S. Passengers of any lifts and lifting mechanisms, entering the cabin of an unfamiliar elevator. Recall, the installation of the first two elevator lifts on an elevated pedestrian crossing in Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk completed this summer. Their cost is 4.5 million rubles. The issue of installation of elevators on the above-ground passage near school No. 13 was also considered. However, the management decided to first monitor the operation of the first lift. be sure to read the instructions for using the lift. And who suffers from claustrophobia, it is better to refuse to use the elevator and run down the stairs. And health benefits and do not fall into such a curiosity.

Road to the castle of Albertis on the lift cable car.

Where in Italy can you see the lift-funicular?

Of course, in the city of Genoa. The elevator is located in a beautiful medieval mansion, on the hill of Montegallo. Albertis Castle was built in 1886-1892 on the site of the foundation of the old castle of the bastion, which was here since the 16th century. On the order of the master of the castle of Captain Enrico Alberto d'Albertis, the engineers Graziani and Francesco Parodi carried out all the work on building the building under the supervision of the architect Alfredo D'Andrade.


Captain Enrico d'Albertis was a sailor and served in the Italian naval, and then - merchant fleets. In 1879, he opened the first yacht club in Italy and on two boats went on the route of Christopher Columbus using the same navigation instruments. After several round-the-world Enrico, he also participated in archaeological excavations around the world and collected an excellent ethnographic collection of various cultures of the world. Here you can see various objects of everyday life of American and African tribes and you can get to know the life and faith of the inhabitants of that time.


In 1929, in order to get to Albertis Castle, you had to walk along a 200 meter tunnel on foot and then climb up a vertical shaft 72 meters upwards on an ordinary passenger lift. But at the end of the 20th century, the constructions of the elevator shaft and all the mechanisms became useless, their major reconstruction was required. The castle museum was closed for reconstruction. The project and all the works were financed by the municipality of Genoa, the Government of Liguria and the Urban II Society. Already in 2004, a funicular was installed in the tunnel, lifts were installed and passenger elevators were reopened. That is, the Museum of the History of World Cultures again began to receive visitors.


The new lift combines the properties of a horizontal, inclined cable car and the properties of a conventional passenger elevator, not even one but two elevators. Both elevator cabins are designed for 23 people each.

The principle of operation is very simple. In the tunnel along the rails, the cab pulls the motor at a speed of 4.5 m / s using a looped steel cable running along the guide rollers. The railway track is a narrow-gauge railway that branches into two ways in front of the elevator shaft.


Since there are two booths and two elevator shafts, and there is only one way, one cabin will wait for another until it passes the horizontal path. With the help of the automatic elevator control system, cabins can not be on the same path as the horizontal section passes. After the entrance of the cabin to the elevator shaft, it is grasped by the rubber pulleys of the pneumatic actuators and inserted into the guide shafts of the elevator.


Further, the cabin of the passenger lift rises to 72 meters at a speed of 1.6 m / s. Maintenance of elevators is carried out by employees of the Genoese municipal transport company AMT.
At the top is the castle of Albertis, the former home of Captain Enrico Alberto d'Albertis, who bequeathed the castle to the city of Genoa and after the death of Enrico in 1932 he moved to the municipality as the Museum of the History of World Cultures.

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It's very easy to find a lock. From the main train station of Genoa, Piazza Principe, you need to walk to the monument to Christopher Columbus, then go to the left side of Via Balbi.

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Under the signboard of the Hotel Vittoria and the entrance to the tunnel of the castle of Albertis.

Watch the video about the lift funicular.

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