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Is Your Elevator DDA Compliant?

Since an elevator is a piece of mechanical equipment, it
relies on the expertise of a qualified engineer in order to ensure that it
remains in tip top condition. In fact, there have been many changes to the way
that elevators are designed over the years, particularly following the
introduction of the DDA in order to ensure that […]

The Lowdown on LOLER Regulations

Here at Elevators Ltd, we place a lot of emphasis on safety
and that is why we carry out a full inspection of each and every one of our
elevators before they are installed. After all, a brand-new lift should
not be a safety concern for passenger or property owners or put anybody at risk
of a serious […]

The Benefits of Machine Room Less Hydraulic Lifts

The design of a building involves
a variety of different components in order to ensure that the finished product
ticks every single box. After all, it is important that buildings are modern, eco-friendly,
high rising and spacious whilst also providing passengers with an efficient and
high-quality way of travelling between the different floors. As a result,
elevators have become […]

Features That Modernise an Elevator

The elevator as we know it today
has been a staple piece of technology found in society for almost 200 years and
this means that cabs can become outdated very quickly. After all, maintenance
ensures that the mechanical parts remain in tip top condition and are safe for
use whereas modernisation focuses on the aesthetics instead. Here at […]

The Outdoor Elevators of Lloyds in London

It is safe to say that there are
a variety of weird and wonderful elevator designs located in a range of
different locations around the world, such as the AquaDom in Germany which has
a giant aquarium surrounding a fully functioning glass elevator. With this
said, the Lloyds building in London is the one of the most famous […]

3 Reasons Why Handrails are in Elevators

Here at Elevators Ltd, we
manufacturer all of our cab with safety in mind and put them through a rigorous
testing phase in order to ensure that the mechanics are fit for use. With this
said, many people tend to forget about the importance of internal features like
handrails and how they can make or break the entire […]

The Importance of Elevator Load Testing

Since elevators are mechanical
pieces of equipment, they require routine testing and servicing from a licenced
engineer in order to ensure that they are in tip top condition all year round.
After all, a problem can develop with subtlety which means that the property
owners may not realise that an elevator is damaged until the problem has
developed in […]

Why Elevators Are Dangerous in a Fire

From skyscrapers to accessibility, the elevator is a modern
contraption that provides a variety of benefits within society. After all, many
people couldn’t travel between the floors of a building without them. With this
said, there are a handful of situations when we should abandon the idea of the
elevator and opt for the stairs instead, such as […]

By |September 25th, 2019|Lift Company|0 Comments

3 Signs an Elevator Cab Needs to be Repaired

With the right care and maintenance, an elevator can provide
several decades worth of service. After all, these man-made contraptions are
designed with reliability and longevity in mind in order to ensure that
property owners receive the best value for money on their investment. With this
said, mechanical installations cannot regulate their own maintenance which
means that an engineer […]

3 Elevator Features That Ensure Disability Safety

Here at Elevators Ltd, we recognise that the elevator plays a
vital role in society by allowing those afflicted with a disability to retain
their independence and travel between the different floors of a building
unattended. With this said, public buildings were not always so accommodating,
and it was only following the implementation of the Equality Act 2010 […]

By |September 19th, 2019|Lift Company|0 Comments