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    The five basic steps of lift installation

    Do you need a new lift installed? Whether you need to transport heavy goods or personnel, then a lift may be an essential part of your business. We provide professional lift installation and lift maintenance - our lift engineers can install new lifts, upgrade or replace lift systems.

    Not only does a new lift make moving between floors easier, they can also make the transporting of goods and people quicker and safer than having to use stairwells. Back injuries account for 20% of workplace injuries, so make sure you keep your employees and visitors safe by installing an elevator system today.

    A lot of companies are put off installing a new lift as they see it as a disruptive and longwinded installation process. This couldn’t be further from the truth; in fact, it takes just five steps to install a modern lift system:

    Setting Columns

    After initial consultation and yourself and the technician have decided on the right positioning for the elevator; this place needs to be spaceful enough for workers to install the system, floors on all levels need to be strong enough o support the system and here needs to be enough overhead clearance for loading and off-loading cargo. From here, columns will be bolted and guided into place.

    Adding the carriage

    The chosen carriage will be placed in the columns in the exact position indicated by marking which will be laid out on the floor. Wheel blocks re fitted to the column sand bolted to the carriage uprights efore lift chains are installed and connected to the wheelblocks.

    Raising the drive base

    For mechanical lifts a drive base will need to be lifted on top of the columns. This motordrive will be bolted into position and welded into the main supports.

    Wiring electrical components

    All lifts are now electronically controlled and once the main installation is complete your technician will complete any appropriate wiring ensure your lift will work at the flick of a switch.

    Contact Elevators Ltd today, your trusted lift company for more lift installation information.

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