Since their conception in the late 1800s, elevators have developed alongside modern technology into a contraption that our ancestors would find hard to believe. After all, a simple push of a button in the Empire State Building can take people 86 floors high in less than two minutes! With this said, there are many other ways to improve the aesthetic value and lifespan of your elevator cabin. Read on to find out everything you need to know about epoxy cabins…with
What are they?
You can identify an elevator with an epoxy cabin through the power coating that is applied during the manufacturing process. These types of elevators have their metal surfaces coated with a specialist epoxy, or polyester resin, which forms a protective layer that can ward off devasting damage like corrosion. In fact, it can also double up as a decorative feature that helps your elevator stand out from the crowd!
An epoxy cabin is a great way to improve the aesthetic value of your elevator whilst ensuring that your investment is profitable. Here are a couple of the benefits:
- An epoxy cabin is a cost-effective way to prolong the life of your elevator and the metal surfaces inside it. After all, all metals are susceptible to the effects of corrosion and using an epoxy to reduce this vulnerability is an effective and affordable investment.
- Choosing to have your elevator cabin treated with an epoxy solution opens up a few doors when it comes to personalisation. In fact, you can even customise your cabin using graphics that are installed using digital printing. For example, this means that businesses can have their elevator cabins engraved with their company logo.
Here at Elevators Ltd we believe that epoxy cabins are the future of the elevator industry. After all, their aesthetically pleasing decorative finish is only the tip of the iceberg. To find out more information about the benefits of an epoxy cabin, get in contact with the best lift company around today and speak to a member of the team!