Self propelled cabin for a traction MRL elevator (Article)

Baliktsis, L., Asvestopoul, L.
Kleemann Group
Elevator World, Volume 53, Issue 5, May 2005, Pages 134-137

During the last decade machine-room-less (MRL) elevators became "status" in the lift industry. Within 10 years, a great number of different solutions were presented to the market. In some cases, the patent's nightmare from the multinationals has blocked a major number of such ideas, which were very sophisticated in some situations. A completely different approach for the idea of the MRL elevator gave birth two years ago to APOLLO, a self-propelled cabin with the machine integrated into the car frame. The idea of the APOLLO elevator, and the first results obtained from the experience of its use, are presented here.


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