Atlas RPH for Residential Buildings
Atlas RPH provides a practical traction MRL solution for residential buildings with pit and headroom limitations. Suitable for rated loads up to 1050kg, Atlas RPH features KLEEMANN’s premium quality gearless motor, 2:1 suspension and speeds of up to 1m/s. The state-of-the-art inverter minimises noise and delivers outstanding ride quality and exceptionally low energy consumption.
Ideal for the modernisation of existing lifts and those with narrow shafts, Atlas RPH strictly complies with Lifts Directive 2014/33/EC and standard EN81-21.
World class design
A wide range of cabin types and operating panels has been specifically created for KLEEMANN by the industrial designer Andreas Zapatinas.
Suitable for buildings with reduced pit and headroom, Atlas RPH is Ideal for modernisation of existing lifts. Designed to support the installation of up to three cabin doors.
Low noise levels
Gearless motor and state-of-the-art inverter combined with innovative design guarantees remarkably low noise levels inside and outside the cabin. The noise level inside the cabin (measured according to ISO 18738) during the lift operation reaches 52-54 dB (A).
Safe door closing
Atlas RPH is equipped with light curtains to provide additional safety and protection to the passenger when the car doors are closing.
In the unlikely event of power failure, the emergency evacuation system ensures the safe transportation of passengers to the nearest floor where the doors automatically open as to allow the car exit.
Energy saving product which reduces CO2 emission up to 60% using a regeneration drive, stand-by-mode and led lighting.
Ease of installation
Atlas RPH needs only one wall for the installation with most of the subunits pre-assembled and ready to be installed.
KLEEMANN provides record fast delivery for standard orders.
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Destination Control System
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