Cab Design Our goal is to create the best possible user experience with our new elevator installations. A smooth ride and reliable performance ensure ideal operation, while the car interior design creates an aesthetically pleasing experience for each passenger and improves the. Please select the elevator options below and we will provide a virtual walk-through video. Landing Doors: Swing Doors by GC Sliding Doors (Stainless) Sliding Doors (Beige -can be painted) Cab Gate Accordion Bi-Parting Sliding Doors (Stainless) Sliding Doors (Beige -can be painted) Fixture Finish: Stainless Steel Bronze Cab Walls: Oak (Melamine, Unfinished Hardwood Veneer, or. 4225 Naperville Road Lisle, IL 60532 Tel.: 630-577-1650. For media inquiries please contact: Patrick O'Connell. Request an offer. Elevator Handrails Our 3-D Design Software Using our 3-D design software, our team will create a picture with detailed dimensions of the final product for your review and approval. These perspective drawings are tailored job specific so you see your actual finished elevator scaled to size.
A common mistake made by building owners is thinking anyone can do elevator renovations by hiring an interior designer or architect who does not know the elevator codes. All elevator cab interiors must meet code requirements for design, weight, fire rating on materials, fabrication, and installation. In addition, most local code authorities and unions require all elevator interior renovations be performed by, or supervised by, a qualified licensed elevator contractor.
Short cuts on elevator interior renovations are not worth the risk
If you choose to do an elevator interior renovation and do not tell the local authorities, or use a company that's not familiar with codes, you may overload your elevator system, expose yourself to liability or have the elevators shut down by the state. In the U.S., many States require a permit prior to starting any cab renovation work. All work performed without proper permits will be removed and the building owner will then be required to file the necessary permits and reinstall approved materials which will essentially double your costs. If you have questions regarding permit requirements we suggest you contact your States elevator code authority or a local elevator service provider for assistance.
What is the average costs of upgrading an elevator interior
Elevator interior upgrades are not cheap. If you want new wall panels, handrails and new ceiling you should budget $10,000 to $15,000 per car. The cost of the interior will also increase if you want to add new flooring or use expensive materials like marble.
We are living in extraordinary times that require new solutions in all aspects of public health, including elevator passenger interfacing. Below are solutions that reduce risk by limiting passenger contact with contaminated surfaces.
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Call the elevator without touching the floor or hall buttons using your smartphone.
Easy-to-install concept: no changes to controller or shaft wiring required. Ideal for modernizations; best for retrofitting.
PHANTOM - Touchless Sensor
This sensor allows almost any elevator pushbutton to become touchless. Monitoring the area 0.5' above the pushbuttons, PHANTOM detects finger like objects and activate the button, while rejecting other objects reducing false activations. To use, the passenger simply brings their finger in proximity of the button to activate the call. Manual button functions remain to meet all code requirements.
The perfect touch-free solution to the commonly touched elevator surface. Hover over the button with sensor activation. The BS Touchless is the perfect retrofit product: replace on the pressel only, contact & wiring unchanged.
The Toe-To-Go (T2G) foot-activated elevator call button allows activation of hall & car station buttons by shoe, reducing the risk of transferring germs by creating a hands-free experience.