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Pneumatic Vacumum Elevators

Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators are easier to install,  maintain, and operate than traditional elevators. They are especially ideal for existing homes due to their compact design because excavating a pit, and hoistway are not required. Air pressure above and beneath the elevator cab are the key to transporting.

The reliability and safety of these vacuum elevators are unsurpassed due to the physics behind their design.

Pneumatic Home Elevator Components:

The Essential Parts of the Vacuum Elevator:

Hoistway Cylinder - A clear, self-supporting tube built out of specially designed sections. The walls of this tube are made of curved sheets of polycarbonate. The tube is made by modular lengths that fit together easily. The doors are made of the same material. They are airtight and provided with safety magnetic locks. The roof of the tube, made of steel, ensures air tight core and has suction valves and air inlets.

The Vacuum Elevator Car - Made of transparent polycarbonate and is mounted on a steel frame. On the cab roof, there is an air tight joint that ensures normal pressure and air conditions for the passenger. An anchoring system activates when reaching the desired floor, thereby assuring the passenger an exact stop with the cab locked at that level mechanically.

The Suction Assembly - Can be built and placed in different ways, either on the same tube that holds the cab or separately at distances up to 30ft. from cylinder. In all cases, the motor is monophase.

The Essential Parts of the Vacuum Elevator:

Hoistway Cylinder - A clear, self-supporting tube built out of specially designed sections. The walls of this tube are made of curved sheets of polycarbonate. The tube is made by modular lengths that fit together easily. The doors are made of the same material. They are airtight and provided with safety magnetic locks. The roof of the tube, made of steel, ensures air tight core and has suction valves and air inlets.

The Vacuum Elevator Car - Made of transparent polycarbonate and is mounted on a steel frame. On the cab roof, there is an air tight joint that ensures normal pressure and air conditions for the passenger. An anchoring system activates when reaching the desired floor, thereby assuring the passenger an exact stop with the cab locked at that level mechanically.

The Suction Assembly - Can be built and placed in different ways, either on the same tube that holds the cab or separately at distances up to 30ft. from cylinder. In all cases, the motor is monophase.

The Essential Parts of the Vacuum Elevator:

Hoistway Cylinder - A clear, self-supporting tube built out of specially designed sections. The walls of this tube are made of curved sheets of polycarbonate. The tube is made by modular lengths that fit together easily. The doors are made of the same material. They are airtight and provided with safety magnetic locks. The roof of the tube, made of steel, ensures air tight core and has suction valves and air inlets.

The Vacuum Elevator Car - Made of transparent polycarbonate and is mounted on a steel frame. On the cab roof, there is an air tight joint that ensures normal pressure and air conditions for the passenger. An anchoring system activates when reaching the desired floor, thereby assuring the passenger an exact stop with the cab locked at that level mechanically.

The Suction Assembly - Can be built and placed in different ways, either on the same tube that holds the cab or separately at distances up to 30ft. from cylinder. In all cases, the motor is monophase.

Hoistway Cylinder - A clear, self-supporting tube built out of specially designed sections. The walls of this tube are made of curved sheets of polycarbonate. The tube is made by modular lengths that fit together easily. The doors are made of the same material. They are airtight and provided with safety magnetic locks. The roof of the tube, made of steel, ensures air tight core and has suction valves and air inlets.

The Vacuum Elevator Car - Made of transparent polycarbonate and is mounted on a steel frame. On the cab roof, there is an air tight joint that ensures normal pressure and air conditions for the passenger. An anchoring system activates when reaching the desired floor, thereby assuring the passenger an exact stop with the cab locked at that level mechanically.

The Suction Assembly - Can be built and placed in different ways, either on the same tube that holds the cab or separately at distances up to 30ft. from cylinder. In all cases, the motor is monophase.

 

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