Marine Elevators New Construction
The planning, installation and operation of elevators on ships require detailed knowledge of specialties on board. These elevators have to withstand highersafety requirements in the cabin are even more restrictive than conventional installations.
More Restrictive Regulations
The regulations for elevators on ships are much more restrictive than for installations on land. Among other things, it must be ensured that passengers can free themselves from the cabin in an emergency. Furthermore, the elevator system is integrated into the fire alarm system. Due to the sometimes considerable ship movements, the design of the elevator system must also withstand particular stresses. Meeting the schedule during the construction of a large cruise vessel is one of the most challenging aspects.
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Each vessel is unique, so we tailor our services: from minor upgrades to full replacement, we offer modular solutions and installation according to its needs. Already in the budgetary phase we support you in finding the best solution. The regulations for elevators on ships are more restrictive than for installations on land. Among other things, it must be ensured that passengers can free themselves from the cabin in an emergency. One of the special features of a marine elevator is that the counterweight must have a special safety gear.