Q: Are there different types of Home Freight Elevator?
A: Yes, the difference lies in the type of drive system of the elevator. Five types are winding drum, hydraulic, weight, vacuum and gearless. Each system has its advantages and cost considerations. The winding drum is the cheapest of the five.
Q: Is there a need for a home elevator?
A: Not necessarily though most elevators need a pit, but there are no models available for pits. Trackless elevators provide new options for elevator installation in existing applications without the need for expensive slab cutting and reinforcement. For new houses, the pit depth of 200mm is usually enough.
Q: Is the home elevator safe?
A: Yes, the home elevator is safe. Make sure that the elevator you purchased meets all safety requirements and your contractor is licensed. Every elevator installed is inspected and approved by an inspector.
Q: Is the home elevator expensive?
A: When you take into account the benefits of home investment and resale value, the home elevator is cheap.
Q: Does home elevator only use a rope to hold?
A: The elevator is supported by multiple wire ropes. Each cable can support a fully loaded car.
Q: Will the foyer open, when the elevator is not there?
A: If the car is not on the landing, the hall can not be opened, because after the elevator stops landing, the door can only be triggered by the arrival of the car to unlock the device.
Q: Will it fall when the elevator stuck?
A: Absolutely not! Leaving the car yourself may cause personal injury. The elevator car is designed as a "safe room". The safest place in the car. Sound an alarm and wait for help. Only with the help of professional rescue workers to leave the car.
Q: Will the door close quickly by pushing the door close button?
A: This may cause the door to close as soon as possible, but not faster.