Small commercial elevators are designed to improve accessibility in a building and to provide economical, safe, smooth and reliable vertical transportation. They can be used both in existing buildings and new ones. They are ideal for commercial buildings with two or three floors, churches, businesses, and so on.
A Variety of Models and Loading Configurations
Small commercial elevators are characterized by several loading configurations to suit a wide variety of construction and budgetary requirements. When compared to the typical commercial elevator, small commercial elevators are so made that they would take up less space, and use fewer overhead clearances and less shaft. They are also less expensive. A customer can opt for one in standard or custom design. Nowadays, a variety of models of such elevators with standard and optional features are available. The models differ from each other in terms of design, speed range, color and cab finishes. Most ADA compliant small commercial elevators offer a smooth start and stop for a comfortable journey.
Noteworthy Safety Features
Small commercial elevators come with safety features such as:
Programmable logic controllers
UL approved safety door interlock
Cab lighting with stop buttons
Lockable control panel
In-use indicator lights on hall stations
Battery emergency lighting and lowering
Slack chain brake system
The standard specifications of a small commercial elevator may include:
Fully automatic operation
Hydraulic drive system
Energy efficient variable speed motor drive
Wide stable rail design
Attractive elevator style cab fixtures and call stations
Modular rail sections for quick installation
Automatic cab on/off lighting
Make Better Use of Your Available Space
Small commercial elevators come to the rescue of people who value accessibility but
are faced with limitations of space and distance. Depending on your budget, you can find the right elevator for your commercial establishment from a quality manufacturer.