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Elevator and Escalator Control Services

With the increase in shopping malls, escalator usage has increased at an incredible speed. Escalators are used not only in shopping malls, but also in metro stations, airports and many other places visited by large crowds. Escalators and escalators are among the transmission devices that carry significant risks to human health.

The use of elevators entered the lives of people long before the escalators and assumed important functions in transporting people and cargo. Taking into consideration the risks in terms of human health and property safety, the Elevator Operation, Maintenance and Periodic Control Regulation was published by the Ministry of Science, Industry and Technology in 2015. Pursuant to this regulation, municipalities are responsible for ensuring that the elevators are inspected at least once a year by the type A inspection body and monitoring whether these inspections have been carried out.

In addition, the Ministry of Labor and Social Security issued a Regulation on Health and Safety in the Use of Work Equipment in 2013. This regulation regulates the minimum requirements for the health and safety of the elevators and escalators used in the workplaces. This regulation requires that man and load-bearing elevators and escalators be inspected at least once, unless otherwise stipulated in the relevant standards.

Briefly put into service, elevators, escalators and moving bands, people's life and property safety should not work without compromising.

Our company performs the inspection services of elevators and escalators in accordance with the relevant legal regulations and standards and test methods published by domestic and foreign organizations within the scope of elevator inspections. A few standards considered in these studies are:

  • TS EN 13015 + A1 Maintenance of elevators and escalators - Rules for maintenance instructions
  • TS EN 115-1 + A1 Safety for escalators and escalators - Part 1: Construction and installation
  • TS EN 81-3 + A1 Lifts - Safety regulations for construction and assembly - Part 3: Electrical and hydraulic service lifts
  • TS EN ISO 14798 Lifts, escalators and escalators - Risk assessment and risk reduction