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Service Lift Periodic Inspection and Inspection

If elevators are classified according to their intended use, a grouping such as human elevators, freight elevators, service elevators and mine elevators can be made. Human elevators are elevators which are designed especially for human use and provided ease of use and cabin comfort. Freight elevators are mainly low-speed and simple-structured elevators, which are mainly used for carrying loads, which people are not allowed to use. Firstly, in the 1960 years, service lifts that can be controlled electronically were used.

Service lifts generally have a maximum carrying capacity of five hundred kg and are mainly used in restaurants, health care facilities, some businesses, libraries and offices to transport goods and materials between floors. Therefore, it is produced as resistant to moisture and abrasion. It is also requested to be easy to clean and hygienic. Such elevators are such that they cannot enter a person and operate with a rotating drive system.

It would not be wrong to call service elevators small size freight elevators. Since it is mostly used in restaurant kitchens, these are also called kitchen lifts or food lifts.

Although service lifts do not pose a risk to life safety, they do have a risk of damaging the cargo they carry. For this reason, service elevators should be checked and inspected at least once a year.

Such elevators also have a number of safety systems such as overload warning system, crash prevention system, unnecessary up and down motion prevention system, brake motor system, manual release system and audible motion warning system.

Peroric controls of service elevators are performed by inspection and test institutions. Our company also performs regular inspections and inspections of service elevators. During these activities, the Company complies with the relevant legal regulations and the standards published by domestic and foreign organizations. A few standards considered in this regard are:

  • TS EN 81-3 + A1 Lifts - Safety regulations for construction and assembly - Part 3: Electrical and hydraulic service lifts
  • TS EN 81-20 Safety rules for the construction and installation of elevators - Elevators for the transport of persons and goods - Part 20: Elevators of persons and goods