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Escalator Parts, Terms & Definitions

The parts, terms and definitions which are used for escalators and moving walks are as below. Authorized Person Professional, trained individual with approval to reach restricted areas of escalators and moving walks (machinery spaces, separated machine rooms) and to work there with the purpose of assessment, testing and support. Competent Person A person with the […]

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The Main Dangers & Hazards of EN 115 Escalator Standard

All the main dangers, hazards and issues of the EN 115 standard based on EN ISO 12100:2010) for escalators and moving walks have been stated and covered below, which the user must be aware of and take action on. Mechanical Dangers & Hazards If the machine design or access to it is faulty, the mechanical […]

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Escalator truss
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Escalator Truss (Supporting Structure)

The escalator supporting structure called “Truss” is the main chassis where all the machines are installed on. The truss is composed of 3 main section (Upper, middle, lower) and normally the upper and lower sections are fixed and the middle section can be altered to provide variable height. The truss of the escalator must support […]

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What is the History of Escalator?

Escalators in Ancient Egypt One of the earliest uses of escalators was during the construction of the great pyramids of Giza. A rudimentary track consisting of tree trunks was used to haul stone cubes to construction sites. The First-Ever Escalator Patent The first ever patent for an escalator in the United States was granted to […]

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Escalator EN-115 Standard
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Standard for Escalators and Moving Walks ( EN-115)

Introduction The Standard defines safety requirements for escalators and moving walks. It also covers all major hazards, dangers, misuse and situations related to the above-mentioned. The objective is to safeguard people/objects against risks of accidents during installation, operation, maintenance & inspection work. This standard is not applied to escalators and moving walks which were manufactured […]

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Diffrence EN-115 2008 & 2017
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The Differences between EN-115-2008 and EN-115-2017 Standard

The final version of the escalator and moving walks standard is EN 115-1:2017 which was approved by the Technical Committee CEN/TC 10, and superseded EN 115-1:2008+A1:2010. And this version became a national standard by January 2018. The committee is a secretariat of AFNOR for Lifts, escalators and moving walks and created the replacement standard due […]

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escalator standards references
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Escalator and Moving Walk Standard References

The European EN 115-1:2017 Standard is applied to escalators and moving walks (Step, Pallet or Belt type), replaced the EN 115-1:2008+A1:2010 cancelling it, and deals with the entire range of significant hazards, hazardous situations and events when used as intended and under conditions of misuse that are foreseeable by the manufacturer. The standard does not […]

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Escalators and Moving Walks Based on the Installation Environment

Escalators and moving walks divide into three categories based on their area of installation: Indoor Indoor escalators and moving walks are suitable for closed environments, where there is control over the ambient temperature. Therefore, these types of escalators and moving walks are not subject to elements such as rain and snow. Semi Outdoor Install these […]

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How do Escalators Work?

The escalator has a structural support, called the “Truss” and contains all the installed machinery. The propulsion system consists of a pair of chains by the name of “Step Chains”. These loop around two pairs of gears, in the lower and upper sections. They connect to the gearbox of the motor by a chain called […]

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Different Types of Escalator Balustrade

Different Types of Balustrades Slim Base Profile We make “Slim Base Profile” from  10-millimeter thick tempered glass with a height of 90 centimeters. Due to glass transparency, it gives the escalator light and contemporary look, which is the reason it is a favorite among architects and interior designers alike. We manufacture the glass in separate […]

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