Review, research, planning, execution, and quality assessment – elevator redesigning is a complex work that involves all. Elevator design and engineering professionals have to follow each and every process religiously, i.e., without fail or error.
To help you make the most of your investment, Premier Elevator Cabs, provides a checklist of quality elevator redesign.
1. Customization with Simplicity
Elegance is a key attribute of an architecture, and elevator design is an integral part of it. While investing in elevator redesign, explore all possible angles to establish a coherence amidst ceiling, walls, floor, handrail and other noticeable physical components. Sometimes, when dents and scratches are not too much, metal refinishing and oxidation can work in your favour. You can choose the texture and appearance.
See how elevator redesigning has transformed the look and appearance. Taking note of our client’s requirements, we crafted a minimalistic design that complements with brightness as well.
Ventilation is an important element of a quality elevator design. Ask for a design prototype with standard ventilation from the elevator design and engineering company. Create multiple air passages from top to bottom to allow the outside air to enter and leave the cab. Give some padding to the elevator wall panel from the bottom. Elevator roof is the primary source. The space must be utilized intelligently. Ventilation complements with the fans and ACs. It makes occupants comfortable even when they do not work.
The stone, metallic, fabric or composite (wood product) elements used in the wall and ceiling panels should have a low density. The elevator motor or hydraulic system has to work more or exert more force to push the elevator cab bearing more weight. If your design works include heavy materials, then you have to enhance the efficiency of your motor or hydraulic system. Stones like granite, marble, limestone, slate, and sandstone generally have density higher than metallic or wood products. Elevator design companies often make use of materials that are easy to customize. It eases their design works, but you should put forth your points, and try to keep the cab design as light as possible.
Elevator cab redesigning is not a routine work. It asks for a significant investment and, hence, should need fewer repair and maintenance. It must have a robust built to stay the pressure and rough usage. The floor and wall panels should have materials with strong intra-molecular bond that can resist dents and scratches, and corrosion over the years. Covering the surface with metal laminates aids more life to your cab and also helps with reflecting the light well to create a better illumination. Design patterns of wall panels and their relative arrangements or placements also contribute to its strength.
If you need elevator redesign and engineering, go for a free consultation today. We are committed to serve you better. In the wake of the Covid-19 Pandemic, we have enhanced the hygiene and safety measures from the first visit to take stock of the requirements to installation.