An elevator is essentially a platform that is either pulled or pushed up by a mechanical means and is also called a lift. In 1857 the first–steam-powered passenger elevator was introduced in New York. From then on the lift ascended with the tall buildings and in a surprising number of guises.
Why Is It Important?
Almost 90% of people depend on the elevator. Elevator is important for patient, guest, guardians, small children, guest, visitors. It makes our life easier; let us work and go to different floors faster, allows us to transport goods with ease and helps us feel comfortable and relax all throughout the ride.
The invention of the elevator enabled a whole new type of architecture and had a profound effect on our culture. There are many types of elevators, the main two commonly used are Traction and Hydraulic elevator. Traction elevators are lifted by rope, which passes over a wheel attached to an electric motor. Hydraulic elevators are electronic pump that pushes oil into cylinder where the pressure is increased.
Hayleys, Sri Lanka’s largest listed firm, and most diversified conglomerate is still the market leader in elevators after more than 30 years. Hayleys Aventura has worked with A-grade special equipment manufacturers to supply the most trusted lift suppliers in the range of high-quality elevators for hospitals, homes, cargo and passengers. Hayleys Aventura generators feature cutting-edge technology, including a new generation of permanent magnet synchronous gearless machines that use rare earth materials and fully integrate coaxial transmission, digital frequency conversion, and group computer combination control for low operating costs and energy loss.
Features that ensure the safety of our elevators are:
· Car overload indicator
· Lock service
· Terminal overstep protection
· Door zone limit protection
· Anti-stall protection
· Door interlock safety protection
· Safety door edge protection
For excellent service and support, Hayleys makes it a primal focus to attend after sales service breakdown and maintenance.