Elevator Rails

Transportation between the floors with elevators becomes part of our urban life. As a result, need for elevators and elevator components is increasing day by day.

Lifts are used in commercial buildings as well as in residential areas, since with the help of the elevator you do not climb the stairs. Many components are used for the elevator systemsElevator components can be listed as follow:

  • cabin buffer,
  • controller,
  • cabin,
  • speed regulator,
  • rope, machine frame,
  • speed governor,

speed governor frame, over speed governor,  pit box, fixing plate, limit switch, cabin door, landing door, car guide rails, counterweight guide rails, hitch plate, machine bedplate, counter weight frame, counter weight, car frame/slings, roller guide shoes, traction rope, rope grips, governor ropes, fixing plate, traction pulley, diverter pulley, and more...

Elevator guide rail is a part of elevator systems that define the way in which the elevators ride. Elevators should not be expected to operate regularly and safely on guide rails that do not have the quality standards and that are not properly installed. The elevator rails are attached to a load bearing wall will the help of the rail brackets. The rail bracket spacing must be determined during the design period. During installation, the rail system and the base of the car are mounted, then the door of the cabin are aligned to the centerline of the car opening. The guide rail is manufactured in fully-equipped plants with high quality measurement systems. The quality level expected from the lifts can only be obtained if the manufacturing and assembly processes are successfully coordinated.

All the elevator guide rails for both car and counter weight can be provided by ISF according to European Standards. ISF Elevator Company supplied complete elevator systems and components by use of latest technologies by an experience team and engineers.


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