Elevator: A fixed lifting equipment with a car body that serves a specified floor and runs between at least two rows of vertical or rigid guide rails with an inclination angle of less than 15 degrees.
Lifting height of the elevator: the vertical distance from the floor of the end station on the ground floor to the floor of the end station on the top floor.China Best elevator manufacturers
Base station: The landing where the car stops when there is no instruction to put into operation.
Distance between floors: the distance between the sills of two adjacent stops.
Hoistway width: the horizontal distance between the inner surface of the hoistway wall parallel to the width of the car.
Hoistway depth: the distance between the inside of the hoistway wall perpendicular to the width of the hoistway.
Pit depth: there is the vertical distance between the bottom station floor and the hoistway pit floor.
Car width: The horizontal distance between the two inner surfaces of the car wall measured at a height of 1m from the bottom of the car in the direction parallel to the width of the car entrance.
Car depth: The horizontal distance between the two inner surfaces of the car wall measured at a height of 1m from the bottom of the car in the direction perpendicular to the width of the car.
Car height: The vertical distance between the floor and the top of the car measured from the inside of the car (the car top lampshade and the detachable ceiling are within this distance).
Center door: landing door or car door, the door that opens at the same speed to the left and right from the middle of the doorway.
Side door: two doors of landing door or car door, doors that open to the same side at two different speeds.
Left door: facing the car, the landing door or car door that opens to the left.
Right opening door: facing the car, the landing door or car door that opens to the right.
Vertical center split door: the door of the floor or car, the door that opens up and down at the same speed from the middle of the doorway.
Geared traction machine: A traction machine in which a motor drives a traction wheel through a reduction gear box.
Gearless traction machine: A traction machine in which the motor directly drives the traction wheel.
Escalator: A fixed electric drive device with circular running steps used to tilt up or down to transport passengers.
Moving sidewalk: a walkway with circular operation (slab or belt), which is used for fixed electric drive equipment that transports passengers at a horizontal or inclined angle of no more than 12 degrees.
Inclination angle: the extreme angle formed by the running direction of the steps, pedals or tape and the horizontal plane.
Escalator lifting height: the vertical distance between the bottom plates of the entrance and exit of the escalator.
Theoretical conveying capacity: The number of people theoretically able to convey by escalator or moving walk in an hour.