Monitoring devices (CCTV) inside elevators
Residential buildings must ensure the safety of passengers in the elevators, and they include a video surveillance system that can monitor around the clock to prevent any illegal activity from occurring in the elevators, and when people know that they are under surveillance, they are less likely to commit crimes and in the event of any harmful activity, emergency personnel can be notified immediately And send them to deal with this case.
Fire and emergency evacuation and control (Fire Switch)
When buildings experience power outages, fires, or other emergencies, access control systems for building elevators can assist in evacuating personnel and restricting other people’s access to affected floors. Access control ensures that emergency personnel is sent only to problem areas, reducing risks to building occupants and responsibility for Building owner and user safety.
Elevator Call Boxes-Emergency Phones
Power outages and mechanical failures can result in your elevators being disconnected at any time from service, especially if they occur outside working hours. Elevator passengers may find themselves in a stuck room, but if you have your elevator security system that monitors its performance and operation around the clock. It will notify technicians immediately when an error or malfunction occurs and connect the elevator room with the response team this is a major reason to prevent panic on the passenger side and ensure that the elevator is repaired as quickly as possible with all professionalism and safety.
Elevators that comply with the mandatory safety and security systems in the elevators
“Emergency call” button: It is also known as the distress button, which is a direct communication system with the company responsible for the maintenance of elevators.
Elevators with Elevator Speed Monitoring System: It is automatically activated when it detects excessive speed in the elevator while descending. This system achieves full cabin braking ability and is in the form of a series of pegs.
Shock absorber: It plays a key role in the moment of braking in the elevator room. This system is concerned with reducing the elevator’s fall in the event of a defect by reducing its speed, whether when reaching the highest floor or on the ground floor.
Photoelectric barrier: a photocell, which is of two types: a longitudinal shape located on the sides of the doors to prevent it from closing in case an object is detected in front of it or in the form of a point at a height of 30 cm from the floor of the room (the cabin) from the interior door.
Emergency lighting in the cabin in the event of a power failure: the emergency light inside the elevator will turn on automatically, thus avoiding leaving passengers in the dark during the elevator failure
Continuous pulses: It is a signal inside the room to activate the elevator when there are no interior doors to the cabin and as soon as you reach the intended floor the elevator will stop automatically.
Weight sensor and door lock: Elevators are equipped with overload sensors to monitor the passenger load. If the safety device senses that the cabin room has picked up more weight than the prescribed load for the elevator, it will automatically stop on the ground, and trigger an alarm until someone leaves, and the elevators are equipped with devices that prevent anyone From opening more than one door at any time and this is done using doors that do not open if they detect pressure on both sides simultaneously.
Instructions for using the elevators
Take care not to use the elevator with children alone
The elevator can be dangerous for children. They do not realize the danger of elevators and may try to climb into the elevator when it is on the upper floor. This is why you should never allow your child to use the elevator alone, and make sure that older children know how to use the elevator properly.
Develop a list of instructions and instructions in the elevator by the rules of safety and security inside elevators
Elevators should always be handled with care as they may malfunction, and your safety depends on following these rules by looking at the floor indicator board for this information before going into the elevator room.
Methods of dealing in the absence of an internal door for the elevator
While any danger occurs in elevators that do not have an interior door, the stop button must be pressed first, and then the emergency button must be pressed to call for help from the people present in the building. Never, you just have to press the stop button and this will stop the elevator and prevent it from falling in the event of a fire or other emergency.
Maintaining the cleanliness of the elevator regularly
There are many rules in elevators to keep elevators clean inside and outside, and not to throw anything that obstructs the movement of the doors because if there is something stuck between the doors it will cause a lot of problems, especially when someone tries to get out of it.
Our company for the trade and installation of elevators has a specialized engineering team that inspects elevators and ensures their safety before and after installation, operation and during the maintenance period