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DSK Elevator Safety Precautions


DSK elevator systems include a variety of features desi […]

DSK elevator systems include a variety of features designed to help reduce the chances of accidents and provide passengers with fast and reliable driving. These are safety brakes and speed sensing governors that are used to stop the elevator if it should be overspeed in the downward direction.

The door system on a modern elevator includes a sensor that detects passengers or objects in the door opening to prevent the door from closing. A more modern system uses a large amount of invisible light to detect people or objects in the doorway and can reverse or stop the door without physical contact.

Interlocking on the hoistway door helps to ensure that the elevator can not leave the landing unless the door is fully closed and fixed. If the door is forced open, the interlock circuit will be disconnected, causing the elevator to stop immediately.

The various switches in the elevator shafts detect the presence of the car at certain stages of the trip. They start to slow down and stop at the proper position and help prevent driving in the up and down direction.

The elevator car includes several items to help improve safety. When the passenger is activated, the emergency alarm switch will send an alarm. In most elevators, if parking, you can use an emergency call or walkie-talkie as an auxiliary connection. In addition, in the case of a power failure, the emergency lighting keeps the illumination for hours. In some systems, emergency power supplies can be used to allow lift movement and passenger evacuation.

In many elevator systems, special fire emergency systems can be installed that can be manually activated or may respond to smoke sensors in buildings.

Today, elevators are widely used in the world's safest public transport. The elevator provides passengers with unparalleled ease, reliability and efficiency. Although there are many built-in, reliable features of the elevator is very safe, but there are still some guidelines should be followed - never make the elevator beyond the specified capacity.

Do not just walk into or out of the elevator, do not look. Check to ensure that the floor surface is uniform before passing through the doorway. Attention will prevent travelers from tripping. Observe the entrance. If the elevator floors and hall floors are not flush with each other, move up and down.

Before entering, please put aside and allow the passengers to get off. Stop button switch can only be used when absolutely need to stop the elevator. Do not force the door or door to open the door, trying to stop the elevator from the hall. Doing so may make your hand loose.

In the event of a fire, do not use the elevator, use the stairs, elevator failure, the modern elevator will be automatically returned to the nearest floor. They will close, so they will not respond to the phone. You may waste valuable time and do not come to the elevator. Always use stairs. The "emergency brake release device" available in the room allows the elevator to be taken to the nearest floor. This can only be used by the donor.