Lift Shaft System
A lift becomes more and more important in daily life. A lift should be planned not only in new buildings but also when modernising existing ones. A very important aspect for this is the barrier-free layout of buildings.
In all cases where a concrete shaft is not possible, be it for architectural or space reasons, the modular DICTATOR shaft system represents the ideal solution.
According to the Construction Product Regulation 305/2011/EU only lift shaft systems may be used that have been tested according to the EN1090 and whose production is under constant surveillance. The DICTATOR lift shaft system complies with these regulations (Certificate of conformity of TÜV Rheinland 0035-CPR-1090-1.00963.TÜVRh.2014.001, see Downloads).
Further main advantages:
- Easy mounting without dirt as all elements are screwable. No welding needed.
- Modular, adapts to any surrounding.
- Versatile scopes for design: Cladding with metal plates, perforated sheet steel, glass, sheating of the most different types provided by the customer.
- Inside and outside mounting.
- Easy fitting into existing buildings.
- Already in production prepared for the respective lift (rail brackets, machine room on top etc.).
- Assembled completely from the inside.
|Finish||powder coated, light textured paint finish, colours according to separate colour sheet (special colours at extra charge); for exterior use in addition hot galvanized|
|Maximum inside dimensions||1950 x 1950 mm|
|Maximum height of shaft||26 m|
|Lift types||of all manufacturers, hydraulic, electric|
|Rated load of lift||max. 600 kg with rear rails, max. 750 kg with rails on both sides|
The standard version of the lift shaft system with sheet steel panels or glass panes is not an insulated, waterproof structure. When installing the shaft system outside, sealing it with silicone (by customers) will make it to a large extent watertight.
If the shaft system shall be insulated and sealed, only the load carrying construction consisting of columns, beams, rail brackets, reinforcements etc. without panels can be used. The customer then can line the shaft system e.g. with sandwich panels or an aluminium framework with window panes. Another possibility is the subsequent closing of the shaft with a simple brick wall with no supporting function or a dry construction with insulating plaster (see the adjacent picture).