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3/15/2021· Elevators - Escalator - Automatic Doors

Elevator Door Detector Light Curtains And Related Door-Closing Injuries

By: Michael Fagan

We have observed a trend in personal injuries and the litigation-support business regarding elevator noncontact, infrared door detectors, aka "door detectors." These devices were introduced in the early 1990s and instantly recognized by owners and contractors as valuable and important upgrades to passenger elevators. These passenger-safety door protection devices project a 2D array of infrared sensor beams across the full width and height of the elevator door entrance threshold and pathway.

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9/5/2017· Elevators - Escalator - Automatic Doors

Oil Testing Technology and Hydraulic Elevator Benefits Industry Forecast

By: Michael Fagan

The demise of the hydraulic elevator was forecast with the introduction of the MRL traction elevator about 20 years ago; In spite of this new design conveyance, the hydraulic elevator is again beginning to thrive in the US market. The threat of replacement by the MRL traction elevator is now waning. Hydraulic elevators are still viewed by many within the industry as the best selection for many buildings, in most applications for travel of 50 feet and less, the hydraulic elevator will perform as well as a traction elevator. However, speed and travel is a limiting factor.

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