You must know the popular science of villa elevator.

 The correct definition of the elevator in the villa area is the home elevator. That is, an elevator installed in a private residence and used by only one family member. It can also be installed in a building not used by a single family as a means for a single family to enter their residence, but not accessible and usable by the public or other residents of the building.

The technical specifications of home elevators and public elevators are very different: for example, the load cannot exceed 400kg, the speed cannot exceed 0.4m/s, and the lifting height cannot exceed 12m/s, but in real life, people often require manufacturers to provide larger The area of ​​the car or higher speed, such as 1.0m/s, 1.75m/s, etc., has far exceeded the manufacturing requirements of home elevators, which pay too much attention to appearance and decoration, while ignoring the characteristics of home elevators. The essence of safety is the misunderstanding of choosing a home elevator. Therefore, it is particularly important to correctly understand the nature and technical requirements of residential elevators and villa elevators.

Hydraulic villa elevators belong to the traditional family elevator design and are widely used in North America and Europe. However, due to factors such as oil spills polluting the environment, excessive operating noise, and wasting a lot of electricity, it does not conform to the development concept of environmental protection and energy saving in the modern elevator industry. For example, when passengers take hydraulic elevators, they are gradually eliminated by people. Worldwide, the proportion is not more than 10%, and most of them are used in freight elevators or special elevators with large tonnage, and a small part is used in home elevator design.

Traction-driven elevators are widely praised for their high transmission efficiency and mature technology. However, due to their wide shafts, high weight requirements (machine room elevators also need pit rooms), large floor space, and high civil construction costs, they are widely used in households. There are certain limitations. Correspondingly, screw elevators and barrier-free elevators have higher safety, and have their own hoistways, strong adaptability to conditions, and a smaller footprint, but the disadvantage is that they are slow.

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