Technical Upgrades

The Technical Modernisation of elevators typically involves improving the old lifts systems to improve performance, reliability, and efficiency.

Upgrades generally include the installation of newer technology in the form of new controllers, motors, new car operating and landing panels and drives to modernise the lift's mechanical functions for the next phase of life.

Lift upgrades become necessary as lifts age to keep the elevator up to date with current technology and safety code standards to meet the increased demands for efficiency from both building owners and occupants.

Changes in lift motor technology has brought about significant improvements in efficiency and energy conservation. Comparing an old lift motor, characterised by is heavy size, to a more modern smaller motor with its smaller and more efficient size is evidence of the changes to technology. Old motors consume excessive power which results in higher cost to operate.

New lift motors minimise both their physical size and power requirements based on their compact design and can generate electricity while descending and adjust their speed according to the amount of passenger, thus reducing energy consumption and significantly enhancing overall efficiency.

These new advancements in just motor technology not only improve the performance of lifts but also make them more sustainable, aligning with the global shift towards greener practices in vertical transportation.

Old Motor Size and High-Power Consumption
New Improved Motor Efficiency After Modernisation