Debut for TWIN elevators in the Netherlands
ThyssenKrupp Elevator to supply exclusively six TWIN elevators and 13 further systems for the new head office of Rabobank in Utrecht
The use of the modern TWIN technology, in which two cabs travel independently in the same shaft, allows architects to give the building a slimline design. Around 40 percent more passengers can be transported while saving valuable space. The TWIN principle is supported by the use of a destination selection control system. Via an LCD display passengers select their destination before entering the elevator - the intelligent technology directs them to the next free cab. Two of the conventional elevators being built in the new office tower will be designed so that they can each be converted into a TWIN system if higher capacities are required.
TWIN elevators are enjoying increasing popularity worldwide and are being installed in numerous buildings, including the BMW Group headquarters in Munich (Germany), the new Aqua Multiespacio building complex in Valencia (Spain), the TRUTEC Building and the Korea Investment & Security HQ in Seoul (South Korea) and as a panoramic version
in the Main Triangel in Frankfurt/Main (Germany). The first eleven of a total 21 TWIN systems have already been installed in the new Moscow Federation Tower (Russia), where they will travel at speeds of up to seven meters per second. In the new Royal London Hospital (UK) the use of bed TWINs will ensure fast and sensitive patient transportation in the future. In Düsseldorf (Germany), the Sky Office will be the second building in the city - after the Dreischeibenhaus building - to be fitted with TWIN elevators.
thyssenkrupp Elevator AG
ThyssenKrupp Elevator is one of the leading elevator companies in the world and represented at over 800 locations in more than 60 countries. With approx. 40,000 employees, the company generated sales of over 4.7 billion euros in the fiscal year to September 30, 2007. Products include passenger and freight elevators, escalators and moving walks, stair and platform lifts, passenger boarding bridges as well as quality service for all products.
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