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Elevator World Senior Associate Editor

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Preemptive Protection

By Lee Freeland | November 1, 2019
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Children’s hands are the focus for early detection safety system. MEILLER Aufzugtüren GmbH’s FingerGuard is designed to enhance lift safety for children. The company says glass lift doors harbor an inherent danger of crushing and shearing small hands. This can happen when they place both hands on the glass and do not realize that the…

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26th Annual IAEC-NY Fundraiser

By Lee Freeland | November 1, 2019
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Another great night benefiting the EESF is held on Manhattan’s Upper East Side. Photos by Lee Freeland and Melissa Aponte More than 260 industry benefactors met at Guastavino’s in NYC on the evening of August 22 for the International Association of Elevator Consultants New York Region (IAEC-NY) 26th Annual Fundraiser for the Elevator Escalator Safety…

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Elevator Maintenance Manual, 3rd Edition

By Lee Freeland | September 1, 2019
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New release updates well-regarded manual to the 2016 North American codes. The recently released third edition of the ever-popular Elevator Maintenance Manual by Zack McCain now includes code tolerance for compliance with ASME A17.1/CSA B44 and ASME A17.3. ASME A17.6 is also now referenced in updated information on suspension means, and other references have been…

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Modern and Moving

By Lee Freeland | September 1, 2019
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MCE proudly shows off its nonproprietary equipment at California factory. Representatives from Motion Control Engineering (MCE) and the other Nidec elevator-industry companies played hosts to several attendees of the International Association of Elevator Consultants Forum 2019 (ELEVATOR WORLD, July 2019) on May 3. MCE’s Director — North America Elevator Sales & Regional Sales Manager Midwest…

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TEI Celebrates 30 Years

By Lee Freeland | September 1, 2019
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NYC’s largest independent says it’s thrived by sticking to core values of safety, quality and integrity over the long term. TEI Group is a privately, independently owned shop with more than 300 employees that provides elevator service, installation and modernization to Greater NYC. Now in its 30th year, it works from two offices: the main…

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Elevator and Escalator Accident Reconstruction and Litigation: Fourth Edition

By Lee Freeland | July 1, 2019
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Be prepared for litigation in the U.S., Canada and U.K. with this wealth of knowledge from industry and courtroom experts. Elevator and Escalator Accident Reconstruction and Litigation: Fourth Edition by James Filippone, Joel D. Feldman, Ronald D. Schloss, David A. Cooper, Joseph L. Stabler and Gabriel F. Zambrano covers a wide range of topics to…

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IAEC Forum 2019

By Lee Freeland | July 1, 2019
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Reno, Nevada, proves a great location for the consultant association’s most popular event yet. The International Association of Elevator Consultants (IAEC) descended on Reno, Nevada, from April 30-May 1 for a productive IAEC Forum. This year’s event at the Renaissance Reno Downtown Hotel was packed with activities and participants, with 41 consultants and 73 vendors…

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Elevator and Escalator Rescue: A Comprehensive Guide — Second Edition

By Lee Freeland | May 1, 2019
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New version of peer-reviewed, student-targeted hardbound is the culmination of eight years of additional work by veteran reghters. The second edition of the popular Elevator and Escalator Rescue: A Comprehensive Guide was recently released. Written by Theodore Lee Jarboe and John J. O’Donoghue, the book is a detailed manual dealing with elevator and escalator emergencies.…

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Exclusive Access

By Lee Freeland | April 1, 2019
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The historic Old Forester Distillery gets a commercial passenger elevator to showcase working still. By Tim Irvin and Lee FreelandPhotos by Tim Irvin Louisville, Kentucky-based Executive Elevator installed two elevators at the Old Forester Distillery in Louisville. Part of a US$45-million project begun in 2014, the refurbished distillery encompasses two historic properties — 117 and…

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Door Monitor for NYC Compliance

By Lee Freeland | March 1, 2019
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An out-of-the-box solution to match voltage variability A newcomer to the industry, Argus Elevator has a practical solution for those seeking to comply with stringent New York City (NYC) elevator building codes. The company says it can bring any elevator system into compliance with NYC Building Code 3.10.12 (Appendix K3) with minimal effort and resources…

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