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Keeping Elevators Safe From Infections

Keeping Elevators Safe From Infections

By Dr. Michael Davies | April 1, 2021

Assessing the risks of picking up COVID-19 or other viruses or bacteria in a cab and how to reduce infection risk

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Universal Design Principles for Cabs: Accessibility

Universal Design Principles for Cabs: Accessibility

By Muharrem B. Çakirer | April 1, 2021

An examination of standards on cabs the author says should be followed to help make lifts accessible to all

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ECR Custom Elevator Interiors

ECR Custom Elevator Interiors

By Lee Freeland | April 1, 2021

The company’s vice president shares how his team approaches the engineering and design of interiors and ceilings.

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1950s Innovations in Elevator Cab Design

1950s Innovations in Elevator Cab Design

By Dr. Lee Gray | April 1, 2021

This History article examines cabin-access innovations that arose from the development of operator-less elevators in the early 1950s.

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Ingenuity by Design

Ingenuity by Design

By Kaija Wilkinson | April 1, 2021

The evolution of an elevator handrail installation system is detailed in this Company Spotlight.

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Modernization of an Icon

Modernization of an Icon

By Nick Gretsuk | April 1, 2021

CEC, Schindler and others modernize the elevators at PENN1 (formerly 1 Penn Plaza) in NYC.

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Quality-by-Design

Quality by Design

By Canton Architectural Products | September 1, 2019

A look at Canton Architectural Products and its 15-year track record of providing cabs and cab components. Canton Elevator was founded in 1946 and has strived to maintain a reputation for standards of high quality and quick turnaround on projects. Subsidiary Canton Architectural Products was launched in 2004 and, operating in the same North Canton,…

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Geometry-and-Light

Geometry and Light

By Kaija Wilkinson | September 1, 2019

NYC’s United Cabs leads a team to create cab design with stylish staying power. photos by Albert Osoria When a subcontractor failed to deliver the elevator interiors architect Andres Escobar & Associates envisioned for Summit, a luxury apartment tower in Manhattan, local company United Cabs Inc. delivered them as part of a team that included…

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Time-for-Quicker-Shipment

Time for Quicker Shipment

By Ralph M. Newman | September 1, 2019

Columbia introduces multiple existing products and a new quotation system that combine to get elevators up and running much sooner than usual. It is said that you can always make more money but never more time. But, Columbia Elevator Products Co. Inc., headquartered in Bridgeport, Connecticut, is announcing the next-closest thing. Time is money, particularly…

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Fire-Homologations

Fire Homologations

By Samuel Lopez | September 1, 2019

A closer look at the fire-resistance safety standards for the elevator industry This article was first presented at the 2018 International Elevator & Escalator Symposium in Istanbul. For more information on December 3-4, 2019’s event in Las Vegas and to participate, visit www.elevatorsymposium.org. Starting in June 1995, landing doors became a required part of lift…

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