Connecting more than floors. A new era for elevators

Defining the standard in people flow in the contemporary buildings


Simple, yet innovative lift installation process

When installing your equipment our goal is to keep everything neat and efficient so everyone can get their job done safely and on time.


No workflow disruption on your site during installation

Our elevator installation does not influence your workflow, reducing costs and minimizing disruption on other construction work on site.


Hassle-free installation from start to finish

Our goal is to make your job easier. We make sure everything is in place for a smooth and trouble-free installation process, so your project runs on time, on budget and with no surprises.


Thoughtful planning

Getting everything done on time and on budget requires solid preparation. Good planning helps us ensure that we can do our job as efficiently, safely, and cost-effectively as possible.

Everything you need for faster and easier planning

Get all the technical data you need to plan everything down to the last detail including downloadable detailed elevator specifications.

Browse and choose your elevator

Discover which lift suits your needs in a few quick and easy steps.

PL1100 Series
Machine room elevators for residential and commercial buildings
Up to 17 stops
40,000mm Travel
The fastest roping traction lift
Speed up to 2.5m/s and 1,000kg payload
2:1 Roping Top-Loaded Traction Lift System
Up to 17 stops
58,000mm Travel
Exceptional flexibility in the car, door and shaft sizes
Cabin sizes up to 2,900x2,800.0mm, door width up to 1,400mm
PL1400 Series
4:1 Roping Traction Cargo Lift System
Up to 18 stops
65,000mm Travel
Best Machine room elevator for cargo applications
Speed up to 0.4m/s and 10,000kg payload
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PL2100 Series
Bottom-Loaded Gearless Lift System
Up to 18 stops
80,000mm Travel
All-important drive and control components are located in the shaft.
Speeds up to 2.5m/s and 2,500kg payload
PL2200 Series
Top-Loaded Gearless Lift System
Up to 14 stops
85,000mm Travel
More usable building and cabin space
Min. Shaft Pit 600mm, door width up to 1,400mm
PL2300 Series
Gearless L Carcass Lift System
Up to 18 stops
72,000mm Travel
Specially designed for narow shafts
Minimum shaft pit of 600mm, max cabin sizes: 1700x2050mm
PL2400 Series
Gearless Smart Lift System
Up to 24 stops
96,000mm Travel
Modular system, scalable dimensions of cabins and doors
Overhead of 2,800mm, shaft pit of only 500mm
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Energy efficient, proven and reliable hydraulic lift
Up to 5 stops
30,000mm Travel
Numerous configuration options and cabin sizes
Max Cabin Area: 3,36m2, min. shaft size: 1,450x1,450mm
Most versatile and adaptable lift in our porftolio
Up to 5 stops
27,000mm Travel
Designed for hydraulic cargo lift applications
Speed up to 0.63m/s and 10,000kg payload
Safest car platform hydraulic lift
Up to 3 stops
22,000mm Travel
The fastest roping traction lift
Speed up to 1.2m/s and 3,000kg payload
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Most common questions concerning construction companies

Choosing the right door type is a crucial part of the planning process. While you may pay more attention to the type of elevator, the proper door type will have a crucial role in the performance of your elevator. 

Today, elevator door types include automatic, manual, and telescopic. 

Automatic doors can open from the left, or right side or have a center opening.

An elevator without a machine room is considered a machine room-less elevator. These elevators do not use a separate machine room that will take extra space. Instead, all the crucial components are located inside the shaft, near the exterior front wall of the shaft. This solution, besides saving space for the building owner, also makes the elevator installation easier for the technicians.

One of the main benefits of deciding upon a machine room-less (MRL) elevator is saving of space, because of the lack of a need for a machine room. Another motivation for choosing the MRL elevator is the lower electricity usage. Since there is no need for an entire room full of equipment, the electricity savings can be up to 60% lower. Also, there are fewer moving parts and straightforward designs tailored to your needs, so this type of elevator makes your building more efficient. 

Instead of using steel ropes and belts which pull the traction elevators, the hydraulic elevators utilize pressure. In fact, an electronic pump pushes hydraulic fluid into a cylinder. Then, the pressure created from this pushes a piston which causes the elevator to rise. 

The machine room is a distinct room where all of the elevator powering equipment is situated. Machine rooms for traction lifts are usually placed on the rooftop, whereas machine rooms for hydraulic elevators are almost always located on the ground floor or in the basement. While machine rooms can be used in traction and hydraulic elevators, they are not always required. 

Elevators need to have proper and regular care in order to continue to operate flawlessly during their life cycle. Servicing and regular maintenance inspections of the elevators continue the lifespan of the equipment. Regular maintenance intervals are also required by law.