Escalators and Tapes

 History of the Escalator


In 1899, Charles D. Seeberger Elevator Company joined with him escalators (Escalator), the name also brought (English elevators, meaning "elevator" with the word in Latin digits, meaning "scale" of the word together with the arrival occurs). Seeberger tie, the first general-purpose type of escalator steps and escalators produced the first prize at the Paris exhibition in 1900 was introduced to the public


How Escalators Work?



 Floor plates will be done at the same level and under floor areas to allow access to the machine or can be hinged or removable. Comb plate, hard times are part between the moving steps. Comb teeth on the ridges between the steps for entering is slightly sloping downward. Comb teeth of the leading edge of the ledge below the surface.



  Landings, the space between the lower and upper floors of a building that combines mechanical. Shelf, mainly at the base and top just below the transverse suture, combined with the two side sections of the interior is a blank box. The ends of the shelf is based on concrete or steel supports.


 Rail system is installed in the landing and take steps in an infinite loop that guides you step into the chain. There are two tracks: one for the front of the steps (step rail wheels), and one step behind the wheel is for Work (rear-wheel rail). Relative position of this rail line out from under the comb plate, and then again to create the ladder into the causes of the landing. Back to the top floor? rails, steps, turn around again at the top starts to move in the opposite direction. A top rail, steps of the chain over the rear wheels were back on their own keeps.

Escalators, the business district today has the human traffic, big stores, supermarkets, subways, airports, hospitals, factories, hotels, restaurants, etc.. People in places such as transport to ensure its continued safe and widely used in all types of transport systems are indispensable for building. 


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