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There can be all kinds of reasons for modernising a lift that has started to show its age. It may be that the breakdown frequency is increasing or perhaps the operator wishes to bring the equipment and safety up to the latest technical and safety standards or minimise energy costs. However, the costs of such modernisation activities can quickly exceed the planned budget. For this reason, the individual measures are usually set out in detail by the lift company and the operator well in advance.

Read more in Lift Report 4/2021.

 

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In many German automotive industry sites as well as in factories of the chemical factories and heavy industry facilities, there are a considerable number of powered landing doors, designed as four-panel folding doors.

Read more in Lift Report 3/2021.

 

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Meiller has developed a completely new door that is to replace previously installed four-leaf folding landing doors.

Read more in LIFTjournal 1/2021.

 

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With the 3rd generation MiDrive, the digitalisation of lift doors enters the next phase. While in the beginning it was the many new possibilities offered by the product MiDrive, in the second phase the focus was on the service technician. With remote support via chat, automatic speech recognition etc. a new digital tool of cooperation was created.

Read more in Lift Report 1/2021.

 

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In Germany alone, there are around 750,000 lift installations, where the majority of them are relatively old and in need of modernisation. Important components require urgent repair or replacement. In this context, there is tremendous potential for modernisation projects in the industry.

Read more in LIFT REPORT 2/2020.

 

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The Munich component manufacturer MEILLER Aufzugtüren has developed the new high performance door "Sprint 4.0i" especially for fast lifts.

Read more in LIFTjournal 1/2020.

 

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It was not only the visitors that were able to convice themselves at the last interlift in October 2019 that digitalization is probably the most essential subject in the world of lifts.

Read more in LIFT REPORT 2/2020.

 

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The process of urbanisation is on the rise throughout the world and Europe is no exception. The lack of available space for lateral Expansion has resulted in increasingly high Office blocks and residential Buildings being built.

Read more in LIFT REPORT 6/2019.

 

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To borrow from the legendary statement by Sepp Herberger, former coach of the German national football team: ‘Before the show is after the show’. This could apply just as well to Meiller, as the lift door specialists from Munich have spent many months preparing for the interlift 2019, which takes place this October.

Read more in the LIFT REPORT 5/2019.

 

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