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Elevator constructors as well as specialist planners and operators have given the modernisation of landing doors a wide berth. The reason is the excessive time and material outlay, especially when it comes to replacing the existing frame and sill. When connecting work is carried out on existing wrap-around frames, stone or other door portals, as well as on existing floors, costs can arise that can barely be justified.

Read more in Lift Report 4/2020.

 

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Disasters like the Grenfell Tower fire that killed dozens of people in London in 2017 are tragic reminders of how important it is to design buildings so that they not only stop fire from propagating but also protect against smoke spreading, for example through lift shafts.

Read more in Lift Report 3/2020.

 

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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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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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Meiller has developed a new door series: the high performance Supra door. Among other things, it should be characterised by extremely quiet running.

Read more in LIFTjournal 3/2020.

 

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MEILLER has developed a new solution for the landing doors of inclined lifts: the so-called "active" landing doors.

Read more in LIFTjournal 4/2020.

 

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At interlift 2017, Meiller Aufzugtüren GmbH unveiled its new MiDrive door drive to the world public. This is the beginning of a new chapter and an important new step that has been taken towards a digital future for lift components, according to the Munich-based Company.

Read more in the LIFTjournal 6/2018

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Most of the approximately 750,000 lifts in Germany are more than twenty years old. They are subject to natural wear and suffer more or less frequent malfunctions. One of the most frequent causes of malfunctions are the landing and car doors. These moving parts are in direct contact with users. Consequently, they are exposed to vandalism and increased wear.

Read more in the LIFTjournal 5/2018

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In Germany alone, there are approximately 750,000 lifts in operation, the vast majority of which are more than twenty years old. They are naturally subject to wear and tear, which in turn leads more or less to frequent disruptions in service.

Read more in the LIFT-REPORT 5/2018

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