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Elevator Guide Rails
- May 14, 2018 -

The elevator guide rails are the safety rails of the elevator that run up and down on the hoistway. The guide rails are installed on the shaft walls and are guided by rails. The guide rail brackets are fixedly connected to the well wall. The commonly used guide rails for elevators are T-shaped guides. The elevator guide rails are the safety rails for the elevators to drive up and down in the hoistway. 

The guide rails are installed on the shaft walls and are guided by guide rails. The guide rail brackets are fixedly connected to the shaft walls. The common guide rails for elevators are "T" shaped guide rails. Strong rigidity, high reliability, safe and cheap. The rail plane must be smooth, with no uneven surface. Since the guide rails are the guide rails of the elevator car and the shuttle rails of the safety gear, their clearance must be ensured during installation. At the same time, the guide rail must withstand the responsibility of stopping the elevator when the elevator has an overspeed accident, so its rigidity cannot be ignored. The elevator guide rails are two or more vertical or inclined rigid rails installed in the elevator shaft or between the floors to ensure that the car and the counterweight move up and down along it to ensure that the escalator and the moving sidewalk are inclined or horizontal along it. Movement, providing guidance for elevator cars, counterweights or steps. From the definition of guide rails, it can be known that guide rails are important reference parts for vertical elevators, escalators, and moving walkways. They control the running trajectories of elevator cars, escalators, and moving walks, and ensure the transmission of operating signals. It is also related to elevator safety. And the important parts of running quality.


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