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Escalators and lifts form a highly developed transport infrastructure. But, compared to lifts, escalators have a significant advantage in being able to move a large number of people from one level to another continuously. Even in the event of a power outage or other emergencies, they fulfil their intended purpose - just like ordinary stairs.
Moving walkways (travolators), although they have the same purpose and some similarities with escalators, differ in design in that they have a much lower angle of inclination or do not have it at all. The difference is also that instead of steps, a straight or flat surface is used. Moving walkways are more focused on the fast and comfortable movement of a large number of people with or without luggage, which helps to speed up traffic anywhere.
● average throughput of 7000 people per hour;● people are transported on an incline;● continuous operation 24/7;● replace conventional stairs in the event of a power outage or shutdown; ● quick installation compared to lifts.
● the average throughput capacity is 8,000 people per hour;● people are transported in a straight line or with a slight incline;● continuous operation 24/7;● the ability to move along the track in case of a power outage or shutdown; ● quick installation compared to lifts.
The safety and functionality of escalators and moving walkways are ensured by an automatic warning system, an energy-saving start/stop system, a variable speed motor controller, automatic brakes and protection against foreign objects.
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