The commercial elevators
The commercial elevators make things go easy. These are the elevators that are found in hospitals, hotels, business houses, manufacturing companies and so on. The elevators are extremely safe as compared to Passenger Lifts any kind of vehicles. It has well protected metal made that completely makes the strong wall of the lift. The annals report that the first elevator was built by Archimedes, in 236 B.C.
However in some literary sources of later historical periods, elevators were mentioned as cabs on a hemp rope and powered by hand or by animals. It is supposed that elevators of this type were installed in the Sinai monastery of Egypt. In the 17th century the prototypes of elevators were located in the palace buildings of England and France. The goods lifts are used to ferry goods and products from one place to the other. The lift whether it is passenger or the commercial is made up of steel and iron to give the strong protection.
All modern elevators will have-
1. Space to stand and luxury seating cushion.
2. Air conditioned units and electric fans.
3. Calling buttons.
4. A set of locked-doors to prevent unintentional access.
5. A stop switch which halts the elevator.
6. Alarm button and switches.
7. Some high tech-elevators may also include:
8. Elevator telephone.
9. Grip button.
10. Entrance Restriction Key Switches
11. More set of doors this serves different floor plans.
12. Security Cameras
13. Plain wall or mirrored wall.
Usually there are tremendous innovative development going around the world but the introduction of the lifts or elevators has simplified the human burden. The goods have simultaneously changed the life of the people in manufacturing companies has been helped in order to carry huge bulk of goods and the like stuffs.
In the UK it has been estimated that over 250,000 passenger and goods lifts are installed in public places. More often than not we all will use a passenger lift at some point in our day to day living. This may be when we are out shopping in a shopping centre, an office block or any other public place that provides lifts as a means of transporting people.