The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017

Here is how the Germans check elevator safety, you will understand why you should trust the brand from this country.

A tower is quite impressive but are you brave enough to work there?

The 246m high tower, located in Rottweil in southwestern Germany, is used by Thyssenkrupp Elevator to check their products.

Proud to have 12 chambers to check elevators and elevator parts, some of which will be moved at speeds of up to 18m / s - operating above 40mph / s.

See how the Germans check elevator safety, you will understand why we should trust the brand that comes from this country!

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 1 The $ 35 million tower is used to test the possibility of moving up and down and moving to the sides of the elevator .

Watch the $ 35 million tower used to check the 246m high elevator.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 2 The inside of one of the 12 chambers inspects the elevator in the building, where new elevators will be tested from early next year.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 3 The crane operator - Peta Kusttra of Croatia is standing at a height of 236m and construction workers are bringing new elevators to test at the building.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 4 Portrait of the entire tower: This new tower will be used to check the safety of elevators in early 2017.

This tower was set up to go into operation early next year.

The $ 35 million tower will be used not only to check the lift up and down of the elevator, but also to test their ability to move to the sides. Especially, this elevator system does not use cables or ligaments.

The owner of Thyssenkrupp Elevator, Andreas Schierenbeck, told Star Online that the system will help cut the space for elevators by 40%.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 5 This building is 248m high and has a construction cost of $ 35 million.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 6 From next year, these 12 chamber machines will be used to check the possibility of moving up and down and sides of the elevator.

Andreas Schierenbeck said: " Transport capacity is like a game. If you don't want to use ropes, you're on the right track ."

This is the tallest tower in Germany, it will give you a 360-degree panoramic view when the altitude is up to 232m.

Thyssenkrupp Elevator Elevator Company hopes that the new elevator system, known as MULTI, will become popular in the Middle East and Asia, where high-class spaces and buildings are increasingly priced. higher.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 7 The top of the elevator test tower, 248 meters above the ground, will be operational from next year.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 8 Workers are working under the newly built giant tower in Rottweil, southwestern Germany, where a new elevator system will be tested from next year .

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 9 The $ 35 million building, set up to operate from next year, is the tallest building in Germany.

The Germans will check elevator safety at the 246m high tower at a speed of 40mph / s in 2017 Picture 10 Seen from the 30th floor of the new tower in Rottweil, Germany, where the tower was built.

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