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Canton - Hydraulic Paragon - Cantilever

The design utilizes wire ropes in conjunction with a single hydraulic jack to lift the elevator at a 1:2 ratio. For each foot the jack rises, the elevator rises two feet. The platform is supported by a cantilevered car frame with the jack, rails, and roping located on one side of the hoistway.

Advantages:

  • Jack hole is not required. Eliminating the cost of drilling and the risk of ground contamination from oil leak.

  • Accommodates front, rear and side opening configurations.

  • Allows for glass walls on sides where equipment is not located.

  • Rail bracket attachment only required on one wall of the hoistway.

  • Available with higher travels up to approximately 90’-0”.

  • Minimal pit and overhead requirements.

Disadvantages:

  • May require a larger hoistway width to accommodate rail and jack equipment being mounted on only one side of the car or at the rear.

  • Additional rail force considerations are necessary to accommodate rail brackets being mounted only on one wall.

  • Governor access door is required in the overhead unless a special governor is provided.

  • Limited to 3000-lb. capacity rating.

  • Installation time is typically higher when compared to an in-ground application.

Passenger Cantilever Roped

Additional Specs

Pit Depth = 4′-6″
Standard Cab Height = 8′-0″
Speed available to 150 FPM
Minimum Overhead ≤ 100 FPM = 12′-1″
Minimum Overhead > 100 FPM = 12′-4″
Max Travel = 70′-0″

Notes for Cantilever Roped

  • 2000-lb. car complies with NEII recommendations for car to accommodate wheelchair.

  • 2500-lb. and larger cars comply with NEII recommendations for car to accommodate ambulance size stretcher when equipped with single slide doors.