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the technical drawing for a VERTICAL MOVING WALKWAYS

Product Line




Vertical rise (travel height)

Minimum vertical rise is 161 cm, maximum vertical rise is 750 cm

Segment width

800 mm
1000 mm



Operational mode

Continuous operation
Energy efficiency: inverter and photocells for passenger detection

Seismic requirements

None (standard)
Floor slab movement: 20 mm
Floor slab movement: 50 mm





PRODUCT LINE: if you select “commercial”, you will get a project based on the T moving walkway family, the most popular model for commercial facilities.

INCLINATION: there are three available angles of inclination: 10°, 11°, and 12°. As for the latter, this is the most popular inclination for commercial facilities. Systems with lower inclinations are more elegant and comfortable but also bulkier.

VERTICAL RISE: vertical rise between floor levels.

SEGMENT WIDTH: There are three available widths: 800 mm (overall footprint size, 1345; 4800 persons per hour) and 1000 mm (overall footprint size, 1545 mm; capacity of 6000 persons per hour). For carrying trolleys, the second option (1000 mm) is recommended.

ARRANGEMENT: Single unit: it can be used as bi-directional moving walkway. Parallel: a bi-directional system including two parallel units (generally, an ascending moving walkway and a descending moving walkway)

OPERATIONAL MODE: If an inverter is needed, the escalator must be extended to 500 mm for efficient installation operations. This is why this option must be considered early in the design process.

SEISMIC REQUIREMENTS: Seismic elements might also be necessary, especially for buildings in seismic areas. For further information, please contact the draughtsman.