Length: 1 days
This course covers the essential design and operation of elevators and will address the terminology and functions of the various associated mechanical and electrical components.
Each participant will receive a copy of Elevators 101, Elevator Industry Field Employees’ Safety Handbook and The ASME A17.4 Guide for Emergency Evacuation of Passengers from Elevators.
This course is a prerequisite for ASME course, PD102: How to Perform Elevator Inspections Using ASME A17.2 and PD107: Elevator Maintenance Evaluation
You Will Learn To
- Identify the various types of equipment used in driving means of electric and hydraulic elevators
- Identify hoistway and pit equipment and functions including types of suspension means
- Recognize various modes of operations and controls, including automatic, selective collective, car switch, constant pressure, and inspection
- Identify machine room components, including those used for machine room-less elevators
- Identify various types of elevators such as Passenger, Freight, Private Residence, Special Purpose Personnel, Sidewalk, Rooftop, Limited Use Limited Application and Inclined
- Identify various types of car and hoistway entrances
- Describe emergency evacuation procedures and fire Emergency Operations
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Who Should Attend
Persons with little or no elevator experience responsible for facilities design, construction management, facilities management, and inspections and maintenance administration
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