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Hydraulic Type

Hydraulic types are ideal for small buildings, duplexes and private bungalows. It works on the principal of hydraulics to pressurize an above ground or in ground piston to raise and lower the car. It has a telescopic piston which extends and retracts, it is pressurised by the oil which is stored in a small cabinet at the lowest level adjacent to the elevator. There are three main types.

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Hole Less Hydraulics

In this type the piston that raises and lowers the cabin is fixed at the base on either side of the cabin. This design is widely used as it does not need a hole to be dug below the pit.

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Conventional Hydraulics

In this type a deep hole needs to be dug in the elevator pit to fix the telescopic piston which will accept the retraction of the piston as the elevator descends.

EVTS ( Express Vertical Transportation System )

This is the typical hydraulic elevator, however in this design all the parts including the cabinet which stores the oil and the control is inside the elevator shaft itself. This is one of the latest and the neatest designs till date.

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Traction Type

Traction types are best suited for mid and high-rise structures. They are lifted by ropes, which pass over a wheel attached to an electric motor above the elevator shaft. One end of the rope is connected to the cabin and the other to the counter weights which is fixed at the back or side of the cabin. There are three types of traction elevators.

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Geared Traction Elevator

In this type of mechanism there is a gearbox attached to the motor, which drives the wheel that moves the rope which is attached to the cabin and the counter-weight.

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Gearless Traction Elevator

In this type of mechanism, the wheel is directly attached to the motor.

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Machine Room Less Elevator ( MRL )

This is the typical traction elevators which may be the geared or gearless machines that do not require a dedicated machine room above the elevator shaft. The machine sits in the override space and the controls sit above the ceiling adjacent to the elevator shaft. These are becoming very more popular nowadays.