Fujihd Chinese Elevator Maintenance Tips

Keeping your Chinese
Elevator
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perfect working order is something vital to moving people in and out of your
building, whether they’re customers, employees or residents. The good news is
that there are 5 of the best elevator maintenance tips that you can follow to
ensure that your elevator doesn’t suddenly stop, stall or break down. Proper
maintenance can ensure that your elevator lasts longer before it needs its next
overhaul.

You should keep a log of your elevator’s operation. This allows you to track
how much it’s used, how often it gets called and any indications of a problem.
It’s helpful to note when, during the operation of the elevator, that odd sounds
occur or something unusual like a door sticking occurs. This can help an
elevator repair service diagnose the problem faster.

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This should be used side-by-side with operation logging of your elevator.
When inspecting your elevator, make sure that there’s no vandalism that occurred
and that everything is in proper working order.

The bulbs that light switches and buttons will eventually burn out. Cab
lights may burn out or break. It’s imperative to make sure that both of these
things are repaired by your contracted elevator repair service as soon as
possible to prevent accidents or nuisance complaints.

The internal mechanisms of an elevator can be prone to corrosion when
something unexpected is introduced. The primary cause for internal mechanical
failure in elevators is corrosion caused by maintenance staff of the building
using industrial cleaners.

It’s best to completely avoid using cleaners on elevators unless you have a
recommended cleaner from your elevator contractor to use. You should call an
experienced company to get advice on this.

Cleaning staff for buildings are the most common cause of transporting
overweight items in an elevator. If you overload an elevator, it can cause an
accelerated wear on the mechanisms that make an elevator operate properly, and
it can pose a very real risk of danger to occupants inside of the elevator as it
moves.

The general rule of thumb is to avoid transporting anything that weighs over
a quarter of the elevator’s total maximum capacity in the elevator. If you need
to transport anything up and down your floors that weigh that much, consider
installing another dedicated service elevator for your needs. If you want real
advice from the elevator professionals, then contact Kencor Elevator Systems
today. You’ll find that they can deliver not only quality service, but
knowledgeable answers and sound advice.

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