Express Lift DMR Control was an automatic programmed elevator system manufactured by The Express Lift Company under Westinghouse's patent (its related product is Westinghouse Selectomatic). DMR stands for "Drag Magnet Regulator". These elevators use direct current (DC) generators and can go up to 1200 FPM (round up with 6m/s), and uses a gearless machine - the motor is on one end and the sheave is on the other end. It existed either from the 1960's or 1980's.
- Australia Square, Sydney (installed by EPL KONE, modernized by Schindler in 2011)
- Lend Lease House, Sydney
- PIBA House, Sydney
- Oxford Square, Sydney
- Central Square, Sydney
Hong Kong, China
- Shun Tak Centre, Central (1984, elevators in main building were replaced by Schindler)
- China Merchants Tower, Central (1984, elevators in main building were replaced by Schindler)
- C.C. Wu Building, Wan Chai (1983, completely modernized by Otis in 2010-2013)
Project from Hong Kong Housing Authority
- Please refer to Lift Modernisation Programme.
- Yue On Court, Ap Lei Chau (1988)
- Hiu Tsui Court, Siu Sai Wan (1990)
- Siu Sai Wan Estate, Siu Sai Wan (1990, 1993)
- Kai Tsui Court, Siu Sai Wan (1993)
- Tung Hei Court, Sai Wan Ho (1995)
- There are three similar elevator systems to Express Lift DMR Control; Otis Autotronic, Westinghouse Selectomatic, Schlieren Aconic and Dover Computamatic.
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