Fujitec GS8000-NX is a current escalator model manufactured by Fujitec and sold for the Japanese and overseas market, including the United States. This model has been made from 2008-present and was jointly developed by Shanghai Huasheng Fujitec to comply various standards in differeng countries. The heavy-duty version for high traffic environment is called GS8000-HV. It is unknown if the GS8000-HV is sold in the United States.


The Fujitec GS8000-NX is an escalator for commercial buildings and public transportation systems. It consists of three types of balustrade; Type-S (Slim), Type-F (Frame) and Type-P (Panel). Both Type-S and -F use tempered glass for the balustrade and suited for commercial buildings. For Type-F, a lighting under the handrail is provided as an option. Type-P use hairline stainless steel balustrade which is suited for public transportation systems like railway/metro stations. The GS8000-NX escalator can be installed indoor and outdoor (for Type-F and -P only). Handrails can be made of colored polyurethane or synthetic rubber, while the steps can be made of stainless steel or aluminum alloy die-cast. This escalator model complies with the EN115 code.


  • 600 (for S600), 800 (for S800) or 1000 (for S1000) mm step width
  • 6/9.5/14 meters vertical rise
  • 30/35 degrees inclination
  • 30/27 meters per minute speed
  • 220/380 Volts or 50 Hertz power

Notable installations


  • Bella Terra, Jakarta (2016)
  • Cibubur Factory Outlet, Bekasi
  • Summarecon Digital Center, Serpong, Tangerang, Banten (2013)
  • Balekota Mall, Tangerang, Banten


  • Akiba Tolim, Akihabara, Tokyo (2010)
  • Central Life Square, Oshiage, Tokyo (2014)
  • Tokyu Plaza Ginza, Ginza, Tokyo (2016)
  • atrévie Ōtsuka, Ōtsuka, Tokyo


  • The Curve, Petaling Jaya, Selangor
  • KB Mall, Kota Bharu, Kelantan


  • City Square Mall (2009)
  • Khoo Teck Phuat Hospital (2009)
  • Resort World Sentosa (2010)
  • Robinson The Heeren
  • Orchard Gateway @ Emerald (2013)
  • Scotts Square (2011)


  • Krungthong Plaza 2, Bangkok
  • Kasemrad Hospital Bangkae, Bangkok

Other countries

  • Youth Square, Chai Wan, Hong Kong, China (2010)
  • UNIQLO - Ocean Centre, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong, China


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