Kone TranSys

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Kone TranSys is Kone's machine room less freight and service elevator model. It is made from 2007 to present.


Kone Transys was launched in January 2007 and it is based on Kone MonoSpace elevator system, mainly used for industrial buildings, warehouses, shopping centers, and even hospitals. It is powered by the revolutionary Kone EcoDisc gearless hoisting machine. This elevator model can carry a load up to 4000 (for Asia Pacific) and 5000 (for Europe) kilograms. All of those are using 4:1 roping. It is also possible to transport vehicles for parking decks, though this may not be possible in Asia Pacific.

In the United Kingdom, this model is known as Kone MonoGoods[1].


Asia Pacific

  • 1600/2000/2500/3000/3500/4000 kilograms maximum load
  • Up to 1 meters per second speed
  • Travel height up to 40 meters
  • Can travel up to 12 floors
  • Two speed telescopic center opening doors
  • Group control up to 2 elevators
  • KDS 50, 290, or 300 fixtures


  • 1000 to 5000kg (or 13 to 66 persons) maximum load
  • 0.5/1/1.6 meters per second speed
  • Travel height up to 40 meters (for 4000 kilograms) and 23 meters (for 5000 kilograms)
  • Can travel up to 12 floors
  • Two speed telescopic center or side opening doors
  • Group control up to 4 elevators
  • KSS 130, 140, 305, 670 or 970 fixtures, other fixtures as an option

Notable installations

  • Stockmann, Helsinki, Finland
  • Swedish Theatre, Helsinki, Finland
  • IKEA Kungens Kurva, Stockholm, Sweden (2010-2013)
  • Heathrow Airport, London, United Kingdom
  • Stanstead Airport, Stanstead, United Kingdom
  • Princess Square Shopping Centre, Bracknell, United Kingdom (2013)[2]
  • Morrisons Supermarket, Birtley, United Kingdom
  • City Nord Shopping Center, Bodø, Norway
  • Rombaksveien 47, Narvik, Norway
  • Semёnovskiy Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia (2007)
  • Courtyard Marriott Nizhny Novgorod City Center, Nizhny Novgorod, Russia (2014, service elevator)
  • Kuntsevo Plaza Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia (2013)
  • Afimall City Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia (2008)
  • IKEA Tampines, Singapore (2006)
  • IKEA Alam Sutera, Tangerang, Banten, Indonesia (2013)
  • Matahari Dept. Store - Revo Town, Bekasi, Indonesia (2014)
  • IKEA Tempe, Sydney, Australia
  • Mt Ommaney Centre, Brisbane, Australia
  • MTR Mong Kok Station, Mong Kok, Hong Kong, China (2014)[3][4]
  • IKEA, Montpeiller, France
  • Castorama, Brest, France
  • CITTI-PARK Shopping Center, Flensburg, Germany
  • Palais West Shopping Center, Recklinghausen, Germany

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