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Mitsubishi Series J (also known as J-Type) was an escalator made by Mitsubishi Electric, first marketed for overseas in 2003[1]. It was discontinued sometime in the late 2000s? and succeeded by the Series Z escalators, but it is still being made by Mitsubishi Elevator Korea and Shanghai Mitsubishi.

Overview

Mitsubishi Series J escalators have three different types distinguished by their balustrade type:

  • JS-SE: Superslim balustrade with glass panel
  • JS-LE: Glass panel balustrade with illumination
  • JP-E: Robust stainless steel balustrade

They are equipped with high efficient helicar gear-drive machine and linear type handrail drive system which can saves power up to full 30%. They also saves space for more than 10% due to their compact truss. Safety features includes drive-chain safety device, step-chain safety device, speed governor, and more.

Specs

  • 1150/1350/1550 mm width
  • 30 mpm speed
  • 30/35 degrees inclination angle
  • 6500 (30 degrees) / 6000 (35 degrees) mm maximum rise
  • AC 3-phase (50 or 60 Hz) power supply

Notable installations

Thailand

  • Older mall owned by Siam Piwat
    • Siam Paragon, Bangkok (Joint venture with The Mall Group)
    • Siam Center, Bangkok
    • Siam Discovery, Bangkok
  • Older Central mall
    • CentralPlaza Pinklao, Bangkok
    • CentralPlaza Rama 3, Bangkok
    • CentralPlaza Bangna, Bangkok
  • MRT Blue Line, Bangkok
  • Dang Derm Hotel, Bangkok
  • Platinum Fashion Mall, Bangkok
  • JJ Mall, Bangkok
  • Bobae Tower, Bangkok
  • Boonthavorn Pinklao, Bangkok
  • N Mark Plaza, Bangkok
  • Ramathibodi Hospital, Bangkok (SDMC Building)
  • Chamchuri Square, Bangkok
  • Life Center, Bangkok
  • Big C Supercenter Udonthani, Udonthani (Escalators to IT junction/Food park)

Indonesia

  • ITC malls in Jakarta:
    • ITC Kuningan
    • ITC Cempaka Mas
    • ITC Permata Hijau
    • ITC Fatmawati (2001)
  • WTC Mangga Dua, Jakarta (2001)
  • UOB Plaza, Jakarta (2007)
  • Bandung Electronic Center, Bandung
  • Juanda International Airport, Surabaya
  • Mercure Grand Miramar, Surabaya (2007)
  • Empire Palace, Surabaya

Other countries

  • Ikano Power Centre, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
  • Marina Square, Singapore (2006)

Shanghai Mitsubishi escalators

China

  • Beijing Capital International Airport, Beijing (2008)
  • UNIQLO (Nanjing Road West), Shanghai

Indonesia

  • Bellagio Shopping Arcade, Jakarta (2006)
  • Fairmont Jakarta (2014)
  • Neo Soho, Jakarta (2015)
  • Balai Kartini, Jakarta
  • Mangga Dua Square, Jakarta
  • Hok Im Tong Dago Church, Bandung
  • Discovery Shopping Mall, Bali (2003)
  • Tiara Dewata, Denpasar, Bali

Other countries

  • Ocean Finance Centre, Singapore (2011)

Notes and references

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