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Mitsubishi Series S is an escalator model currently made by Mitsubishi. It was launched in July 21, 2016 in Japan[1] and November 14, 2016 worldwide.

Overview

There are 3 models of the Series S. There are multiple differences between them, but the most notable difference appears to be the step width.

  • S24" (S600) - 1’-11 3/4” step width
  • S32" (S800) - 2’-7 5/8” step width
  • S40" (S1000) - 3’-3 1/2" step width

These escalators have a similar floor plate design like the Mitsubishi Series Z escalators, but have a more simple squarish handrail inlet/outlet design.

Specs

United States

  • 7’-2 5/8” minimum rise height
  • 29’-6 5/16" maximum rise height
  • 1’-11 3/4” / 2’-7 5/8” / 3’-3 1/2" step width
  • 100 fpm speed
  • 30 degree angle of inclination

Outside the United States

  • Minimum rise height:
    • 2200 mm for 30 degree inclination
    • 2520 mm for 35 degree inclination
  • Maximum rise height:
    • 9000 mm for 30 degree inclination
    • 6000 mm for 35 degree inclination
  • Step width:
    • 604 mm for Type S600
    • 804 mm for Type S800
    • 1004 mm for Type S1000
  • 0.5 m/s speed
  • 30 and 35 degree angle of inclination
  • 1000 mm of moving handrail height

Notable installations

  • METoA Ginza, Tokyo, Japan (2016)

Videos

METoA Ginza 三菱エスカレーター(Sシリーズ)01:24

METoA Ginza 三菱エスカレーター(Sシリーズ)

Mitsubishi Series S escalators at METoA Ginza, Tokyo, Japan (video: elife TV)

Notes and references

External links

Schindler lifts (Dewhurst fixtures 2) "This elevator only serves two floors."
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