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Mitsubishi Series Z is an escalator model made by Mitsubishi. It was first introduced in 2006 for Japan, 2007 for outside Japan and 2008 for the United States[1]. This model is a current Mitsubishi escalator model, and a successor of the J series.

Overview

Mitsubishi Series Z escalators usually feature a standard AC single speed (AC/1) control system, although there is also a VVVF control (optional) which can control the speed in Automatic and Variable-Speed operations. In Variable-Speed operation, the speed can be selected according to the frequency use, number of passengers, and more.

Unlike the Series J, Series Z has a more sleeker design with rounded handrail inlet cap and clearly contrasted floor plate. It also saves space, with a truss of only 205 mm. Safety features includes steps with anti-slip grooves, stepped (raised) demarcation line, smaller angle combs, and brighter demarcation lines.

Series Z escalators have three different models, distinguished from their balustrade design:

  • ZS: Mirror panel with thin stainless steel guard rails.
  • ZL: Similar to ZS but has a thicker stainless steel guiderail and an under handrail lightning.
  • ZP: Stainless steel deck board. The guard rail is similar to ZL.

Specs

  • AC 3-phase power supply (50 or 60 Hz)
  • 0.5 m/s speed
  • AC single speed (AC/1, standard) or VVVF (optional, mainly for energy saving mode) control system
  • 30/35 degrees inclination
  • 2203 (30 degrees) and 2527 (35 degrees) mm of minimum rise
  • 7000 (30 degress) and 6000 (35 degrees) mm of maximum rise
  • 604 (S600), 804 (S800), and 1004 (S1000) mm step width
  • 1150 (S600), 1350 (S800), and 1550 (S1000) mm width
  • MelEye remote monitoring system (optional)

Notable installations

Indonesia

  • TCC Batavia Tower 1, Jakarta
  • Thamrin Nine, Jakarta
  • Talavera Suites, Jakarta
  • Indonesia Convention Exhibition (ICE) BSD City, Tangerang, Banten (2014)
  • Q-Big Mall BSD City, Tangerang, Banten (2016)
  • Bandung Electronic Center Extension, Bandung (2014)
  • Borromeus Hospital - Elizabeth Building, Bandung
  • Tunjungan Plaza 5, Surabaya (2014)
  • Benøa Square, Bali (2011)

Thailand

  • MahaNakhon, Bangkok
  • Terminal 21 Asoke, Bangkok
  • Terminal 21 Korat, Nakhon Ratchasima
  • The Scene Town in Town, Bangkok
  • One@Bobae, Bangkok
  • Siriraj Hospital, Bangkok
  • Ramathibodi Hospital, Bangkok (Building 1)
  • The Mall Nakhonratchasima, Nakhon Ratchasima
  • MRT Purple Line (Taopoon to Phra Nangklao Bridge Station), Bangkok and Nonthaburi
  • Most newer Central mall in Thailand and some renovated older Central mall
    • CentralWorld, Bangkok (Zone Eden)
    • CentralPlaza Grand Rama 9, Bangkok
    • Central Embassy, Bangkok
    • CentralPlaza Lardprao, Bangkok
    • CentralPlaza Chaengwattana, Nonthaburi
    • CentralPlaza WestGate, Nonthaburi
    • CentralFestival Hatyai, Songkhla
    • CentralFestival Pattaya Beach, Chonburi
    • CentralPlaza Chonburi, Chonburi
    • CentralPlaza Salaya, Nakhon Pathom
    • CentralPlaza Udonthani, Udonthani
    • CentralFestival Chiangmai, Chiangmai
    • CentralPlaza Khonkaen, Khonkaen
    • CentralPlaza Rayong, Rayong

United States

  • Whole Foods, Tarzana, CA
  • Target City Metreon Center, San Fransisco, CA
  • JW Marriott LA Live, Los Angeles, CA
  • Safeway, Alexandria, VA

Other countries

  • Haneda International Airport Terminal 2, Tokyo, Japan
  • Marina Square, Singapore
  • Lao International Trade Exhibition and Convention Center (Lao-ITECC), Vientiane, Laos

Gallery

Notes and references

  1. Mitsubishi Elevators and Escalators milestone

External links

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