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Rheinstahl AG
Logo rheinstahl

Founded

19?? (West Germany)

Year active

19?? - 1976

Status

Defunct

Not to be confused with R. Stahl.

Rheinstahl AG was a West German elevator company that manufactures elevators and escalators. The company took over R. Stahl's elevator division in 1970, after it's division was split from the company. In 1973, they were bought by Thyssen AG and changed name to Thyssen Industrie AG in 1976.

Notable installations

  • ILLUM, Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Kurt-Schumacher-Platz, Bochum, Germany (now modernized by ThyssenKrupp)
  • Carl-Reuther Berufskolleg, Hennef (1975)
  • V&D, Alkmaar, Netherlands
  • Annessens Tram Station, Brussels, Belgium
  • Täby Centrum, Täby, Sweden
  • Umeå Östra Railway Station, Umeå, Sweden (Only 1 two sets of Rheinstahl escalators Cafe to the Pedestrian tunnel)
  • El Corte Inglés, Granada, Spain

Trivia

  • In Belgium, their escalators were known as Thyssen Rheinstahl while in Spain, their escalators were known as Thyssen Boetticher-Rheinstahl.

See also

External links

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