SchindlerAramid was a patented, fully synthetic elevator traction cables invented by Schindler. Compared to traditional steel cables, SchindlerAramid is stronger, lighter and more flexible to allow smaller machines with fewer components using less energy. It is also had lower vibration, extended lifetime and greater friction. In addition, it is enviromental-friendly as it does not require lubricant. SchindlerAramid is constantly monitored by an electronic fibres monitoring device which can improve safety and maintenance (similar to both Otis and Sigma PULSE system). Schindler claimed this as the world's fully first synthetic elevator cables.
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