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Schindler 2400, 2500 and 2600 are Schindler's current product line of standardized freight and special elevators. This product line was made 2005 until present, and sold in Europe and Asia Pacific.

Overview

Schindler 2400, 2500 and 2600 are flexible, durable and reliable standardized freight and special elevators designed for buildings with high traffic and heavy-duty capacity. The Schindler 2400 is designed as a service elevator and can be used in shopping centers, department stores, convention centers, airports, train stations, offices, hotels and schools. The Schindler 2500 is an elevator for transportation of beds and patients in hospitals, medical facilities and nursing homes. The Schindler 2600 is a heavy -duty freight elevator, targeted specifically for industrial buildings, warehouses and shopping centers. This model is extremely robust and able to carry freights/goods up to 6.5 tonnes.

All three models can be either machine room less traction with permanent magnet drive or a rucksack or tandem hydraulic type. These models are mostly for low to mid-rise buildings. The SchindlerID destination dispatch (no longer in production) was possible be integrated with Schindler 2400 and 2500, except 2600.

Specs

Schindler 2400

  • MRL VVVF traction or tandem hydraulic drive
  • Capacity
    • 1000-2500 kg (or 13-33 persons) for MRL traction
    • 680-2500 kg (or 8-33 persons) for hydraulic
  • Speed
    • 1/1.6 m/s for MRL traction
    • 0.40-0.63 m/s for hydraulic
  • Can serve up to 8 floors for hydraulic and 21 floors for MRL traction
  • 18 m of maximum travel height for hydraulic and 65 m of maximum travel height for MRL traction
  • Up to 4 elevators in one group control
  • Single or two entrances
  • Two speed or center opening telescopic doors
  • FI MXB, FI MXV or L-Fixtures fixtures
  • Can be integrated with SchindlerID (no longer in production) as an option

Schindler 2500

  • MRL VVVF traction or tandem hydraulic drive
  • 1000-2500 kg (or 13-33 persons) capacity
  • Speed
    • 1/1.6 m/s for MRL traction
    • 0.40-0.63 m/s for hydraulic
  • Can serve up to 8 floors for hydraulic and 21 floors for MRL traction
  • 18 m of maximum travel height for hydraulic and 65 m of maximum travel height for MRL traction
  • Up to 4 elevators in one group control
  • Single or two entrances
  • Two speed or center opening telescopic doors
  • FI MXB or L-Fixtures fixtures
  • Can be integrated with SchindlerID (no longer in production) as an option

Schindler 2600

  • MRL VVVF traction or tandem hydraulic drive
  • Capacity
    • 1000-4000 kg (or 13-53 persons) for MRL traction
    • 1000-6300 kg (or 13-84 persons) for hydraulic
  • Speed
    • 0.80 only for 4000 kg (or 53 persons) capacity/1/1.6 m/s for MRL traction
    • 0.15/0.25/0.40/0.63 m/s for hydraulic
  • Can serve up to 8 floors for hydraulic and 21 floors for MRL traction
  • 18 m of maximum travel height for hydraulic and 65 m of maximum travel height for MRL traction
  • Up to 4 elevators in one group control
  • Single or two entrances
  • Two speed or center opening telescopic doors
  • FI MXB, FI MXV or L-Fixtures fixtures

Notable installations

Schindler 2400

  • Brugmann Hospital, Brussels, Belgium (2007)
  • Tour des Finances, Brussels, Belgium (2008)
  • Gallo-Romeins Museum, Tongeren, Belgium (2007)
  • Sollentuna Centrum, Stockholm, Sweden (2009)
  • MediaCityUK, Manchester, England (2008)
  • Heathrow Airport Terminal 2, London, England (2010)
  • Gatwick Airport, Crawley, West Sussex, England (2010)
  • Crossrail Place Mall, Canary Wharf, London, England
  • Zayed University, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (2009)
  • Cosmopol Mall, Mexico City, Mexico (2014)
  • Zürich Airport, Kloten, Switzerland
  • Sarona Market, Tel Aviv, Israel (2014)
  • Aviv Park Mall, Belgrade, Serbia (2015)
  • Real Supermarket - SB Warehouse, Dümpten, Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany
  • Bennet Supermarket, Lavena Ponte Tresa, Italy (2011)
  • Bol'shevik Shopping Center, Kiev (2011)

Schindler 2500

  • University Hospital, Basel, Switzerland (2008)
  • St. Olavs Hospital, Trondheim, Norway (2009)
  • Meander Medisch Centrum, Amersfoort, Netherland (2010)
  • Louis-Daniel Beauperthuy Hospital, Ponte-Noire, Guadeloupe, France (2011)
  • Middlemore Hospital, Auckland, New Zealand (2012)
  • Taranaki Base Hospital, New Plymouth, New Zealand (2011)

Schindler 2600

  • Prime Tower, Zurich, Switzerland (2008)
  • Swissporarena, Lucerne, Switzerland (2010)
  • Stades de Bienne, Bienne, Switzerland (2013)
  • Palacio Buenavista, Oviedo, Spain (2007)
  • IKEA Matonsinhos, Portugal (2008)
  • IKEA Rimini and Parma, Italy (2007)
  • Heathrow Airport Terminal 2, London, England (2010)
  • Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London, England
    • Olympic Stadium (2011)
    • Velodrome
  • Gatwick Airport, Crawley, West Sussex, England (2010)
  • IKEA Coventry, England (2007)
  • Mumbai International Airport, Mumbai, India (2010)
  • IKEA Mega Bangna, Samut Prakarn, Thailand (2011)
  • AIA Capital Center, Bangkok, Thailand (2014)
  • IKEA Bangyai, Nonthaburi, Thailand (under construction)
  • UOB Petchakasem Head Offices, Bangkok, Thailand (under construction)
  • Changi Airport Terminal 4, Singapore (under construction)
  • Jewel - Changi Airport Terminal 1, Singapore (2015)
  • Jazz Residences, Makati City, Philippines (2011)
  • VietinBank Business Center, Hanoi, Vietnam (2014)
  • Saigon Center (Phase 3 and 4), Hanoi, Vietnam (2014)
  • IKEA Taichung, Taiwan (2012)
  • Incheon International Airport, Incheon, South Korea (2014)
  • Qatar National Convention Centre, Doha, Qatar (2008)
  • IKEA Doha, Qatar (2012)
  • Doha Festival City, Doha, Qatar (2014)
  • Darling Harbour Live, Sydney, Australia (2014)
  • Westfield Warringah Mall, Sydney, Australia (2015)
  • Westfield Doncaster, Melbourne, Australia (2007)
  • Lavina Mall, Kiev, Ukraine (2016, equipped with PORT)
  • Boryspil International Airport Terminal D, Ukraine (2011-2012)
  • King Cross Leopolis Shopping Center, Kiev (2008-2009)
  • IKEA Dublin, Ireland (2008)
  • Bauhaus, Hamburg, Germany (2014)
  • Toys"R"Us - Ruhr Park Shopping Center, Bochum, Germany (2015)

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