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Schindler EuroLift

Manufacturer

Schindler Group

Production

2000-2014

Type

Low to mid-rise mini machine room and machine room less traction elevator

Preceded by

To be confirmed

Succeeded by

Schindler 3300 and Schindler 5500

Schindler EuroLift was a modular machine room less elevator system produced by Schindler for both new installation and modernization, introduced in 2000. It replaced the SchindlerMobile in 2001. It features a permanent magnet gearless motor and can serve up to 30 floors. For some reason, they can be a mini machine room model as requested by clients. They were also possible to be combined with Miconic 10 or PORT. They were discontinued in 2014 and replaced to 3300 at the same time and 5500 in 2013.

These elevators uses a set of fixtures called FI MXB, which consists of push buttons that are shaped like the M-Series buttons with yellow illumination and yellow LED floor indicators. Schindler EuroLift elevators are usually identified by its thicker LED font on the floor indicators and narrower car station mounted on the elevator car's side wall. Some elevators also have a button beep when the floor buttons are pressed.

Notable installations

Belgium

  • Finance Tower, Brussels (2005)
  • AXA, Brussels (2005)
  • Brussels Airport, Brussels
  • New Yorker, Antwerpen (2007)
  • Parking Rogier, Brussels
  • Mango, Brussels (2005)

Greece

  • Ethniki Asfalistiki, Athens (2005)
  • Yen (Ministry of Commercial Shipping), Athens (2005)
  • Aktor, Athens (2005)

Italy

  • Airone Shopping Mall, Alexandria-Turin, Italy
  • Grand Hotel Molino Stucky, Isola della Giudecca-Venice, Italy
  • Hotel Romeo (2001, with Miconic 10)

Spain

  • Torre Sachyr Vallehermoso, Madrid
  • Hotel Habitat Sky, Barcelona

Sweden

  • Sollentuna Mall, Stockholm (2007 and 2009)
  • Kista Mall, Stockholm (2009)
  • Gallerian NIAN, Gävle (2003)
  • CityKompaniet Shopping Center, Skellefteå

Switzerland

  • Phillip Morris International, Lausanne
  • La Maladiere Shopping Mall, Neuchatel

Australia

  • Westfield Warringah Mall, Sydney, New South Wales
  • Robina Town Centre, Gold Coast
  • Metricon Stadium, Carrara, Gold Coast
  • Woolworths Cooparoo, Queensland
  • Westfield Carindale, Brisbane
  • Brisbane Domestic Airport, Brisbane

Other countries

  • Brest Airport, Brest, France (2007)
  • Funchal Centrum, Madeira, Portugal
  • Dalshraun 1, Hafnarfjordur, Iceland
  • Riverside IV, Dublin, Ireland
  • SOKOS Hotel Aleksanteri, Helsinki, Finland (2007)
  • IKEA Raiso, Finland (2008)
  • Quality Hotel, Narvik, Norway
  • Wellington State Hospital (New Building), Wellington, New Zealand
  • United Colors of Benetton, Moscow, Russia
  • Tramplin Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia
  • L-153 Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia
  • Boom Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia
  • Depo Moll Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia
  • Fifth Avenue Mall, Moscow, Russia
  • Varshavsky Shopping Center, Moscow, Russia
  • H&M - de Bijenkorf Shopping Center, Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Malmporten Shopping Center, Narvik, Norway (2010)
  • Dronningensgate 78, Narvik, Norway
  • Primark, The Mall, Romford, London, United Kingdom
  • Senedd, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom (2006)
  • Yenikapı Marmaray Station, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Media Markt, Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • Amfi Mandal Shopping Center, Mandal, Norway (only Parking elevator)
  • Bol'shevok Shopping Center, Kiev, Ukraine (2011)
  • Artem Business Center, Kiev, Ukraine (2011, equipped with PORT)
  • Fairmont Grand Hotel, Kiev, Ukraine (2009-2012)

Gallery

External links

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