thyssenkrupp AMEE was a holeless hydraulic elevator model made by thyssenkrupp.
There are several models of the AMEE. The numbers correspond to the first 2 numbers of the capacity. The models with C at the end of them appear to have a few differences. It is unknown what the H in 50H means, or stands for, but known differences between the 50 and 50H are the hoistway depth, and the "clear inside depth" (the meaning of this term is unknown).
- AMEE 20C
- AMEE 21
- AMEE 25C
- AMEE 25
- AMEE 30
- AMEE 35
- AMEE 40 (introduced in 2008)
- AMEE 45
- AMEE 50
- AMEE 50H (introduced in 2008, or the AMEE 50 is the older name for this model)
This model was first made in 2005, and discontinued in 2012.
Specs are from 2006 unless otherwise noted.
- Holeless hydraulic
- Machine room less hydraulic versions exist for the AMEE 20C & AMEE 25C (not confirmed to exist in 2011)
- Can have a rear door (except for AMEE 20C & AMEE 25C)
- Single slide door for 3500 lbs. capacity or less, two speed side opening door for 4500 lbs. capacity or more (center opening door likely an option for 3500 & 4000 lbs. capacities, and possibly some lower capacities as of 2011, but not the AMEE 20C)
- 100/115/135 fpm for C models with single stage jack
- 100/125/150 fpm for C models with 2 stage jack
- 80/110/150 fpm for regular models with single or 2 stage jack
- 80/100/125/150 for regular models with 3 stage jack
- Max travel distance:
- 12' - 0 1/2" for C models with single stage jack and 100 fpm speed
- 11' - 9 1/2" for C models with single stage jack and 115/135 fpm speed
- 22' - 7 1/2" for C models with 2 stage jack and 100 fpm speed
- 22' - 1 1/2" for C models with 2 stage jack and 125/150 fpm speed
- 12' - 8" for regular models with single stage jack and 80 fpm speed
- 12' - 5" for regular models with single stage jack and 110/150 fpm speed
- 23' - 2 1/2" for regular models with 2 stage jack
- 35' - 0" for regular models with 3 stage jack (likely 33' - 6 1/2" as of 2011)
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