thyssenkrupp Endura MRL

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The thyssenkrupp Endura MRL is thyssenkrupp's machine room less hydraulic elevator, under the branch of their Endura standard hydraulic elevator. It was made as a competitor to the Otis HydroFit. It uses enviromax, a high-performance vegetable-based biodegradable hydraulic fluid. ThyssenKrupp makes the Endura MRL Twinpost Above-Ground 1-stage, Endura MRL Twinpost Above-Ground 2-stage, and Endura MRL Twinpost Above-Ground 3-stage. The Endura MRL was introduced in late January-February 3, 2014.


The thyssenkrupp Endura MRL is a machine room less hydraulic elevator. The Endura MRL can be told apart from other thyssenkrupp hydraulic elevators by looking at the 2nd landing. If there are cabinets on the side of the door jamb, it is an Endura MRL. The model of an Endura MRL is Endura MRL Twinpost Above-Ground #-stage capacity number. Example: "Endura MRL Twinpost Above-Ground 2-stage 3000". There is also the 5000H, which has some different measurements.


  • Holeless hydraulic
  • Machine room less
  • Signa4/Traditional/Vandal resistant fixtures.
  • Serves up to 6 floors.
  • 80/110/150 FPM for Endura MRL Twinpost Above-Ground 1/2 stage, 80/100/125/150 FPM for Endura MRL Twinpost Above-Ground 3 stage.
  • 2100/2500/3000/3500/4000/4500/5000 lbs. capacities.
  • Can be a single elevator, or a bank of up to 4 elevators.


Endura MRL - A New Elevator for Low-Rise Buildings from ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas02:39

Endura MRL - A New Elevator for Low-Rise Buildings from ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas

ThyssenKrupp video about Endura MRL elevator

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