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thyssenkrupp Velino

Manufacturer

Thyssen (1990s)
thyssenkrupp (2001-current)

Production

1990s-present

Type

Normal speed escalator

thyssenkrupp Velino is a current escalator model of Thyssen (and thyssenkrupp currently) which have been made since in the late 1990s. It is one of thyssenkrupp's three escalator models; the other two being Tugela and Victoria.

Overview

Velino is an escalator designe for commercial buildings, hotels, convention centers, hospitals and airports. Velino also comes in two different types; the Velino Base and Velino Xtra. Velino Base is the standard escalator that can transport any volume of pedestrian traffic day by day. The Velino Xtra is an escalator with numerous options and customizations. Velino escalators can also be installed in outdoor environments (sheltered). This model was first made no later than 2003.

Specs

  • 0.5 or 0.65 m/s speeds (100 fpm in the United States)
  • 15 m of maximum rise.
    • 6 m for Velino Base.
    • 6 or 15 m for Velino Xtra.
    • Up to 10.05 m or 33'0" in the United States.
  • 27.3 / 30 / 35 degrees inclination.
    • 30 or 35 degrees for Velino Base and Velino Xtra.
    • 30 degrees only in the United States.
  • 600 / 800 / 1000 mm step width (24"/32"/40" in the United States)
    • 800 or 1000 m for Velino Base and Velino Xtra.
  • 800 / 1200 / 1600 mm horizontal run.

Notable installations

Unless those marked as Thyssen, all of those were installed by thyssenkrupp.

China

  • Sanlitun Soho Complex, Beijing
  • Shanghai Ocean Aquarium, Shanghai
  • Oi Tung Shopping Centre, Aldrich Bay, Hong Kong (1999, Thyssen)
  • New Hong Kong Police Headquarters, Wan Chai, Hong Kong (2004)

Germany

  • thyssenkrupp Quartier, Essen
  • Mercedes-Benz Museum, Stuttgart
  • Saturn Markt, Hamburg

Indonesia

  • Jembatan Niaga Senen, Jakarta
  • Cinere Bellevue Mall, Depok (2015)
  • Margo City Depok, Depok (2006)
  • Resinda Park Mall, Karawang (2016)
  • Kapas Krampung Plaza, Surabaya
  • Gelael Supermarket Kuta, Bali (2010)
  • Mall Sentani City Square, Irian Jaya, Papua

Thailand

  • Platform Wongwianyai, Bangkok (2016)
  • Show DC, Bangkok (2016)
  • FYI Center, Bangkok
  • Jen Plus Mall Sanamluang 2, Bangkok
  • Bangkok Art and Culture Centre, Bangkok
  • CentralFestival Pattaya Beach, Chonburi (2009, exterior escalators)

United States

  • AOL Time Warner Center, New York City, NY
  • Borders, Freehold Racefield Mall, Freehold, NJ
  • Wynn Casino, Las Vegas, NV

Other countries

  • Grimaldi Forum, Monaco
  • Indira Gandhi International Airport, New Delhi, India
  • Shinsegae Centum City, Busan, South Korea
  • Block 1 Joo Chiat Complex, Singapore (replacement from Nippon escalator)
  • Vincom Center, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam (2010)
  • Raine Square, Perth, WA, Australia
  • Metro City, Istanbul, Turkey

Gallery

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