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Elevator & Escalator Maintenance for Building Managers, 2nd Edition (Print)

Format: SOFT (Softcover)
Publication Date: 2006


30 in stock


Of all the equipment in a building, vertical transportation is the one and only mechanical/electrical system with which building occupants routinely have direct, physical contact. For a building to be a successful venture, in addition to providing a pleasant environment for occupants, its mechanical and electrical systems must provide safe and reliable service - particularly with respect to vertical transportation.

While the primary responsibility for maintaining the vertical transportation system rests with the maintenance specialists and contractors, there are many aspects of which owners and managers must be aware. This manual has been developed to explore the responsibilities of building owners and managers, as well as maintenance providers, in an effort to provide guidance in establishing an adequate maintenance program that will be a long-term benefit to building occupants and the equipment that serves them.

Digital edition also available.

Softcover | 108 Pages | 2 lbs.

Author Bio

Elevator World, Inc. is the largest publisher in the world devoted to the elevator industry: publishing a monthly journal; compiling the Elevator World SOURCE, the most inclusive directory in the industry; publishing numerous books used for industry education; maintaining ELENET, a biweekly email newsletter; and developing the Elevator World online network, a group of specialized websites with more than 70,000 users a month. Elevator World is the publisher and distributor of the print-based materials for the four-year Certified Elevator Technician (CET) Education Program. The company is 66 years old and has played a key role in the transfer of knowledge in the vertical-transportation industry.

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