As an experienced Notified Body (NoBo) and Accredited Elevator/Escalator Certification Organization (AECO), Liftinstituut helps manufacturers of elevators, escalators, and moving walkways with their product certification. Since our specialists are familiar with more and more widely accepted European regulations and specific North American guidelines, together with you they enable you to launch a product throughout the world.
The current structure of the Elevator Directive and the status of the associated elevator standards provide engineers with the tools and scope for new and innovative PES systems. These systems have already found their way into aviation and the automotive industry, and are now the new game changer for elevators as well. Liftinstituut has plenty of experience in certifying PES systems and is keen to guide you towards PESS certification.
More and more organizations are making demands on the energy consumption of elevators. They want a guarantee from the elevator manufacturer that the energy reduction promised will actually be realized. Using advanced measuring methods, Liftinstituut can help you make your lift's energy performance visible to your customers. Afterwards, Liftinstituut will provide you with a detailed report, an Energy Performance Certificate, and an energy label.
Liftinstituut has now combined all its international training programs under one name: LiftAcademy. It offers a range of courses on vertical transport, related technology, and safety issues. The knowledge provided can be used by all kinds of engineers and managers. Whether they work in the elevator industry or elsewhere, these training courses teach participants all around the world about the technology and safety aspects of elevators, escalators, and suspended access equipment.
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After the automotive and aircraft industry, functional safety is now making headway in the elevator industry. The current structure of the Elevator Directive and the status of the associated elevator standards provide engineers with the tools and scope for new and innovative Programmable Electronic Safety Systems (PESS).