Smartrise, the industry’s top-rated technical support, they are available whenever you need them. Utilizing parts that are readily available from a number of vendors, Smartrise has moved beyond, “non-proprietary” and into what we call, “open market”. Their universal printed circuit board is in each controller and provides a consistent product at every site, be it, hydro or traction, geared or gearless. A universal board also means fewer spare parts to stock so you always have the part you need to minimize downtime.
Unitec Parts Company, are committed to providing their customers with the highest quality elevator and escalator replacement parts in a timely, most professional manner. They've built their business around the basic premise of helping customers meet their requirements by offering exceptional customer service, competitive prices and quality OEM (original equipment manufacturer) Parts.
GAL Manufacturing remains true to it's name in that the vast majority of products offered are produced in-house. With over 225 people involved in production, GAL's manufacturing capability ranges from single spindle drill presses up to CNC machining and punching equipment. We perform nearly every imaginable metal machining, punching, forming, welding, and finishing operation. Other areas produce solid state boards, do painting and coating, centrifugal casting, injection molding, and every sort of assembly.
SEES, Southern Elevator and Electronics Supply is an ISO 9001 Certified Manufacturer, utilizes lean manufacturing techniques and advanced technology to produce quality products. MADE IN THE U.S.A. SEES state-of-the-art machining capabilities produce high volume parts at low costs as well as the ability for quick turn-around times on custom or short run manufacturing. Contact SEES with confidence.
How Stuff Works is a great website to learn the basics of modern science and elevator mechanics. Sometimes we just need a practical overview of how the gadgets work for us to use this example to associate the problem. Take a tour and gain some insight into the world of elevators and lifts with this useful link.
The Elevator Museum is a great e-magazine that is feature rich with pictures and descriptive content that will give you the insight of the history of hoists and lifting goods and people through the ages.
BOMA International is a primary source of information on management and building operations, development, building costs, energy consumption patterns, leasing, local and national building codes, occupancy statistics and a host of other industry trends.
OSHA is part of the United States Department of Labor. The administrator for OSHA is the Assistant Secretary of Labor for Occupational Safety and Health. OSHA's administrator answers to the Secretary of Labor, who is a member of the cabinet of the President of the United States.