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            TWIN elevator
            It’s a double win!

            Our one-of-a-kind TWIN passenger elevator is the industry’s first system with two independent cars, one on top of the other, in one shaft. It gives you the same conveyance capacity in 25% less space. It also lets you introduce brand-new traffic concepts while setting a new standard in high performance.

            With TWIN, both cabins use the same guide rails and landing doors. Each car is equipped with its own traction drive, controller, ropes, counterweight and governor. An intelligent Destination Selection Control (DSC) system gets people to their destination faster by grouping together individuals travelling to the same floor. TWIN also boasts a TüV-tested safety concept to satisfy even the most stringent requirements.

            TWIN. Delivering efficiencies across the board.

            Technical specs at a glance

            • 250 m

              Travel height

            • 7.0 m/s

              Maximum speed

            • 1,800 kg

              Maximum capacity

            TWIN

            Perfect for the following applications

            Key benefits

            evolution BLUE Advantages
            Extremely cost effective

            Two elevator cars share the same hoistway, landing doors and guide rails, saving substantial money in construction labour and materials as well as maintenance.

            Up to 40% more traffic

            Its double-car configuration means now your mobility system can handle up to 40% more passengers.

            Highly energy efficient

            When passenger volumes are low, TWIN parks one cab to save on energy while the other car stays in operation. An optional energy recovery function feeds about 30% of the recovered braking energy back into your building’s power grid.

            Impressively space efficient

            By reducing the number of shafts required to effectively service your buildings over 50 metres in height, TWIN maximises your leasable space.

            Performance data and principal dimensions for central-opening door (M2Z) - preferred types

            Rated load per elevator car 1) 1,250 kg
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Upper elevator car
            4.0 6.0
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Lower elevator car
            2.5 4.0
            Rope suspension
            Upper elevator car
            2:1 1:1
            Rope suspension
            Lower elevator car
            2:1 2:1
            Max. travel height TH (m)3) 100 150
            Dual entrance No
            Number of passengers 16
            Car width CW (mm) 1,950
            Car depth CD (mm) 1,400
            Car height CH (mm)4) 2,600 (2,200 – 3,000)
            Door width DW (mm) 1,100
            Door height DH (mm)5) 2,400 (2,000 – 2,700)
            Shaft width SW (mm) 2,750
            Shaft depth SD (mm) 2,370 2,420
            Shaft head height (mm) 5,500 (depends on car height) 6,800 (depends on car height)
            Pit depth (mm) 3,100 5,500
            Min. height between floors [DH + 590] (mm) 2,990 (depends on door height)
            Min. safe distance between floors (mm)
            Standard 7
            6,000 (depends on car height)
            Min. safe distance between the two lowest landings (mm)
            Reduced (optional) 8
            4,500 (depends on car height)

            Footnotes: See Fact sheet

            Rated load per elevator car 1) 1350 kg
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Upper elevator car
            4.0 6.0
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Lower elevator car
            2.5 4.0
            Rope suspension
            Upper elevator car
            2:1 1:1
            Rope suspension
            Lower elevator car
            2:1 2:1
            Max. travel height TH (m)3) 100 150
            Dual entrance No
            Number of passengers 18
            Car width CW (mm) 1950
            Car depth CD (mm) 1500
            Car height CH (mm)4) 2600 (2200 – 3000)
            Door width DW (mm) 1100
            Door height DH (mm)5) 2400 (2000 – 2700)
            Shaft width SW (mm) 2750
            Shaft depth SD (mm) 2470 2520
            Shaft head height (mm) 5500 (dep. on car height) 6800 (dep. on car height)
            Pit depth (mm) 3100 5500
            Min. height between floors [DH+ 590] (mm) 2990 (depends on door height)
            Min. safe distance between floors (mm)
            Standard 7
            6000 (depends on car height)
            Min. safe distance between the two lowest landings (mm)
            Reduced (optional) 8
            4500 (depends on car height)

            Footnotes: See Fact sheet

            Rated load per elevator car 1) 1600 kg
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Upper elevator car
            4.0 6.0
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Lower elevator car
            2.5 4.0
            Rope suspension
            Upper elevator car
            2:1 1:1
            Rope suspension
            Lower elevator car
            2:1 2:1
            Max. travel height TH (m)3) 100 150
            Dual entrance No
            Number of passengers 21
            Car width CW (mm) 1950
            Car depth CD (mm) 1750
            Car height CH (mm)4) 2600 (2200 – 3000)
            Door width DW (mm) 1100
            Door height DH (mm)5) 2400 (2000 – 2700)
            Shaft width SW (mm) 2750
            Shaft depth SD (mm) 2720 2770
            Shaft head height (mm) 5500 (dep. on car height) 6800 (dep. on car height)
            Pit depth (mm) 3100 5500
            Min. height between floors [DH+ 590] (mm) 2990 (depends on door height)
            Min. safe distance between floors (mm)
            Standard 7
            6000 (depends on car height)
            Min. safe distance between the two lowest landings (mm)
            Reduced (optional) 8
            4500 (depends on car height)

            Footnotes: See Fact sheet

            Rated load per elevator car 1) 1800 kg
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Upper elevator car
            4.0 6.0
            Speed (m/s)2)
            Lower elevator car
            2.5 4.0
            Rope suspension
            Upper elevator car
            2:1 1:1
            Rope suspension
            Lower elevator car
            2:1 2:1
            Max. travel height TH (m)3) 100 150
            Dual entrance No
            Number of passengers 24
            Car width CW (mm) 1950
            Car depth CD (mm) 1900
            Car height CH (mm)4) 2600 (2200 – 3000)
            Door width DW (mm) 1100
            Door height DH (mm)5) 2400 (2000 – 2700)
            Shaft width SW (mm) 2750
            Shaft depth SD (mm) 2870 2920
            Shaft head height (mm) 5500 (dep. on car height) 6800 (dep. on car height)
            Pit depth (mm) 3100 5500
            Min. height between floors [DH+ 590] (mm) 2990 (depends on door height)
            Min. safe distance between floors (mm)
            Standard 7
            6000 (depends on car height)
            Min. safe distance between the two lowest landings (mm)
            Reduced (optional) 8
            4500 (depends on car height)

            Footnotes: See Fact sheet

            TWIN references

            Beijing Olympic Tower

            Beijing Olympic Tower

            Beijing, China

            thyssenkrupp Elevator (China) headquarters

            thyssenkrupp Elevator (China) headquarters

            Shanghai, China

            Dalian Bay Shore Hotel

            Dalian Bay Shore Hotel

            Dalian, China

            European Central Bank, Frankfurt, Germany

            European Central Bank

            Frankfurt, Germany

            Rain Square, Perth, Australia

            Rain Square

            Perth, Australia

            Federation tower moscow

            Federation Tower

            Moscow, Russia

            Skyoffice Düsseldorf

            Skyoffice

            Düsseldorf, Germany

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