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  Casket Lift


Casket Lift - View more photos The Liftavator Casket Lift is a result and product of the original Liftavator holeless hydraulic design. Churches needing a safe, practical means to transport caskets between different levels now have the option of adding a fully enclosed deluxe cab with automatic controls.


The Liftavator Casket Lift often performs double duty as a handicap lift, allowing the elderly and disabled access to all levels of a church or funeral parlor.


The same design can also transport gurneys or stretchers in nursing homes and medical buildings, all at a fraction of the cost of a full-sized elevator.


The Liftavator Casket Lift is designed to exceed Part XIV of the ANSI 17.1 elevator code for a commercial freight elevator. Rated capacity is 1800 pounds, based on 24 square feet platform size.


 

 

 

 

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Operation
Shall be key controlled (upon request) with illuminated car and landing push button, an alarm bell and a push button for each landing. Leveling shall be automatic

Drive Unit
Shall be a self contained hydraulic unit incorporating the following:

  • Heavy duty 11 GA steel gallon reservoir
  • Unitized approved standard elevator control valve with power off manual lowering.
  • Three screw pulsation fee under oil commercial elevator pump with screened inlet
  • Heavy duty 5 HP 220 V, 1 phase motor
  • Low oil level cut out switch
  • Oil tank level and temperature sight gauge
  • Oil tank filler, breather and strainer
  • Two speed valve for smooth operation
  • Rubber isolation pads

Cylinder
Shall be a holeless jack assembly built to ANSI #A17.1, 1983 rules 1302.1A, 1302.1 and 1302.34 incorporating the following: five internal bearings, a bronze head and bearing gland assembly with three pre-adjusted Chevron seals. The cylinder shall have a one inch thick removable steel foot plate, an air bleed port at the top and an oil drain port above the gland assembly

Controller
Shall be hand wired of “relay logic” design; equipped with “plug in” type relays incorporating neon lights and test buttons. Design and operations shall include a field adjustable up time and non-interference timer as standard

Car frame
Shall be fabricated from 9” structural steel channel, incorporating a boxed cylinder lift assembly electric welded for strength

Platform
Shall be a maximum of 24 square feet fabricated of 3” structural steel channel and angle iron, welded for strength and covered with 11 GA steel plate; ˝” underlay board, carpet by others

Cab
Shall be 86” in height completely enclosed for maximum protection. Exterior shall be assembled from 16 GA reinforced steel panels. Interior shall be lined with replaceable ˝” Formica® melamine panels, color chosen from manufacturers standard color list. Roof shall be constructed of 11 GA reinforced welded steel

Lighting
Shall be surface mount, dual element fluorescent

Fixtures
Shall be commercial grade standard elevator construction with a #4 brushed stainless finish (Car operating panel, phone box with phone, hand rail, hall stations and certificate frame)

Guides
Shall be standard machined #8 per foot elevator tee sections bolted to welded structural steel wall brackets

Doors
All hoistway doors shall be 3’ 0” x 6’ 8” EZ Entry Manual swing UL “B” Label

Gate
Shall be manual sliding with UL approved electrical interlock. Power gate upon request

Capacity
Shall be 1800 lbs

Finish
Shall be all steel cleaned and primed with shop coat of industrial rust resistance enamel

Power
Shall be 220 V, 1 phase. Other power upon request

Warranty
Shall be FIVE full years on all materials. Ninety (90) days on labor. Additional warranty available

Special Signs
Braille standard. Other signs available

Options
Power doors available

Travel
Up to 25’ at 30 fpm

 
 
 
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Customer, or customer’s contractor, shall be responsible, at the customers expense, for the
following prior to the commencement of work by the elevator contractor.


1)   Finished hoistway plumb within ˝” from top to bottom, and conforming to the dimensions indicated on the layout drawings provided. All walls and side members must be square and extend from pit floor to the ceiling of the shaft. Inside surface of the hoistway must be flush. Interior of hoistway and doors should be finished prior to the installation of the lift. Hoistway must be constructed in accordance with ASME A18.1 and all state and local building code requirements.


2)   Adequate supports shall be provided for fastening the lift as indicated on the layout drawings. Supports must withstand rail forces indicated. The elevator contractor is not responsible for the structural design of the building and its ability to support the elevator loads and/or reactions.


3)   Where wood frame construction is used, tripled 2” x 6” on each side of inserts, spaced as indicated on the layout drawings, and extending the full height of the hoistway are recommended. Please consult the project architect for design specs.


4)   For masonry walls, the wall must be designed to support the loadings of the lift.


5)   Total travel distance from finished bottom floor to finished top floor must be held within 1" of that shown on the layout drawings overhead clearance, (top floor to underside of hoistway ceiling or obstruction) to be maintained per the layout drawings. If any of the shaftway dimensions cannot be achieved, contact the factory for alternate arrangements.


6)   Overhead clearance: (top floor to underside of hoistway ceiling or obstruction) to be maintained per the layout drawings. If any of the shaftway dimensions cannot be achieved, contact the factory for alternate arrangements.


7)   A poured pit conforming to the dimensions indicated on the layout drawings must be provided. The pit must be designed for the impact load indicated and must be dry and level from wall to wall.


8)   A sump pump and sump pump hole with cover is recommended in the pit area where water seepage is encountered . If a sump pump is furnished, coordinate location with the elevator contractor.


9)   All screens, railings, steps and ladders as required for a legal hositway.


10)   Barricades outside all hoistway openings for protection shall be provided and installed by the general contractors.


11)   3'0" x 6'8" swing doors, with 1 1/2 hour fire rating, with stainless hall stations. To be provided as standard equipment and installed by general contractor, door closers or spring loaded hinges are included.


12)   Clearance between hoistway door and sill must not exceed 3", nor 5" between hoistway door and car gate per ASME A17.1.


13)   All wall patching, painting, and grouting by others.


14)   The main disconnect shall be located within sight of the lift on the first level, outside the lift shaft.


15)   A 120V, single phase, (20AMP @ 1HP) service, with neutral, to a lockable safety disconnect switch fused with time delay fuses (15 AMP) shall be furnished in accordance with N.E.C. A normally open electrical interlock contact is required in the switch for battery isolation.

  • Horsepower source for single phase heavy-duty switches (or equal): square 'D' CAT. #H22IN, electric interlock EIK-031. ITE CAT. #SN-321, electrical interlock #SC-3. Cutler hammer CAT. #DH221NGK, electric interlock #DS200EK1).
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