Highly customizable transport capabilities ensure victoria fulfills all your requirements.
victoria offers meaningful safety and maintainability features for any peak traffic environment.
victoria’s robust components are precisely manufactured and engineered to last.
Sustainability pays off – with energy-efficient escalator solutions.
These escalators put energy efficiency into operational practice to lower your building’s carbon footprint, improve your environmental image, and boost your bottom line.
Since safety is a top priority in your building, we put safety first in designing the victoria.
Around 50 standard or optional safety features mitigate the risk of incidents and injuries. Our portfolio includes an extensive range of motion safety devices and other important features to secure building interfaces. All this plays a key role in ensuring passenger safety – day in, day out.
With a standard deflection of up to 1/1500, the victoria truss is designed to withstand any operational load. Moreover, open profiles prevent hidden corrosion while the overall design permits easy cleaning as well as reducing the fire risk by preventing oil and dust accumulation.
The high ride comfort offered by victoria escalators and measured in line with ISO 18738-2 is not just appreciated by passengers. You will also profit from less wear and tear thanks to components manufactured to the highest standards.
The automatic restart function after every non-operational stop is designed to ensure the step board is empty before restarting.
victoria escalators deliver an outstandingly reliable MTBF (Mean Time Between Failures) of around 4,000 hours, as calculated by the RAMS analysis method (Reliability – Availability – Maintainability – Safety). The main codes thyssenkrupp follows in this are EN 50126:1999 and DIN EN 60812:2006.
The outside chain roller design allows the use of step bolts to guide the step chain. This reduces wear and tear on the rollers.
The unloading curve reduces the load in the chain rollers and prevents a bending moment on the step bolt. This increases the lifespan of the step chain.
The forced parallel run device prevents unequal elongation of the step chains that may be caused by passenger behavior, e.g. people standing on only one side of the escalator.
The tensioning station is equipped with a return shaft and chain wheel with mounted elastic dumpers. This minimizes wear and tear on the turned step chain.
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