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synergy blue elevator
Efficiency and innovation: going up!

Compact and efficient, synergy blue opens up new possibilities in residential and small office buildings. Reducing the shaft head by up to 30% and the pit by up to 70% lets you easily integrate synergy blue into your existing buildings – even those with limited available space. And there’s more. Its advanced energy recovery system helps you save energy and cut costs. synergy blue.

synergy blue. The next-generation elevator today.

Technical specs at a glance

  • 45 m

    Travel height

  • 1.0 m/s

    Maximum speed

  • 1,000 kg

    Maximum capacity

synergy blue

Perfect for the following applications

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Key benefits

synergy BLUE Advantages
Enhanced safety

Our absolute positioning device eliminates trip hazards while reducing installation times and boosting availability.

40% lower energy consumption and costs (travelling)

Energy regeneration during travelling delivers Class A energy efficiency.

86% lower energy consumption and costs (standby mode)

Excellent power management reduces CO2 emissions and prolongs components’ service life.

Reduced total cost of ownership

Efficient shaft use, longer service life of components and reduced maintenance requirements ensure lower total cost of ownership.

Optimal accessibility

Compliance with EN 81-70 and a bright cabin interior (100 lux on the floor) ensure optimal accessibility for people with disabilities.

Quiet operation

An advanced control system reduces cabin and switching noise, making the lift quieter than a whisper in adjoining rooms.

Enhanced building appeal

Virtually infinite design possibilities translate into maximum customisation and enhanced building appeal.

Design

With three flexible design lines and hundreds of possible cabin variations, synergy blue is readily adapted to your specific building and vision. It’s also sure to elicit rave reviews from passengers.

Choose from a multitude of materials and colours, including bi-colour and bi-material effects, to design a unique interior that catches everyone’s eye. From dramatic black-and-white contrasts to subtle earthy tones and wood finishes, let your creativity flow.

Start with modern materials and add a breathtaking mix of elegant colours and lighting. Indirect LED lighting in strategic places enables you to create a relaxing environment while showcasing choice materials. The chic line is harmonious and appealing, right down to the smallest detail.

There’s only one word to describe this lift – prestige. Choose from alluring forms and colours, subtle lighting and superior metals and carbon finishes, to create an exclusive ambiance and a feeling of pure luxury. This is style at its best.

Technology

With its advanced technology, synergy blue promotes the sustainable use of resources. It optimises energy consumption, reduces emissions and lowers your operating costs.

Advantages

Your advantages at a glance

Your advantages at a glance
  • Durable, future-proof components
  • Reliable, high-performance systems requiring little maintenance
  • Intelligent technologies that meet both economical and ecological demands
  • Flexible designs that help save space
  • Elevator technology from thyssenkrupp Elevator: outstanding on all levels

E.COR controller

Well-designed from every angle: from components to costs

The intelligent E.COR controller is the core element of synergy blue and provides many benefits. The most significant one: energy and cost savings are programmed right into the system. By using energy recovery when the cabin is descending, or the lift is braking, E.COR puts energy back into the system to be used for other functions such as air-conditioning and lighting.

As a software-based solution, E.COR guarantees a high level of operating security. Rare problems with the lift are detected long before they can result in any kind of malfunction. E.COR informs you about the current status of your lift and reminds you when the next maintenance check is due.

E.COR adjusts to the way the lift is used which keeps waiting and travel times to a minimum. By automatically shifting into high-speed mode during periods of heavy use, and then into eco mode when the lift is used infrequently, the system makes optimal use of quiet and busy phases in your building.

Car entrance

Acronyms
CW = car width
CD = car depth
CH = car height
SW = shaft width
SP = shaft pit
SH = shaft head
SD = shaft depth
DW = door width
DH = door height

Available capacities (by weight and door types)

Door type Side opening doors (M2T) Double-panel centre-opening door (M2Z)
Speed (m/s) 1.0 1.0
Max. travel height 1) (m) 45 / 40 2) 45 / 40 2)
Number of passengers 6 6
Dual entrance No No
Max. number of landings 16 16
Car width CW (mm) 1,000 1,000
Car depth CD (mm) 1,250 1,250
Car height CH [DH+100] or [DH+200] (mm) 2,100 / 2,200 / 2,300 / 2,500 2,100 / 2,200 / 2,300 / 2,500
Door width DW (mm) 800 800
Door height DH (mm) 2,000 / 2,100 / 2,300 3) 5) 2,000 / 2,100 / 2,300
Shaft width SW with DW 800 (mm) 1,500 1,800
Shaft width SW with DW 900 (mm)
Shaft width SW with DW 1000
3) 5) 6) (mm)
Shaft depth door in shaft (NECD15) (mm) 1,650
Shaft depth door in recess (NECD15) (mm) 1,580
Shaft depth door on landing (NECD15) (not available with glass door (mm) 1,550
Shaft depth door in shaft (S8A) (mm) 1,655 1,610
Shaft depth door in recess (S8A) (mm) 1,600 1,595
Shaft head height - red. shaft head [CH+500] with NECD15 (mm) 2,600 / 2,700 / 2,800
Shaft head height - red. shaft head [DH+820] with S8A or glass door 4) (mm) 2,820 / 2,920 / 3,020 / 3,220 2,820 / 2,920 / 3,120
Conventional shaft head height [CH+1200] 3,300 / 3,400 / 3,500 / 3,700 3,300 / 3,400 / 3,500 / 3,700
Shaft pit depth with reduced shaft pit 7) 400
Conventional shaft pit depth (mm) 1,100 - 1,850 1,100 - 1,850
Min. floor-to-floor-distance [DH+360] (min. 200 with displaced open through entrance) (with NECD15) (mm) 2,360
Min. floor-to-floor-distance [DH+450] (with S8A) (mm) 2,450 2,450

Footnotes: See fact sheet

Door type Double-panel telescopic sliding doors (M2T) Double-panel center-opening door (M2Z)
Speed (m/s) 1,0 1,0
Max. travel height 1) (m) 45 / 40 2) 45 / 40 2)
Number of passengers 8 8
Dual entrance No Yes No Yes
Max. number of landings 16 16
Car width CW (mm) 1100 1100
Car depth CD (mm) 1400 1400
Car height CH [DH+100] or [DH+200] (mm) 2100 / 2200 / 2300 / 2500 2100 / 2200 / 2300 / 2500
Door width DW (mm) 800 / 900 / 1000 3) 5) 800 / 900 / 1000
Door height DH (mm) 2000 / 2100 / 2300 3) 5) 2000 / 2100 / 2300
Shaft width SW with DW 800 (mm) 1600 1800
Shaft width SW with DW 900 (mm) 1600 2000
Shaft width SW with DW 1000
3) 5) 6) (mm)
1750 2200
Shaft depth door in shaft (NECD15) (mm) 1785 2010
Shaft depth door in recess (NECD15) (mm) 1715 1870
Shaft depth door on landing (NECD15) (not available with glass door (mm) 1685 1810
Shaft depth door in shaft (S8A) (mm) 1790 2020 1745 1930
Shaft depth door in recess (S8A) (mm) 1735 1910 1730 1900
Shaft head height - red. shaft head [CH+500] with NECD15 (mm) 2600 / 2700 / 2800
Shaft head height - red. shaft head [DH+820] with S8A or glass door 4) (mm) 2820 / 2920 / 3020 / 3220 2820 / 2920 / 3120
Conventional shaft head height [CH+1200] 3300 / 3400 / 3500 / 3700 3300 / 3400 / 3500 / 3700
Shaft pit depth with reduced shaft pit 7) 400
Conventional shaft pit depth (mm) 1100 - 1850 1100 - 1850
Min. floor-to-floor-distance [DH+360] (min. 200 with displaced open through entrance) (with NECD15) (mm) 2360
Min. floor-to-floor-distance [DH+450] (with S8A) (mm) 2450 2450

Footnotes: See Fact sheet

Door type Double-panel telescopic sliding doors (M2T) Double-panel center-opening door (M2Z)
Speed (m/s) 1,0 1,0
Max. travel height 1) (m) 45 / 40 2) 45 / 40 2)
Number of passengers 13 13
Dual entrance No Yes No Yes
Max. number of landings 16 16
Car width CW (mm) 1100 1100
Car depth CD (mm) 2100 2100
Car height CH [DH+100] or [DH+200] (mm) 2100 / 2200 / 2300 / 2500 2100 / 2200 / 2300 / 2500
Door width DW (mm) 800 / 900 / 1000 3) 5) 800 / 900 / 1000
Door height DH (mm) 2000 / 2100 / 2300 3) 5) 2000 / 2100 / 2300
Shaft width SW with DW 800 (mm) 1600 1800
Shaft width SW with DW 900 (mm) 1600 2000
Shaft width SW with DW 1000
3) 5) 6) (mm)
1750 2200
Shaft depth door in shaft (NECD15) (mm) 2485 2710
Shaft depth door in recess (NECD15) (mm) 2415 2570
Shaft depth door on landing (NECD15) (not available with glass door (mm) 2385 2510
Shaft depth door in shaft (S8A) (mm) 2490 2720 2445 2630
Shaft depth door in recess (S8A) (mm) 2435 2610 2430 2600
Shaft head height - red. shaft head [CH+500] with NECD15 (mm) 2600 / 2700 / 2800
Shaft head height - red. shaft head [DH+820] with S8A or glass door 4) (mm) 2820 / 2920 / 3020 / 3220 2820 / 2920 / 3120
Conventional shaft head height [CH+1200] 3300 / 3400 / 3500 / 3700 3300 / 3400 / 3500 / 3700
Shaft pit depth with reduced shaft pit 7) 400
Conventional shaft pit depth (mm) 1100 - 1850 1100 - 1850
Min. floor-to-floor-distance [DH+360] (min. 200 with displaced open through entrance) (with NECD15) (mm) 2360
Min. floor-to-floor-distance [DH+450] (with S8A) (mm) 2450 2450

Footnotes: See Fact sheet

synergy blue references

Grüne Mitte, Essen, Germany

Grüne Mitte

Essen, Germany

Hotel Kempinski, Munich, Germany

Hotel Kempinski Airport

Munich, Germany

Autostadt, Wolfsburg, Germany

Autostadt

Wolfsburg, Germany

Budersand Hotel - Golf & Spa, Sylt, Germany

Budersand Hotel - Golf & Spa

Sylt, Germany

Innenhafen, Duisburg, Germany

Innenhafen

Duisburg, Germany