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thyssenkrupp to Show Ropeless MULTI at The German Pavilion of EXPO 2020 Dubai

Infra News - Published on Tue, 23 Jul 2019

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When EXPO 2020 opens its doors in Dubai in a year and a half, the world's first ropeless elevator for skyscrapers will feature prominently. The innovative and pioneering system from thyssenkrupp Elevator was selected as one of the lighthouse projects to be presented in the German Pavilion, called CAMPUS GERMANY, by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy. From October 2020 to April 2021, more than 190 countries will seize the opportunity and present their most innovative technologies at the World Expo.

The revolution in elevator construction that MULTI provides changes the way people move inside buildings, unlocking completely new perspectives for architects, planners and operators. Its capabilities and technical characteristics are game-changers for the industry. MULTI was unveiled to the public in June 2017 at thyssenkrupp’s 800-foot, state-of-the-art test tower in Rottweil, Germany. The solution requires fewer and smaller shafts than conventional elevators and can decrease a building’s elevator footprint by up to 50-percent. This is particularly important considering current elevator-escalator footprints can occupy up to 40-percent of a high-rise building’s floor space.

MULTI promises no less than a revolution in the elevator industry. By employing linear motors for each individual cabin, no ropes are needed at all. MULTI can move vertically as well as horizontally, and even moves on inclines. Instead of one cabin per shaft, MULTI offers multiple cabins operating in a loop. This results in a 50-percent higher transport capacity, as well as reduced waiting times for passengers.

MULTI creates unlimited new design possibilities and building efficiencies for the cities of tomorrow. It removes height limitations and can be used for skybridges to shuttle from one building to another. It can be also used to open up new directions of travel in underground transport hubs.

MULTI moves with a top speed of five to six m/s and requires dramatically lower peak power – as much as a 70-percent reduction when compared to conventional elevator systems. This allows for better management of a building’s energy needs and reduces investment costs in the power supply infrastructure. All these characteristics make MULTI the optimal solution for high-rise buildings over 300m in height.

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Posted By : Mohan Sharma on Tue, 23 Jul 2019
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