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What is exactly a transfer slab/floor in high rise buldings? View All

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Mike Wifado
Adjustable transfer floor
A multicar elevator system for servicing a plurality of floors in a building includes a plurality of elevator cars for servicing selected floors of the building; a controller for dispatching the plurality of elevator cars; input means for providing a transfer floor position signal to the controller; and an adjustable transfer floor for facilitating transfer of passengers between the plurality of elevator cars, wherein the controller adjusts the location of the adjustable transfer floor in response to the transfer floor position signal.

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Haseeb Jamal
The transfer floors are commonly used in multi-storey buildings, and they are major structural elements carrying a number of floors. Normally the entire building, 10 to 15 levels, is carried by a transfer slabs.

8 years ago


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