Our very own Tara Humlick sums up this week’s focus on safety in this video. Take it away, Tara!
Continuing our week of highlighting safety, today we want to shine our spotlight on our Escalator Comb Plate Impact Fixture Test Kit.
The adjustment of the combplate impact switches on all escalators is important in order to ensure safe and reliable operation of the equipment. This tool has been designed to make the adjustment and calibration process easier, and accurate.
This leads directly to greater safety for the riding public.
For more information, see our website: KONE Spares Escalator Comb Plate Impact Fixture Test Kit »
Happy Hump Day! Today, continuing our week of highlighting safety, we’re going to focus on two more tools we use ourselves and want to share with the industry.
This is our flat cable splitter, which is specifically designed to improve safety while splitting flat traveling cables. And if you’ve ever had to prepare the connection ends of a flat traveling cable, you know what we’re talking about.
This tool is specifically designed to improve safety for opening these flat elevator cables. The splitter also has the added benefit of making it much quicker and easier to open them, which can be a challenge when you’re down in a dark, dirty elevator pit.
For more information on the cable splitter, visit our website: KONE Spares Flat Cable Splitter »
The second product we want to feature today is what we use to protect ourselves from zombies.
Want to learn more about this “Cadillac of Barricades” and how it offers better protection against the packs of zombies? Visit our website to learn more: KONE Spares Maintenance Barrier »
Continuing our week of highlighting safety, today we want to introduce you to something we designed for ourselves, and now provide to the industry.
This is our Lift Aide system, which we developed to prevent strains or injury when lifting heavy escalator controllers in or out of escalator pits. The Lift Aide is certified with a lift capacity of 200 pounds, providing an easier means of removing heavy controllers for escalator servicing.
How does it work? A support bracket is permanently installed inside the escalator pit. The Lift-Aide easily slides into this support bracket, providing a safe and almost effortless means of lifting the controller out for service.
Extra brackets and hardware are available, so you can install them into all of the difficult units you have in service. That way only one Lift Aide is needed, as it can easily be moved from unit to unit.
For more information, see our website: KONE Spares Lift Aide »
Accidents are never expected. But here at KONE Spares, we firmly believe that they are preventable. No one wants an accident to happen, and we are committed to maintaining the mindset of preventing it from happening.
We are absolutely committed to safety for everyone — your teams, our teams, the riding public, and everyone in between.
That’s why, when we develop or discover tools to help make our lives safer, we also share them with our customers.
This week we’re going to promote some of these tools … not just because we want to sell them, but because we want to make sure people know they’re available. We use these ourselves and encourage you to as well.
Today’s example is the Antec maximum load determinator, a brilliantly simple device that can determine and document that a lifting point can reliably support a specific capacity. Our motto regarding this is, “Test it, don’t guess it!”
So, what does it do?
Yes, it breaks. On purpose.
Watch the video below to see why this is a good thing.
For more information on the Antec maximum load determinator, see our website: Antec Test Plate – The Max Load Determinator »
You may have seen this before, but we thought it an appropriate time to repost it…