With over 30 years of technical experience, the professionals at South Jersey Elevator are confident that we can quickly resolve your elevator issues.
We are able to accommodate and repair the following components:
Elevator controls have an average life expectancy of 25 years depending on the environment and elevator code. South Jersey Elevator can provide and install a variety of controllers such as Virginia Controls, Smartrise Elevator Controls, Motion Controls, Elevator Controls Inc., GAL, etc.
One specific type of controller that exists (Southeastern/Esco controller with IBM/DDP type relays) is of serious safety concern. If you currently have this type of controller, please contact our office for additional information. Another type (Omron Controls) are now obsolete and should also be replaced.
While replacing your elevator controls, it is typically necessary to also replace your fixtures due to new controls needing to meet new elevator safety codes required for fireman's service, etc.
Most power units have a lifespan of 25 years. South Jersey Elevator can provide a new submersible power unit with multi lead motors. This will provide more efficient and reliable operation and allow other cost saving equipment to be added to the elevator such as electronic soft starters.
Your elevator door equipment includes door operator, hatch door panels, car door panels, infrared door detector, sills, struts, headers, and door bucks. This equipment in most cases is susceptible to outside environment. Doors cause more shutdowns than any other piece of equipment. Also waterproof and corrosion resistant equipment can be installed where the elements reduce the life span of exposed equipment.
A hydraulic cylinder normally lasts approximately 25 years. Also, most elevators installed prior to 1972 were commonly single bottom hydraulic cylinders. These have since been found to be un-safe. See letter attached (Cylinder Safety Notification) we had previously sent to our customers. Please contact our office if your cylinder is of this age.
An infrared detector can provide you with the maximum protection for the public. Upon entering the elevator, an infrared beam detects objects within the entire length of the elevator doors. This is a tremendous safety feature and also can take the place of having a safety edge and electric eyes which have to be physically pressed to re-open the car doors.
A motor soft starter can be installed to reduce costly electric current spikes that occur when starting the elevator. This is a "green" starter that will slowly ramp amperage as opposed to mechanical starters.
A battery back-up can be placed on your hydraulic elevator. In the event that you lost power in the building, this equipment would lower the elevator to the lowest landing selected and open the doors before turning off the elevator. This is a very nice safety feature which could eliminate the inconvenience of an entrapment during a power outage.
Power correction devices can be added to your elevator to allow your elevator equipment to operate more efficiently which can greatly reduce electric usage charges.