Traction with a Machine Room (MR)

Ropes that pass over a wheel connected to an electric motor above the elevator shaft are used to lift traction elevators. They have substantially faster travel speeds than hydraulic elevators and are employed in mid- and high-rise applications. By balancing the weight of the car and its occupants so that the engine doesn’t have to move as much weight, a counter weight increases the efficiency of elevators.

Equipped Traction In elevators, the motor is connected to a gearbox, which turns a wheel that pulls the ropes. Up to 2mps can be reached by geared traction elevators.
A geared traction elevator may move a maximum of about 75 metres.

Machine-Room-Less (MRL) Traction

In this configuration, the governor and controller are housed in a penthouse machine room right above the hoistway, together with a geared traction machine.
The use of this design has several advantages over hydraulic car types, including the potential to travel at an infinite distance and a superior power efficiency.
Furthermore, no hydraulic oil is being used.

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A piston at the bottom of a hydraulic elevator supports it and pushes it upward as an electric motor injects oil or another hydraulic fluid into the piston. A valve lets the fluid out of the piston, which causes the elevator to drop. With a top speed of 1 m/min, they are ideal for low-rise applications with 4 floors. On the lowest level, right next to the elevator shaft, is the machine room for hydraulic elevators.

A sheave that extends below the elevator pit’s floor receives the retracting piston when the elevator lowers in conventional hydraulic elevators. Some versions call for a shallower pit because they have telescoping pistons that collapse. The maximum travel distance is about 15 metres.


Food is transported using a freight elevator called a dumbwaiter lift. Dumbwaiters are a common feature in contemporary commercial, public, and residential structures. They go through a number of the same-structured stories.

In Chennai, dumbwaiter lifts are a great technique to move items from one floor to another within a building. They facilitate the movement of objects between floors by connecting to various floors across the building. They are employed by academic institutions, medical facilities, commercial businesses, and private businesses.