NOV 3242 UP F7

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Main parameters
  • Internal dimensions of the cabin:
    1490 x 4100 x 2400 mm 4'10 11/16'' x 13'5 3/8'' x 7'10 1/2''
  • Load capacity:
    3200 kg / 7000 lbs
  • Maximum lifting speed:
    70 m/min / 230 fpm
  • Engine power:
    3 x 15 kW / 3 x 20 HP
12 months warranty
Lift rental
Low noise level (about 65dB)
Can be installed inside and outside the building
From design to installation
All parameters
Internal dimensions of the cabin: 1490 x 4100 x 2400 mm 4'10 11/16'' x 13'5 3/8'' x 7'10 1/2''
Standard door height 2000 mm / 6'6 3/4 "
Load capacity: 3200 kg / 7000 lbs
Maximum lifting speed: 70 m/min / 230 fpm
Engine power: 3 x 15 kW / 3 x 20 HP
Frequency converter 90 kW / 120 HP
Rated current [400 V / 480 V] 150A / 135A
Starting current [400 V / 480 V] 225A / 202.5A
Starting current [400 V / 480 V] 150A / 150A
Recommended fuse connection [400 V / 480 V] 175A / 175A
Counterweight -
Masts BH, S, (H in the shaft)
Maximum lifting height 350 m / 1150 ft
Possibility of installing two cabins per 1 mast yes
Control system Joystick / Buttons / Keyboard

Construction (passenger) lift NOV 3242 UP F7 with a lifting capacity of up to 3.2 tons, a maximum height of 350 meters, a transport speed of up to 70 m/min and engines with a capacity of up to 3 x 15 kW.

The lift is controlled by joystick or buttons, it can be equipped with a keyboard for direct floor selection.

This lift allows using two cages on one mast.

COMPLETED PROJECTS

All projects
Madison Square Garden, NY, USA
Construction hoist
Scope of work: installation and commissioning of the lift NOV 3242 UP3 F7II , maintenance
Object:

Lifting height:
160 meters
Madison Square Garden, NY, USA
Construction hoist
Scope of work: installation and commissioning of the lift NOV 3242 UP3 F7II , maintenance
Object:

Lifting height:
160 meters
Spare parts catalog is available upon request

Certificates and Documentation

ISO 9001
Industrial Elevators
Lifting Equipment
Lifts for work in explosive environment
Suspended cradles
Lift for port cranes STS