Double-person escalator in corridor

一种楼道双人扶梯

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本发明公开了一种楼道双人扶梯,涉及一种楼梯升降装置。所述双人扶梯设于楼道,不影响通风采光,运行安全可靠、使用简单方便、造价低工期短,可解决旧楼加装电梯中的通风采光及造价过高等问题。本发明包括主机及对称地固设于楼梯两侧、且与楼梯坡度平行的导向架,所述主机包括装设于导向架的主机架,及用于驱动主机架在导向架上移动的驱动装置。本发明可以单梯安装,也可以整楼安装,可作为上、下楼的乘载工具,也可当作楼梯使用,各层住户可以单独使用,也可同时使用。本发明的应用可缓解高低层住户的矛盾,解决困扰我们多年的旧楼加装电梯难的问题,及加装电梯后爬半梯的问题,还可以广泛应用于复式住宅及2层以上的别墅。
The invention discloses a double-person escalator in a corridor and relates to a stair lifting device. The double-person escalator is arranged in the corridor, does not affect ventilation or lighting, is safe and reliable in running, easy and convenient to use, low in manufacturing cost and short in construction period, and can solve the problems that when an elevator is additionally arranged in an old building, ventilation and lightning are affected, and manufacturing cost is too high. The double-person escalator comprises a host and guiding frames symmetrically and fixedly arranged on the two sides of a stair and parallel to the slope of the stair. The host comprises a host frame installed on the guiding frames, and a driving device used for driving the host frame to move on the guiding frames. The double-person escalator can be installed on a single floor and can also be installed on a whole building, can serve as a carrying tool for a person to go upstairs and downstairs, can serve as a stair, can be independently used by residents on each floor and can also be used by all the residents. The double-person escalator can relieve the conflict between residents on the high floors and the low floors, solves the problem, troubling people many years, that an elevator cannot be easily added in the old building and the problem that people climb half of the stair after an elevator is added, and can be widely used for duplex compartments and villas with the floor number larger than two.

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