Choosing a Moving Walk Escalator

Abstract:When choosing a moving walk escalator, there are severa […]

When choosing a moving walk escalator, there are several factors to consider. First, you need to determine the height of your escalator. This will determine the angle of the moving walk. The standard angle is 30 degrees, but you can choose to use 35 degrees for higher heights. A 35-degree escalator requires less horizontal length than a 30-degree escalator.

Secondly, keep in mind that a moving walk escalator is designed to move at different speeds. While it is convenient to move at a fast rate, it can also be dangerous, particularly for passengers attempting to catch a flight. A moving walkway can quickly become a barrier for people trying to squeeze through narrow passages. Additionally, they can be expensive to maintain and can require additional time to repair.

Moving walk escalators are a convenient way to move from one floor to another without exerting any physical effort. They are typically found in malls and airports, where they transport people from their vehicles to the terminal or to shopping areas. They are a relatively new technology, so it is important to consider safety and the environment in which they will be used. People who wear bifocals should use extra caution while using moving walk escalators.

As with any moving walk escalator, it is important to check for compliance with ASME A17.1/CSA B44 2013 to ensure the safety of your escalator. The standard specifies that escalators must slow to 0.05 m/s (100 ft/s) or slower when the passenger is approaching the combplate.

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