Engineering Design

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Escalator Cladding

For estimation purpose the following inputs are required to arrive at accurate cost data,

  • Rise in meters (Floor to Floor Vertical Distance)
  • Degree of Inclination of Escalator (30 Deg. Or 35 Deg.) or Travolator (12 Deg. Or 0 Deg.)
  • Step Width (800 or 1000mm)
  • Number of flat steps for escalator (2 or 3 or more)
  • Material of cladding with thickness for lateral sides and soffit
  • Arrangement of units, whether single or in pairs. Distance between adjoining units
  • Whether lighting arrangement required in truss or exterior or at top and bottom landings. Sketches will be preferred

Elevator Interior

Following inputs from client or architect are important to arrive at precise cost data,

  • Cabin Depth
  • Cabin Width
  • Cabin Clear Height (from floor level to top ceiling)
  • Door Opening
  • Whether door opening is only in front or front and rear opening
  • Details of finishes for sides, false ceiling, handrail and flooring
  • Material of cladding on LH and RH panels, rear panel, false ceiling, handrail, flooring
  • Type of lighting required
  • Whether door cladding required and type of finish
  • Whether cladding required for landing doors and the finish

Metal Cladding

  • For metal cladding, sketches of area where cladding is to be done, material of cladding and approximate measurements
  • Based on these inputs, we will prepare engineering drawings with dimensions for approval
  • After approval, we will prepare the commercial offer

Metal Fabricated Works

Following details required for drawings and estimation purpose,

  • Drawings or sketches of the fabrication component
  • Material specification and overall dimensions
  • End use of the component or the intent

Stainless Steel & Glass Stairs

Client or architect to provide the following details,

  • Profile of the railing
  • Material of construction (MOC)
  • Specification of steps
  • Height of the stairway
  • Specification of the railing, if required
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