Roof railing for an elevator car adapted to be collapsed with a handle actuating all sides at the same time

Roof railing for an elevator car adapted to be collapsed with a handle actuating all sides at the same time

  • CN 101,119,920 B
  • Filed: 02/18/2005
  • Issued: 05/08/2013
  • Est. Priority Date: 02/18/2005
  • Status: Active Grant
First Claim
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1. have the elevator car roof guardrail of the folded side on the support frame that is hinged on car top, it comprises:

  • Can as accordion as inwardly be folded into two sides of at least two parts, it is perpendicular to the platform door opening of elevator hoistways and be hinged on the described support frame of bottom of close described side,Be connected near the upper postero lateral arm in rear upper end of each described side,Actuation handle, its length be substantially equal to the degree of depth of lift car and be hinged on described support frame by on the close midway location of trailing portion, and perpendicular to described platform door opening, wherein said handle is connected with upper postero lateral arm by the bar that the plane of symmetry parallel or that be positioned at guardrail is articulated in upper postero lateral arm at least, and the rear portion that is connected to each described two side by the side lever with end socket and ball jointWherein, described handle is configured to pass described platform door opening from a bottom, guardrail basic horizontal folding position and rises to a upper position locking, substantially vertical, pull simultaneously the 3rd back side edge that described two sides make their vertical stand-ups and form guardrail, the 3rd back side edge has the rear portion pipe link of described two sides and implements the described upper postero lateral arm of locking, andDescribed handle is configured to be reduced to lower position from upper position, thereby so that the movement of described handle causes folding simultaneously described two sides and shrink guardrail forming a height less when not being lowered than handle at car top.

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