Sale Price : US$75.00 US$70.00
Color : Black
Lead Time : 5 Days
8007040000 Handrail Tension V-belt for Thyssen Escalator, 8007110000 L=1841mm W=57mmT=7mm
Handrail for Escalator
Own brand, JIFENG escalator handrail, Warranty 16 months
Advantages of rubber
Therst escalators were already equipped with handrails made of rubber. up to 20 bending changes
per one circulation of the escalator cause heavy loads for the handrail components.
Assuming that a high quality handrail circulates over 2,000,000 times before being exchanged,
the handrail has to resist more than 40,000,000 bending changes.
best choice for escalator handrails
The future requirements of handrails will further increase due to the continuing trend of reduced bending radii in
the escalator industry. Rubber has this capability to resist such high strains while having excellent flexibility which results in
smooth and energy efficient operation.
Due to the smart combination of handrail structure and layer material our handrails can be use indoors as well as outdoors, while
resisting heavy loads and remaining dimensionally stable.
The material of the handrail layers can vary depending on handrail type and requirements. For more information on choosing the
best product for your application please contact your responsible sales representative
If you are interested in offering a more visible or individual handrail, we offer several possibilities to address your specific
We offers a variety of coloured handrails. The choice of high-performance pigments ensures extraordinary resistance to
discoloration if exposed to sun or artificial uv-light.
If required JIEFENG elevator offers handrails with motion indicators in white, yellow or grey colour.
Such coloured dots placed on the handrail surface indicate the operation, speed and running direction of an escalator.
To brand your handrails, we can offertwo solutions – a permanent or non-permanent application.
permanent branding: A logo is vulcanised on the handrail surface.
non-permanent: A special foil is applied on the handrail surface.
How to Measure Your Escalator Handrails - Handrail Length
When measuring a handrail, it is critical that measurements are taken accurately. The following steps will help you when measuring an installed handrail.
1) Place your start mark on the incline of the handrail. On an up unit, the starting mark will be at the top (A) and the
measurements will be at the bottom measuring up the incline.
2) Place your next mark at the other end of the incline (B) and measure the distance between the two marks.
3) Once you have recorded your first measurement, rotate the escalator so as to take another measurement down (or up) the incline.
4) Repeat Step 3 (usually 3 times) until the start mark reappears.
5) Measure the distance between your last mark and the start mark (D & A) and add to your other measurements (1, 2, & 3) to obtain the total handrail length.
The most effective way to package, store, and ship handrails is to coil them. Extra long handrail should be stored on a reel. A properly coiled handrail can be packaged and stored to extended periods of time with minimal handrail distortion. An improperly coiled handrail can be very difficult to package, will not store well, and can often be damaged beyond repair because of permanent distortion. The following 5 steps describe a simple method for properly coiling an endless handrail.
1) Choose a clean, flat area large enough to accommodate the entire handrail. Lay the handrail in an oblong shape making sure it is free of twists, with the slider side up (rubber side down). Straighten the handrail lengthwise so that the side of the oval shape are parallel and approximately one meter (or one yard) apart.
2) With one person on either side of the handrail, begin at one end by lifting the handrail edge and turning it towards the floor.
3) The handrail can now be “rolled” along, creating two separate coils. With each rotation, be sure that the handrail is wound neatly on top of itself.
4) When the handrail is wound, place one of the two coils inward on the floor then place the other coil on top of the first.
5) If the handrail is longer than 25 meters (82 feet), stop coiling the handrail when you reach half the handrail’s length and repeat the same procedure from the other end. This will result in four individual coils placed on top of each other. It is important that the loop of the second end is large enough to fit around the base of the previously coiled end. This will prevent any kinks or dents in that section of the handrail. Place these last two coils over the previously coiled handrail.
To uncoil the handrail, repeat these steps in reverse order