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1Elevator Training 2003. Content: 92large drum size that would be necessary.
Elevator terminology and components. Types This is an old type of elevator and
of elevators. Safety features. Types of obsolete. The machine room for this type
Emergencies. Rescue methods. 1. of elevator could be located on the first
2Elevator Training 2003. Please note: floor next to the shaft, in the basement
*Remember, all elevators are not built the or overhead. 92.
same. *Elevators installed at different 93Elevator Training 2003. Drum type. 93.
time periods conform to different Drum with hoisting cables.
requirements or codes. *Elevator features 94Elevator Training 2003. Safety
and operation may vary from one elevator features. Safeties – a stopping mechanism
to another. *Get to know the elevators in for an over speeding car. Interlocks –
the buildings that you respond to during Cuts power to the car if this
pre-fire inspections. 2. electrical/mechanical interconnection is
3Elevator Training 2003. Counterweight. broken. Anti-egress – Allows car doors to
A tracked weight that is suspended from open only 4 inches unless car is near
cables and moves within its own set of landing. Emergency stop switch – The red
guide rails along the hoistway walls. This switch inside some cars that cuts off the
counterweight will be equal to the dead power to the car except for the lights,
weight of the car plus about 40% of the alarm and communication system. 94.
rated load. 3. 95Elevator Training 2003. Safety
4Elevator Training 2003. 4. Counter features. Seismic switch - A motion
weight. sensing device on some elevators
5Elevator Training 2003. 5. Counter installations. If it is activated the
weight. elevator will move away from the counter
6Elevator Training 2003. 6. Counter weights to the next landing with its doors
weight. open and inoperable. This device overrides
7Elevator Training 2003. Hoistway. The phase I and phase II operation unless
shaft that encompasses the elevator car. phase II operation is already in effect.
Generally serving all floors of the 95.
building. 7. 96Elevator Training 2003. Safety
8Elevator Training 2003. Hoistway. In features. If this device has been
high-rise buildings hoistways may be activated it can mean that an unsafe
banked. With specific hoistways serving structural condition exists. This device
only the lower floors and others serving is located in the machine room. 96.
only middle or upper floors while 97Elevator Training 2003. 97.
traveling in a blind hoistway until 98Elevator Training 2003. Safety
reaching the floors that it serves. A features. Seismic valve for hydraulic
blind hoistway has no doors on the floors elevators - A valve located in the pit
that it does not serve. 8. close to the jack that is designed to hold
9Elevator Training 2003. 9. pressure if the hydraulic line is broken
10Elevator Training 2003. 10. due to seismic activity. 98.
11Elevator Training 2003. 11. 99Elevator Training 2003. 99. Seismic
12Elevator Training 2003. Elevator car. valve.
A heavy steel frame surrounding a cage of 100Elevator Training 2003. Elevator
metal and wood panels. The top of the car emergencies. In many cases an elevator
frame is called the “crosshead”. Cabled technician can correct a problem faster
elevators are usually suspended from the than we can initiate a rescue. Elevator
crosshead. The bottom of the frame is technicians are on call 24hrs a day and
usually referred to as the “safety plank”. can usually respond within an hour. When
12. dispatched on a elevator emergency, verify
13Elevator Training 2003. 13. Cross that an elevator technician has been
head. notified. 100.
14Elevator Training 2003. 14. Safety 101Elevator Training 2003. Types of
plank. emergencies. Person trapped in elevator
15Elevator Training 2003. Elevator car. car. The 3 most common reasons: Power
The elevator car door travels through the failure Malfunction of control components
hoistway with the car. A toe guard is Activation of safety equipment. 101.
present at the bottom of some cars. This 102Elevator Training 2003. - Power
guard protects the passengers from being failure. If it’s going to be short term,
exposed to the open hoistway under the car its best not to attempt a rescue. Explain
if the doors are opened when it is not at the situation to the occupant. Calm and
the landing. The guard is between 21” and reassure them and let them know that they
48” long. 15. are not in danger and steps are being
16Elevator Training 2003. 16. Toe guard. taken to remove them safely. If emergency
17Elevator Training 2003. Elevator door. power is available, it can be used. 102.
These doors can sometimes opened on the 103Elevator Training 2003. - Power
inside by hand, except where anti-egress failure. Some newer elevators will return
devices are installed. This will also to the lobby one at a time where the doors
break the electrical interlock which will will open automatically. 103.
cut the power to the car. 17. 104Elevator Training 2003. - Power
18Elevator Training 2003. 18. failure. If there is no emergency power,
Complements of The American Society of then shut off the power to that elevator
Mechanical Engineers. in the machine room. This will prevent any
19Elevator Training 2003. 19. unexpected movement of traction type
Anti-egress lock. elevators when the power is restored. 104.
20Elevator Training 2003. Hoistway 105Elevator Training 2003. - Malfunction
doors. Horizontal operating hoistway doors of control components. Shut off the power
are generally hung from the top on rollers to the elevator in the machine room. This
that run in a track, with the bottom of will prevent any unexpected movement of
the door running in a slot. 20. the car when the power is restored. 105.
21Elevator Training 2003. 21. Interlock 106Elevator Training 2003. - Malfunction
opening mechanism. of control components. However, if you
22Elevator Training 2003. Hoistway have a true emergency, try a Phase I
doors. Forcing these doors at the middle recall or turning the power off and on to
or at the bottom will cause damage to the see if the system will restart correctly.
doors and their mounting hardware. The *Remember, do not restart an elevator
doors can also be knocked out of their without consulting an elevator technician.
track and fall into the hoistway. 22. 106.
23Elevator Training 2003. 23. 107Elevator Training 2003. - Malfunction
Complements of The American Society of of control components. If this does not
Mechanical Engineers. work leave the power to the elevator off
24Elevator Training 2003. Hoistway door in the machine room. Whenever you turn the
interlock. The hoistway door locking power off to an elevator, leave a member
mechanism provides a means to mechanically with a radio and fire phone (if
lock each hoistway door. They are also available), to guard the switch. 107.
interconnected electrically to prevent 108Elevator Training 2003. - Activation
operation of the elevator if any of the of safety equipment. If one of the
elevator’s hoistway doors are open. 24. elevator’s safety devices has been
25Elevator Training 2003. 25. Hoistway activated, it is often indicating a
door interlock. Hoistway door interlock. serious malfunction in the hoistway or
26Elevator Training 2003. 26. Interlock operating machinery. 108.
for freight elevator. 109Elevator Training 2003. - Activation
27Elevator Training 2003. Hoistway of safety equipment. In this situation you
emergency door keys. Carried on trucks and should wait for an elevator technician.
the squad, permit the unlocking of the Leave the power on to the elevator. This
hoistway door interlock. 27. will help the technician in determining
28Elevator Training 2003. 28. the problem. However, if you have to
29Elevator Training 2003. Escutcheon perform a rescue, turn off the main power
tube. The keyhole on the upper portion of to the elevator in the machine room. 109.
a hoistway door that accepts a hoistway 110Elevator Training 2003. Remember: Let
emergency door key and permits unlocking your presence be known to the trapped
of the hoistway door locking mechanism. occupant when you arrive. Calm and
These keyholes are usually located at the reassure the them and let them know that
bottom and top floors, but may also be on there is no danger and steps are being
other selected floors or all floors. You taken to remove them safely. 110.
may find a lock covering these keyholes on 111Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
some new elevator installations. Locate methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
these keys during pre-fires. 29. Locate the stalled car by observing the
30Elevator Training 2003. 30. Escutcheon floor indicator in the lobby or voice
tube. contact with occupant. Ask them which
31Elevator Training 2003. 31. direction they were going and which floor
32Elevator Training 2003. 32. Escutcheon they stopped at last. 111.
tube. 112Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
33Elevator Training 2003. Car top methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
operating station. Provided on some cars Try sending a member to the last floor
for operating the car from the car top. To that the car came from to shake and
be used by the elevator technician when physically make sure the hoistway doors
servicing the car. This station should are fully closed and that the interlock
only be operated under the direct switch is making contact. All of the
supervision of the elevator technician. hoistway doors must be closed for the car
33. to operate. 112.
34Elevator Training 2003. 34. Operating 113Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
station. methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
35Elevator Training 2003. Photo-electric If that does not work you can try calling
and infrared sensors. A sensor between the the car to the floor above or below its
hoistway and car doors that detects location in the opposite direction it was
objects in their path and prevents the traveling. Sometimes its necessary to try
doors from closing. Photo-electric eyes this on several floors to get the call to
were problematic and are being phased out. register. 113.
35. 114Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
36Elevator Training 2003. 36. Infra-red methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
sensor. *Remember, always shut off the power to
37Elevator Training 2003. Roller guides. the elevator in the machine room before
A set of three wheels that roll against attempting passenger removal and leave a
the guide rails. Usually mounted to the member with a radio (and fire phone if
safety plank and crosshead. They keep the available) guarding the switch. 114.
car in contact with the guide rails and 115Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
prevent sway. 37. methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
38Elevator Training 2003. 38. Roller *And after a rescue has been performed
guides on Cross head. leave the power off and a member onscene
39Elevator Training 2003. 39. Roller to inform the elevator technician what
guides on Safety plank. measures were taken to remove the
40Elevator Training 2003. Safeties. occupant. 115.
Emergency braking mechanism that stops the 116Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
car by wedging into the guide rails when methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
over speeding has occurred. It is If these attempts to correct the problem
activated by the speed governor sensing fail, shut off the main power to the
over speeding of the elevator car. 40. elevator in the machine room and station a
41Elevator Training 2003. 41. Safeties. member with a radio (and a fire phone if
42Elevator Training 2003. 42. Safeties. available). Remember to maintain a 4’
Governor rope. clearance around the switching equipment
43Elevator Training 2003. Hoisting with the radio. 116.
cables (or ropes). Used on traction type 117Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
elevators, usually attached to the methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
crosshead and extending up into the If the occupant has activated the
machine room looping over the sheave on emergency stop switch, instruct them to
the motor and then down to the counter turn it off. This will help to calm them.
weights. Hoisting cable are generally 3 to If the hoistway door has an escutcheon
6 in number. They are steel with a hemp tube, insert the appropriate key and
core to keep them pliable and lubricated. release the hoistway door interlock, and
43. open the doors. 117.
44Elevator Training 2003. Hoisting 118Elevator Training 2003. 118.
cables (or ropes). These cables are 119Elevator Training 2003. 119.
usually 1/2”or 5/8” in diameter. The 120Elevator Training 2003. 120. Inside
1/2”cables have a breaking strength of hoistway.
14,500lbs and the 5/8” 23,000lbs each. 121Elevator Training 2003. 121.
However, at 900 degrees the wire steel 122Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
rope contains only about 13% of its methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
original tensile strength. 44. If the hoistway door at this floor does
45Elevator Training 2003. 45. Nickel not have an escutcheon tube, you may have
Babbitt. to go to the top floor and work your way
46Elevator Training 2003. 46. Hoisting down. Open the hoistway doors at the top
cables. Wedge clamp. floor, then lay down and look down into
47Elevator Training 2003. 47. the hoistway holding a pike pole. 122.
48Elevator Training 2003. 48. Counter 123Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
weight. methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
49Elevator Training 2003. 49. Sheave. Position the end of the pike pole on the
50Elevator Training 2003. Guide rails. hoistway door interlock mechanism on the
Tracks in the form of a “T” that run the floor below. Open the interlock and have a
length of the hoistway, that guide the member on that floor open the hoistway
elevator car. Usually mounted to the sides doors. Repeat this procedure until you
of the hoistway, at the middle of the have opened the hoistway doors at the
elevator car. 50. level of the stalled car. 123.
51Elevator Training 2003. 51. Guide 124Elevator Training 2003. 124.
rail. Guide rail. 125Elevator Training 2003. 125.
52Elevator Training 2003. Governor Interlock.
sheave. Provided to detect over speeding 126Elevator Training 2003. 126.
of the car. Usually a cable is attached to 127Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
the safeties on the under side of the car, methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
called the governor rope. This rope runs *Remember, be sure to close or guard all
down through a pulley at the bottom of the hoistway doors at each floor on the way
shaft and back up to the machine room and down. Never leave an open hoistway
around the governor sheave. When unattended. Now you may be able to open
over-speeding is detected, the governor the elevator doors by hand by exerting 30
grips the cable which applies the safeties to 50 pounds of force, except where
that wedge against the guide rails and anti-egress devices are installed. 127.
stops the car. 52. 128Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
53Elevator Training 2003. 53. Governor methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
sheave. On newer installations, if the car is
54Elevator Training 2003. 54. Governor stalled within 18” of the landing zone,
rope. usually the hoistway doors will open if
55Elevator Training 2003. 55. Governor the car doors open. If not, the car doors
rope. will only open 4” due to the anti-egress
56Elevator Training 2003. Car emergency mechanism. 128.
exit. Usually located at the top of the 129Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
elevator cars, sometimes on the side, methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
other times not present. Top exits open In this case you may be able to release
from outside the car. Side exits are the mechanism from the outside. If this
extremely dangerous to use and are no isn’t possible, you may have to force the
longer being installed. Existing side doors with a port-a-power or rabbit tool
exits have been disabled by being toward the top of the doors. 129.
permanently bolted shut. 56. 130Elevator Training 2003. 130.
57Elevator Training 2003. 57. Top Anti-egress lock.
emergency exit. 131Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
58Elevator Training 2003. 58. Top methods. Person trapped in elevator car.
emergency exit. If you use a rabbit tool to force the
59Elevator Training 2003. Machine room hoistway or elevator doors and anti-egress
For electric traction type. Usually is present, you may need to use cribbing.
located above the hoistway in a penthouse Anti-egress allows the doors to open 4”,
or two floors above the highest floor it while the spreading capability of the
serves, but may be in the basement if rabbit tool is only 3 1/2”. 131.
overhead space is unavailable. Generally 132Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
containing hoisting machines, controllers, methods. Opening the hoistway doors from
generator, speed governor and the main an adjacent car. -Bring the adjacent car
electrical disconnects to the elevators. to the floor nearest the stalled car and
59. open its doors. 132.
60Elevator Training 2003. 60. Elevator 133Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
car number. methods. Opening the hoistway doors from
61Elevator Training 2003. 61. Elevator an adjacent car. -Set the main power
car number. switch in the machine room for both cars
62Elevator Training 2003. 62. Elevator to the off position. 133.
car number. 134Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
63Elevator Training 2003. 63. methods. Opening the hoistway doors from
64Elevator Training 2003. 64. Fire an adjacent car. -Extend a pike pole
phone. through the opening between the car and
65Elevator Training 2003. 65. Intercom. hoistway doors to the interlock roller of
66Elevator Training 2003. Machine room the stalled car. 134.
For hydraulic plunger type. Usually 135Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
located in the basement or first floor, methods. Opening the hoistway doors from
but could be anywhere. Generally an adjacent car. -Activate the interlock
containing the electric motors, pumps, oil mechanism while a member opens the
reservoirs, controllers and electrical hoistway doors. -Rescuer enter elevator
disconnect to the elevators. 66. and remove one occupant at a time. 135.
67Elevator Training 2003. 67. 136Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
68Elevator Training 2003. 68. methods. Opening the hoistway doors from
69Elevator Training 2003. 69. an adjacent car. *Guard any opening to the
70Elevator Training 2003. Phase I. A hoistway that exists. *Be careful not to
mode of operation activated by a smoke extend the pike pole into the hoistway of
detector located in an elevator lobby, an elevator still in service. 136.
elevator machine room, elevator hoistway 137Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
or by a keyed recall switch. This methods. Car more than 3’ from landing.
activation returns all cars to the main *It is inadvisable to remove passengers
egress lobby or an alternated designated through the elevator doors if it is more
landing, opens the elevator doors and than 3’ above the landing, because of the
removes the cars from service. If the car possible danger of falling into the
is on independent service, the elevator hoistway. 137.
will revert to Phase I recall in about 60 138Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
seconds. 70. methods. Car more than 3’ from landing.
71Elevator Training 2003. Phase I. The *It is also inadvisable to remove
keyed recall switch has an “On”, “Off” and passengers through the elevator doors if
sometimes a “Bypass” position. The key is the car is more than 3’ below the landing
removable in the “On” and “Off” positions because of the limited size of the access
only. 71. opening for rescue. 138.
72Elevator Training 2003. Phase I. On - 139Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
Puts elevators into phase I recall. Off - methods. Removal of occupants through the
Puts elevator back into normal service. top emergency exit. *Do not use top
Bypass – Put elevator back into service emergency exits in unenclosed hoistways.
regardless of whether the smoke detectors Also, some elevators do not have these
are reset. The key must be kept in switch exits. *The preferred method is to have an
when it is in the bypass position. 72. elevator technician move the car to a
73Elevator Training 2003. Phase I. Note: landing level. 139.
The “bypass” feature is being replaced 140Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
with a “reset” feature for elevators methods. Removal of occupants through the
installed or altered under ASME A17.1a, top emergency exit. *The following should
2002. 73. only be performed if a real emergency
74Elevator Training 2003. 74. Phase I exists. -Set the main power switch in the
keyed switch. machine room to off and station a member
75Elevator Training 2003. 75. Phase I to guard the switch with a radio (and a
keyed switch in alarm room. fire phone if available). -If there are
76Elevator Training 2003. 76. elevators in adjoining shafts, set their
77Elevator Training 2003. Phase II. A power switches to off also. 140.
mode of operation activated by the 141Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
firefighters independent service key methods. Removal of occupants through the
switch inside the elevator. This can only top emergency exit. -Open the hoistway
be activated when a phase I recall of the doors at the nearest landing level above
elevators is in effect and with the the stalled car. The opening of the
elevator at the lobby or designated floor hoistway doors can be accomplished as
with the doors open. 77. described previously. -A ladder with
78Elevator Training 2003. Phase II. The non-skid feet should be lowered and
Phase II keyed switch in the car has an securely positioned to the car top. The
“Off”, “On” and sometimes a “Hold” ladder should be long enough to have at
position. The “Hold” position allows fire least 3 rungs above the landing. 141.
personnel to remove the key and search a 142Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
floor while the elevator car is waiting methods. Removal of occupants through the
with the doors open. 78. top emergency exit. -One member of the
79Elevator Training 2003. Phase II. Off rescue team wearing a safety belt and
- Puts elevator back into phase I control, properly tied off to a secure line
unless elevator is not in phase I, then descends to the top of the car. 142.
the elevator will stay at that location 143Elevator Training 2003. 143.
with doors open until it is put into phase Complements of The American Society of
II again, returned to lobby and then Mechanical Engineers.
switched to the off position. 79. 144Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
80Elevator Training 2003. Phase II. On - methods. Removal of occupants through the
Puts the elevator into firefighter’s top emergency exit. -A second ladder
independent service. 80. should be lowered through the emergency
81Elevator Training 2003. 81. top exit, long enough to extend at least 3
82Elevator Training 2003. 82. rungs above the car top. -A second rescuer
83Elevator Training 2003. 83. should descend to the car top wearing a
84Elevator Training 2003. Types of safety belt and a secured line. 144.
elevators. Hydraulic. Electric traction. 145Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
Drum. 84. methods. Removal of occupants through the
85Elevator Training 2003. Hydraulic. top emergency exit. -The second rescuer
Found in two types: Plunger type and Roped should carry a second safety belt for the
hydraulic. 85. victim. -One rescuer should enter the
86Elevator Training 2003. Hydraulic – stalled car and set the emergency stop
Roped hydraulic. This type is similar to switch to off (if available), while the
the electric traction type but uses a other stays on the car top. 145.
hydraulic machine for power. 86. 146Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
87Elevator Training 2003. Hydraulic – methods. Removal of occupants through the
Roped hydraulic. 87. top emergency exit. -A third member should
88Elevator Training 2003. Hydraulic - be at the landing used to gain access.
Plunger type. This type is the most common -The occupants should then be assisted up
and consists of an elevator car mounted on the ladder from the car wearing the safety
top of a long hydraulic piston. The piston belt, one at a time. 146.
is generally not telescopic, so there must 147Elevator Training 2003. 147.
be a hole in the ground as long as the Complements of The American Society of
distance the elevator travels. 88. Mechanical Engineers.
89Elevator Training 2003. Hydraulic – 148Elevator Training 2003. Rescue
Plunger type. 89. methods. Removal of occupants through the
90Elevator Training 2003. Electric - top emergency exit. -Remember, do not
Traction type. This is the most common restore power to the stalled car. Have a
type of elevator for high-rise buildings. member stand by to inform the elevator
It consists of a driving sheave, over technician the measures that were taken to
which the hoisting ropes pass coming from perform the rescue. 148.
the elevator crosshead and going to the 149Elevator Training 2003. Elevators. The
counter weights. Electric traction type information covered in this presentation
elevators can be used in buildings of any are some, but not all of the methods of
height. 90. elevator rescue. For more in-depth
91Elevator Training 2003. Electric - information on elevator function and
Traction type. 91. - Controller. Machine methods of elevator rescue, refer to:
room -. - DC motor with sheave. - Speed PF&R Training Bulletin #19, Elevators
governor. - Guide rails. - Counter and Elevator Emergencies. ASME A17.4,
weights. Hoistway doors -. Guide for Emergency Personnel. The Chief
92Elevator Training 2003. Drum type. Elevator Inspector, Oregon Dept. of
Drum – Consists of a large drum in the Consumer and Business Services. 149.
machine room around which hoisting cables 150Elevator Training 2003. Thank you.
and counter weights ropes are wound. Not DRILL CODE: 20-07.ELEV. 150.
used in tall buildings because of the
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