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					 PERSONNEL AND MATERIAL
  RACK AND PINION HOIST
  MAX CLIMBER
    2000PMB

OPERATOR AND MAINTENANCE
        MANUAL




        rev 03-4-2009
MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB                PERSONNEL & MATERIAL HOIST




1. HOIST INTRODUCTION …………………………………………………….......           3
2. HOIST IDENTIFICATION……………………………………………………........         2
3. RANGE OF USES……………………………………………………..................      6
4. WARRANTEE………………………………………………………………............            8
5. HANDBOOK CONSULTING GUIDE ……………………………………...........      9
6. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION…………………………………………….............      9
7. TECHNICAL FEATURES…………………………………………………...........         12
8. ACCIDENT PREVENTION…………………………………………………….....             13
9. MAIN SAFETY DEVICES………………………………………………………....             14
10. HOIST TRANSPORTATION…………………………………………………....             14
11. PACKAGING ………………………………………………………………….…..                 15
12. INSTALLATION……………………………………………………………….….                 16
13. MAST ERECTION …………………………………………………....................   18
14. TEST BEFORE USE …………………………………………………………....              23
15. HOIST USAGE……………………………………………………………………                   23
16. HOIST CONTROLS……………………………………………………………...                24
17. INSPECTIONS AND WARNINGS BEFORE USE.………………………......     25
18. OPERATOR GUIDE……………………………………………………………...                25
19. STARTING………………………………………………………………………...                  25
20. OUT OF SERVICE………………….………………………………………….....             27
21. ADJUSTMENTS AND SETTINGS……………………………………………..             27
22. MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW.....………………………………………………..           28
23. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE…………………………………………………                30
24. EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE…………………………………………..             30
25. LUBRICANTS……………………………………………………………………..                  31
26. HOIST SCRAPPING……………………………………………………………...               32
27. DRAWINGS………………………………………………………………………..                   33
28. PHOTOS…………………………………………………………………………...                   39




1. HOIST INTRODUCTION
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       Personnel and material hoists are continuously proving their worth in the
renovation, restoration, new construction, and industrial market place. Their ability to
lift personnel and materials in a safe, efficient manner provides a capital resource for
any suited project.

This hoist is designed to quickly transport material and people to their designated
floor significantly reducing transportation time. This advantage relieves critical
resources such as cranes, forklifts, and manpower ultimately reducing project cost
and schedule.

The machinery is mainly composed of:

•    a base with adjustable jacks.
•    a base enclosure with access door (base enclosure can be dis-assembled).
•    a mast made of rack and pinion modular sections.
•    a cage with an access gate and a landing gate
•    a drive unit complete with safety devices
•    a set of landing gates (quantity as required)
•    wall-ties to connect the mast to a secure structure at 20' O.C. Max.

The strong, light mast supports the hoist to a maximum height of 492'. The mast
erection is possible from within the cage providing maximum safety.

The base enclosure, the cage, and the landing gates are all made from steel tubing
enclosed with a metal plate and wire mesh.

The base enclosure, car, and each landing floor are provided with doors having both
a mechanical and electrical control.

The car is hoisted by a self-braking motor. This motor is fitted with a pinion gear
that engages the rack on the mast.


Betamax, Inc. personnel and material hoist is provided with a patented mechanical
centrifugal emergency brake. This emergency brake is set to trip when the car
reaches its' normal speed plus 20%.




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The hoist can be controlled:
a) from the cage
b) from the base enclosure
c) from the landing gates (optional)




                                        !
                                   CAUTION!


All specifications and technical information supplied in this handbook are general
directions for the use and maintenance of the hoist. The MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB
personnel and material hoist must always be operated according to the rules and
regulations that govern in your local area..

The manufacturer is not responsible, in any case, where the user/operator/owner did
not observe the local codes and regulations.




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2. HOIST IDENTIFICATION

The equipment described in this handbook is identified by the following components
which must be referenced when requesting information or spare parts.

                    MANUFACTURER: __________________________




___________________________________________________________________

CUSTOMER: ______________________ City: ___________________________


MACHINE:               Personnel and Material Hoist
___________________________________________________________________

TYPE:                  MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB
___________________________________________________________________

MAX. CAPACITY:         O     800   Kg    max 8 people
                       O     1000 Kg     max 8 people
___________________________________________________________________

MAX. HEIGHT:           492 ft
___________________________________________________________________

POWER SUPPLY:       O 3 Phase 220 V or O Optional 3 Phase 480V


MANUFACTURING YEAR:
___________________________________________________________________

SERIAL NUMBER:
___________________________________________________________________

DELIVERY DATE:
___________________________________________________________________

GUARANTEE EXPIRATION (12 MONTHS):
___________________________________________________________________

AREA DISTRIBUTOR:
___________________________________________________________________

ASSISTANCE CENTER: Beta Max Hoist 800-233-5112
___________________________________________________________________


The following identification details are
printed on the plate set on the machine.
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                                                   TYPE:_______________________________
                                                   MANUFACTURING YEAR:_______________
                                                   SERIAL No.:__________________________
                                                   MAX.CAPACITY:_______________________
                                                   MAX. HEIGHT:________________________



Attention! Do not use the hoist if the above-mentioned plate is not attached to
the hoist.

3. RANGE OF USES

The MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB passenger hoist can lift people and goods up to a
max. capacity of 1760 lbs./800 kg (or max. 8 people) or 2000 lbs./1000 kg (or max
8 people) depending on the version of the machine.

Our equipment is meant for professional use only, by adult operators authorized by
the owner of the hoist. Operators must be trained and tested according to the rules
and instructions contained in this handbook.

The PMB passenger hoist can be used only after having carefully checked:

•    the proper electrical power is installed and connected by plug or direct wire.
•    the setting of the base on an adequately supported surface.
•    the correct installation of mast sections and wall-ties within specifications.
•    for proper operating safety devices and landing accesses.
•    the periodic drop test date to verify the emergency brake.
•    the wind speed, which must not exceed 45 mph (normal operation, 15mph for
     erection).
•    the acceptable working temperature between 5 and 120 deg F.




THE MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB PERSONNEL AND MATERIAL HOIST MUST NOT
BE USED IN THE FOLLOWING CASES


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Any improper usage of the MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB passenger hoist is absolutely
forbidden. The hoist must not be used for:

-    animals transportation
-    loose material transportation
-    operations in bad weather conditions (storms, wind, snow, ice, etc.)
-    operations with low visibility (fog, darkness, etc.)
-    erection when wind speed exceeds 25 mph
-    normal use when wind speed exceeds 45 mph
-    particularly harsh temperatures (lower than 5 degrees F) or in the presence of ice,
     which could impede the emergency brake ratchet gear.
-    operation at temperatures exceeding + 120 F
-    operations lacking all fully functional safety devices
-    operations if the scheduled maintenance has not been completed.
-    operations where supporting structure (e.g. building, scaffolding) and all tie
     connections are tight and secure (no deflecting walls or connections).
-    operations if the hoist has been tampered or altered in any way.
-    operations with non-Betamax spare parts.
-    operations in explosive environments.
-    operations during immersions in liquid substances.
-    operations in proximity of open flames.
-    operations without having previously checked that the wall, or any other
     supporting structure, is capable of bearing the Hoists' applied loads. (see pg. 38)
-    operations without having previously protected the area in proximity of the cars'
     travel in order to avoid collision with people or objects.




4. WARRANTEE


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Beta Max, Incorporated warrants all MAX CLIMBER RACK & PINION HOISTS to be free
from defects in material and workmanship under normal use and service provided it has been
maintained as specified in the owner’s manual.
Beta Max, Incorporated will provide to the original purchaser♣ a 12 month limited warranty
on all parts excluding those parts whose warranty schedule is listed below. Our obligation
under this warranty, as outlined below, is limited to repairing or replacing, at our discretion,
any part of the unit, which proves upon examination to be defective in material or
workmanship. The item is to be returned to Beta Max, Incorporated through an authorized
distributor. The warranty period below is from the date that the equipment is sold to the
original purchaser♣. All return shipments must be prepaid by the customer.

 Limited High Wear Items:                                                                            Warranty
 - Lights and service outlets
 - Drop down ramp sensor switches
 - Up-Limit & Down Limit Switches                                                                    90 Days
 - Landing and car door rollers & cable
 - All electrical components

 Extended Warranty Items                                                                             Warranty
 - Motor & Motor Brake Assembly                                                                      2 years
 - Transmission
 Base Frame & Mast                                                                                   5 Years

Any parts proven to be defective upon our inspection will be repaired or replaced at no cost.
The obligation under this warranty includes freight costs if determined the product failed
under normal usage within the above described time.
The manufacturer reserves the right to have the warranty serviced by the distributor from
whom the unit was purchased. The distributor will make arrangements with the factory for
repairs or replacement of parts within the terms of this warranty. Distributors must get a
return authorization number from Beta Max before any item is returned for repairs or
replacement.
Beta Max, Incorporated’s obligation is limited to replacing parts and does not include
replacing the complete unit. This warranty is void on any unit that has been modified or
tampered with, repaired by persons other than a factory representative or an authorized Beta
Max distributor, repaired with other than Beta Max standard parts, or damaged by reasons of
accident, alteration, misuse or abuse.
This warranty is in lieu of all other warranties, expressed or implied. We do not authorize any
person or representative to make any guarantee or to assume for us any liability in
connection with the sale
of our products other than those contained herein. Any agreement outside of or contradictory
to the foregoing shall be void and of no effect.

5. HANDBOOK CONSULTING GUIDE


The use and maintenance handbook is an integral part of the machinery.

♣   “Original Purchaser” definition: for rental machines: Dealer, for resale machines: First user.


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Before erecting or using the hoist, the operator must carefully read the manual,
paying close attention to all safety rules and instructions.

This manual, or a copy of it, must always be kept at the jobsite, The Manual
must be continuously available to the operator, inspector, and safety
personnel.

Due to continuous improvements, the supplied hoist might have different technical
features than those described in this handbook. Should there be discrepancies in the
contents of the handbook, immediately ask for supplementary technical information.


6. TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION - REFERENCE PAGES 34 - 35

The MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB personnel and material hoist has been designed and
manufactured to lift personnel and materials up to a maximum height of 492'. The
2000PMB is rated for two different capacities dependant on which version you utilize.
The hoist is either rated at 1700 pounds (800 kg) or 2000 pounds (1000 kg). The Car
uses an electric motor that turns a pinion gear along a rack section. This rack and
pinion system propels the car up and down the mast. The mast must be anchored to
a wall or any other supporting structure in order to function properly.

 It is mandatory to set the first wall-tie at approx. 10' from the ground (pg 34-35), the
second at 20' from the ground and 20' max. thereafter.

The base (2) is made of a welded tube steel frame and 5 jacks (1) which are installed
to level the hoist prior to erection.

Each mast section (7) is 5 ft. long and constructed of hollow steel sections. The
mast sections also carry the rack that engages the pinion gear on the car. Mast
sections must be anchored every 20' (maximum) with adequate wall-ties (18).

The car (22) is constructed using welded tube steel finished with wire mesh and
metal plate. Two gates located on either end of the car provide entry and exit (24-
26). The car floor as well as the erection platform (21) are fabricated using anti-skid
aluminium plate.

The base enclosure (3 - 8 - 9 -10) protects the hoist at the ground level. An
entry/exit door is fabricated in the base enclosure providing access to the Car. As a
safety measure this door can only be opened when the car is located at ground level.

Landing Gates (23) are required at every landing. The gate is locked by the hoist
operator (from the outside) or by electro mechanical door sensing switches so that
access is only provided when the car is at its respective landing.


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The driving unit (11) is composed of a steel frame, guide rollers, a motor and an
emergency brake. The car is attached to the drive unit and the drive unit is attached
to the mast. The drive unit propels the car up the mast driven by an electrical self-
breaking motor (12).

The emergency brake (14) engages a ratchet gear which applies the brake when
the car exceeds a speed 20% higher than normal. When the emergency brake is
engaged, the brake and a limit switch prevents any further descent of the hoist. The
emergency brake resets itself when the car moves upward by the motor. Note that if
the emergency brake engages in a situation other than the test configuration (motor
brake disengaged), it is likely that there is a serious mechanical problem with the
hoist and it should not be moved. The motor brake has malfunctioned if the
emergency brake deployed.

A power supply and control cable provide the drive motor with power and signal to
operate the hoist. To prevent cable interference with the machine cable-guides (17)
must be installed every 30' (20' in windy areas). The cable is coiled within a cable
drum set at the base (16).

An erector platform (15) is provided off the back of the car to facilitate the
attachment of the wall ties. This platform is opened and closed from inside the car
and provides a solid working surface for the erector. Note: 100% tie off is mandatory
when erecting the hoist.

Up and down controls are set:
- on the control panel set in the car (pg 39 photo A - #11)
- on the control panel set outside the base enclosure (pg 47 photo M - #3 & #4)
- on the push-button panel set at the landings (optional. pg 53 photo U - #1).

A light has been installed in the car for low light conditions. The light can be turned
on/off by the switch located on the control panel inside the car (pg 39 photo A - #3)




Parts description (see pages 34-36)

1. Jacks.
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2. Base chassis.
3. Base enclosure access side.
4. Base enclosure sliding gate.
5. Base enclosure electric board.
6. Instruction plate.
7. Mast.
8. Base enclosure left side.
9. Base enclosure wall side.
10. Base enclosure right side.
11. Lifting unit.
12. Self-braking motor.
13. Lifting unit electric board.
14. Brake.
15. Erector platform.
16. Cable drum.
17. Cable-guides.
18. Adjustable oblique wall-tie.
19. Intermediate limit switch cam.
20. Adjustable perpendicular wall-tie.
21. Access car door.
22. Car.
23. Landing door.
24. Car landing door.
25. Top limit switch cam.
26. Bottom limit switch cam.




7. TECHNICAL FEATURES

Car payload
(evenly spread load) or max 8 persons           2000# / 1760#

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Mast max height                                           492 ft

Lifting speed                                             82 fpm

Mast section height                                       5 ft

Mast section weight                                       94 #

First wall-tie from ground at                             10 ft

Second wall-tie from ground at                            20 ft

Max tie spacing                                           20 ft

Cage width inside                                         3.44 ft

Cage length inside                                        6.56 ft

Basic hoist weight                                        2755 #

Height loading platform from ground (lowest position)     1.5 ft

Standard power supply                         3 PH 220 or 3 PH 480

Low voltage controls                                      24 V

Electric gear motor power                                 5.5 Kw

Max absorption: 400 V- 50 Hz threephase                   12 A
                240 V- 50 Hz threephase                   20 A

Rack section tooth                                        7M         7M

Lifting pinions toothing                                  20 teeth   20 teeth

Emergency brake pinion toothing                           13 teeth   13 teeth

External diameter of main guide rollers                   79 mm      79 mm




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8. ACCIDENT PREVENTION

The MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB passenger hoist has been designed and
manufactured to meet national hoist standards.

The operator must comply with all safety rules to assure the safety of himself,
his passengers, and others on the jobsite.

The usage of this equipment is subject to the following safety rules:

•   The base must be set on an adequate surface. Concrete or cribbing.
•   Prevent the entry of people and animals through space at the bottom of the base
    enclosure.
•   The area around the base enclosure must be properly posted for any dangers,
    warnings, and cautions.
•   Operators must wear a hard hat, eye protection, gloves, and steel toed boots as a
    minimum. Consult OSHA and job site safety regulations for any other
    requirements.
•   The control box at the base enclosure is equipped with a shut off switch and an
    emergency stop.
•   Properly grounded unit and frame.
•   Verify that the supporting structure is adequate for the loads of the hoist. (loads on
    page 38).
•   Verify that all connections and supporting structure are rigid as the hoist travels up
    and down.
•   Fully installed landing gates and any other required railing or separation from
    moving car.
•   100% tie off via an approved safety harness during erection.
•   Hoist erection is limited to a wind speed of 25 mph or less. Park car at base.
•   Normal hoist usage is limited to a wind speed of 45 mph or less. Park car at base.
•   Protect the area near the hoist during installation, normal operation, and
    dismantle. These areas should be properly posted with warnings, cautions, and
    dangers.




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9. MAIN SAFETY DEVICES

The MAX CLIMBER 2000PMB hoist is equipped with the following safety devices:

•   Down limit switch (pg 40 photo C - #3)
•   Up limit switch (pg 40 photo C - #1)
•   Limit switch sensing the electric cable tension (pg 42 photo F - #1)
•   Limit switch sensing the presence of the mast (pg 42 photo F - #2)
•   Limit switch sensing the erector platform. (pg 41 photo E - #1)
•   Limit switch sensing the car door closing (pg 41 photo D - #1)
•   Simultaneous closing of the base enclosure door and of the car door, with
    mechanical safety device
•   Limit switch sensing the car door closing on the landing side (pg 42 photo G - #1)
•   Mechanical control to check the closing of the car door, on the landing side (pg 51
    photo Q - #1))
•   Limit switch sensing the engagement of the emergency brake
•   Limit switch sensing the landing stop (pg 40 photo C - #4)
•   Limit switch sensing the landing door (pg 41 photo D - #1) (optional)
•   Landing gate mechanical control (pg 53 photo U - #2)
•   Base spring buffers.
•   Self-braking motor (pg 42 photo F - #3)
•   Parachute type emergency brake (pg 43 photo H - #1)
•   Lockable car roof with closed position sensor (pg 44 photo J - #1).
•   Switch in side car to lock out ground and optional landing controls. (pg 39 photo A
    - #2).
•   Motor brake release handle to lower the hoist in the event of power failure (pg 40
    photo B - #1)


10. HOIST TRANSPORTATION

The machine is usually shipped with the first mast section, the car, and the base
enclosure assembled, while the other mast sections and the wall-ties are packaged
as separate items. The items can be handled by a forklift with a minimum capacity of
4,000 pounds.

If items are off-loaded with a crane, connect the supplied lifting strut (pg 45 photo K
#1) to the mast (Note the installation of one section of mast may be required to
extend past the top of the car prior to installing the lifting eye to the mast) .




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11. PACKAGING

Prior to receiving the hoist inspect it to assure it was not damaged during
shipment. Immediately contact your distributor to report any damage.

The hoist is strapped and packaged to ensure there is no damage during shipment.
Many components are shipped within the car which also provides security for loose
parts. All electrical parts are packaged in safety wrap. After unpacking all the
components of the hoist check them against the packaging list.

Note: The hoist car doors are mechanically locked by a magnetic switch. The
easiest way to open a car door is to pull out on the gold/yellow colored metal
rectangle (runs vertical) at the bottom of the door. This may be difficult to
reach if the car is shipped in it lowest position with the base enclosure
installed.

If there are any discrepancies with your order immediately contact your reseller or the
manufacturer before continuing.




                                   CONTINUED




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12. INSTALLATION

The hoist must be installed by qualified personnel properly trained in the erection of
Hoists.

All hoists require adequate base support. For most conditions an 8" thick slab (3000
psi) with a rebar mat consisting of #5 @ 6" both ways is adequate. Install the slab on
stabilized compacted sub-grade. The dimensions of the slab are depicted in sketch
below.




 Mast Height (ft)     Hoist Weight (lbs)      Capacity (lbs)      Overall Load (lbs)
       5                    2755                 2000                   4755
       80                   4464                 2000                   6464
      164                   6283                 2000                   8283
      246                   8100                 2000                  11000
      328                   9920                 2000                  11920




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After the slab has cured continue on with the following instructions.

•   Locate the hoist, as shown on page 16.
•   Make sure the gap from the wall or scaffolding is roughly 4 _" allowing for the
    landing gate installation.
•   Verify the mast is plumb using a manual or laser level. Make the necessary
    adjustments by turning the four corner jacks (pg 34 - #1). After levelling the mast
    tighten the lock nuts on each of the four corner jacks. Finally, screw the center
    jack to the ground and tighten its lock nut.
•   Insert blocks under the base members in order to distribute the load from the
    jacks.
•   Enclose the gap between the ground and base enclosure so people and animals
    do not have access.
•   Make sure the bolts at the mast base (pg 44)) are tightened to their specified
    torque (150 ft lbs).
•   Check the car and base enclosure door to verify proper operation.

Before connecting the hoist to an electrical line make sure that :

•   the unit is properly grounded and the main power switch (outside of base
    enclosure) is off.
•   the power supply matches that of the hoist (220V or Optional 480V).
•   the power supply cord is the proper size to handle the volt and amp requirements.
•   the panel supplying power to the unit is properly grounded.

Plug the outside control panel to the power supply (pg 47).
Close all doors and Test the hoists movement up and down. If the hoist does not
move it is likely that the phases are backwards in which case the yellow light (pg 39
photo A - #5) on the in car control box will illuminate. Simply turn the large black
switch on the car control box (pg 39 photo A - #1) 180 degrees correcting the
phasing. Within approximately 10 seconds the yellow light will shut off indicating the
correct phasing.

Check the "No mast sensor" (pg 42 photo F - #2) located on the left side of the
carriage by moving the car upward. Once the sensor is past the first section of mast
the car should stop verifying this sensors operation. Be extremely careful not to
run the carriage off the mast in the event the sensor is not working, damaged,
or missing.



The lift is now ready for the mast sections assembly.




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13. ERECTION

Once the base unit and all the above operations and cautions are completed, you
can now start to install masts. Two erectors are permitted in the car during the
erection phase and each must be 100% tied off, wearing a hard hat, safety glasses,
and steel toed shoes.

Make sure that the installation procedure previously described has been carefully
followed.


                                      !
                                CAUTION!

The unit comes with two emergency stop buttons, one on the control pendant
mounted in the car, and one on the outside control box attached to the base
enclosure. All erectors and operators of the hoist should know where these
buttons are at all times.



                                      !
                                CAUTION!

Two erectors are permitted in the car during the erection phase and each must
be 100% tied off, outfitted with a hard hat, safety glasses, steel toed shoes,
and gloves.

Each erector should double check to make sure that each mast bolt is tight
(150 ft lbs) and that there is no mast tie required prior to any upward movement
of the car.

Be sure that any connections to a building, scaffold, or any other adequate structure
is verified to withstand the load applied by the hoist. See page 38 for configurations
and loads. Remove the car panel in front of the in car control panel (4 bolts)

   1) Turn the ground control over-ride switch on the in car control panel to the off
      position (pg 39 photo A - #2) so the hoist can only be controlled from the cars
      pendant.

   2) Remove the upper mast guard panel directly in front of the mast from inside the
      car. (normally 4 bolts)



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  3) There is a starter mast that is installed on top of the first section of mast
     carrying the carriage. The starter mast is usually marked with a piece of tape
     that matches a piece of tape on the first section of mast. Install this section as
     outlined in number 6 below.


                                      !
                                CAUTION.

  4) The safe loading of the car for erecting includes two erectors, 4 sections
     of mast and one mast tie. Once loaded proceed to the next step. Note
     this is the safe capacity of the car each time a trip is made for materials.

  5) There must be a mast tie installed at 10', 20' and every consecutive 20'
     thereafter. These are maximums and any configuration shorter than
     those listed are acceptable to accommodate building or structure
     configurations.

  6) To install a mast section perform the following:
        a) Proceed to a level to install the next section of mast. Push the
              emergency stop button.
        b) Verify that both erectors are tied off.
        c) Open the roof access door by unlocking it (dead bolt left side top) (p. 59
              photo L, pos 1).
        d) Tie off the mast section to be erected.
        e) Lift Mast into place.
        f) Install bolts pointing upwards with the nut on top.(bolt-washer-mast-
              washer-nut). Tighten all bolts to 150 ft lbs.
        g) Remove tie off to mast.
        h) Determined if mast tie is required. (max. four sections of mast)
        i) Close roof access door (car will not move unless closed).
        j) Reset the emergency stop button
        k) Repeat steps "A" through "K" above.

  Note: the red section of mast is installed at the top.

  7) Mast ties are installed at the mast and then bolted to the building. Be sure to
     back out the bolt on the mast tie to wedge the mast tie into place against the
     mast. (tighten the lock nut). This stabilizes the mast. After the mast and wall
     connections are complete, plumb the mast while tightening the pipe clamps on
     the tie members.




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   8) Installing the landing doors.

Be extremely careful, because in doing this the mechanic safety device of the
cage gate is disabled.

   • Attach the door support frame (pg 51 photo Q - #3) to the inside of the car by
     its screws and pins (pg 51 photo Q - #2)
   • Attach the landing door to the support frame and take it up to the highest
     landing without a landing door.
   • Attach the landing door to the wall or scaffold by clamp and/or expansion
     anchor.
   • Number the landing gates so the operator can identify floors.
   • Verify that there are no obstructions hindering the landing door operation.
   • Verify that there are no obstructions that block the cars vertical movement.
   • Close the roof access door and lock it by its dead bolt. (pg. 44 photo J - #1)
   • Make sure the area adjacent to the landing door cannot access the travel of
     car with in 4'
   • Install the metal mast protection plates (removed for installation)
   • OPTIONAL - Install the signal cords that travel between landings to the base
     enclosure electrical panel.
   • OPTIONAL - Check the installation of the controls by using each call box and
     control button.

   9) Every 30 ft (20 ft in windy areas) install a cable-guide to the back of the mast
      (pg 55 photo W - #2).

   10) Install all limit skates to the mast so they meet their respective cams at the
     ground level and each of the landings.
         • Down limit
         • Landing floors limit (each floor)
         • Top limit

   11) Build stairs and platform to meet the level of the car at ground level. (not
       supplied by Betamax Hoist, Inc.)


                                      !
                                 CAUTION!

The continuous attention to all mast, wall tie, and clamp connections are
critical to installing a safe stable hoist.




                                      !
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                                    CAUTION!

A photocell switch located on the drive unit stops the hoist when it does not
detect mast . In this stopped condition the only way the hoist will travel is
down.


                                         !
                                    CAUTION!

All safety devices (limit switches) automatically stop hoist movement. If the
hoist does not move check all doors and hatches to assure they are closed
properly and that they are engaging their respective cams.


                                         !
                                CAUTION!

Failure to correctly install all wall tie and mast connections can lead to the
falling of the mast and other serious accidents.


                                         !
                                CAUTION!

                         EMERGENCY BRAKE TESTS!

The hoist has to be tested by trained personnel prior approving it for normal
operation and every month thereafter.

To test the hoist make sure that:

•   the machine is firmly anchored
•   the area under the cage is completely clear
•   the machine is unloaded.

To simulate the operation of the emergency brake, the motor brake must be
deactivated. This will allow the cage to increase its speed until tripping the
emergency brake. This operation must be performed only by authorized personnel.



The drop test procedure is as follows:

•   Remove the lower mast guard plate inside the car.
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•  Turn the ground control switch (pg 39 photo A - #2) to the on position. This will
   allow the car to be controlled from the control panel attached to the base
   enclosure.
• Connect the test pendant to the matching plug of the base enclosure control
   panel(pg 46 photo L - #1).
• Lift the car up 12 ft from the ground using the test pendant.
• Move away from the base enclosure and push the test button.
• The car will release and the emergency brake will engage stopping the hoist.
• If the cage does not stop, immediately release the test button.
• Contact the manufacturer or an authorized distributor immediately if the
   emergency brake does not engage.
• In order to release the emergency break the car must travel upward. No further
   downward motions will occur without releasing the brake.
• If the brake engages, load the car with 2000 pounds and retest with this rated
   load.
 • Remove the test pendant control, turn the ground control switch to the OFF
    position (pg 39 photo A - #2), and re-install the lower mast protection plate.

If the emergency brake does not engage, engages too slow, or does not entirely stop
the car call Betamax hoist, Inc (800) 233-5112 to arrange for service.


                                  !
                              CAUTION!

NEVER LEAVE THE TEST PENDANT CONTROL CONNECTED


                                   !
                             CAUTION!
                          MANUAL DESCENT

When there is a loss of power the car will stop automatically and be held by the
motor brake located on the motor (pg 40 photo B - #1). Releasing the motor
brake lowers the car without power. Care should be taken to lower the car at a
very slow rate.




                                       !
                                CAUTION !
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Note: If the emergency brake (not motor brake) stopped the car in an power
loss scenario there would be no way to release the emergency brake. Power
must be added to raise the car disengaging the emergency brake.

At the end of the manual descent, set the lever back to its original position. Never
leave the lever installed in the motor during the normal operation.

Disassembly - to disassemble the mast reverse the erection procedure.


14. TEST BEFORE USE

Prior to using the hoist the following items should be checked.
•   All safety devices.
•   The vertical assembly of the mast.
•   Verify all connections are secure.
•   The closing and locking of every landing door.
•   Any possible interference with the car, i.e. obstacles along its travel.
After all items are checked it is advised that the operator check off and sign a report
verifying these items have been checked.



15. HOIST USAGE

The usage of the personnel and material hoist should only occur after having
carefully read this instruction manual.       If there is any doubt you do not fully
understand the operation of the hoist or its components please contact your
Distributor or Betamax Hoist, Inc. at (800) 233-5112.




16. HOIST CONTROLS



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During normal operation, the 2000PMB personnel and material hoist can be
controlled through:

a) a control pendant mounted inside the car (pg 39 photo A - #11),
b) a control panel set outside the base enclosure (pg 47 photo M - #3 & #4)
c) by push-button panels on landing gates (OPTIONAL. pg 53 photo U - #1).

The control panel inside the car has the following functions (see page 39):

   -   “DISABLE EXTERNAL CONTROLS” selector (pg 39 photo A - #2)
   -   Car light switch (photo A - #3)
   -   Main switch and phase inverter (photo A - #1)
             o Up (vertical) position is off cutting power to the box
             o Right is normal phase (if yellow light is on turn to left position)
             o Left is reversed phase (if yellow light is on turn to right position)
             o Note that the yellow warning light may take up to 10 seconds to
                 show a change in phase.
   -   Power on light indicator (White, photo A - #4)
   -   Reverse phase indicator light (Yellow, photo A - #5)
   -   Motor malfunction indicator light (Red, photo A - #6)

The control pendant inside the car has the following functions (see page 39):
   -   “STOP AT LANDING” button - Green (photo A - #9) stops at next landing.
   -   Emergency “STOP” button - Red (photo A - #8). Stops the hoist.
   -   “UP” and “DOWN” knob (photo A - #11)

The control panel set outside the base enclosure, has the following functions (pg 47
photo M)
   -   “UP” button ( #3).
   -   “DOWN” button (#4).
   -   Emergency “STOP” button (#5).
   -   “STOP AT LANDING” button (#6).
   -   Power disconnect (#2)
   -   White button (not used)




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17. INSPECTIONS AND WARNINGS BEFORE USE

Before using this personnel hoist, make sure that:

•   all safety devices are working correctly (try to activate and deactivate all switches,
    checking the correct interruption of each).
•   the working area is properly posted.
•   each landing door is locked.
•   the concrete pad and all the hoist support points are secure with no damage.
•   the mast is anchored to the wall every 20 ft (first wall-tie at 10 ft from the ground)
•   the hoist has not been tampered in any way
•   the electric connections are all secure with no sign of wear.
•   the weather, lighting, and visibility conditions are within limits.
•   the power supply cable wraps neatly in and out of the barrel.
•   the cable is placed and removed inside the cable guides as the hoist moves up
    and down.


18. OPERATOR GUIDE

While the lift is in use the operator must always:

•   be authorized, in advance, to use the machine. He is responsible for keeping all
    material and personnel safe.
•   have an unobstructed view outside the car.
•   carry communication on hoists over 50'. Preferably a radio
•   loads and unloads the hoist correctly with all loads contained within the car.
•   Always wear a hard hat, safety glasses, steel toed shoes, and gloves.
•   Always keep safety harnesses in the car.

19. STARTING

To set the machine in motion:

•   Verify shut off switch at the power supply (building) is switched on.
•   Turn on the main switch located on the base enclosure (pg 47 photo M - #2)
•   Verify the main switch located on the electric panel inside the car is switched on
    and the yellow light is off. (pg 39 photo A)
• Move the joystick (pg 39 photo A - #11) up to verify the cars operation, stop about
    6' (Note only 1' the first time the unit has been serviced in any way) high.
    When releasing the joystick the car should stop suddenly.
• Lower the car to ground level.

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• Repeat this operation three times noting
     - Identical starts and stops
     - Lift completely stops upon release of the joystick
     - The cable running through the cable ties winds neatly into the cable barrel. (pg
          55 photo W - #1)


THE LIFT DOES NOT MOVE IF:

-     there is no power to the unit
-     either emergency button is pressed.
-     the erector platform door is open.
-     the emergency brake has been activated.
-     any gate is open.
-     the phases are inverted.

Load the lift making sure that:
• Only permissible personnel and material are carried as outlined in this manual.
• the load is evenly placed on the lift platform (max. 2000 lbs)
• the load is properly secured (no loose materials or un-blocked roll carts)

After loading, close the car door together with the outer door.


                                          !
                                    CAUTION !

In case of emergency, press the red STOP button which can be found:
      -     on the control pendant in the car.
      -     on the control panel located on the base enclosure
      -     on the push-button panel set at the landing gates (optional).


If these methods do not turn off the unit the power switch on the in car control
panel and the base enclosure control box will also remove power.


Note: The car doors at either end of the unit will only open when they arrive at their
respective landings. The landing door will only open at a landing and the ground
door will only open while at the ground.

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20. OUT OF SERVICE

If the machine is not working or is taken out of service for any reason the following
procedure should be followed.

•   lower the hoist cage till 3 ft from the ground;
•   Turn the power switch in the car to the off position "0"
•   Turn the main power off at the power supply (building or pole)
•   Disconnect the power supply leads to the base enclosure control box. Close the
    cap(s) on ends with caps and tape the remaining ends.
•   Remove and store the base enclosure electric panel (pg 46 photo L - #1) away
    from the unit and general access.

21. ADJUSTMENTS AND SETTINGS

After extended use the motor brake pad will wear and require replacement. The car
not coming to an abrupt stop or slipping is an indication of a worn brake pad. When
this occurs the hoist must be taken out of service unit a new brake pad is installed.
Changing of the brake pad must only be performed by an authorized
technician.
To change the brake pad:
•   Lower the lift to the ground floor
•   Disconnect the electric line running to the base
    enclosure control box.
•   Remove the brake lever (12), the rear motor
    shroud (16), the cooling fan (14), the brake cover
    screws (13), the brake unit (11-15-17), remove
    the worn-out disk (19).
•   Carefully clean all parts and motor assembly.
•   Insert the new brake pad and re-assemble the
    motor.
•   Re-connect the power and follow the
    "STARTING" instruction above first with no load,
    then with 900 lbs. and then with the full load of
    2000lbs. Note only travel the hoist 1' high the
    first time the unit is put back in use from any
    service).
•   See Chapter 25. EXTRAORDINARY
    MAINTENANCE to adjust the emergency
    brake.



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                                     !
                                 CAUTION!

Test run the hoist prior to returning it to service from any repair. Follow the
"STARTING" instructions above, first with no load, then with 900 lbs, then with
the full load of 2000 lbs. Note only travel the hoist 1' high the first time the unit
is test run. All test runs should be performed by properly trained and
authorized personnel.


22. MAINTENANCE OVERVIEW

The Max Climber 2000PMB has been designed and manufactured to perform with
minimal regular maintenance. Normal use and regular required maintenance will
provide a dependable, safe hoist. Properly maintained hoists will experience less
down time and fewer major component repairs.


                                     !
                               CAUTION!

Prior to entering the base enclosure for maintenance disconnect the power
supply to the unit. When performing aerial inspections and maintenance
always push the emergency stop button. Failure to remove power during in
these portions of the maintenance can lead to serious injury or death.


                                     !
                            CAUTION!
Any outside aerial inspections or maintenance requires 100% tie off via a
safety harness.


                                     !
                              CAUTION!
Prior to maintaining the hoist post an "Out of service for maintenance" sign
outside each entry door (landing and ground).

Only qualified and authorized technicians are allowed to perform maintenance,
adjustments and repairs. Make a copy or use this sheet to track any
maintenance on the machine. File the maintenance record in a safe office.

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                        MAINTENANCE RECORD


                                                  OPERATOR’S
POS.   DATE         DESCRIPTION OF WORK                        RESULTS
                                                  SIGNATURE
 1
 2
 3
 4
 5
 6
 7
 8
 9
 10
 11
 12
 13
 14
 15
 16
 17
 18
 19
 20
 21
 22
 23
 24
 25
 26
 27
 28
 29
 30
 31
 32
 33
 34
 35

23. SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE


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At least once a week (40 hrs), and after bad weather check;

•   All electrical and mechanical safety switches including the emergency stops.
•   Mast bolts
•   All wall tie bolt and nut connections including clamps and expansion anchors.

Every two weeks (or 80 hrs)

•   Check drive unit bolts and nuts
•   Check the mast for any bent or damage sections.
•   Check to assure the mast is plumb
•   Check that there are no settling or damage to any support structure including the
    base slab.
•   Check the guide rollers, pinion gears, and rack for wear. No loose or worn parts!
    The pinion should fully engage the rack continuously from bottom to top.
•   Check for any unusual noises
•   Check the lubrication level in the gear box
•   Check the proper operation of the motor brake;
•   Check the proper operation of the emergency brake. Oil ratchet arm with light
    graphite grease or a low temperature grease. Oil through hole on top of ratchet
    arm and ratchet arm shaft.
•   Check the condition of the supply and control cable
•   Check the landing door(s) connection cables (connection cables are an option)
•   Oil all upper door release mechanisms.
•   Check the grease along the rack. Apply grease as required.
•   Check the general cleanliness of the machine, removing debris or grease from the
    car and the car floor. Inspect and clean door/landing tracks top and bottom.

24. EXTRAORDINARY MAINTENANCE
Properly trained and authorized personnel should perform a motor brake and
emergency brake tested once a month. These systems should operate exceptionally
as they are critical to the hoists' emergency functions. Any failure to immediately
stop or any sliding after the stop warrants an out of service condition and further
maintenance.



                                      !
                                 CAUTION!

Any Maintenance to the machines driving unit should be completed with the
power switched off, the electrical power supply unplugged, and "Out of
service" signs posted at all ground and landing doors.
Gear Box:


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•    Make all gear oil changes after using the hoist, while the oil is still warm.
•    Make the first gear oil change after 100 hours.
•    Then change gear oil every 2,000 hours thereafter or once a year (whichever
     comes first).
•    Empty and fill the oil reservoir through its caps.
•    Clean the caps prior to reinstalling them.

Gear Motor Brake Adjustment: (factory service required)

Emergency Brake (parachute):

The only standard brake maintenance
that can be completed is lubrication
through #5. All other brake adjustments
are to be completed by an authorized
factory technician.

FACTORY SERVICE

Any additional repairs outside those
mentioned in this manual should be
performed by an on site service
representative. For North and Central
America call:

BETA MAX HOIST
1895 ROBERT J CONLAN BLVD
PALM BAY FLORIDA 32905
800-233-5112
www.betamaxhoist.com


    25. LUBRICANTS

The hoist is manufactured with primarily sealed, waterproof bearings requiring no
maintenance. Below is a list of components requiring lubrication.




Gear motor.         Use only the specified lubricants below with respect to the
                    temperature.
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Temperature from – 5 f to 120 f           Temperature from – 5 f to 40 f
Lubricant ISO 3448 VG 150-220            Lubricant ISO 3448 VG 100

AGIP               BLASIA S 220                     BLASIA 100
ARAL               DEGOL GS 220                     DEGOL BG 100
BP MACH            SGR XP 220                       GR XP 100
CASTROL            ALPHA SN 6                       ALPHA SP 100
ELF                ORITIS 125 MS                    REDUCTELF SP 100
ELF                SYNTERMA P 30                          -
ESSO               COMPRESSOR OIL LG 150            SPARTAN EP 100
I.P.               TELESIA OIL 150                  MELLANA 100
MOBIL              GLYGOYLE 22                            -
MOBIL              GLYGOYLE 30                            -
MOBIL              SHC 630                                -
SHELL                  -                            OMALA OIL 100
TOTAL                  -                            CARTER EP 100 N.

Check the oil in the gear box monthly. Any indication of leakage should be repaired
prior to putting the hoist back into service.

Rack.              Regularly lubricate the pinion and rack with graphite grease to
             prevent any dry running of these two parts.

Emergency brake ratchet arm. Oil with light graphite oil or low temperature grease.


26. HOIST SCRAPPING

   When the hoist is too worn and degrade to be repaired, properly dispose of the
   hoist in the most environmentally safe manner. e.g. remove oils and motors,
   bring steel to scrap yard.




                                  CONTINUED




27. DRAWINGS


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•   Listed below is a Key defining the different hoist components in the following
    pages.

Key:

1. Jacks
2. Base chassis.
3. Base enclosure access side
4. Base enclosure sliding gate
5. Base enclosure electric board
6. Instructions table
7. Mast
8. Base enclosure left side
9. Base enclosure wall side
10. Base enclosure right side
11. Lifting unit.
12. Self-braking motor.
13. In car electric panel.
14. Brake.
15. Erector platform.
16. Cable drum.
17. Cable-guide.
18. Adjustable angled wall-tie.
19. Intermediate limit switch cam.
20. Adjustable perpendicular wall-tie.
21. Car access door.
22. Car.
23. Landing gate.
24. Car landing door.
25. Top limit switch cam.
26. Bottom limit switch cam.




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           d1                 d2                              d3                     d4
    Min.        Max.   Min.        Max.
                                                              49"                    31"
     49"        55"    39"         39"


                                          WALL TIE                     N = +/- 2203 lbs.
                                          REACTIONS                    T = +/- 1,600 lbs.


                                                 d1                     d2
                                          Min.        Max.      Min.         Max.

                                          49"         55        49"          55"




                                                WALL TIE                     N = +/- 2,865 lbs.
                                                REACTIONS                    T = +/- 1,322 lbs.

                                                        d1                          d2
                                                 Min.        Max.         Min.           Max.
                                             92-1/2"         98-1/2"         53"           59"




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 28. PHOTOS

 Photo A - In car control box and pendant
#1 - POWER SWITCH                           #2 - BASE CONTROL
PHASE INVERTER                                             #3 - LIGHT




                                                                          #6 - MOTOR
                                                                          MALF.




                                                                            #7 - BOX




      #4 - POWER                                                #5 - PHASE
       ON LIGHT                                                 INDICATOR

                                                #8 - EMERGENCY STOP
                                                BOTTOM
                                               #9 - STOP AT NEXT
                                               LANDING BUTTON
              #10 - NOT USED

                                               #11 - JOYSTICK




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         Photo B - Motor brake release handle




                                                   #1 - MOTOR BRAKE HANDLE
         Photo C - Limit switches (mast)                    #4 - LANDING
                                                            SENSOR SWITCH
    #1 - UP LIMIT
    SWITCH




#2 - OVER-
TRAVEL SWITCH




   #3 - DOWN
   LIMIT
   SWITCH




                                     Photo D - Door sensor
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         #1 - DOOR SENSOR




   Photo E - Erection platform (up)




                                      #1 - ERECTION PLATFORM SENSOR




   Photo F - Drive unit
                                                 #1 = CABLE TENSION
                                                 SENSOR SWITCH
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                                                           #2 - MAST
                                                           SENSOR




           #3 DRIVE MOTOR


   Photo G - Landing door bracket
                                           #2 - LOCKOUT
               #1 - DOOR SENSOR




                                  Photo H - Drive Unit

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          #2 - DRIVE
          MOTOR




     #1 - EMERGENCY
     BRAKE




   Photo I - Base (car raised)

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                                                         #2 - CABLE
                                                         BARREL




#1 - BASE
FEET




     Photo J - Top hatch dead bolt


                                                         #1 - DEAD BOLT




     Photo K - LIFTING STRUT BOLTED TO MAST

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   Photo L - BASE ENCLOSURE




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                                                                 #1 - BASE
                                                                 ENCLOSUR
                                                                 E CONTROL
                                                                 BOX.




Photo M - Base enclosure control panel


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                                       #2 - POWER
                                                              #1 - BASE ENCLOSURE
                                       SWITCH
                                                              CONTROL BOX




   #3 - UP




                                                                    #6 - FLOOR
                                                                    BYPASS



#4 -DOWN


                                                                    #5 - EMERGENCY
                                                                    STOP




             Photo N - External control box (optional pendant)

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   Photo O - Placing a mast section




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   Photo P - Top of car with roof access open




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   Photo Q - Car door lockout disengaged

                                                  #1 - CAR DOOR
                                                  SAFELTY LOCKOUT
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    Photo R - Inside car with landing door bracket
                       #2 PINS             #3 - BRACKET    #3 - LAND DOOR




    Photo S - Car with landing door attached
                                               #1 - LANDING ATTACHMENT
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   Photo T - Car with landing door attached (100% tie off)




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    Photo U - Landing door
                                          #2 - LANDING DOOR
                                          MECHANICAL CONTROL




                                            #1 - OPTIONAL
                                            CALL BUTTONS




                                            ‘1




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Photo V - Erection platform




                                                  #1 ERECTION
                                                  PLATFORM




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   Photo W - Cable guides


                          #1 - CABLE
                                              #2 CABLE GUIDE




                                          #3 - CABLE BARREL




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