Your ideal partner for studying, building and maintaining your lift


Our company undertakes :
• The installation of mechanical elevators – as the most suitable – for multi-storey buildings, high traffic and increased load carrying needs, from 2 stops to 15 stops and at speeds from 0.60 m / s to 2.00 m / s.
• The installation of Inverter VVVF mechanical elevators for perfect operational results.

Our company installs FAER & TOPGEARS mechanical elevators. The installation of mechanical elevators is in accordance with the European Standard EN 81-1. The materials used in the installation are among the best and safest in the Greek and International markets and bear the CE certification. (as defined by European Directive 95/16)


Our company, in cases where there is no room for the engine room of the lift in the building, installs the ELEVER-TRACTION MRL with all its mechanical parts located in the well, and the control panel is placed in a suitable position next to the door usually on the top floor. In these cases, gearless gears are used, but machines with a gearbox are also excluded when the dimensions of the shaft allow it. Excellent motion quality and stop precision, using state-of-the-art materials. High energy efficiency using VVVF inverters. No restrictions on the number of floors of a building.

Mechanical Elevator Advantages :
  • Variable frequency capability. (INVERTER)
  • High lifting capability.
  • Excellent functionality in high buildings.
  • Possibility of installing an extraction mechanism.
  • Suitable for buildings with great traffic.
  • Fast, quiet and safe transport in all conditions.
  • Precision of the lift-stops on each floor.
  • Energy savings due to low power consumption.
  • Low operating, maintenance and repair costs due to limited wear and tear.
  • Long lifespan of the elevator.
What is a Mechanical Elevator? :

The mechanical elevator is the oldest type of elevator. It consists of an electric motor, a gear reducer and a pulley suitably mounted to each other on a base. A rope system runs through the pulley, one end of which accommodates the passenger cabin and the other on the counterweight.

There are two categories of mechanical elevators, the one-speed single-speed and the two-speed double-axle. The single-lift lift moves constantly at a certain speed, making it a little steep, especially when it stops on the floor. It also presents problems of proper equalization of the cabin on the floor and is therefore not suitable for multi-storey buildings. The twin-lift lift starts at high speed and as it approaches the floor it is about to stop, it reduces speed until it is fully immobilized. With this system almost everything was solved, the problems of absolute leveling on the floor, especially for high-speed single-engine lifts.