Our Company offers a wide range of elevator services including:
||Hydraulic & Traction Elevators
- Jack Replacements
- Annual Inspections
- New Installations
- Wheel Chair Lifts
- Residential Stair Lifts
- Residential Elevators
- Elevator Demolishing
- Free Estimates
- 24 hour service and repair
Our contracts provide you with a highly trained and experienced technician who will routinely inspect, clean, lubricate and adjust all relevant components to prevent your equipment performance being compromised.
The average elevator modernization reduces energy consumption by 72%.
This will allow even your older building to have a competitive edge with modern condominiums; increasing its value.
Did you know that elevators with old motor generator technology consume over 40,000 KWh of electricity annually? If you take all motorized generator sets installed and operating in the U.S., thatís enough electricity to power over 800,000 homes annually. By modernizing these older, less efficient elevators with Atlantic Coast Elevator Systems & Lifts, the average elevator energy usage would drop by 72%.
Custom installations and services:
We install both standard and custom-engineered elevators in new or existing buildings.
Both wet and dry units are provided with rust-inhibiting paint, manual shutoff valve & mufflers to decrease noise.
- Wet pumping units are provided with rubber insulating panels for minimal vibration, and each wet unit has a pump discharge strainer to prevent foreign materials from entering control system and cylinder-plunger unit (jack).
- Dry pumping units are self contained units which include oil-hydraulic elevator pump, electric motor, drive assembly, structural steel outer base with tank and supports, oil-tight drip pan and inner pump mounting base. Dry units are also provided with sound-insulating panels to isolate airborne noise from non oil-immersed pump-motor assembly
A safety bulkhead is an internal secondary bottom which prevents the elevator from falling quickly should the bottom of the cylinder have a sudden leak.
- Most hydraulic elevator cylinders are buried underground, and cylinders installed prior to 1972 did not require safety bulkheads. Due to electrolysis or rusting, elevator cylinders typically fail where the bottom is welded on, and if the cylinder fails there is a potential for injury.