Before Shutting Down Your Elevator

April 17, 2020

VDA Elevator Knowledge Center

From the desk of: James Peterlin – Vice President – Business Development

Do you know that…

Removing Elevators from building power and shutting them down entirely may not be prudent.

• Units may not restart once brought back on-line without help from your elevator technician.

• Components accumulate dust, debris, flat spots and minimal lubrication causing deterioration.

• Damage caused from sitting idle, may be billable to you, under the terms of your current agreement.

• Returning units to service could take extended time due to limited field resources available.

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James E. Peterlin

Vice President – Business Development