The Schindler 3300 was designed to meet Swiss standards of precision – reliability is built in. Schindler’s best selling elevator since 2006 – a true technological evolution. Highly standardized yet flexible to install. System engineered with components built to fit together. The result: a smooth and silent ride for passengers in residential and mid-size commercial buildings. Caring for tomorrow starts today. The Schindler 3300 is a lightweight elevator free from harmful substances and designed for low everyday energy consumption. The operating efficiency remains steady over the course of its lifetime.

 

1. Thanks to the regenerative Power Factor 1 drive technology, the Schindler 3300 uses up to 30% less travel energy compared to conventional technology. Excessive energy is “clean”, allowing it to be fed back to the grid without causing equipment interference due to harmonic distortion.
2. When not in use, the Schindler 3300 consumes up to 40% less energy for inverter, controls, lights and ventilation. Wake up is instantaneous.
3. LED lights have an extremely long service life, up to 20 times longer than standard light bulbs, while consuming less energy. All ceilings in the Schindler 3300 are equipped with LED lights as standard.
4. Suspention Traction Media enables a smaller traction diameter of 85 mm, translating into a smaller motor size and lower energy consumption and as well smaller components therefore more room for the passengers. Up to 25 cm wider car that still fits in standard-sized shafts.

5. Schindler guarantees a maximum passenger’s comfort in accordance with ISO18738: horizontal and vertical vibration <15 mg and as well a smooth rise with minimum noise levels: below 50 dB (1.00 m/s) / 53 dB (1.60 m/s) inside the car at the nominal speed.

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