KONE Elevators and Escalators – Energy Efficient

KONE Vietnam LLC

Product features

KONE is the pioneer of eco-efficiency in the elevator industry. KONE leads the way in creating innovative solutions that help to significantly cut the energy consumption of buildings.

Energy saving features of KONE lifts have achieved energy consumption as low as 5700kWh/h (Kone Minispace) by utulising the following strategies: 1. Efficient hoisting: This permanent magnet synchronous machine, together with a vector-controlled drive system and regenerative options, provides the highest total efficiency and minimizes both mechanical and electrical losses. 2. Energy regeneration: When the car is descending with a heavy load (or ascending with a light load), it contains potential energy. The regenerative drive recovers this energy, saving up to 35% of the total energy consumed. 3. Energy-saving car lighting: KONE elevators are equipped with modern fluorescent tubes and LED lights that can last up to 10 times longer and use up to 80% less energy than conventional lighting solutions. 4. Energy-efficient standby operation: • Automatic car light operation turns off the lights when the car is not in use and on again when the car is called. • The power stage of the drive is set to sleep mode when not in use. • Signalization displays are dimmed when not in use. • The car fan is turned off when the elevator is not in use. • Corridor illumination control automatically adjusts the light on the destination floor.
Contact Details

KONE Vietnam LLC

Centrepoint Building, 106 Nguyen Van Troi St, Ward 8, Phu Nhuan

City: Hồ Chí Minh

Phone Number: +84 8 39975373

Email: Michael.Bullock@kone.com

Website: http://www.kone.com

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