Riaz & Sons partner for the Elevators is ORONA Spain. ORONA is in the top 10 Companies in the World in making of Elevators / Escalators and Lifts.
Orona Offers a unique solutions to satisfy the users needs for Eco Efficiency, Adaptability to the building, Control & Safety, among other things.
With the award of the Ecodesign Management System certification to UNE 150301:2003 in June 2008, Orona became the first Ecodesign Certified Company in the vertical transport industry worldwide. This gives clear proof of Orona’s commitment to sustainable development and to the environment.
Orona solutions are designed to meet whatever requirement for vertical transport and to adapt easily to available space however small this may be.
Our automatic passenger rescue systems, lifts with special firefighters options, and developments of several materials and communication devices lend us credibility.
Orona has developed various technologies that are most valuable for users in terms of personal safety. The lift systems incorporate intelligent traffic control features that facilitate journeys.
We adapt our solutions to environments that require varying levels of communication (hospitals, hotels, public buildings having specific safety requirements, etc.)
Design life is more than 25 Years if maintained as per Orona SOP.
Our Lifts are working on Low-energy car lighting system. When the lift is stand-by, light- ing switches off automatically after a programmable delay. This entails a longer service life of the lamps and significant energy saving.
A control feature to reduce the energy consumption of the lift system during idle periods.
On machine-room-less lifts, the controller can be mounted on the last but one floor. Suitable for lifts accessible from a public thoroughfare, car park, etc.
Enclosure for landing doors, which limits the scope of civil engineering.
INCREASED SAFETY ON WORK SITE
There is no need for staff outside the lift installers to get in the lift well to put the finishing touch, which reduces risk exposures and guarantees a completely safe enclosure.
Since there is no need for masonry or rejointing from inside the lift well.
This type of enclosure reduces downtimes and coordination between Orona and the builder for brickwork inside the lift well, while leaving the surface ready to fit the external linings on each floor.
The system contributes to keeping the work site cleaner and tidier. It also prevents soiling or damaging the lift installation.
Doors with a wider frame than usual to minimise infilling work on each landing.
With this option, it is possible to reduce the height of the safety room required at the top of the lift well by providing additional safety features.
A safety device stops the counterweight in a lift overspeeding condition. It applies to facilities where there can be people walking in the counterweight projecting area
Battery-operated electronic device responsible for driving the lift to the nearest landing, opening the doors and allowing passengers out in the event of a mains power cut.
In the event of a fire, the lifts are dispatched to the designated floor and remain inoperative as stipulated in EN 81-73
This feature serves to coordinate with an external emergency power supply for discontinuing the lift service in case of a mains failure. The lift system arranges evacuation travels according to the energy available.
Linked to a water collector in the pit of the installation, the detector when activated (pit flooding) will send the car to the parking floor, allow passengers to get out and put the lift out of service.
This function is associated with a number of temperature sensors at each floor access. When activated (floor temperature > 70QC), the controller impedes door opening and call registration at or from the landing concerned.
It incorporates special interfaces (switches, Certified flameproof door communications), specific water protections,
electric insulations and mode of operation. It also features a roof trap (EN 81-72). We also features Certified flameproof door
This control makes the lift stop at floors with both up and down calls registered. It results in improved traffic management
Through digital signalling, these units connect the lifts to the building or facility’s integral management and monitoring systems. There are two types of digital signals:
OUTPUTS providing information on the lift status (position, doors, failures, etc.)
INPUTS: for activating modes of operation related to lift control.