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Risk Potential of Safety Gears – Inspections with Test Weights Show a Lack of Clearance!
It is a preferred practice all over the world to test the safety gear with
weights when elevator systems are placed on the market. And the justification is a reasonable one: during these tests all components are subjected to a mechanical stress test so that faults made during the installation and structural eficiencies are brought to light.
But in a worst-case scenario – an emergency stop in free fall with full
load – this test is only able to provide a verification of the effectiveness of
the safety gear in a very limited manner or not at all. The same applies to
any recurring inspections to be carried out at specified intervals. This
has not only been proven by numerous practical examples, it can also be easily verified physically.
Liftreport 06/2014 Ebeling, Tim