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  • Welcome to the CIBSE Lifts Group
    place for those interested in lifts and escalators Our current officers are Chairman John Bashford Vice Chairman Len Halsey Secretary Richard Peters Treasurer Michael Bottomley BSI Representative Adam Scott Events Organiser Gina Barney Publicity Elizabeth Evans Lift Academy David Cooper Events Team WeeChuan Lim Events Team Phil Pearson Membership of the Lifts Group is open to all whether a member of the Institution or not and there is no charge You can join on line by filling in the application form The CIBSE Lifts Group seeks to encourage research and offers research scholorships when funds allow This CIBSE Lifts Group also has a Facebook page Honorary Fellowship for Dr Gina Barney The CIBSE AGM Presidential Address was held at The Royal Society in Carlton House Terrace London on Thursday May 8th 2014 The Lifts Group were represented by Dr Gina Barney Lifts Group Chairman John Bashford and Dave Cooper John read a citation about Gina and her many roles within the CIBSE Lifts Group and our industry at large The outgoing President of CIBSE George Adams presented Gina with an Honorary Fellowship in recognition of this work Dave Cooper s appointment to the main Council of CIBSE was also announced

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    interested in lifts and escalators Our current officers are Chairman John Bashford Vice Chairman Len Halsey Secretary Richard Peters Treasurer Michael Bottomley BSI Representative Adam Scott Events Organiser Gina Barney Publicity Elizabeth Evans Lift Academy David Cooper Events Team WeeChuan Lim Events Team Phil Pearson Membership of the Lifts Group is open to all whether a member of the Institution or not and there is no charge You can join on line by filling in the application form The CIBSE Lifts Group seeks to encourage research and offers research scholorships when funds allow This CIBSE Lifts Group also has a Facebook page Honorary Fellowship for Dr Gina Barney The CIBSE AGM Presidential Address was held at The Royal Society in Carlton House Terrace London on Thursday May 8th 2014 The Lifts Group were represented by Dr Gina Barney Lifts Group Chairman John Bashford and Dave Cooper John read a citation about Gina and her many roles within the CIBSE Lifts Group and our industry at large The outgoing President of CIBSE George Adams presented Gina with an Honorary Fellowship in recognition of this work Dave Cooper s appointment to the main Council of CIBSE was also announced during the AGM

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  • Join
    Group Everybody with an interest in vertical transportation systems including Manufacturers Suppliers and Installers Building Owners and Operators Insurers Consultants Academics and Researchers Trade Press The Benefits of Joining As a member you will be invited to attend our meetings and will receive meeting minutes keeping you up to date with industry and institutional activities Additionally you will receive information on special visits seminars and activities which are arranged by the Group or are of interest to the Group Your Contribution In return we ask you to attend meetings and participate in the Group s activities in so much as your other commitments allow We ask you to record your apologies with the Group s Secretary when you cannot make meetings and attend at least one meeting per year Members are encouraged to make attendance of the Group s AGM a priority Benefits to the Institution As a body representing Building Services Engineers in all areas of building services engineering the Institution s standing and hence that of the members benefits from the willingness of members who give time and expertise to the committees and panels who run the Institution and formulate the views of the profession By indicating an

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  • Events
    journey time are all considered A combination of primary empirical data theoretical calculations and secondary sources are used to derive models for a chosen escalator These are then applied to assess possible options and recommend a strategy for London Underground It has been found that the negative impact on passenger journey time due to a pre programmed speed reduction during off peak hours significantly outweighs the savings even at low passenger flow rates The recommended strategy is to reduce the speed to a crawl when the escalator is unloaded accelerating to full speed when passengers arrive This results in benefits from reduced energy consumption and component wear whilst minimising the affect on passenger journey time and if used in conjunction with inverter braking would minimise wasted energy during deceleration Methods for early detection of passenger arrival are suggested to further reduce delays during the acceleration phase An analysis tool has been designed that can be used to predict the impact of different variable speed strategies and visualise cost savings THE TROUBLE WITH MOBILITY SCOOTERS Michael Bottomley Movveo Ltd A fatal accident in South Korea in August 2010 with a mobility scooter user was the first known fatality involving lifts Products

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  • Codes and Standards
    Standards Related to Lifts Escalators and Moving Walks A3 4 International Standards Related to Lifts Escalators and Moving Walks A3 5 Current Standards Relating to Access and Movement of Disabled People in Buildings A3 6 Interpretations to EN81 1 1978 EN81 1 1985 EN81 1 1998 EN81 2 1987 EN81 2 1998 EN81 28 2003 EN81 58 2003 EN81 70 2003 EN81 72 2003 EN81 73 2005 WARNING The six sections of this Annex list legislation and standards relevant to lifts escalators and passenger conveyors moving walks The lists were as comprehensive and up to date as possible at the time of publication 10 February 2010 The entries are arranged in numerical and date order They include entries which are not now current These may be useful when dealing with equipment not installed to the current requirements For the latest information readers should consult government web sites regarding current legislation and BSI on line http bsonline techindex co uk regarding current standards The Europa site has additional information http ec europa eu enterprise sectors mechanical documents guidance lifts index en htm Interpretation Members who wish to receive an interpretation on any standard that BSI have published please 1 Check with

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  • Archive
    2001 Annual Seminar 2007 Speaker Abstracts and Slides Annual Seminar 2008 Speaker Slides Lift Academy Annual Report 2008 Annual Seminar 2009 Speaker Slides Traffic Analysis and Simulation Open Forum Report May 2007 Feature articles Water Hydraulic Lift Mr David Cooper Towards low carbon lifts Dr Eur Ing Gina Barney Energy Models for Lifts Dr Eur Ing Gina Barney Barney on Energy Efficiency of Lifts Dr Eur Ing Gina Barney Lifts

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  • Minutes
    AGM pdf 09 Febuary 2011 pdf 03 November 2010 pdf 09 February2010 pdf 10 February 2010 pdf 11 February 2009 pdf 8 December 2008 pdf 2 September 2008 pdf 13 February 2008 AGM pdf 13 February 2008 pdf 7 February 2007 AGM pdf 7 February 2007 pdf 2 October 2006 pdf 20 July 06 pdf 8 February 2006 pdf 8 February 2006 AGM pdf 9 November 2005 pdf 9 February

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  • Publications
    Use of spreadsheets for calculation 4 Advanced planning techniques and computer programs 4 1 Introduction 4 2 Advance round trip time calculations 4 3 Simulation 4 4 Describing traffic 4 5 Measuring traffic 4 6 Theoretical simulation templates 4 7 Simulation templates derived from traffic surveys 4 8 Other considerations 4 9 Uppeak design example 4 10 Simulation applied to modernisation 4 11 Comparing simulation with round trip time calculation results 4 12 Traffic analysis and simulation software 4 13 Epilogue References Appendix 4 A1 Symbols and formulae 5 Types of transportation systems 5 1 Introduction 5 2 Passenger lifts 5 3 Goods passenger lifts 5 4 Goods only lifts 5 5 Observation lifts 5 6 Service lifts 5 7 Motor vehicle lifts 5 8 Rack and pinion lifts 5 9 Lifts for other purposes 5 10 Future concepts References Appendix 5 A1 Car well headroom pit and machine room sizes 6 Firefighting lifts and evacuation lifts for people with disabilities 6 1 Introduction 6 2 Need for firefighting lifts 6 3 Design considerations for firefighting lifts 6 4 Testing and maintenance of firefighting lifts 6 5 Evacuation lifts for persons with limited mobility 6 6 Design considerations for evacuation lifts 6 7 Using lifts for general evacuation References 7 Lift components and installation 7 1 Introduction 7 2 Electric traction drives 7 3 Hydraulic drives 7 4 Controller cabinet 7 5 Guide rails 7 6 Counterweight 7 7 Lift car 7 8 Door operators 7 9 Door configurations 7 10 Overspeed governors 7 11 Safety gear 7 12 Buffers 7 13 Uncontrolled upward movement device 7 14 Suspension systems 7 15 Roping systems 7 16 Car and landing features and inspection controls 7 17 Guarding References 8 Lift drives and controls 8 1 Introduction 8 2 Lift controllers 8 3 Controller technology 8 4 Control of lift drives 8 5 dc motor control technologies 8 6 ac motor control technologies 8 7 Harmonic related issues 8 8 Energy saving considerations 8 9 Passenger evacuation mains power failure 8 10 Unintended car movement ucm 8 11 Control of hydraulic drives 8 12 Control of door operators 8 13 Electromagnetic compatibility environment and reliability References 9 Lift traffic control 9 1 The need for lift traffic control 9 2 Single lift traffic control 9 3 Purpose of group traffic control 9 4 Types of traffic control algorithms 9 5 Advanced group traffic controller features 9 6 Other features of group traffic control systems 9 7 The effect of the traffic control algorithm on traffic design 9 8 Design case study 9 9 Installation case study 9 10 Improvement verification case study References 10 Escalators and moving walks 10 1 Introduction 10 2 Definitions commonly available equipment and duty 10 3 Principal components 10 4 Installation planning 10 5 Drive systems energy usage and safety devices 10 6 Modernising escalators and moving walks 10 7 Testing and commissioning 10 8 Operating escalators and moving walks 10 9 Actions after an accident involving

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