An escalator is a type of vertical transportation in the form of a moving staircase –
a conveyor transport device for carrying people between floors of a building.
Jan 22, 2014 ... The historic vintage wooden Otis L-type escalator's at Macy's Herald Square in
Comprehensive in range and flexible in design, Otis escalators and moving
walkways adapt to your building's specific requirements.
safely to their destination. The escalator has become an integral part of the urban
landscape. While passenger elevators were in common use since the 1870s,.
Otis wrote history with the introduction of the escalator in 1899. Today, we
continue to improve the product through ongoing innovation. Similarly, Otis'
You probably ride escalators all the time, but do you know how they move, and
flatten, and keep the handrail in synch with the steps? Find out exactly what is ...
Our escalators provide safe, reliable and eco-friendly mobility in shopping
centers, airports, railway stations and commercial buildings. Attractive yet robust,
In 1891 Jesse Reno created a new novelty ride at Coney Island. - an elevated
moving stairway - called the escalator and re-designed by Charles Seeberger in
Metro's elevators and escalators provide access to the transit system's many
underground stations and to station platforms. Metro has the most elevators (278
Escalating performance. We have an escalator design for every building
configuration, no matter whether it's an art gallery or a subway station.