RECO installs temporary passenger lift in London for CrossRail

At the request of CrossRail, RECO Lift Solutions recently installed a temporary RECO PP lift at the Custom House railway station in London. This station is currently being rebuilt by contracting company Laing O'Rourke until December 2015

Temporary passenger lift with a closed shaft

CrossRail has asked Laing O'Rourke to ensure that Custom House station remains accessible to train passengers during the refurbishment. Laing O'Rourke found a cost effective solution in the rental of a temporary ECO passenger lift. The advantage of a closed shaft was a key element for Laing O'Rourke to choose a RECO lift. The closed shaft ensures that the lift can be used in all weather conditions.

Barrier-free, safety and comfort

The lift cabin, similar to the cabin of a permanent lift, makes the lift user-friendly and easy to operate. Comfort is optimised by a 0.8 m/s fast traction drive. With the choice of a temporary RECO passenger lift, CrossRail is setting a new standard on the English railway market. The wishes and needs of CrossRail's passengers, such as barrier-free platform access, safety and comfort, have been met.

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