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    Twinpost Above-Ground 1-stage

    This is the first level of above ground jack configuration available, and it features only one section of plunger that extends out of the cylinder. It is a perfect fit for a two-stop building with travel below 12'8" with minimum pit and overhead or up to 18'-11" with a small increase in pit and/or overhead.

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    Twinpost Above-Ground 2-stage

    This configuration offers greater travel capabilities because of the telescoping sections. Instead of one section of plunger to extend up, there are two sections, thus allowing for almost twice the distance in travel being reached.

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    Twinpost Above-Ground 3-stage

    This configuration provides the maximum height for hydraulic elevators. It’s 3 stage telescoping design is capable of reaching travel distances of up to 33’-6.5” of travel with minimum pit and overhead. However, travel heights up to 48'-3.5" are obtainable with a small increase in pit depth and/or overhead height.

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    Below-Ground

    endura below ground features a single plunger that is connected to bottom of the elevator and is contained in a cylinder that extends down below ground. This is the easiest method of lifting an elevator, but comes with the cost of drilling a hole deep enough to allow for the elevator to reach the top floor of the building.

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Since 1937, our hydraulic elevator system has been the standard for quality and reliability. The ThyssenKrupp endura elevator continues that heritage as a smooth, quiet and efficient workhorse that exceeds the demands of today’s low-rise buildings. endura can be configured to meet your building specifications and is customizable with a variety of interior cab and fixture designs.

Above Ground

The ThyssenKrupp endura above-ground elevator features a twinpost jack, which is connected to the top of the elevator car sling. This design allows us to achieve the travel necessary to reach the top floor without having to drill down below ground. endura offers the lowest pit and overhead requirements among our product line. This elevator comes in three different configurations.

Twinpost Above-Ground 1-stage

This is the first level of above ground jack configuration available, and it features only one section of plunger that extends out of the cylinder. It is a perfect fit for a two-stop building with travel below 12’8” with minimum pit and overhead or up to 18’-11” with a small increase in pit and/or overhead.

Twinpost Above-Ground 2-stage

This configuration offers greater travel capabilities because of the telescoping sections. Instead of one section of plunger to extend up, there are two sections, thus allowing for almost twice the distance in travel being reached. This series is great for buildings with travel up to 23’-2.5” with minimum pit and overhead or up to 28’-6” with a small increase in pit and/or overhead.

Twinpost Above-Ground 3-stage

This configuration provides the maximum height for hydraulic elevators. It’s 3 stage telescoping design is capable of reaching travel distances of up to 33’-6.5” of travel with minimum pit and overhead. However, travel heights up to 48’-3.5” are obtainable with a small increase in pit depth and/or overhead height.

Below Ground

endura below ground features a single plunger that is connected to bottom of the elevator and is contained in a cylinder that extends down below ground. This is the easiest method of lifting an elevator, but comes with cost of drilling a hole deep enough to allow for the elevator to reach the top floor of the building. So when drilling is not a problem, this elevator is great application for low-rise buildings up to 79’-0” of travel.

Below-Ground

This hydraulic elevator configuration uses a plunger within a cylinder that rests below the ground level. This is considered the traditional hydraulic elevator and is the choice when drilling is not a problem.

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