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BASIC ELEVATOR HOISTWAY DIMENSIONS
FOR DESIGN PURPOSES
Designers must ensure that the "Navy Composite" dimensions are used as a
minimum whenever possible in design drawings to ensure that major
manufacturer's standard equipment can be utilized.
I.
Hydraulic Passenger
A.
Pit Depth
4'-0"
Armor
4'-0"
Dover
4'-0"
Montgomery
4'-0"
Otis
4'-0"
U.S.
4'-0"
Westinghouse
5'-0"
NEII Vertical Transportation Standards, 1983
5'-0" Navy Composite
B.
Clear Overhead (top floor to underside of machine room floor)
12'-4"
Armor
12'-0"
Dover
12'-6"
Montgomery
12'-3"
Otis
12'-2"
U.S.
12'-3"
Westinghouse
13'-0"
NEII Vertical Transportation Standards, 1983
13'-0" Navy Composite
II.
Overhead Geared Traction 200 to 350 FPM
A.
Pit Depth
5'-1" Armor
5'-0" Dover
4'-10" Montgomery
5'-0" Otis
4'-7" U.S.
5'-0" Westinghouse
6'-11" NEII Vertical Transportation Standards, 1983 (note 1)
6'-11" Navy Composite
B.
Clear Overhead
16'-2" Armor
15'-4" Dover
15'-4" Montgomery
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