Increasing modern buildings and aesthetic architectural designs have also affected elevator designs. While panoramic elevators add beauty and elegance to buildings, they provide users with an unusual appearance.
The most distinctive feature of panoramic elevators is that the cabin is framed with glass. In this way, it gives a visual pleasure and comfort to the user. The fact that the people using the elevator can see the outside of the cabin while cruising is much more relaxing than closed elevators, and it is peaceful for those who are afraid of elevators. The glasses used in the panoramic elevator are produced as unbreakable or unbreakable when broken so as to protect the safety of the users.
Thanks to hydraulic and electrical drive systems, a wide range of placement solutions can be produced in panoramic elevators. Technically, panoramic elevators can be designed and produced with a carrying capacity of 21 people from 4 people and a speed from 0.63 m/s to 2.5 m/s.
Panoramic elevators are designed separately for each building. It is possible to design them as circular, square, triangular and similar in accordance with the architecture of the building.
Another feature of panoramic elevators is that they can be installed inside the building as well as outside the building. Therefore, it provides the advantage of usage area in the building.
Shopping centers are the buildings where panoramic elevators are most preferred. However, it has wide usage areas in hotels, entertainment centers, high office blocks, large metro and train stations.