With the Schindler 1000 elevating is made simple. Easy to choose, easy to plan, and easy to use, the Schindler 1000 is safe, secure, stylish and strong. Designed to serve low-rise office, educational and residential buildings, comfortably, quietly, efficiently and with style.
Schindler 1000 is part of the new modular platform product range. Suitable for low-rise office, educational and residential buildings, with simple and stylish requirements.
The Schindler 1000 is part of the new modular platform product range featuring high-quality components that deliver smooth, quieter and more reliable performance.
The Schindler 1000 features a gearless drive system with Suspension Traction Media (STM) to ensure efficient operation and long-term reliability.
Quality through simplicity
The Schindler 1000's standardised components and pre-engineered solutions ensure reliable performance at superior quality standards.
Innovative drive technology
Regenerative drive technology is a standard throughout our new modular product family. This reduces travel energy by up to 30% compared to any conventional technology.
Improving energy efficiency is essential to reduce the environmental impact of elevators and the buildings they serve.
Benefit from our tools, solutions and latest innovations to support you through the entire product lifecycle of your elevator. Our elevators are designed to use state-of-the-art technologies from planning to operation.
Plan & Design online
Our Plan & Design tool was developed to help you prepare your elevator specifications in the early stage of your project and explore all potential design combinations available. › Learn more
Innovations in installation
Benefit from our innovative installation technologies developed to ensure a safe, efficient and high-quality installation. › Learn more
All our new elevators are installed with Schindler Ahead – our IoT (Internet of Things) portfolio of services. › Learn more
Schindler 1000 benefits from our machine room-less (MRL) traction systems and compact door drives to optimise shaft space, reducing construction costs and leaving space for tenants.