Schindler Ltd| Sales & Marketing
205 Brooklands Road
Capacity: 630 kg - 2'500 kg, 8 - 33 passengers
Travel height: up to 150 m and 50 floors
Speed: 1.0 m/s up to 3.0 m/s MMR and MRL
Schindler 5500 is the modular passenger lift that takes configurability to a new level - it uniquely combines performance, flexibility and design, which makes it easy to fit to the requirements of commercial, mid and high-end residential buildings. Solutions that suits you.
Configure the dimension and technology of your elevator to best meet the requirements of your application. The Schindler 5500 fits your needs, making your building work by optimizing space with excellent shaft utilization.
Rely on the latest technology. The Schindler 5500 helps you lower your building’s carbon footprint by using energy more efficiently – with regenerative drives for sustainable operation.
Enjoy the faster and smoother ride. The new developments in traction media and control systems give you not only more speed, but also lets you handle more passengers and goods while providing optimal ride quality.
Create the look and feel of your elevator just the way you imagine it. Our design lines give you the freedom of choice – from preconfigured cars to your own concept, from functional to sophisticated.
Configure mobility the way you need it to make your building work. From the ideal space utilisation and machine-room options to a perfectly fitting car and the smooth flow of people and goods.
Keep energy consumption to a minimum by using power more efficiently. The new technological advances of the Schindler 5500, such as regenerative drives, new traction media, and carefully selected materials, ensure an ecologically sound solution.
The Schindler 5500 offers an excellent ride experience for the passenger. The wider range of MRL residential and commercial applications as well as new drive and traction developments make it a hallmark in modern urban mobility. High travel height, fast speeds and improvements in range of load and noise reduction technology position the Schindler 5500 as a prime elevator.