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  • Course description: AEC Daily: Engineered Nonproprietary Elevator Solutions

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    Learning Objectives:

    Summarize the history of elevators and the different types used today to provide equal access and convenience in a variety of applications.

    Differentiate between the two types of hoist mechanisms, hydraulic and traction, and describe the elevator types in each category.

    Evaluate the benefits and drawbacks of hydraulic and gearless MRL elevators for low-rise buildings in terms of space, life cycle costs, and sustainability.

    Differentiate proprietary from nonproprietary elevator systems that meet the same safety standards and code requirements and discuss the advantages and methods of specifying a nonproprietary system.