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Architectural

Planning Guide

KONE offers
solutions for
each phase of
the buildings
life cycle
Design Solutions
KONE can assist during the planning and design phases
by providing easy-to-use tools to help customers design
the right solutions for their projects needs. KONEs traffic
analysis and planning services help to define the optimal
amount of equipment and layout.
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Online Architectural Toolbox

BIM Models

Online Car Designer Tool

Award-winning KONE Design Collection

Modernization Solutions
KONE offers modernization solutions ranging from small
upgrades to full replacement.
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KONE Polaris Destination Control System

KONE EcoSpace EB

KONE EcoMod

KONE Modulator Modernization Solutions

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

Construction Solutions
KONE can offer the right solutions for almost any type
of building application from two to 100+ floors with KONE
EcoDisc technology. Customers also have flexible escalator
options to serve retail, transit and commercial environments.
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KONE EcoSpace

KONE MonoSpace

KONE EcoSystem MR

KONE TravelMaster 110

KONE TransitMaster 140

Installation Solutions
KONEs experienced project management teams guarantee
smooth coordination with all parties involved. Our proven
installation methods save on installation time and costs.
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Project management and installation services

Construction time use

KONE major projects unit

Maintenance Solutions
KONE offers preventative maintenance, monitoring and
web-based reporting services that maximize reliability
and safety while minimizing downtime.
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KONE Care maintenance solutions

Spare parts

KONE KRMS Remote Monitoring for elevators

KONE eOptimum Web-based Performance Information


Program

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

Redefining Elevator Technology


KONE EcoDisc

EcoDisc Applications

Proven Technology
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More than 15 years of experience with KONE EcoDisc technology,


including the worlds first Machine Room-Less (MRL) installation

KONE has sold and installed over 440,000 KONE EcoDisc


machines worldwide

Applicable from 2 to 100+ floors

Space Savings
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In low- to mid-rise elevators, the compact KONE EcoDisc structure eliminates
the traditional machine room and, in some cases, the control room

In high-rise systems, the KONE EcoDisc delivers remarkable space savings
and improved efficiency

MRL
Machine Room-Less

MR
Machine Room Above

KONE Eco-efficient solutions


How much can you save by selecting right?
KONE elevators can reduce the total energy consumption by as much
as two-thirds or even more. For example, a KONE EcoSpace elevator,
with the KONE EcoDisc hoisting machine, uses up to 70% less energy
compared to a hydraulic elevator and up to 50% less than a 2-speed
traction elevator. With additional energy-saving features, this energy
consumption can be reduced even further.

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1 A green hoisting system
The KONE EcoDisc hoisting machine made DC gearless and inefficient
geared hoisting machines obsolete. The KONE EcoDisc permanentmagnet synchronous motor, together with a vector-controlled
drive system and regenerative options, provide the highest total
efficiency and minimize both mechanical and electrical losses.
2 Regenerative drive
Recovers excess energy from the elevator when the KONE EcoDisc
motor acts as a generator. This most notably occurs with an empty
car traveling UP or a full car traveling DOWN. The drive can recover
up to 25% of the total energy used by an elevator, producing clean
and safe energy that does not damage the network.
3 Put to sleep when not in use
In todays elevators, lights, signalization and ventilation can consume
a considerable amount of electricity even when the elevator is not
moving. KONE energy-efficient options supervise elevator usage and
set the devices to sleep mode during inactive periods to minimize
total energy consumption.
4 Eco-efficient car lighting
To save energy used for car lighting, halogen lights have been
replaced by LED spot lights. LED lights consume 80% less electricity
than halogen lights and last up to 10 times longer.

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

Select your
KONE EcoDisc-powered elevator
KONE EcoSpace

KONE MonoSpace

Application Low-Rise

Application Mid-Rise

Type MRL

Type MRL

Powered by EcoDisc

Powered by EcoDisc

Capacity

2000 5000 lbs. (907 2268 kg)

Capacity 2000 5000 lbs. (907 2268 kg)

Speed

200 350 fpm (1.0 1.78 m/s)

Speed

200 500 fpm (1.0 2.54 m/s)

Landings

2 to 12

Landings

6 to 27

Machine Room-Less performance in a new or existing


hoistway: Designed specifically to fit in the hydraulic
footprint, KONE EcoSpace delivers pure traction
Machine Room-Less performance to low-rise buildings.
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No oil

No hole drilling

Uses 70% less energy than hydraulic applications

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The Machine Room-Less solution that launched


a revolution: Introduced over a decade ago, KONE
MonoSpace forever changed the vertical
transportation landscape by eliminating the
requirement for a machine room.
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Consumes approximately 50% less energy than conventional traction machines

Minimal building interface

Creates more usable space variable machine locations

Ideal solution for replacement of existing hydraulic


elevator (contact KONE Sales Professional)

Superior ride quality

Minimal building interface

*Optional Control Closet or Room

KONE Polaris

KONE EcoSystem MR
Application

Mid- to High-Rise

Application

New Construction & Modernization

Type MR

Ideal Scenario min. 3 elevators and 6 landings

Powered by EcoDisc

With KONE Polaris, passengers select their destination


and are guided directly to the dedicated car. A limited
number of other passengers within a specific range
of floors are assigned to the same car. Boarding is
calm, orderly and the traveling time to destination
is minimized.

Capacity 2000 5000 lbs. (907 2268 kg)


Speed

200 700 fpm (1.0 3.5 m/s)

Landings

6 to 63

Innovative, space efficient, mid-high rise system:


KONE EcoSystem MR elevators use next-generation
KONE EcoDisc hoisting machines that require only
half the overhead machine room space of traditional
traction elevators.
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Increased handling capacity

Less waiting, fewer intermediate stops

Improved comfort

Enhanced security

Energy efficient

Greater personalization

Superior acceleration/deceleration profile

Easier accessibility

Improved floor-floor times and leveling

Additional guidance

More space

For the latest product information and interactive design tools, visit www.kone.us

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

KONE EcoSpace Innovation Meets Affordability


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MAX TRAVEL
150 ft. (45.7 m)

EcoSpace

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MAX LANDINGS
15

F G

Front Opening

4000 (1814)
4500 (2041)
5000 (2268)

2SP
2SP
2SP

7'-4" (2235)
7'-4" (2235)
7'-4" (2235)

2000 (907)
2500 (1134)
3000 (1361)
3500 (1588)
4000 (1814)

SSP
SSP-CO
SSP-CO
SSP-CO
CO

4000 (1814)
4500 (2041)
5000 (2268)

2SP
2SP
2SP

SSP
7'-4" (2235)
SSP-CO 8'-4" (2540)
SSP-CO 8'-6" (2591)
SSP-CO 8'-6" (2591)
CO 9'-4" (2845)

CAPACITY lbs. (kg)

7'-8" (2337)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
9'-4" (2845)

5'-8" (1727)
4'-3" (1295)
6'-8" (2032)
4'-3" (1295)
6'-8" (2032)
5'-0" (1524)
6'-8" (2032)
5'-6 3 16" (1681)
7'-5 13 16" (2281) 5'-6 3 16" (1681)

3'-0" (914)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
4'-0" (1219)

7'-4" (2235) 9'-2" (2794)


7'-4" (2235) 9'-8" (2946)
7'-4" (2235) 10'-21 4" (3105)

5'-6 3 16" (1681) 7'-7 7 16" (2323)


5'-6 3 16" (1681) 8'-13 8" (2473)
5'-6 3 16" (1681) 8'-9 3 16" (2672)

4'-0" (1219)
4'-0" (1219)
4'-0" (1219)

7'-4" (2235)
8'-4" (2540)
8'-6" (2591)
8'-6" (2591)
9'-4" (2845)

7'-8" (2337)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
9'-4" (2845)

5'-8" (1727)
4'-3" (1295)
6'-8" (2032)
4'-3" (1295)
6'-8" (2032)
5'-0" (1524)
6'-8" (2032)
5'-6 3 16" (1681)
7'-5 13 16" (2281) 5'-6 3 16" (1681)

3'-0" (914)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
4'-0" (1219)

7'-4" (2235)
7'-4" (2235)
7'-4" (2235)

7'-4" (2235) 10'-11 2" (3086)


7'-4" (2235) 10'-7 1 2" (3238)
7'-4" (2235) 11'-31 4" (3435)

5'-6 3 16" (1681)


5'-6 3 16" (1681)
5'-6 3 16" (1681)

4'-0" (1219)
4'-0" (1219)
4'-0" (1219)

CONTROLLER SPACE

5'-9" (1753)
5'-9" (1753)
6'-3" (1905)
6'-11" (2108)
6'-11" (2108)

6'-3 1 4" (1911)


6'-3 1 4" (1911)
6'-11" (2108)
7'-5 1 4" (2267)
7'-5 1 4" (2267)

AND PIT DEPTH

L
DOOR WIDTH (mm)

4'-0" 1'-8" 3'-6"


(1219)
(508)
(1067)
5'-0"
dimension (B)
3'-0"
(1524)
(914)

I
150 FPM (.75 m/s)

CAPACITY LBS. (kg)

7'-7 7 16" (2323)


8'-1 3 8" (2473)
8'-9 3 16" (2672)

WIDTH (mm) DEPTH (mm)

2000 to 5000
integral or remote closet
(907 to 2268)

2000 to 5000
adjacent room
(907 to 2268)

CLEAR OVERHEAD

TRAVEL

Control Space

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PASSENGER

Section View

2000 (907)
2500 (1134)
3000 (1361)
3500 (1588)
4000 (1814)

SERVICE

ENTRANCE HEIGHT G
7, 8 or 9 ft.
(2134, 2438 or 2743 mm)

Front & Reverse Opening

CAR HEIGHT F
8, 9 or 10 ft.
(2438, 2743 or 3048 mm)

SERVICE

(10,11)

SPEED
150, 200, 350 fpm
(.75, 1.0, 1.78 m/s)

A SEISMIC

CAPACITY
OPENING
HOISTWAY HOISTWAY HOISTWAY
INTERIOR
INTERIOR
DOOR
lbs. (kg)
TYPE
WIDTH (mm) WIDTH (mm) DEPTH (mm)
WIDTH (mm)
DEPTH (mm)
WIDTH (mm)

PASSENGER

200 FPM (1.00 m/s)

350 FPM (1.78 m/s)

Pit Depth (mm) Clear Overhead Pit Depth (mm) Clear Overhead Pit Depth (mm) Clear Overhead
(mm)
(mm)
(mm)

2000 to 3500 (907 to 1588)

5'-0" (1524)

13'-0" (3962)

5'-0" (1524)

13'-1" (3988)

5'-6" (1676)

13'-4" (4064)

4000 to 5000 (1814 to 2268)

5'-0" (1524)

13'-0" (3962)

Notes
(6) I

(1) A
 hoist beam (by KONE) is required for installation (by others).
Dimension H reflects clear under hoist beam.

Integral or Remote
Control Closet
(option 1)

Plan Views

(2) If an EBD (Emergency Battery Device) is required, please


contact your KONE Sales Professional for further detail
regarding dimensions H , J and L .

(3) (4) (5)

A
C

(2)

(3) T
 he published hoistway A dimensions represent the minimum
clear inside requirements. Construction efficiencies can be
realized by increasing these dimensions by up to 2" (51 mm).
(4) F or pit depths less than 5'-0" (1524 mm) please contact a
KONE Sales Professional.

(5) If occupied space exists below the hoistway, consult your
KONE Sales Professional.

(6) A
 ll dimensions are based on an 8'-0" (2438 mm) cab with a
7'-0" (2134 mm) door. Alternate car and door heights are
available, but will affect dimension H .
(7) C
 ontact your local KONE Sales Representative regarding
local code variations when utilizing the integrated, integral
and remote closet options.

D B (3)
B

(8) 1
 50 fpm (.75 m/s) only available up to 85 ft. (25 m) of travel
and 10 landings. 200 fpm (1.00 m/s) available up to 100 ft.
(30.5 m) of travel and 12 landings.
(9) 1
 50 fpm (.75m/s) is maximum speed available for capacities
greater than 3,500 lbs. (1588 kg).

Integrated
Controller Space
(standard)

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

Adjacent
or Remote
Control Room
(option 2)

Visit www.kone.us for the latest job-specific details, CAD


drawings, specifications, electrical data, reaction loads and
building access requirements.

KONE EcoSpace

KONE EcoSpace EB
The Benefits are Clear
KONE EcoSpace is also applicable for
existing buildings with hydraulic
elevators. This turnkey solution
replaces the hydraulic system with
innovative MRL technology.

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KONE has sold over 440,000 KONE


EcoDisc machines globally, with an
excellent record of operating reliability.
So, instead of complicated, lengthy
and expensive retrofit upgrades,
KONE provides a brand new elevator.
Everything from the site survey to the
dismantling of the existing equipment
is carefully thought out in order to
minimize disruption to your building.

Our optimized maintenance program


minimizes downtime and ensures safe
and reliable lifetime operation.

KONE EcoSpace EB Advantages


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F
 or the owner: Minimized building
disruption, increased property value,
accommodates reduced pit depth
and overhead
F
 or the tenant: Smoother, quieter ride,
no hydraulic oil odor, optimum stopping
accuracy, sophisticated car features
 or the environment: No hydraulic oil,
F
energy-efficient, recycle existing elevator
where feasible, minimize building materials

KONE EcoSystem MR

KONE MonoSpace

Why Replace?
Instead of replacing your old elevators
with similar technology, KONE offers
you a new choice. Our innovative
Machine Room-Less design is the first
turnkey full replacement elevator
solution for existing hydraulic elevators.
Thanks to the revolutionary KONE
EcoDisc motor, KONE EcoSpace EB
fits into the existing hydraulic hoistway
with capability to seamlessly interface
with your existing entrances.

1 Space Efficiency
Possibility to accommodate reduced headroom height and pit depth. The KONE EcoDisc
machine is so compact there is no need for a
machine room above, as it fits right into
the hoistway. *Optional Control Closet or Room.
2 Energy-efficient
The revolutionary gearless KONE EcoDisc machine has only one moving part and is three
times more efficient than a hydraulic-powered unit using 70% less energy with the
potential to cut annual operating costs in half or better a true energy miracle.
3 Minimal Disruption
KONE EcoSpace EB fits inside the existing hydraulic hoistway, minimizing the need for
modifications.

KONE Polaris

4 Reusable Entrances
KONE EcoSpace EB reduces significant structural modifications by seamlessly interfacing
with most existing hydraulic entrances.
5 Modern, Code-compliant
Modern, simple and code-compliant operating displays.
6 High Performance
Optimal stopping accuracy for a smooth ride.
7 No Oil
The hydraulic cylinder is drained of all oil and capped, ensuring oil-free, environmentallyfriendly operation.

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

KONE MonoSpace Planning Guide:


Machine at Rear Configuration
Optimizes Space

(Available in passenger shape with front opening option)

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MAX TRAVEL 300 ft. (91.4 m)


MAX LANDINGS 36
SPEED 200, 350, 500 fpm

CAR HEIGHT F
8, 9 or 10 ft. (2438, 2743 or 3048 mm)
ENTRANCE HEIGHT G
7, 8 or 9 ft. (2134, 2438 or 2743 mm)

R
mm)

14)
067)
067)
067)
219)

PASSENGER

Front Opening

(1.00, 1.78, 2.54 m/s)

A SEISMIC

CAPACITY
lbs. (kg)

OPENING
TYPE

HOISTWAY
WIDTH (mm)

HOISTWAY
WIDTH (mm)

HOISTWAY
DEPTH (mm)

INTERIOR
WIDTH (mm)

INTERIOR
DEPTH (mm)

DOOR
WIDTH (mm)

2000 (907)
2500 (1134)
3000 (1361)
3500 (1588)
4000 (1814)

SSP
SSP-CO
SSP-CO
SSP-CO
CO

7'-4" (2235)
8'-4" (2540)
8'-4" (2540)
8'-4" (2540)
9'-4" (2845)

7'-8" (2337)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
9'-8" (2946)

6'-8" (2032)
6'-8" (2032)
7'-2" (2184)
7'-10" (2388)
7'-10" (2388)

5'-812" (1740)
6'-812" (2045)
6'-812" (2045)
6'-812" (2045)
7'-812" (2350)

4'-314" (1302)
4'-314" (1302)
4'-914" (1454)
5'-514" (1657)
5'-514" (1657)

3'-0" (914)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
4'-0" (1219)

Clear Overhead H and Pit Depth I


200 FPM (1.00 m/s)

PIT DEPTH
(mm)

350 FPM (1.78 m/s)

0" (1219)
0" (1219)
" (1372)*

A SEISMIC

OPENING
HOISTWAY
HOISTWAY
TYPE
(mm) cabinet
WIDTH (mm)
integralWIDTH
or remote

500 FPM (2.54 m/s)

SEISMIC

CLEAR
CLEAR
B
CPIT DEPTH
OVERHD (mm) OVERHD (mm) (mm)

HOISTWAY
INTERIOR
16'-11"
16"-11"
5'-7"
4'-4"
1'-8"
DEPTH
(mm)
WIDTH (mm)

(5156)
(1321)
6'-8"
(2032)
16'-7"
5'-0"
(5055)
6'-8"
(2032)
(1524)
16'-10"
7'-2"
(2184)
(5131)
7'-10" (2388)
16'-4"
7'-10" (2388)
(4978)
16'-7"
(5055)

B
HOISTWAY
DEPTH (mm)
4'-4"

SEISMIC

SEISMIC

PIT DEPTHD
CLEAR
ECLEAR
(mm)
OVERHD (mm) OVERHD (mm)

INTERIOR
DOOR
6'-7"
16'-11"
16"-11"
DEPTH (mm) 4'-0"
WIDTH (mm)
(5156)
(1702)
(2007)
(5156)
(5156)
(508)
(1219)
1
5'-812" (1740)
4'-3
(914)
16"-11"
5'-5"
6'-5"4" (1302)
16'-7" 3'-0"16"-11"
1
1
3'-0"
(5156)
(1651) (B)
(1956)
(5055)
2" (2045)
4" (1302)
6'-8dimension
4'-3
3'-6" (5156)
(1067)
(914)
16"-11"
5'-5"
6'-5"14" (1454)
16'-10"
6'-812" (2045)
4'-9
3'-6"16"-11"
(1067)
(5156)1 (1651)
(1956)
(5131)
(5156)
1
6'-8 2" (2045) 5'-5 4" (1657) 3'-6" (1067)
16"-11"1
5'-5"
6'-5"
16'-4"
16"-11"
7'-8 2" (2350) 5'-514" (1657) 4'-0" (1219)
(5156)
(1651)
(1956)
(4978)
(5156)
16"-11"
7'-5"
8"-5"
16'-11"
16"-11"
(5156)
(2261)
(2565)
(5156)
(5156)

B SEISMIC

HOISTWAY
INTERIOR
DEPTH (mm) 1'-8"
WIDTH (mm)

INTERIOR
DEPTH (mm)
4'-0"

DOOR
WIDTH (mm)

SERVICE

PASSENGER

(907 (907)
to2000
1814)
(1321) 6'-7"
2000
6'-4" (1930)
(2007) (508)

(907) 5'-4" (1626)


SSP
8'-0"13'-1"
(2438)(3988)
8'-4" (2540)
5'-812" (1740)
4'-314" (1219)
(1302) 3'-0" (914)
1
1 13'-11" (4242)
2500
(1134)
5'-3"
(1600)
13'-7"
(4140)
5'-5"
(1651)
13'-11"
(4242)
5'-5"
(1651)
6'-8 (B)
2500
(1134)
SSP-CO
9'-5"
2" (2045) 4'-3 4" (1302)
(2972) 6'-10" (2083)
7'-1" (2159)
2000 to
4000
adjacent
or(2870)
remote 9'-9"
room
5'-0"
dimension
3'-0" 3'-6" (1067)
1
3000
(1651) 9'-5"13'-7"
5'-5" (1651)
(4369)
5'-5"
(1651) 4'-914"14'-4"
(907(1361)
to3000
1814)
(1524)14'-4"
(914)(4369)
3'-6" (1067)
(1361)5'-5"SSP-CO
(2870)(4140)
7'-1" (2159)
6'-8
2" (2045)
(1454)
9'-9" (2972)
7'-4"
(2235)
1
3500 (1588)
(1651) 9'-5"13'-7"
5'-5" (1651)
(4496)
5'-5"
(1651) 5'-514"14'-9"
3'-6" (1067)
3500 (1588)5'-5"SSP-CO
(2870)(4140)
7'-5" (2261) 14'-9"
6'-8
2" (2045)
(1657)(4496)
9'-9" (2972)
7'-8"
(2337)
1
4000 (1814)
(4140)
5'-8" (1727)
7'-3"
(2210) 5'-514"15'-8"
4'-0" (1219)
4000 (1814)5'-8" (1727)
CO
7'-5" (2261) 14'-11"
7'-8
10'-9" (3277)
7'-8"(4547)
(2337)
10'-5"13'-7"
(3175)
2" (2350)
(1657)(4775)
4500 (2141)
5'-8" (1727)
14'-9" (4496)
5'-11" (1803)
15'-3" (4648)
7'-6" (2286)
16'-0" (4877)
1
8'-9" (2667)
9'-8"(4551)
(2946)
4000
2SP
(2870) 15'-11"
8'-5"15'-2"
(2565)(4623)
5'-8 2" (1740)
7'-6" (2286) 4'-0" (1219)
Notes
5000 5000
AIA(1814)5'-11" (1803)
5'-11" 9'-5"
(1803)

All dimensions
are based
on(3023)
an 8'-0" 10'-2" (3099)(7) 5'-8
(2268)
(1219)
8'-0 " (2438)
8'-9" (2667)
4500 (2041)
(2565)
9'-11"
(1740)
If an12"EBD
(Emergency
Battery4'-0"
Device)
is
(1) Smaller Pit and
Overhead
dimensions2SP
may 8'-5" (5)
1
3
(24388'-9"
mm)(2667)
cab with 10'-2"
a 7'-0"(3099)
(2134 mm)
required,
please
contact
your4'-6"
KONE
Sales
be available per specific
applications.
(1372)*
8'-7
5000 (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565)
2" (1740)
4" (2635)
10'-5" (3175) 5'-8
door. Alternate car and door
heights are 3
Professional
for further detail regarding
Contact your KONE Sales Professional for
1
5000 AIA (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565)
10'-73dimension
8'-9"but
(2667)
4" (3245) 10'-10
2" (1740) 9'-0" (2743) 4'-6" (1372)*
available,
may affect
dimensions J and L .
H . 4" (3321) 5'-8
further information.
Add 8" (203 mm) in non-seismic and 12"
Contact
your local
Sales3'-6"
Representative
1
(1067)
9'-9"
(2972)
(2159) (8) 6'-8
9'-5" (6)
(2870)
7'-1" (2159)
2"C(2045)
4"D(1314)
4'-33KONE
A (305 Amm)
SEISMIC
B7'-1"
SEISMIC
E
in seismic zonesBto clear overhead
regarding
local code
variations when utilizing
1
3
6'-8
9'-9"
(2972)
3000
(1361) OPENING
SSP-CO 9'-5"
(2870)
7'-6"
(2286)
7'-6"
(2286)

2" (2045) 4'-9 4" (1467) 3'-6" (1067)


dimension
for
front-only
passenger
car
if
CAPACITY
HOISTWAY
HOISTWAY
HOISTWAY
HOISTWAY
INTERIOR
INTERIOR
DOOR
the integral and remote closet options.
H
(3) Hoist beams (by KONE)
for
1
1
1
3
lbs.are
(kg)required
TYPE
WIDTH
(mm)
WIDTH
(mm)
DEPTH
(mm)
DEPTH
(mm)
WIDTH
(mm) 5'-5
DEPTH
(mm) 3'-6"
WIDTH
(mm)
cab features
glass-back
wall.
(1067)
3500
(1588)
SSP-CO
9'-5"
(2870)
7'-9
7'-9
6'-8
9'-9"
(2972)
2" (2375)
2" (2375)
2" (2045)
4" (1670)
installation (by others). Dimension H
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4'-0"
(1219)
4000
(1814)
CO
10'-5"
(3175)
7'-9
7'-9
7'-8
5'-5
10'-9"
(3277)

2
"
(2375)

2
"
(2375)

2
"
(2350)

4
"
(1670)
2000 beam.
(907)
SSP
8'-0" (2438) 8'-4" (2540)
6'-4" (1930)
6'-7" (2007)
5'-8 2" (1740) 4'-3 4" (1302) 3'-0" (914)
reflects clear under hoist
Models,
drawings,
6'-8112BIM
4'-314"CAD
3'-6" (1067)
2500below
(1134)the hoistway,
SSP-CO 9'-5" (2870) 9'-9" (2972) 6'-10" (2083)
" (2045)
(1302)
7'-1" (2159) details,
(4) If occupied space exists
(1219)loads
4000 (1814)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 10'-1" (3073)
10'-1" (3073)specifications,
5'-812" (1740)electrical
7'-612" (2299)
data, 4'-0"
reaction
SSP-CO 9'-5" (2870) 9'-9" (2972)
7'-1" (2159)
6'-812" (2045) 4'-9114" (1454) 3'-6" (1067)
7'-4" (2235)
consult your KONE 3000
Sales(1361)
Professional.
8'-012requirements.
4500 (2041)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 10'-7" (3226)
10'-7" (3226)and5'-8
2" (1740)
" (2451) 4'-0" (1219)
building
access
1
3500 (1588)
SSP-CO 9'-5" (2870) 9'-9" (2972)
7'-5" (2261)
6'-8 2" (2045) 5'-514" (1657) 3'-6" (1067)
7'-8" (2337)
5000 (2268) 5'-4"2SP
8'-5"13'-1"
(2565)(3988)
8'-814" (2648) 4'-6" (1372)*
8'-9" (2667) 11'-234" (3422) 11'-234" (3422) 5'-8112" (1740)
2000
(1626)10'-5"

4000 (1814)
CO
7'-8 2" (2350)
5'-5 4" (1657) 4'-0" (1219)
7'-8"3 (2337)
(3175) 10'-9" (3277) 7'-5"
3 (2261)
4'-6" (1372)*
AIA (2268)5'-5"2SP
(2565)(4140)
11'-6(1651)
11'-6 (4242)
(2743) (4242)
8'-9" (2667) 5'-5"
4" (3524)13'-11"
4" (3524) 5'-815'-5"
2" (1740)
2500 5000
3500
(1651)8'-5"13'-7"
(1651)9'-0"13'-11"
(2) B
 uffer service platforms
required
when
2500are
(1134)
SSP-CO
pit depth exceeds 8'-6" (2590 mm).

SERVICE
PASSENGER PASSENGER

6" (1067)
6" (1067)
6" (1067)
0" (1219)

CAPACITY
lbs. (kg)
2000 to 4000

8'-9" (2667) 5'-8"


9'-8"(4242)
(2946)
9'-5"
(2870) 13'-11"
(2565)(4140)
40004000 (1814) 5'-8"2SP
(1728) 8'-5"13'-7"
(1728)
8'-9" (2667)5'-11"
10'-2"
(3099)
4500 (2041) 5'-8"2SP
(2565)(4267)
9'-11"
(3023) 14'-3"
4500
(1728)8'-5"14'-0"
(1803)
(4343)
KONE
Architectural
Planning
Guide
5000
(2268)
2SP
8'-5"
(2565)
10'-2"
(3099)
8'-9"
(2667)
10'-5"
(3175)
5000 5000 AIA
5'-11" (1803) 14'-5" (4394)
5'-11" (1803) 14'-10" (4521)
5000 AIA (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 10'-734" (3245) 10'-1034" (3321)
SERVICE

0" (1219)
0" (1219)
" (1372)*
" (1372)*

Control Space
Front Opening

0" (914)
6" (1067)
6" (1067)
6" (1067)
0" (1219)

CAPACITY
HOISTWAY
2000
5'-3"
5'-3"OPENING
15'-6" HOISTWAY
16'-11" cabinet
5'-7"
6'-7"
2000 lbs.
to 4000
integral
or remote
(kg)
TYPE
WIDTH
(mm)
WIDTH (mm)
(907) (1600)
(1600)
(4724)
(5156)
(1702)
(2007)
(907 to 1814)
7'-8"
2500 2000
5'-3"(907) 5'-3" SSP 15'-0"7'-4" (2235)
16'-11
5'-5" (2337)
6'-5"
2000
to (1134)
4000(1600)SSP-CO
adjacent
or(2540)
remote room
(1134)
(1600)
(4572)8'-4"
(5156)
(1651)
(1956)
2500
8'-8" (2642)
(907
to
1814)
3000
5'-3"
15'-2"8'-4" (2540)
16'-11
5'-5" (2642)
6'-5"
3000
(1361)5'-3"SSP-CO
8'-8"
(1361) (1600)
(1600)
(4623)
(5156)
(1651)
(1956)
3500 (1588) SSP-CO 8'-4" (2540)
8'-8" (2642)
3500
5'-5"
5'-5"
14'-10"
16'-11
5'-5"
6'-5"
4000 (1814)
CO
9'-4" (2845)
9'-8" (2946)
(1588) (1651)
(1651)
(4521)
(5156)
(1651)
(1956)
4000
5'-6"
5'-6"
15'-1"
16'-11
5'-6"
6'-6"
(1814) (1676)
(1676)
(4597)
(5156)
(1676)
(1981)

Front & Reverse


Opening
Front Opening

SEISMIC

CLEAR
PIT
PIT DEPTH
ACLEAR
ADEPTH
SEISMIC
OVERHD (mm) OVERHD (mm) (mm)
(mm)

DOOR
DTH (mm)

SEISMIC

PASSENGER

Front Control
OpeningSpace

I
CAPACITY PIT DEPTH
lbs. (kg)
(mm)

SEISMIC

4'-0" (1219)
2" (1740)
5'-815'-8"
(2286) (4242)
(1727)7'-6"13'-11"
5'-812" (1740)
8'-0 " (2438) 4'-0" (1219)

8'-734" (2635) 4'-6" (1372)*


5'-812" (1740)

1
5'-8 2" (1740) 9'-0" (2743) 4'-6" (1372)*

Clea

CAPACIT
lbs. (kg)

2000
(907)
2500
(1134)
3000
(1361)
3500
(1588)
4000
(1814)

Clea

CAPACIT
lbs. (kg)

2000
(907)
200
2500
250
(1134)
300
3000
350
(1361)

400
3500
(1588)
450
4000
5000
(1814)
(

200
250
300
350
400
250
450
5000
(

5000

KONE EcoSpace

Plan Views
(6)
A
C

D B

Section View
(3)
KONE MonoSpace

E
L
J

(5) (6) H

(7)

Integral Controller Space (standard)

K
KONE EcoSystem MR

L
J

TRAVEL

(7)
Remote Control Closet
(option 1)

(1) (2) I

(7)
J

(4)

B
KONE Polaris

L
Adjacent or
Remote Control Room
(option 2)
KONE Architectural Planning Guide

Front Opening
Control Space

A SEISMIC

HOISTWAY
WIDTH (mm)

HOISTWAY
WIDTH (mm)

HOISTWAY
(1321)
DEPTH (mm)

INTERIOR
(508)
WIDTH (mm)

room
7'-8" (2337)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
8'-8" (2642)
9'-8" (2946)

6'-8"5'-0"
(2032)
(1524)
6'-8" (2032)
7'-2" (2184)
7'-10" (2388)
7'-10" (2388)

1
5'-8dimension
2" (1740)
6'-812" (2045)
6'-812" (2045)
6'-812" (2045)
7'-812" (2350)

2000 to 4000
(907CAPACITY
to 1814)
lbs. (kg)

OPENING
TYPE

integral or remote cabinet

2000
to 4000
2000
(907)
(907 to 1814)
2500 (1134)
3000 (1361)
3500 (1588)
4000 (1814)

remote
SSPadjacent
7'-4"or(2235)
SSP-CO 8'-4" (2540)
SSP-CO 8'-4" (2540)
SSP-CO 8'-4" (2540)
CO
9'-4" (2845)

4'-4"

1'-8"

4'-0"

INTERIOR
DOOR
(1219)
DEPTH (mm)
WIDTH (mm)

(B)
4'-314" (1302) 3'-0"
3'-0" (914)
(914)
4'-314" (1302) 3'-6" (1067)
4'-914" (1454) 3'-6" (1067)
5'-514" (1657) 3'-6" (1067)
5'-514" (1657) 4'-0" (1219)

PASSENGER

KONE MonoSpace Planning Guide:


Machine at Side Configuration

(Available in passenger and service shape with front and rear opening options)

MAX TRAVEL(6,7)
300 ft. (91.4 m)

200, 350, 500 fpm


(1.00,E 1.78, 2.54 m/s)
D
CAR
HEIGHT F
INTERIOR
DOOR
DEPTH (mm)
WIDTH (mm)
8,
9 or 10 ft.
4'-314" (1302) (2438,
3'-0" (914)
2743
4'-314" (1302) or
3'-6"
(1067)
3048
mm)
3'-6" (1067)
ENTRANCE
3'-6" (1067)G
HEIGHT
4'-0"
(1219)
7,
8 or
9 ft.
(2134, 2438
or 2743 mm)

A SEISMIC

B SEISMIC

HOISTWAY
WIDTH (mm)

HOISTWAY
DEPTH (mm)

HOISTWAY
DEPTH (mm)

INTERIOR
WIDTH (mm)

INTERIOR
DEPTH (mm)

DOOR
WIDTH (mm)

4'-0"
4'-314" (1302)
4'-314" (1219)
(1302)
4'-914" (1454)
3'-0"
5'-514" (914)
(1657)
5'-514" (1657)

3'-0" (914)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
4'-0" (1219)

5'-812" (1740) 7'-6" (2286)


5'-812" (1740) 8'-0 " (2438)
500 FPM (2.54 m/s)
5'-812" (1740) 8'-734" (2635)
SEISMIC
1
I
I
H
5'-8 2" (1740) 9'-0" (2743)

4'-0" (1219)
4'-0" (1219)
4'-6" (1372)*
SEISMIC
H (1372)*
4'-6"

integral8'-0"
or remote
SSP
(2438) cabinet
8'-4" (2540)
SSP-CO 9'-5" (2870) 9'-9" (2972)
SSP-CO
9'-5"
adjacent
or (2870)
remote 9'-9"
room(2972)
SSP-CO 9'-5" (2870) 9'-9" (2972)
CO
10'-5" (3175) 10'-9" (3277)

4'-4"
6'-4" (1930)
(1321)
6'-10" (2083)
7'-1" (2159)
5'-0"
7'-5" (2261)
(1524)
7'-5" (2261)

6'-7" (2007) 1'-8"


5'-812" (1740)
6'-812" (2045)
7'-1" (2159) (508)
6'-81(B)
2" (2045)
7'-4" (2235)
dimension
6'-812" (2045)
7'-8" (2337)
7'-812" (2350)
7'-8" (2337)

(1814) H and
2SP Pit 8'-5"
9'-5" (2870)
(2565)
9'-8" (2946)
Clear4000
Overhead
Depth
I 8'-9" (2667)
4500 (2041)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 9'-11" (3023)
10'-2" (3099)
200 FPM (1.00 m/s)
350 FPM (1.78 m/s)
5000 (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 10'-2" (3099)
10'-5" (3175)
SEISMIC
SEISMIC
SEISMIC
I
I
H
H
I
I
5000 AIA (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 10'-734" (3245)H 10'-10H34"SEISMIC
(3321)

PASSENGER

PIT DEPTH

CLEAR

CLEAR

PIT DEPTH

OVERHD (mm) OVERHD (mm) (mm)


2500 (1134) (mm)SSP-CO
9'-5" (2870) 9'-9" (2972)
5'-3"
16'-11"
5'-7"
3000
(1361) 5'-3"SSP-CO15'-6"
9'-5" A
(2870)
(2972)
A9'-9"
SEISMIC
(1600)
(1600)
(4724)
(5156)
(1702)
3500
(1588)
SSP-CO
9'-5"
(2870)
9'-9"
(2972)
CAPACITY
HOISTWAY
5'-3"
5'-3"OPENING15'-0"
16'-11 HOISTWAY
5'-5"
lbs. (1814)
(kg) (1600) TYPE
WIDTH(3175)
(mm)
WIDTH
(mm)
4000
CO (4572)
10'-5"
(3277)
(1600)
(5156)10'-9"
(1651)

PIT DEPTH
(mm)

PASSENGER
SERVICE

2000
(907)
2500
(1134)
3000 2000
5'-3"(907) 5'-3" SSP 15'-2"
16'-11
5'-5"
8'-0"
4000 (1814)
2SP
8'-5" (2438)
(2565) 8'-4"
8'-9" (2540)
(2667)
(1361) 2500
(1600)
(1600)
(4623)
(5156)9'-9"(1651)
(1134)
SSP-CO
9'-5"
(2870)
(2972)
4500 (2041)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667)
3500 3000
5'-5"(1361) 5'-5"SSP-CO14'-10"
16'-119'-9" (2972)
5'-5"
9'-5"
(2268)(1651) 2SP (4521)
8'-5" (2870)
(2565)
(2667)
(1588) 5000
(1651)
(5156)8'-9"(1651)
3500
(1588)
SSP-CO
9'-5"
(2870)
9'-9"
(2972)
AIA (2268)
8'-5" (2565)
400050005'-6"
5'-6" 2SP 15'-1"
16'-118'-9" (2667)
5'-6"
(1814)(1676) CO (4597)
10'-5" (3175)
(3277)
(1814) 4000
(1676)
(5156)10'-9"(1676)

CLEAR

CLEAR

OVERHD (mm) OVERHD (mm)


7'-1" (2159)
7'-1" (2159)
6'-7"
16'-11"
7'-6" B
(2286)
7'-6"16"-11"
(2286)
B
(2007)
(5156) SEISMIC
(5156)
1
1
7'-9
7'-9

2" (2375)

2" (2375)
HOISTWAY 16'-7" HOISTWAY
6'-5"
16"-11"
1
1
DEPTH
(mm)(5055) 7'-9
DEPTH
(mm)
7'-9
2" (2375)
2"(5156)
(2375)
(1956)

6'-5"
16'-10" 6'-7" 16"-11"
6'-4" (1930)
10'-1"
(3073)
10'-1"(2007)
(3073)
(1956)
(5131) 7'-1" (5156)
6'-10"
(2083)
10'-7" (3226)
10'-7"(2159)
(3226)
6'-5"
16'-4" 7'-4"3 16"-11"
7'-1"34(2159)
(2235)
11'-2
" (3422)
" (3422)
(1956)
(4978)11'-2 4(5156)
7'-5"
7'-8"3 (2337)
3 (2261)
11'-6
" (3524)
6'-6" 4" (3524)
16'-7"11'-6 416"-11"
7'-5" (2261)
(2337)
(1981)
(5055) 7'-8" (5156)

PIT DEPTH
(mm)1

PIT DEPTH

CLEAR

CLEAR

(mm)
(mm) OVERHD (mm)
3'-6" (1067)
4" (1314)
4'-33OVERHD
6'-8 2" (2045)
5'-7"1
6'-7"
16"-11"
6'-8
4'-934"D16'-11"
2"C(2045)
(1467) 3'-6"
E(1067)
(1702)
(2007) 3 (5156)
(5156)
1
(1067)
6'-8INTERIOR
2" (2045) 5'-5INTERIOR
4" (1670) 3'-6"
DOOR
5'-5"1
6'-5"
16'-7"
16"-11"
3
WIDTH
(mm)
DEPTH
(mm) 4'-0"
WIDTH
(mm)
(1219)
7'-8
2" (2350)
4" (5055)
(1670)
(1651)
(1956)5'-5
(5156)

5'-5"112" (1740)
6'-5"4'-3114" 16'-10"
5'-8
2" (1740)
(2299)
5'-8
7'-6 2" (1302)
1
(1651)
(1956) 1 (5131)
6'-8
12" (2045) 4'-3 14" (1302)
5'-8 2" (1740) 8'-0 2" (2451)
5'-5"1
6'-5"4'-9114" (1454)
16'-4"
6'-8
5'-8122"" (2045)
(1740)
(2648)
(1651)
(1956)8'-81 4" (4978)
1
6'-8
12" (2045) 5'-5 4" (1657)
5'-8
(2743)
7'-5"2" (1740)
8"-5" 9'-0"
16'-11"
1
7'-812" (2350)
(1657)
(2261)
(2565)5'-5 4" (5156)

16"-11"
3'-0"
(914)
4'-0"
(1219)
(5156)
3'-6"
4'-0" (1067)
(1219)
16"-11"
3'-6"
(1067)
4'-6"
(1372)*
(5156)
3'-6"
(1067)
4'-6"16"-11"
(1372)*
4'-0"(5156)
(1219)

* 4-0 (1219 mm)door width also available


8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667)
4000 (1814)
2SP
9'-5" (2870)
9'-8" (2946)
5'-812" (1740) 7'-6" (2286) 4'-0" (1219)
4500 (2041)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 9'-11" (3023)
10'-2" (3099) 5'-812" (1740) 8'-0 " (2438) 4'-0" (1219)
5000 (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 10'-2" (3099)
10'-5" (3175) 5'-812" (1740) 8'-734" (2635) 4'-6" (1372)*
5000 AIA (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 10'-734" (3245) 10'-1034" (3321) 5'-812" (1740) 9'-0" (2743) 4'-6" (1372)*
2000 to 5000 AIA
integral or remote cabinet
4'-4"
1'-8"
4'-0"
(907 to 2268)
(1321)
(508)
(1219)
2500 (1134)
SSP-CO 9'-5" (2870) 9'-9" (2972)
7'-1" (2159)
7'-1" (2159)
6'-812" (2045) 4'-334" (1314) 3'-6" (1067)
2000
(907)
(1626)
13'-1"
(3988)

4'-934" (1467)
(1067)
2000
to 5000
adjacent
or remote
room 7'-6" (2286) 5'-0"7'-6" (2286)
dimension
(B)
3'-0"
3'-6"
6'-812" (2045)
3000
(1361)AIA5'-4"
SSP-CO
9'-5" (2870)
9'-9" (2972)
2500
(1134)
(1600)
13'-7" (4140)
13'-11"
(4242) 6'-8125'-5"
(1651)
13'-11"
(4242)
(907
to(1588)
2268) 5'-3"
(914)
3'-6"
(1067)
3500
SSP-CO
9'-5" (2870)
7'-91(1651)
7'-912" (2375)
5'-534" (1670)
2" (2375)(1524)
" (2045)
9'-9" (2972) 5'-5"
1
30004000
(1361)
13'-7" 10'-9"
(4140)(3277) 5'-5"
14'-4"
(4369) 7'-8125'-5"
(1651)
14'-4"4'-0"
(4369)
(1219)
(1814) 5'-5"
CO(1651)
10'-5" (3175)
7'-91(1651)
7'-9
5'-534" (1670)
2" (2375)
2" (2375)
" (2350)
3500 (1588)
5'-5" (1651)
13'-7" (4140)
5'-5" (1651)
14'-9" (4496)
5'-5" (1651)
14'-9" (4496)
1
1
(1219)
(1814) 5'-8"
2SP(1727)
8'-5" (2565)
10'-1"
(3073)
10'-1"
" (1740)
8'-9" (2667) 5'-8"
7'-6 2" (2299)
40004000
(1814)
13'-7" (4140)
(1727)
14'-11"(3073)
(4547) 5'-8 27'-3"
(2210)
15'-8"4'-0"
(4775)
1
(1219)
8'-012" (2451)
(2041) 5'-8"
2SP(1727)
8'-5" (2565)
10'-7"(1803)
(3226)
10'-7"
" (1740)
8'-9" (2667) 5'-11"
45004500
(2141)
14'-9" (4496)
15'-3"(3226)
(4648) 5'-8 27'-6"
(2286)
16'-0"4'-0"
(4877)
3
1
1
2SP(1803)
8'-5" (2565)
11'-23(1803)
4" (3422) 11'-2
4" (3422)
8'-9" (2667) 5'-11"
5000 5000
5000(2268)
AIA
5'-11"
15'-2" (4623)
15'-11"
(4551) 5'-8 2" (1740)
8'-8 4" (2648) 4'-6"
(1372)*
(2268)
5000 AIA (2268)
2SP
8'-5" (2565) 8'-9" (2667) 11'-634" (3524) 11'-634" (3524) 5'-812" (1740) 9'-0" (2743) 4'-6" (1372)*
SERVICE

3'-0"
(914)

NTERIOR
DTH (mm)

INTERIOR
DEPTH (mm)

DOOR
WIDTH (mm)

812" (1740)
812" (2045)
812" (2045)
812" (2045)
812" (2350)

4'-314" (1302)
4'-314" (1302)
4'-914" (1454)
5'-514" (1657)
5'-514" (1657)

3'-0" (914)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
3'-6" (1067)
4'-0" (1219)

812" (1740)
812" (1740)
812" (1740)
812" (1740)

7'-6" (2286)
8'-0 " (2438)
8'-734" (2635)
9'-0" (2743)

4'-0" (1219)
4'-0" (1219)
4'-6" (1372)*
4'-6" (1372)*

8 2" (2045)
812" (2045)
812" (2045)
812" (2350)

4'-3 4" (1314) 3'-6" (1067)


4'-934" (1467) 3'-6" (1067)
2000
5'-4" (1626)
13'-1" (3988)

5'-534" (1670) 3'-6" (1067)


2500 3500
5'-5" (1651)
13'-7" (4140)
5'-5" (1651) 13'-11" (4242)
5'-5" (1651) 13'-11" (4242)
Notes
5'-534" (1670) 4'-0" (1219)
4000
5'-8" (1728)
13'-7" (4140)
5'-8" (1728) 13'-11" (4242)
5'-8" (1727) 13'-11" (4242)
(5) All dimensions are based on an 8'-0"
(8) Contact your local KONE Sales Representative
(1) Smaller Pit and Overhead dimensions may be
4500
5'-8" (1728)
14'-0"a(4267)
5'-11"
(1803) 14'-3"
(4343)

1
(2438
mm)
cab
with
7'-0"
(2134
mm)
door.
regarding
local
code
variations
when utilizing
available
per
specific
applications.
Contact
your
7'-6 2" (2299) 4'-0" (1219)
5000 AIA
5'-11" (1803)
5'-11" (1803) 14'-10"
(4521)and remote closet

Alternate
car and14'-5"
door (4394)
heights are available,
the integral
options.
Sales Professional for further5000
information.
4'-0" (1219)
8'-012" (2451)KONE
but will affect dimension H .
(2) Buffer
service platforms are required when pit
4'-6" (1372)*
8'-814" (2648)
(6) For 2,000 lb. (907 kg) capacity, maximum travel
depth exceeds 8'-6" (2590 mm).
9'-0" (2743) 4'-6" (1372)*
= 90' (27.4 m) and maximum openings = 10.
(3) A hoist beam (by KONE) is required for
Visit www.kone.us for the latest job-specific
(7) If an EBD (Emergency Battery Device) is
installation (by others). Dimension H
details, BIM Models, CAD drawings,
required, please contact your KONE Sales
reflects clear under hoist beam.
Professional for further detail regarding
specifications, electrical data, reaction
(4) If occupied space exists below the hoistway,
dimensions J and L .
loads and building access requirements.
consult your KONE Sales Professional.

812" (1740)
812" (1740)
812" (1740)
812" (1740)

1'-8"
508)

4'-0"
(1219)

nsion (B)

3'-0"
(914)

10

SERVICE

3000
(1361)
2000 to
4000
(1588)
(907 to3500
1814)
4000 (1814)

A
HOISTWAY
WIDTH (mm)

PASSENGER

Front & Reverse


Front Opening Opening

4'-0"
(1219)

n (B)

2000 to2000
4000
(907)
(907 to2500
1814)
(1134)

CAPACITY PIT DEPTH


lbs. (kg)
(mm)

Front & Reverse


Opening

4'-9 4" (1454)


5'-514" (1657)
5'-514" (1657)
1

OPENING
TYPE

PASSENGER

SPEED

CAPACITY
lbs. (kg)

SERVICE

36

Control Space
Front Opening

MAX LANDINGS

2000 to 5000 AIA


(907 to 2268)

integral or remote cabinet

4'-4"
(1321)

1'-8"
(508)

4'-0"
(1219)

2000 to 5000 AIA


(907 to 2268)

adjacent or remote room

5'-0"
(1524)

dimension (B)

3'-0"
(914)

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

KONE EcoSpace

Plan Views
(8) (9)

A
C

D B (8)

Section View
(3)
KONE MonoSpace

E
L
J

(10)
Integral Controller Space (standard)

(5) H

(6)

(10)

TRAVEL

(1) (2)

KONE EcoSystem MR

Remote Control Closet


(option 1)

(10)
J

(4)

B
KONE Polaris

L
Adjacent or
Remote Control Room
(option 2)
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KONE EcoSpace

KONE EcoSystem MR

MAX TRAVEL 590 ft. (180 m)


MAX LANDINGS 63
SPEED 200, 350, 400, 500, 700 fpm
(1.00, 1.78, 2.00, 2.54, 3.56 m/s)

(2)

B D

(8)

(4)

CAR HEIGHT F 8, 9 or 10 ft.


(2438, 2743 or 3048 mm)
ENTRANCE HEIGHT G 7, 8 or 9 ft.
(2134, 2438 or 2743 mm)
CLEAR OVERHEAD I and PIT DEPTH

E
C
A

(6)
A

SEISMIC

CAPACITY
OPENING HOISTWAY HOISTWAY HOISTWAY INTERIOR INTERIOR
DOOR

lbs. (kg)
TYPE
WIDTH (mm) WIDTH (mm) DEPTH (mm) WIDTH (mm) DEPTH (mm) WIDTH (mm)

2000 SSP 7'-4" 7'-8" 6'-10" 5'-8 12 " 4'-314 " 3'-0"
(907) (2235) (2337) (2083) (1740) (1302) (914)

2500
SSP-CO
8'-4" 8'-8" 6'-8" 6'-812 " 4'-314 " 3'-6"

(1134) (2540) (2642) (2032) (2045) (1302) (1067)

3000
SSP-CO
8'-4" 8'-8" 7'-2" 6'-812 " 4'-914 " 3'-6"

(1361) (2540) (2642) (2184) (2045) (1454) (1067)
3500 SSP-CO 8'-4"
8'-8"
7'-10"
6'-812 " 5'-514 " 3'-6"

(1588) (2540) (2642) (2388) (2045) (1657) (1067)
4000 CO 9'-4" 9'-8" 7'-10" 7'-812 " 5'-514 " 4'-0"

(1814) (2845) (2946) (2388) (2350) (1657) (1219)

PASSENGER

TRAVEL

4000 2SP 8'-1" 8'-4" 9'-2" 5'-812 " 7'-6" 4'-0"



(1814) (2464) (2540) (2794) (1740) (2286) (1219)

4500
2SP 8'-1" 8'-4" 9'-8" 5'-812 " 8'-0" 4'-0"

(2041) (2464) (2540) (2946) (1740) (2438) (1219)
5000 2SP 8'-1" 8'-4" 10'-2" 5'-812 " 8'-73 4 " 4'-6"*

(2268) (2464) (2540) (3099) (1740) (2635) (1372)

5000 AIA
2SP
8'-8"
8'-11"
10'-73 4 " 5'-812 " 9'-0" 4'-6"*

(2268) (2642) (2718) (3245) (1740) (2743) (1372)

(5)

8'-4" 8'-8" 6'-3 14 " 5'-8 12 " 4'-33 4 " 3'-0"


(2540) (2642) (1911) (1740) (1314) (914)
9'-4"
9'-8"
6'-3 14 " 6'-8 12 " 4'-33 4 " 3'-6"
(2845) (2946) (1911) (2045) (1314) (1067)
9'-4"
9'-8"
6'-9 14 " 6'-8 12 " 4'-93 4 " 3'-6"
(2845) (2946) (2064) (2045) (1467) (1067)
9'-4"
9'-8"
7'-5 14 " 6'-8 12 " 5'-53 4 " 3'-6"
(2845) (2946) (2267) (2045) (1670) (1067)
10'-4" 10'-8" 7'-5 14 " 7'-8 12 " 5'-53 4 " 4'-0"
(3150) (3251) (2267) (2350) (1670) (1219)

4000 2SP

(1814)
4500 2SP

(2041)
5000 2SP

(2268)

5000 AIA
2SP

(2268)

8'-1" 8'-4"
10'-1" 5'-8 12 " 7'-6 12 " 4'-0"
(2464) (2540) (3073) (1740) (2299) (1219)
8'-1" 8'-4" 10'-7" 5'-8 12 " 8'-0 12 " 4'-0"
(2464) (2540) (3226) (1740) (2451) (1219)
8'-1" 8'-4" 11'-2 3 4 " 5'-8 12 " 8'-81 4 " 4'-6"*
(2464) (2540) (3423) (1740) (2648) (1372)
8'-8"
9'-0"
11'-63 4 " 5'-8 12 " 9'-0" 4'-6"*
(2642) (2743) (3524) (1740) (2743) (1372)

PASSENGER

2000 SSP
(907)
2500 SSP-CO

(1134)
3000 SSP-CO

(1361)
3500 SSP-CO

(1588)
4000 CO

(1814)

SERVICE

Front & Reverse Opening

KONE EcoSystem MR

SERVICE

Front Opening

KONE MonoSpace

EcoSystem MR

* 4-0 (1219 mm)door width also available


Clear Overhead

I and Pit Depth J


200 FPM
1.00 m/s

CAPACITY
lbs. (kg)

KONE Polaris

2000
(907)

350 FPM
1.78 m/s

400 FPM
2.03 m/s

500 FPM
2.54 m/s

700 FPM (1,2,3)


3.56 m/s (1,2,3)

PIT
CLEAR
PIT
CLEAR
PIT
CLEAR
PIT
CLEAR
PIT
CLEAR
DEPTH
OVRHD
DEPTH OVRHD DEPTH OVRHD DEPTH OVRHD
DEPTH
OVRHD
(mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm) (mm)

2500-3500
(1134-1588)

5'-3"
(1600)

14'-1"
(4292)

4000
(1814)

5-'3"
(1600)

4500
(2041)




14'-7"
(4445)

6'-0"
(1829)

14'-11"
(4547)

10'-6" 21'-0"


(3200 mm) (6401)
10'-6"
(3200)

21'-0"
(6401)

14'-1" 5'-6" 14'-7" 6'-0" 14'-11" 6'-10" 15'-8"


(4292) (1676) (4445) (1829) (4547) (2083) (4775)

5-'3"
(1600)

14'-7" 5'-6" 15'-1" 6'-0" 15'-5" 6'-10" 16'-2"


(4445) (1676) (4597) (1829) (4953) (2083) (4928)

5000
(2268)

5-'3"
(1600)

14'-7" 5'-6" 15'-1" 6'-0" 15'-5" 6'-10" 16'-2"


(4445) (1676) (4597) (1829) (4953) (2083) (4928)

5000 AIA
(2268)

5'-6"
(1676)

14'-9"
5'-8"
15'-1"
7'-2"
16'-2"
7'-2"
16'-2"
(4496) (1727) (4597) (2184) (4928) (2184) (4928)

12

5'-6"
(1676)

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

6'-10"
(2083)

15'-8"
(4775)

Notes
(1) F or speeds above 700 fpm (3.56 m/s) or travel
above 590' (180 m) contact your KONE Sales
Professional for design and planning assistance.
(2)For 700 fpm (3.56 m/s) front opening passenger
configurations add 2" (51 mm) to the hoistway
depth B .
(3) Information

is based upon chain compensation.
For rope compensation applications, please
consult your KONE Sales Professional.
(4) All
 dimensions are based on an 8'-0" (2438 mm)
cab with a 7'-0" (2134 mm) door. Alternate car
and door heights are available, but will affect
dimension I .
(5) If occupied space exists below the hoistway,
consult your KONE Sales Professional.
(6) Information is based upon structural machine room
floor slabs. For machine beam applications, please
consult your KONE Sales Professional.
(7) M
 achine room height of 8'-0" (2438 mm) is
measured from the machine room floor surface
to underside of the lowest obstruction above
the machine H . Consult your KONE Sales
Professional for details.
(8) For service applications the machine room is
not centered on the hoistway and requires
an additional 7" (178 mm) of width. The
additional 7" (178 mm) should be added to
the counterweight side. Consult your KONE
Sales Professional for details.

Visit www.kone.us for the latest jobspecific details, BIM Models, CAD
drawings, specifications, electrical
data, reaction loads and building
access requirements.

The KONE Polaris destination control system can


dramatically improve the efficiency of your busy elevators!
KONE Polaris offers:
n

smart and easy-to-use elevators

uncrowded elevator cars

better organized lobbies

fewer unnecessary stops

shorter time to destination

less time spent in the elevator

orderly boarding

Just select your destination and let KONE Polaris give you a
perfect elevator experience.

Efficiency, comfort and security


The KONE Polaris is an advanced dispatching system which
is built on top of KONEs industry leading group control
technology. It features many unbeatable software features
and algorithms such as:
n

Artificial intelligence

Genetic algorithm

Traffic forecasting

Multi objective optimization

Fuzzy logic

KONE MonoSpace

Traditional elevator control systems work with very limited


information as they register only the desired travel
direction. The KONE Polaris Destination Control System
(DCS) utilizes additional information like the desired
destination floors and the number of waiting passengers.

KONE EcoSpace

KONE Polaris an effortless elevator experience

With three times more information, KONE Polaris significantly


improves system performance. It leads to increased handling
capacity, shorter waiting times, fewer intermediate stops
and an enhanced passenger experience.
The improvements are most concrete during intense traffic
periods and rush hours when traditional control systems
struggle to cope with the influx of increased demand.

Arrive at your destination in three simple steps


KONE EcoSystem MR

Step 2

Step 3

Select your destination


Select your destination floor at
the Destination Operating Panel
(DOP). The display will tell you
which elevator has been
assigned to you, and where it is
located.

Move to your elevator


Approach the designated
elevator. All elevators are clearly
marked with identifiers above
their doors.

Travel to your destination


quickly and comfortably
Once in the car, the nextstops indicator displays the
destination stops the car will
make. The position indicator
informs you when you have
arrived at your destination floor.

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

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KONE Polaris

Step 1

An introduction to escalators
and autowalks
Definitions and components
An escalator is a moving staircase for transporting people between floors of a building. It is generally agreed that
an escalator is the most efficient means to move large numbers of people between floors.
Item Component

Item Component

Handrail
1

11

Skirting
2

Truss
12

Steps/pallets
3

13

Side cladding

Decking
4

14

Step chain

5
Balustrade

Tracks
15

Horizontal steps/pallets

16

Return station

Drive station

17

Access cover plate

8
Controller

Front plate

10

Handrail drive

Transition radii

6
2
4
5

18
Newel

1
18
9
17

7
8

13
16

14

11
10

15
12

A horizontal autowalk is a conveyor belt that transports people horizontally. Autowalks are generally provided in areas
where people need to walk long distances with luggage, baggage carts or shopping carts. An autowalk is generally flat,
but can be slightly inclined.

1
5
4
9

16

18

14

17

12

15
2

10

14

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

Escalators + Autowalks
Quiet, smooth operation

High levels of reliability

Small installation dimensions

Eco-efficient and economical

Design options to match the image


of your building

KONE TransitMaster 140

KONE TravelMaster 110

Application Supermarkets, department stores, shopping centers


Type Escalator
Rise

Maximum 31'-2" (9.5 m)

Nominal
Step Width 24", 32", 40" (600, 800, 1000 mm)
Balustrade

Glass or solid

Speed

100 fpm (.50 m/s)

Application Heavy traffic, public transportation, metro


Type Escalator
Nominal
Step Width 32", 40" (800, 1000 mm)
Balustrade

Glass or solid

Speed

100 fpm (.50 m/s)

Application Heavy traffic, airports, public transportation, metro

KONE Autowalk

Type Autowalk
Length

Per requirements

The versatile KONE TransitMaster 140 escalator is ideal for


new installations and is specifically designed to meet the
demanding needs of public transportation all the way up to
the demanding requirements of mass transit airport and
railway systems. Our heavy-duty escalators are designed to
enable the seamless flow of large numbers of passengers.
Planning details are available in our full Escalator & Autowalk
Planning Guide. See www.kone.us/escalators or contact your
local KONE Sales Representative for more details.

TheKONEAutowalk achieves the perfect balance between


form and function.An attractive welcome area invites
passengers to take an uncommonly smooth and quiet ride,
while offering options to meet your architectural vision.

Nominal
Pallet Width 32", 40", 48", 56" (800, 1000, 1200, 1400 mm)
Balustrade

Glass or solid

Speed

100 or 130 fpm (.50 or .66 m/s)

Application Retail, airports, stadiums, hotels, leisure venues


Type

KONE EcoMod

The KONE TravelMaster 110 is a commercial escalator


targeted primarily towards the retail segment supermarkets,
department stores and shopping centers. It is designed, from
both a technical and visual point of view, to fulfill customer
requirements in various target segments.

Complete escalator modernization

Nominal
Step Width 24", 32", 40" (600, 800, 1000 mm)
Balustrade

Glass or solid

Speed

100 fpm (.50 m/s)

TheKONEEcoMod escalator modernization solution offers an


innovative and systematic approach to replacing the entire
workings of your escalators and delivering brand new KONE
ECO3000 technology without expensive, disruptive truss removal.

For the latest product information and interactive design tools, visit www.kone.us
KONE Architectural Planning Guide

15

The KONE TravelMaster 110 is a commercial escalator


primarily targeted towards the retail segment supermarkets,
department stores and shopping centers.

Notes
(1) Details represent standard KONE escalator configurations.
Please consult your Sales Professional to review all possible
deviations.
(2)Please visit www.kone.us for the latest job-specific details,
electrical data, reaction loads, architectural toolbox and
building access requirements.

KONE TransitMaster 140

KONE TravelMaster 110

KONE TravelMaster 110

KONE TM110 Basic Data



30
2 or 3
degrees
Level

Steps


3'-338" or
31'-2"
4'-11"
(9.5 m)
(1.0 or
1.5 m)
Upper
Radius

24", 32"
Glass, Solid
3'-338"
100 fpm
ANSI
Inside
C-type
and 40"
Vertical
(1000 mm) (0.5 m/s)
Chain
(600, 800,
Roller
1000 mm)

KONE EcoMod

KONE Autowalk

Inclination Level Radii Maximum Nominal Balustrade Balustrade Speed Electrification Chain Type Handrail Environment

Steps Vertical Rise Step Width
Height

16

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

Indoor
Semioutdoor
or Outdoor

KONE TM140 escalators are available


in two step widths, glass or solid
balustrades and many other available
options and finishes. The robust
design, coupled with excellence in
manufacturing and service, keep
KONE at the top of the list of
preferred suppliers of escalators for
airports and lightly used railway or
metro stations, public access, office
or retail applications.

KONE TM140 Basic Data

Notes

Inclination

30 degrees

(1) D
 etails represent standard
KONE escalator configurations.
Please consult your Sales
Professional to review all
possible deviations.

Level Steps

24 Level Steps

(2)Please visit www.kone.us


for the latest job-specific
details, electrical data,
reaction loads, architectural
toolbox and building access
requirements.

KONE TravelMaster 110

KONE TransitMaster 140

Radii 4'-11" or 8'-10" (1.5 or 2.7 m)



Upper Radius
Maximum
Vertical Rise

60'-0" (18 m)

Nominal
Step Width

32" and 40"


(800 and 1000 mm)

Balustrade

Glass or Solid Inclined

Balustrade Height

3'-338" (1000 mm)

Speed

100 fpm (0.5 m/s)

Electrification

Outside Chain Roller

Handrail

KONE TransitMaster 140

Chain Type

ANSI

V-type

Environment Indoor, Semi-outdoor



or Outdoor

Detail 1

KONE Autowalk

Detail 2

66 [1678]

Width of escalator

57 [1440]

Handrair outer edge distance

40 [1000]

Safety fence

KONE EcoMod

For detailed options


and dimensional design
data, please contact a
KONE representative.

Width of truss
Pit width

65 [1640]
70 [1780]

KONE Architectural Planning Guide

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KONE TravelMaster 110


KONE TransitMaster 140

KONE Autowalk
Stanchion

KONE Autowalks have been installed


in all types of applications. Exposition
centers, stadiums, auditoriums and
airports are only a few of the many
applications where autowalks can move
high numbers of people smoothly
and efficiently. High-profile projects
include: The Denver International
Airport, Miami International Airport,
Atlanta International Airport and
Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.

KONE Autowalk
Inclination

Stanchion Basic Data

0 deg 3 deg at ends


for no wellway applications

Nominal
Pallet Width

32", 40", 48" and 56" (800,


1000, 1200 and 1400 mm)

Balustrade Glass or Solid Vertical Panels


Balustrade
Height

2'-10316" (868 mm)

Speed 100 fpm (0.5 m/s)


or 130 fpm (0.65 m/s)
Electrification

ANSI

Chain Type Rollers outside chain links


Handrail

V-type

Notes
(1) D
 etails represent standard KONE autowalk
configurations. Please consult your Sales
Professional to review all possible deviations.
(2)Please visit www.kone.us for the latest
job-specific details, electrical data, reaction
loads, architectural toolbox and building
access requirements.

KONE EcoMod

KONE Autowalk

Environment Indoor, Semi-outdoor


or Outdoor

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KONE Architectural Planning Guide

KONE Autowalk Stanchion Style


Basic Data
NOMINAL PALLET
WIDTH (A) (mm)
32" (800)

FINISHED WIDTH
(B) (mm)

ROUGH OPENING
(C) (mm)

4'-1118" (1052)

5'-118" (1553)

40" (1000)

5'-615 16"

48" (1200)

6'-234"

(1700)

5'-815 16" (1751)

(1899)

6'-4 34" (1950)

56" (1400)

6'-101 2"

(2096)

7'-01 2" (2146)

Its wise to modernize

New escalators the quick and easy way


New technology = better escalators
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Improved equipment dependability


and performance

Enhanced safety and reliability

E nergy-efficient technology for reduced


operating costs

Improved user experience with


smoother rides

Increased building value

For additional information


please contact your KONE
Sales Representative.

Quicker, cleaner and less costly than a


new installation

Modifying the existing truss means no


major structural modifications

Reuse of existing cladding and


decking for significant cost-savings

One or more escalators always


available to passengers

Increased building value and


simplified budgeting process

Traditional Installation Disadvantages


n

Lengthy process with extensive


construction

Substantial general contractor costs for


work by others

Additional time for removal and prep of


structural and related elements

Complete escalator shutdown


during construction

Major disruption to people flow

KONE TransitMaster 140

KONE is the only company that offers


a complete escalator modernization
solution without the expense and
disruption of removing the existing
truss. KONE EcoMod delivers brand
new escalator technology without the
need to demolish floors, roofs and
building faades, and theres always
an escalator available for passengers.
EcoMod is designed to be compatible
with both KONE escalators and
equipment from other manufacturers.
During modernization we can maintain
continuous people flow through the
ability to keep one escalator running
while we work on the other.

EcoMod Installation Advantages

KONE TravelMaster 110

KONE EcoMod

Quick and Easy Installation


1

upper module

incline modules

KONE Autowalk

A KONE EcoMod complete escalator modernization begins with the


removal of all existing mechanical and electrical components. The existing
truss is then modified to accept KONE EcoMod modules, allowing
quick installation of the latest technology without major disruption.

lower module

KONE EcoMod

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Alabama
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Arizona
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205-944-1032
251-661-7522
623-434-3599
520-624-3125

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California
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San Francisco
Santa Barbara

714-890-7080
916-372-1458
858-578-5100
510-351-5141
805-349-1013

Colorado
Denver

303-792-3423

Connecticut
Hartford

860-257-9277

Delaware

856-251-1555

District of Columbia
Washington, DC
301-459-8660

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Kansas
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316-942-1201

Kentucky
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North Dakota

651-452-8062

Ohio
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Cleveland
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513-755-6195
440-546-1100
614-866-1751

502-491-0565

Louisiana
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405-682-5651
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225-291-5270
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856-488-8830
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616-534-3300

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816-531-2140
314-521-8800
417-862-1174

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512-443-0967
469-549-0581
281-442-6619
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239-598-9310
407-812-8033
813-635-0330

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770-427-3373

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406-449-1399

801-977-1144

808-836-2231

Nebraska
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Utah
Salt Lake City

402-592-7381

Vermont

781-828-6355

702-269-0919

Virginia
Richmond

804-328-1032
425-861-9696

Idaho

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and MonoSpace are registered
trademarks of KONE Inc.
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and specifications
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515-243-0109
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Florida
Jacksonville
Miami
Naples
Orlando
Tampa

Hawaii
Honolulu

KONE Inc. reserves the right to alter


design and specifications without
prior notice.

Iowa
Des Moines
Quad Cities

801-977-1144

Illinois
Chicago
Peoria
Quad Cities
Rockford
Springfield

630-629-3100
309-697-9011
309-797-3232
815-874-1502
217-544-5461

Indiana
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260-484-9586
317-788-0061

Nevada
Las Vegas

781-828-6355

New Jersey
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Washington
Seattle

908-626-0220

New Mexico
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505-888-0626

West Virginia
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614-866-1751
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New York
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New York City

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Wisconsin
Milwaukee

262-373-0460

Wyoming

303-792-3423

North Carolina
Charlotte

704-597-0430

Manitoba
Winnipeg

204-895-2942

Nova Scotia
Bedford

902-450-1102

Quebec
Montreal
Quebec City
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514-284-5663
418-877-1494
819-821-2182

Ontario
Hamilton
Kingston
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Toronto

905-648-3188
613-531-6262
613-225-8222
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New Hampshire

Canada Offices
Alberta
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