Definition of Elevator Guide Rail Alignment Gauge:
Elevator Rail Alignment Gauge, which is called Elevator Guide Rail Alignment Tool, or Ruler. It is a new kind of high precision elevator guide rail installation tool, and suited for guide rail installation technology with scaffold and no scaffold.
Guide rails are used to guide the vertical movement of an elevator in an elevator shaft. There are two guide rails on the opposite walls of the elevator shaft and the elevator is linked to the guide rails through guide shoes or guide rollers facing the guide rails. Guide rails are constructed from multiple guide rail sections that are connected to each other from their vertical ends to form a continuous guiding structure for the elevator. The connection between two adjacent guide rail sections is secured through a connecting element, for example a fishplate, that is attached to both guide rail sections through bolts or similar. The guide rails are attached to the walls of the elevator shaft through brackets. The accurate alignment of the adjacent guide rail sections is necessary to prevent disturbances in the elevator path when it moves over a junction of two guide rail sections and to ascertain that the guide shoes or guide rollers touch the guide rails. The guide rail alignment gauge and the method for correcting guide rail alignment errors are in particular, but not only, intended for elevators, especially for passenger or cargo elevators of buildings. So, the elevator guide rail alignment gauge is a safety tool to ensure the elevator car is running in safe. Here is the Elevator Guide Rail Alignment Gauge from ElevatorVip. If you need, please contact us.