Have you ever had someone stuck in an elevator, or fear they will?
Was your elevator service company unable to determine the root cause for a breakdown?
Have you ever gotten an elevator-related bill for things such as a power outage,
a rock stuck in the door track, or a dirty reflector?
Do you have concerns about a lawsuit from someone getting hurt on the elevator, not
really knowing what happened, to be able to counter misinformed allegations?
“Madden Electronic Monitoring System” is turning a lot of heads, saving thousands and providing 24/7/365 monitoring solutions. Call today to learn about the MEMS advantage!
Our MCP (Maintenance Control Program) is top notch in the industry. We developed a program as outlined by A17.1 Elevator Code for Elevators and Escalators.
ASME A17.1 Code for Elevators & Escalator 126.96.36.199 General Maintenance Requirements: A written Maintenance Control Program shall be in place to maintain the equipment in compliance with the requirements of 8.6. (a) The Maintenance Control Program shall consist of but not be limited to, examinations, maintenance, and tests of equipment at scheduled intervals in order to ensure that the installation conforms to the requirements of 8.6. The maintenance procedures and intervals shall be based on (a) equipment age, condition, and accumulated wear (b) design and inherent quality of the equipment (c) usage (d) environmental conditions (e) improved technology (f) the manufacturer’s recommendations for any SIL rated devices or circuits (2) cleaning, lubricating, and adjusting applicable components at regular intervals and repairing or replacing all worn or defective components where necessary to maintain the installation in compliance with the requirements of 8.6.
Can be put on any elevator or escalator make or model
Monitoring even if you are still in a contract with other companies
Developed MCP: maintenance control programs
Allows us to do “Predictive Maintenance” by monitoring runs, door cycles, switches
and relays. “We know and can resolve issues many times before problems fully develop”