Two Stannah passenger lifts were installed as part of the multi-million redevelopment of the National Army Museum in Chelsea, London.
Located adjacent to the Royal Hospital Chelsea, home of the venerated Chelsea Pensioners, the museum was reopened by HM The Queen in March 2017, following a three-year £23.75 million re-development including £11.5 million from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF).
Comprising a 26-person and 17-person lift operating in a single wall-mounted shaft, the two lifts were designed and built to withstand the demands of escalating visitor traffic.
The lifts feature both flush and deeper architraves to maximise style and performance and a 4-panel, centre-opening doors for ease of access. The Flush-mounted landing operation panels and indicators are for ease of navigation and the state-of-the-art sensitive door edges detect passengers or objects during doors closing.
Further passenger-reassurance is delivered via an autodialler, an automatic phone call system for use in emergencies, installed in accordance with the Health and Safety regulation changes of 1999. Importantly, the lifts also ensure that the premises’ owners comply with the Equality Act 2010.
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