KR20070024457A - High-rise fire fighting, rescue and construction equipement - Google Patents

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KR20070024457A
KR20070024457A KR1020067007174A KR20067007174A KR20070024457A KR 20070024457 A KR20070024457 A KR 20070024457A KR 1020067007174 A KR1020067007174 A KR 1020067007174A KR 20067007174 A KR20067007174 A KR 20067007174A KR 20070024457 A KR20070024457 A KR 20070024457A
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일야 젠나디에비치 고르데에프
이고르 아이. 골드슈타인
바레리 일리치 니키틴
블라디미르 아바노비치 말로레트코프
블라디미르 알렉산드로비치 바라루시킨
에카테리나 알렉산드로브나 비노그라도바
타티야나 페드로브나 야코블레바
니콜라이 니콜라에비치 엘리세프
이고라 라파엘레비치 카지모프
파벨 블라디미로비치 코르차긴
마리나 예브게예브나 코르차지나
이반 파브로비치 코르차진
안나 블라디미로브나 코세바야
바실리 빅토로비치 코세보이
비아체스라브 르보비치 크리멘토프
스베트라나 에브게예브나 티르스카야
레오니드 미카일로비치 페오크디스토프
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    • BPERFORMING OPERATIONS; TRANSPORTING
    • B66HOISTING; LIFTING; HAULING
    • B66BELEVATORS; ESCALATORS OR MOVING WALKWAYS
    • B66B7/00Other common features of elevators
    • B66B7/02Guideways; Guides
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A62LIFE-SAVING; FIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62BDEVICES, APPARATUS OR METHODS FOR LIFE-SAVING
    • A62B35/00Safety belts or body harnesses; Similar equipment for limiting displacement of the human body, especially in case of sudden changes of motion
    • A62B35/0043Lifelines, lanyards, and anchors therefore
    • A62B35/0062Rail-form lifelines for permanent installation
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A62LIFE-SAVING; FIRE-FIGHTING
    • A62BDEVICES, APPARATUS OR METHODS FOR LIFE-SAVING
    • A62B5/00Other devices for rescuing from fire
    • EFIXED CONSTRUCTIONS
    • E04BUILDING
    • E04GSCAFFOLDING; FORMS; SHUTTERING; BUILDING IMPLEMENTS OR OTHER BUILDING AIDS, OR THEIR USE; HANDLING BUILDING MATERIALS ON THE SITE; REPAIRING, BREAKING-UP OR OTHER WORK ON EXISTING BUILDINGS
    • E04G3/00Scaffolds essentially supported by building constructions, e.g. adjustable in height
    • E04G3/28Mobile scaffolds; Scaffolds with mobile platforms

Abstract

Elevator system for running over rails (1) attached to the exterior of tall buildings (2). The rail is H-shaped and has trolleys 37 and 38 connected to a traveling cable on the channel above the rail to lift the elevator up and down. The motor 7 rotates the spools 9 and 10 with the cables 35 and 36 connected to the trolley. The elevator has a telescoping arm 18 attached to reach any point on the building. The platform or cabin 20 attached to the telescoping arm during construction can transport the material into the building and then use it for maintenance such as window cleaning. Telescoping arms may have various attachments for other functions, such as to rescue a person trapped in a tall building during a fire, or to transport firefighters or fire fighting equipment.

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HIGH-RISE FIRE FIGHTING, RESCUE AND CONSTRUCTION EQUIPEMENT}

The present invention relates generally to elevator systems and hoisting equipment that runs over rails attached to the exterior of a building. The rail can support two cables that elevate two elevators. The elevator system can have two carriages, a combination elevator and a crane and an elevator. The invention also relates to combination elevators and cranes that run on rails attached to the exterior of buildings for use in high-rise structures.

The elevator system can have two carriages, a combination elevator and a crane and an elevator. Other rail systems and rail coupling systems can be used. The elevator portion can be powered and can be driven up and down the rail itself or a cable can be used to elevate the elevator. The rail section can be installed in the building together with the elevator above the rail section and can be connected to another rail section, or the elevator can be installed on the rail by a swing arm. The elevator portion can be permanently attached to the building rail or can be transferred to the building. The crane portion may also have fire extinguishing equipment for accessing all parts of the building.

The invention also relates to two elevators on rails with corridors attached between them to function as a mobile platform for fire fighting, emergency rescue, building construction and maintenance.

The present invention can be used for fire fighting and rescue, and can also be used for the construction and maintenance of high-rise structures.

Currently, vertical transport of high-rise structures is limited to stairs and elevators.

Firefighters outside the building are limited to the height reached by the ladder when fire fighting or attempting rescue. Construction and maintenance of the building is restricted to access to the exterior walls and roof of the building. Window cleaning, for example, is limited to planks that hang indefinitely on ropes extending from the top of the building. The construction of the building similarly limits the need for scaffolding on the outside of tall buildings, the difficulty of easy transport and access from all areas. Some buildings have elevators on the outside of the building, providing excellent views from the side of the building. These are standard elevators and are not used in fires. The elevator has a cable and is included in the structure of the building to protect the elevator portion. The walls of the elevator are usually made of glass so that people in the elevator can see through the sides of the building. The elevators are not available for a large number of people to exit the building in the event of fire and are not useful for extinguishing or performing maintenance or construction work on the building.

A window-laundry platform using a rope is used on one of the sides of the platform that supports the platform to run up and down from the side of the building. The rope is rotated and wound around the barrel by an electric motor that can be operated by human manipulation on the platform. There is no device on the entire surface of the building that can be raised and lowered to reach any point on the building surface and can be used for fire fighting, emergency rescue, building maintenance or window cleaning.

The present invention utilizes an elevator having a crane portion. The elevator part is to move up and down vertically on the outside of the building. The crane portion extends to form the elevator portion in the intended position of the building. The crane portion may support the cabin for rescue in the event of a fire. The cabin may also have fire extinguishing equipment for access to all parts of the building. The crane can also pull building materials to any location in the building under construction and can be used for window cleaning or other maintenance activities outside the building.

The crane portion has a telescoping arm for adjusting the distance between the cabin and the elevator. The telescoping arm has a pivot at both ends. One pivot is attached to the cabin to keep the cabin floor horizontal. The second pivot is such that the telescoping arm is at an angle to the elevator portion. The rotating part of the elevator part swings the telescoping arm towards or away from the building.

The elevator portion has a telescoping pawl for adjusting the distance between the cabins on the other end of the telescoping pawl. The pivot attached to the elevator portion is such that the cabin is at an angle with respect to the elevator portion.

Rails attached to the side of the building are connected by wheels and clamped to the rails to secure the elevator portion and propel the elevator portion vertically on the rail. The clamping property allows the elevator portion to be connected to or disconnected from the building. Thus, the elevator part can be moved to another part of the building or transferred to another building when necessary.

A transport vehicle having a telescoping arm, a rotational mechanism and a pivoting mechanism can be located in the elevator part near the rail for connection.

Cabins or platforms attached to telescoping poles on elevator parts can perform many tasks and transport goods or workers to buildings during construction, and can also be used to rescue people from fire fighting or buildings.

The invention also uses a second elevator. Both elevators run vertically on an H-shaped rail that is attached to the side of the building. The rail has a channel for running two separate cables connected to two separate trolleys running in a channel for moving the elevator up and down on the rail. The rail is connected to the wheel of the elevator to stabilize the elevator. The wheel may be mounted to an arm that temporarily clamps or pivots the elevator to the rail so that the elevator can be connected to the rail or the elevator wheel can be permanently connected to the rail.

The swing arm can be opened to remove the elevator from the rail so that the elevator can be transported to another rail in the same building or to a rail in another building.

Optionally, the elevator can be permanently fixed to the H rail, and the opening can proceed along with the gearwheel connected to the opening of the rail. Elevators are attached to rail sections added to existing rails to extend the rails in the building and attach the elevator to the building.

The telescopic arm consists of two parts connected to each other with the aid of a turning mechanism. The telescopic arm has a pivot attached at its end to the clamp with the aid of a vertical rotation mechanism. The clamp also pivots outside the barriered platform with the help of a vertical rotation mechanism and the cabin is hung on the platform.

The cabin itself can rotate 360 degrees around its vertical axis with the aid of a rotation mechanism. The elevator part has a sliding door and a cabin for connecting with the cabin. The vertical opening with stairs consists of two parts that connect with the emergency elevator.

For safety reasons, elastic profiles are used for elevator partial contact surfaces and top surfaces of free-standing elevators. Support elements of the resilient profile are provided below the contact surface of the elevator part and above the freestanding elevator. For constant fuel and liquid supply, cabins, elevator parts and free-standing elevators are provided with compartments for storing fire protection foam and other liquids and hoses.

Also for operation control, the cabin of the elevator section is provided with an additional control panel. The work surface has guide slots to improve contact between the resilient tires and the H-shaped rails.

A pair of elevators running on rails on the wall of the building have platforms extending between them to reach any point on the building's surface as the elevators move up and down simultaneously. It may be walked through adjacent corridors, connected to the outside of an elevator for emergency rescue operations, or moved up and down into the corridors.

The pair of elevators on each side of the building can be raised and lowered in cooperation with each other or individually for rescue. Elevators with other elevators or cranes can then be used immediately and in conjunction with elevator platforms with platforms and corridors on top for fire fighting or building construction or maintenance.

The present invention utilizes the functional compartment of a building. The sliding frame is connected to and installed with the aid of the jack mechanism. The sliding frame can slide over and outside the building's exterior limits. Smooth and safe slides of the frame are ensured by support wheels that slide into guide rails mounted on the surface of the functional compartment.

The sliding frame is installed at the front part together with a receiving panel having left and right pocket guiders mounted thereon.

In order to be able to connect with the receiving panel, the attachable section of the H-rail is provided with a mounting panel having a square structure similar to the receiving panel; The thickness of the mounting panel is smaller than the gap between the pocket guider and the outer surface of the receiving panel to assist the connection. For safety, the receiving panel is provided with a mounting panel having an inclined guide side and a lower rounded corner; The lower part of the functional compartment has a concrete foundation for safe mounting-refit operation; The secondary part has a movable ladder that safely transports a person from the cabin to the secondary part.

To fully mechanize the building walls and windows with the help of the cabin, the rear surface of the cabin is equipped with a removable frame with a round mechanical brush and a profile with holes for fluid injectors and air passages. The frame is provided with a fixed handle in order to ensure the mountable detachability of the attachable frame.

It is an object of the present invention to provide vertical and horizontal transport on the exterior surface or roof of a building.

It is an object of the present invention to transfer fire fighting equipment to a point outside the building.

It is an object of the present invention to rescue a person from a building during a fire extinguishing or other emergency.

It is an object of the present invention to transfer building materials to any part of a building during construction.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a platform for construction or maintenance personnel working in buildings.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a firefighting and rescue system capable of moving to a high rise structure.

The object of the present invention is to quickly and easily install an elevator on a rail on the outside of a building.

It is an object of the present invention to add a rail section to a building rail system with an elevator on a rail section added for quick installation of an elevator on a building.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a telescopic arm consisting of two parts interconnected with a swing mechanism; The telescopic arm is pivoted with a clamp with a vertical rotation mechanism, which is pivoted on an external platform provided with a barrier in which the cabin is encapsulated to allow full rotation around the vertical axis.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an elevator part having a cabin with a sliding door, a vertical opening with a two-part staircase, an independent and a vertical opening on an elevator part and an independent elevator guided by an independent elevator. The elevator has a hatch below the vertical opening.

The object of the present invention is to provide a resilient element on the support element and contact cabin platform of a free-standing elevator for safety.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a compartment in a self-contained elevator and a cabin of the elevator part for permanent additional fuel and liquid.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an additional control panel in a cabin.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a guide slot in the working surface of an H-shaped rail for a foundation tire.

It is an object of the present invention to coordinate the movement of the platform on building walls with different elevators for construction and other functions.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a platform across a building surface for fire extinguishing.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a platform across a building surface for use in building construction and maintenance.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a functional compartment of a building; In the compartment the sliding frame is mounted in connection with a jack mechanism to help the sliding frame move above the outside limits on the building and the rear. Safety and smooth sliding of the frame are ensured by supporting wheels which interconnect with the guider in the surface of the functional compartment.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a receiving panel on the front of which a functional compartment with pocket guiders on the left and right sides of the panel.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a connection of an attachable section of an H-shaped rail with a receiving panel; The attachable section of the H-shaped rail is provided with the same square mounting panel as the receiving panel; The thickness of the mounting panel is smaller than the gap between the mounted pocket guider and the outer surface of the receiving panel to ensure connection.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a receiving panel having an inclined guide side with rounded corners at the bottom for a secure connection.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a concrete foundation in the lower part of the functional partition for safe mounting of the attachable section of the H-shaped rail.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an auxiliary part with a ladder that is movable to safely transport a person from the cabin section to the auxiliary part.

It is an object of the present invention to provide a frame attachable to the rear surface of a cabin with a round mechanical brush and profile with holes for fluid injectors and air passages for complete mechanized cleaning of building walls and windows.

It is an object of the present invention to provide an attachable frame having a fixing handle which enables the mounting and detachment of the attachable frame to the rear surface of the cabin.

Other objects, advantages and novel features of the invention will become apparent from the following description of the preferred embodiments when considered in conjunction with the accompanying drawings.

1 is a front view of a building with a self-propelled unit supporting a fire fighting system.

2 is a top sectional view of an elevator column.

3 is a side view of a rail section of an elevator with a crane and a transport vehicle.

4 is a side view of an elevator having a crane installed on a rail;

5 is a plan view of an elevator with a wheel and an open arm released from the rail when installing the elevator to the rail;

6 is a plan view of an elevator having a wheel and a closed arm coupled to the rail with a self-propelled unit disposed on the rail;

7 is a sectional view of an elevator connected to a rail and a trolley.

8 is a sectional view of an elevator on an H-type rail.

9 is a side sectional view of an elevator with a crane on an H-type rail.

10 is a side view of an elevator with a crane on a transport vehicle.

11 is a top view of an elevator with a crane and rail section attached to a building.

12 is a plan view of the elevator wheel and gear wheel on the rail;

13 is a side view of the elevator wheel and gear wheel on the rail;

14 is a perspective view of a rail attachment section.

15 is a side view of an elevator above an attachment section installed in a building.

16 is a perspective view of a transport vehicle installing an elevator and an attachment section in a building.

17 is a front view of a building with an elevator and crane system used for fire extinguishing and rescue.

18 is another side view of the invention in a vehicle.

19 is a plan view of the invention according to FIG. 18 in a vehicle.

20 is a plan view of an elevator portion installed on the H-shaped rail.

It is a front view of the elevator part provided in the H type rail.

22 is a perspective view of an attachment section of the H-shaped rail.

23 is a side view of the attachment section of the H-shaped rail.

24 is a perspective view of an elevator portion installed on the H-shaped rail.

25 is a side view of an elevator portion connected to the cabin.

26 is a side view of an elevator portion that is connected to an independent elevator.

27 is a front view of a building with an elevator and crane system used for fire fighting and rescue.

28 is a side view in accordance with the present invention of a functional compartment of a building having a moved-in sliding frame.

FIG. 29 is a side view of a functional compartment of a building having a moved-out sliding frame. FIG.

30 is a front view of the attachable section of the H-shaped rail moving in connection with the permanently installed H-shaped rail;

Fig. 31 is a perspective view of an elevator portion installed on the H-shaped rail.

32 is a front view of a building with an elevator and crane system used for fire fighting and rescue.

33 is a perspective view of a cabin with equipment installed for mechanized cleaning of building walls and windows.

FIG. 34 shows two sides of a building equipped with an elevator with an elevator cap and a crane used in a fire in addition to a corridor extending between two elevators outside the building.

35 is a side view of a building with two elevators with rails mounted to the outside of the building and supporting the corridor.

36 is a cross-sectional view of a corridor portion supported by an elevator on a building surface.

37 is a plan view of an elevator supporting the corridor at the corner of the building showing how the corridors interact.

38 is a plan view of an elevator connected to the rails at the exterior surface of the building and the corridor portion of the elevator.

39 is a side view of an elevator connected to the rails at the exterior surface of the building and the corridor portion of the elevator.

40 is a side view of a building foundation having an elevator with a crane and a crane with rails attached to the side of the building.

High-rise buildings are very dangerous in the case of fire because they have only firefighting facilities that are shorter than the upper floor and reach only the lower floor, such as ladders, cherry pickers and other installations. Another danger is that the elevator inside cannot be used in a fire because people can be trapped in the elevator or exposed to smoke. Therefore, it is difficult to introduce a high-rise building to rescue people trapped inside or perform firefighting operations.

In high-rise buildings it is difficult to access the building surface from outside the upper floor. In case of fire, firefighters must approach the building surface to extinguish the fire and rescue the people on the upper floor.

It is also helpful to have equipment that accesses the exterior surface of the building for window cleaning and maintenance. The equipment can also be used to import materials and workers from locations outside the building during construction, or to access upper floors and roofs during construction.

The present invention includes an elevator portion vertically up and down outside the building and a crane portion for extending the arm to the intended position of the building. The crane portion may support cabin cabins for firefighting and may have fire protection for accessing all parts of the building. The crane is used to rescue people in the building and to extend the cap to connect any part of the building surface for fire fighting operations.

The system does not transport or evacuate people directly from the cabin to the elevator part and the free-standing elevator (and rear) and from the elevator part directly to the free-standing elevator (and rear).

Other features may also be added to the elevator system for the exterior of the building that can be used to facilitate access to the building surface and increase the number of people who can be rescued for use in emergencies for other building construction or maintenance. have.

Cables can also be used to elevate the elevator on the attached rail outside the building. The cable allows the elevator cap to be lighter because an electric motor to propel the elevator can be moved to the side of the building to manipulate the cable than it is in the elevator.

In addition, a second elevator, which increases the transport capacity, can be added to proceed over the rails connecting the elevator and crane so that more people can be rescued in a shorter time.

As shown in FIG. 1, the present invention relates to a vertical column or rail 1 attached to a building 2 and an elevator car 3 attached to a rail 1 to move up and down outside an elevator vehicle or building 2. 4) is provided. The rail 1 on the side of the building 2 may be an I beam, an H beam type rail, a pole or other supporting means. The rail 1 may have a high friction surface 26 for connecting the wheels 27 to the elevator part 3. As shown in the figure, the H-shaped rail 1 having the friction surface 26 is connected to the central portion of the H-shaped, which prevents the rail from moving left and right with respect to the building 2.

The wheel is supported on a frame 53 which is attached to an arm 54 which can be extended. Arm 54 opens and closes by pivoting at the hinge and moving piston 56. The elevator part 3 can be removed from the H-shaped rail 1 when the arm 54 is opened. The elevator portion 3 is attached to the rail 1 when the arm 54 is closed and clamped on the H-shaped rail 1. The rear of the H-shaped rail is attached to the building 2.

The additional wheel of the extended arm rotated 90 degrees to the first set of wheels with the elevator part 3 attached to the rail 1 has a tire connected to the inner surface of the upper part of the H-shaped rail 1.

An additional wheel together with the tire is connected to the outer surface of the top of the H-shaped rail 1. The wheels on the inner and outer surfaces above the H-shaped rail 1 are pressed against each other by a jack device 56 that attaches to the rail 1 and connects the telescoping beam 58 to press the engine compartment 86. The engine compartment 86 has an engine or electric motor such that power is supplied to a wheel attached so that the elevator part 3 is along the rail 1.

The guide 30 indented into the rail 1 is connected to a wheel, such as a cogwheel 31, which is connected to an opening in the rail 1 to fix the rail. The brake 60 can be used to stop the elevator portion 30 in an emergency by pressing the emergency brake 61 in the cabin 3 dsurufed to the brake cable 62. In some embodiments, the toothed wheel 31 This drive wheel can be used.

The building 2 is a lift comprising motors 7 and 8 to drive two separate spools 9 with two separate cables 10 and 35 respectively for lifting and lowering the elevator vehicles 3 and 4. It has a housing 5 on the roof containing a mechanism.

The elevator 4 is stored in the housing 5 until needed and aligned with the emergency exit 11 outside the building 2 to evacuate people in an emergency, such as a fire.

A shock absorbing element, such as a spring 12 at the base of the pillar 1, helps the elevator vehicle 4 to stop smoothly at the base of the building 2.

The auxiliary power source 13 can be used to power the motors 7, 8 to power the elevators 3, 4 in the event of a power outage in the building 2. The auxiliary power source 13 is fitted to the electrical connector 14 of the column 1. The control means of the elevators 3, 4 may be in the elevator or remotely controlled from the ground control station 15.

The elevator 3 has a crane part attached to the top. The crane portion comprises a swinging mechanism 16, a rotating mechanism 17, a telescoping arm 18, a swinging mechanism 19 and a cabin 20, a cabin or platform with a platform. The cabin or platform 20 may support the fire fighting equipment 22 and the firefighter 23. The cabin 20 can be rotated on the rotation mechanism 24. The crane portion can be positioned in the desired position along the surface of the building 2 by a combination of elevators 3 ascending and descending, and the crane portion pivots the telescoping arm 18 using the pivoting mechanism 16. Positioned at the intended angle and then extended or retracted to the intended position near the building 2. The rotation mechanism 17 can move the cabin 20 to be spaced towards or away from the building 2. The rotation mechanism 24 may rotate the cabin 20 to align the doors on the building and the cabin or to align the building and fire fighting equipment. The cabin 20 can be used to save those who cannot reach the emergency exit 11. Although the telescoping arm is described herein, any type of arm may be used as a rail and wheel arrangement for moving along the arm. The cabin may be manned or unmanned. Fire extinguishing equipment can be remotely controlled from the ground. Sensors, cameras, microphones, smoke detectors, and other devices in the cabin can be used to rescue people trapped inside and to help fight fires from outside the building.

The cabin 3 can have many different forms for different uses. As a fire extinguishing cabin, it may have a fire hose, a thermal sensor and an insulated fireproof wall. The cabin 3 may have a door adjacent to the building to rescue people trapped in the tall building.

The cabin may also be a work platform for workers who stand in the building of the building. The cabin 16 may also be replaced with a platform or support device such as a hook to introduce material into the building during construction. The device is useful for installation, window cleaning, panel installation or maintenance outside of buildings.

The vertical column 1 may be attached to the building 2 or to an existing building 2 as the building is constructed. The vertical column 1 may have an expansion joint 25 between the sections of the rail 1. The expansion joint 25 may be made of a fire protection material or an alloy and has a low expansion rate with temperature. Rails on the outside of the building can be transported outside the building to avoid flames and smoke. The cabin can swing away from buildings in hazardous areas. The cabin may be located near the side of the building or on top of the building.

In FIG. 2, the vertical column or rail 1 has an H shape and has several features for use with the elevators 3, 4. The vertical column 1 has a high friction coating 260 to improve contact with the tires 27 on the elevators 3, 4. The power cable channel 28 in the H-shaped vertical column 1 is a power cable 29. ) Approaches the roof to drive motors 7 and 8. The guide 30 on the outer surface of the vertical column 1 allows the wheels 27 or cogwheels 31 of the elevators 3 and 4 to be vertical. It is connected to the teeth of the pillar 1 and maintains the alignment of the elevators 3 and 4 on the pillar 1. The light 33 can be installed on the vertical pillar 1 to assist the night time operation. .

The H-shaped vertical column 1 also has a trolley channel 34 for the cables 35 and 10 running inward. Cables 35 and 10 are connected to trolleys 37 and 38 which run separately in trolley channel 34. The trolley 37 is attached to the elevator vehicle 3 and the trolley 38 is attached to the elevator vehicle 4. The tally wheel 39 connects the trolley guide 40 to the trolley channel 34.

As shown in FIG. 3, the elevator 3 and the crane portion may move to the building 2 as the truck 41. If the elevator 3 is for fire fighting, the truck 41 may be a professional fire truck. If the elevator is used for building or maintenance, the truck may be a construction truck. When the truck 41 reaches the building 2, the elevator 3 is attached to the rail 1, and when the work is finished, the elevator 3 can be removed from the rail 1, or it can It can be used on another part or moved to another building.

4 shows an elevator 3 installed on a vertical column 1. Truck 41 is near building (2). On the upper surface 42 of the truck 41 there is a rotation mechanism 43 for turning the swing mechanism 44 with the telescoping arm attached thereto. The telescoping arm 45 is connected to a pivoting mechanism 46 which is connected to a fixing mechanism 47 for fixing the elevator 3 to a position for connecting to the vertical column 1.

9 shows how the elevator 3 rises by means of the fixing mechanism 47. The forklift tines 48 are inserted as part of the elevator 3. The fork lift tine 48 has an opening 49 which leads to a jack element 50 which locks the elevator 3 over the fork lift tine 48 while the elevator 3 is disposed with respect to the rail 1. The stabilization slot 51 of the elevator 3 secures the elevator 3 to a position on the fixing mechanism 47 fitted into the slot. Alternatively, the electromagnet 52 can be used to work in conjunction with the fork tines to which the elevator 3 is properly fixed or in which the elevator 3 is properly fixed.

As shown in FIGS. 5, 6 and 7, the H-shaped pillar 1 is connected by an elastic tire 27 on the wheel 27 to block the lateral movement on the rail 1 relative to the building 2. The wheel 27 is supported by a frame 53 which is attached to the arm 54 which can be deployed. The arm 54 rotates about the hinge 55 and opens or closes with the actuating piston 56. When the arm 54 is opened, the elevator part 3 can be removed from the H-shaped rail 1. When the arm 54 is closed and clamped on the H-shaped rail 1, the elevator part 3 is attached to the rail 1.

An additional wheel 27 having a tire 27 on the unfolding arm 54 that rotates 90 degrees to the first set of wheels 27, along with the elevator portion 3 attached to the rail 1, is of an H-shape. It has a tire for connecting to the inner surface of the upper part of the rail 1. An additional wheel 27 with a tire 27 is connected to the outer surface of the top of the H-shaped rail 1. The wheels 27 inside and outside the upper portion of the H-shaped rail 1 are pressed against each other by a jack device 57 connecting the telescoping beam 58 to press the tire 27 against the rail 1.

The guide 30 indented in the pillar 1 connects a wheel, such as a cogwheel 31, which is connected to an opening in the pillar 1 to fix the pillar 1. The brake with the brake caliper 59 operating on the disc 60 attached to the cogwheel 31 (FIG. 9) presses on the brake lever 61 in the cabin 20 of the elevator 30 or in the elevator 4. It can then be used by actuating the brake lever 61 attached to the brake cable 62 to stop the elevator 3 in an emergency situation on the end of the cable together with the elevator furnace 3 properly fixed to the column. It is located on a hook 66 that can be connected to the trolley 37 by a cable having an eye connector 65 and attached to the trolley 37 by a cable 246.

The elevator 4 as shown in FIG. 4 is attached to the column 1 in the same way as the elevator 3. The difference between them is that the elevator 4 is permanently connected to the column 1, so that the wheel 53 is positioned to permanently fix the tire 27 on the wheel 27 with respect to the column 1.

In some embodiments the gearwheel 31 may be used as a drive wheel. The engine compartment 9 of FIG. 9 has an engine or electric motor that provides power to propel the elevator part 3 along the column 1. This embodiment eliminates the need for a housing 5 and a spool 9 with cables 35 and 10, trolleys 37 and 38, trolley channels 34 and motors 7 and 8 connected thereto. In all embodiments, the elevator 4 or the cabin 3 can carry passengers. The elevator may have a fire door 67 and a fire window 68 and a wall.

The elevator 4 can be connected directly to the trolley 38 without cables since it is permanently connected to the rail 1.

Although an elevator portion with an engine inside is shown, a cable system or hydraulic system can be used to transport the elevator portion over a rail attached to the building. Also included within the scope of the invention are other means for attaching the elevator portion to a building other than the rail with wheels for connecting the rails.

The cabin 20 has a flat roof for laying or opening a rail and has an access hatch 69 for climbing up the top of the cabin 20. Fire extinguishing equipment 22, such as nozzles, may be used to spray water, foam or chemicals in the event of a fire. The roof of the cabin 20 provides a hatch 68 for moving from inside to outside of the cabin.

In an alternative embodiment as shown in FIG. 10, the arm 54, hinge 55 and actuation piston 56 for attaching the elevator to the telescoping beam 58 connected with the rail 1 can be removed. As a result, the weight and complexity of the system can be reduced. The housing 5 on the roof comprising elements associated with the motors 7, 8, the cable 35 acl lifting mechanism can be removed and is directly driven by the elevator 3 or by the elevators 3, 4. Can be replaced.

When the elevator crane 3 is needed in the building 2 for emergencies such as fire or for other uses, the truck 101 having the bed 102 with the swing mechanism 44 and the rotating mechanism 43 attached to it. Reaches the building 2 near the rail 1 to attach the removable rail section 72 and the elevator 3 to the building 2 below the existing rail 1. The pivoting mechanism 44 and the rotational mechanism 43 raise and rotate the telescoping arm 45 which extends to move the mechanism 120 towards the building 2. The swing mechanism 127 and the rotation mechanism 16 tilt the fixing mechanism 53 in an upright position for attaching the rail section 72 directly to the building 2, which is directly removable under the rail 1.

As best shown in FIG. 15, the building 2 has rails 1 which are attached to the ground without extending in any way. The removable rail section 72 is positioned relative to the building 2 by sliding the slit guide 128 into the fork element 125 on the building 2.

The removable rail section 72 is guided into position with respect to the building 2 and the fixing mechanism 120 is then tapped in the slit guide 186 and opening 186 in the fork element 186 on the holder 120. It can be removed from the elevator 3 by removing the screw from 188.

The fork element 186 can then be pulled out of the telescoping arm 18 and the removable rail section 72 can be manipulated with the handle 131 so that the bolt hole 130 and the screw 136 in the building 2 can be manipulated. Is inserted to secure the removable rail section 72 to the building 2 with an opening 137 to which it is coupled.

The screw cap 129 may be installed in the building 2 to fit into the bolt holes 130 and protect them when the removable rail section 72 is not attached to the building. The spring damper 190 is mounted to the removable rail section 72 to provide a safe state during installation and removal.

The screw 136 uses the toothed element 135 to properly receive and align the removable rail section 72 with respect to the rail 1 of the building 2 by means of the angular element 134 on the rail guide 132. It is used to fix it.

This arrangement allows for carriage rail 92 having adequate space for drive gearwheel 93 at the interface of the serrated carriage rail 92 in the rail 1 permanently attached to the building and the removable rail section 72. Is important to provide.

The gearwheel 93 is connected to a motor for powering the elevator 3. The gearwheel 93 may also have a brake to stop the elevator 3.

As shown in FIG. 12, the elevator 3 has a wheel 94 mounted on the slit guide 95 in the rail 1. The set of wheels 94 are positioned perpendicular to each other to prevent the two elevators from shaking on the rail 1.

The platform 107 can be used to access the attachment location of the rail section 72 on the ground instead of the removable rail section 72 attached to the building 2 on the ground. Such an arrangement may help to ensure access to the rail base from the ground avoiding snow, parked cars or other obstacles.

In another embodiment, an elevator portion 98 and an apparatus 146 that vertically elevate at the exterior and crane portion of the building to extend the arm (telescopic) to the intended location on the building are included in the present invention. The telescopic arm consists of two parts that are interconnected with the aid of a pivoting mechanism. The telescopic arm has a pivot at the end that is attached to the crape with the help of a vertical rotation mechanism.

The clamp also pivots a barrier platform provided with the aid of a vertical rotation mechanism and the cabin is hung on the platform. The cabin itself can rotate 360 degrees around its vertical axis with the aid of a rotation mechanism. The cabin has a passenger compartment with a sliding door therein to ensure the operation of the worker and the rescue of the person. External platforms with barriers have fire extinguishing equipment for access to all parts of the building. The crane portion can also introduce building materials into any part of the building under construction, or can be used for wall and window cleaning or other maintenance activities in the building.

The elevator part 97 is connected with the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail together with the support wheel 6 and the drive gearwheel 93.

The attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail can be mounted to a building wall that is connected in series to the permanently installed H-shaped rail 106.

As shown in Figures 16, 28 and 29, the present invention is provided with a functional compartment 169, which is provided with a frame 170 connected to the sliding jack mechanism 171.

The sliding frame can be slid above the building limit line and rearward with the aid of the jack mechanisms 171, 120. Smooth and safe sliding of the frame is ensured by support wheels that slide into guiders 173 and 121 mounted to the surface of the functional compartment. The sliding compartment in the front portion is provided with a receiving panel 174 with a pocket guider 175 mounted on the left and right sides of the support panel 174.

As shown in FIGS. 28, 29, 30 and 16, the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail has a mounting panel to ensure connectivity with the receiving panel 174 having the same square structure as the receiving panel 174. 176).

The thickness of the mounting panel 176 is smaller than the gap between the mounted pocket guider and the outer surface of the demand panel 174 to facilitate connection. Referring to FIG. 30, the receiving panel 174 is provided with a mounting panel 176 with a lower rounded corner 178 and a spiral guide side 177 for secure connection.

As shown in FIGS. 28, 28, 16, and 32, the lower portion of the functional compartment 169 of the building 105 has a concrete foundation for remounting the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail for secure mounting. 179 is provided. As shown in FIGS. 16 and 32, the auxiliary portion 107 is provided with a movable ladder 180 for safely transporting people from the cabin compartment of the elevator portion 97 to the auxiliary portion 107 and rearward.

As shown in FIG. 33, the rear surface of the cabin 100 has a profile 183 having holes for the atomizer and air passage of fluid for fully mechanized cleaning with the help of the cabin 100 of the building walls and windows; An attachable frame 181 is provided with a round machine brush 182. As shown in FIG. 33, the attachable frame 181 is provided with a fixing handle 184 to ensure long mounting and detachment of the attachable frame 181 on the rear surface of the cabin 100.

The elevator portion 97 having the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail is connected to the chassis 101 as shown in FIG. 18 as well as to the entire attachable structure having the telescopic arm 99 and the cabin 100. Is installed. If the elevator part does not work, it is stored in a specific hangar (fire storage). If a fire is alarmed in the reservoir, the chassis 101, which is kept on the upper surface 102 together with the elevator part 97, is immediately transported to the building in case of fire.

As shown in FIG. 16, when the chassis 101 is transported to a building in a fire, the chassis 101 is located in close proximity to the H-shaped rail that is permanently located in the building and the auxiliary portion 107 of the building. Then, as shown in FIGS. 28, 29, 30 and 16, the installation process of the elevator portion 97 and the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail begins.

Installing the attachable sections of the elevator part 97 and the H-shaped rail rails on the building wall is as follows:

With the help of the vertical swing mechanism 122, the telescoping rotary pawl 119 is raised to about 45 degrees relative to the upper work surface 102 of the vehicle chassis 101. At this time, due to the vertical swing mechanism 121, the fixed bed mechanism 120 is kept exactly horizontal. Then, with the aid of the horizontal rotating mechanism 168, the telescoping rotating pawl 119 with the fixed bed mechanism 120 in the elevator part 97 having the attachable section 98 rotates towards the building 5. do. Thereafter, with the help of the vertical swing mechanism 121, the fixed bed mechanism 120 rotates exactly 90 degrees to the vertical position. At the same time, with the aid of the turning mechanism 124 and the horizontal rotation mechanism 123, the first portion of the telescopic arm 99 descends toward the building 105 at about 45 degrees with respect to the vertical axis of the elevator portion 97. With the aid of the turning mechanism 108, the second part of the telescopic arm descends about 90 degrees with respect to the first part of the telescopic arm 99. In addition, with the help of the vertical rotation mechanism 110, the clamp 109 is placed in the exactly vertical position. At the same time, the cabin 100 with the clamp 109 is aligned in exactly vertical and horizontal positions by the vertical rotation mechanism 111 and the horizontal rotation mechanism 113. At the same time it is, Jack mechanism 171 is put into action. It runs from frame 170 which integrates from functional block 169 of building 105. As a result of this movement, the receiving panel 174 installed at the outer end of the sliding frame 170 is moved onto the concrete foundation 179 (about 1.5 meters). Smooth and safe slide movements, such as the frame 170, are ensured by the support wheels 95 sliding in the guider 173 in which the functional compartment 169 is installed.

The telescoping rotating pawl 119 then moves toward the building wall 50 in such a way that the lower part of the outer surface of the mounting panel 176 contacts the upper part of the outer surface of the receiving panel 174. Thereafter, the rotating mechanism ( With the aid of 121, 126, 127 the fixed bed mechanism 120 is aligned until the mounting panel is installed so that it is exactly parallel to all surfaces with respect to the receiving panel 174. Then with the help of the vertical pivoting mechanism 1220 Telescopic rotary pole descends.

As a result of this movement, the mounting panel 176 begins to move into the pocket guider of the receiving panel 174, and the lower rounded corner 178 of the mounting panel 176 and the inclined guide side of the receiving panel 174 ( 177) safe and smooth movement is ensured.

After the mounting panel 176 is fully installed (lowered) with the pocket guider of the receiving panel 174, the upper inclined surface of the attachable section 98 of the H-rail is several millimeters lower than the lower inclined surface of the H-rail. Are positioned and the vertical axes of the two rails 98, 106 are exactly parallel.

As the elevator part 97, the telescopic arm 99 and the cabin 100 are installed in the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail, they can be re-installed in the fixed bed mechanism 120 in the elevator part 97 after the installation. do. For this purpose, the hole 138 of the fork element 139 is disengaged from the jack latch 140 of the elevator part 97. Then, by moving the telescoping rotary pawl 119, the slot 141 located in the body of the elevator portion 97 is disengaged from the fork element 139 of the fixed bed mechanism 120.

The fixed bed 120 which is loaded after loading is unwound and placed in a transport position on the upper surface 102 of the chassis 101. (The stripping operation of the elevator portion 97 and the attachable section 98 takes place in reaction). At the same time, the jack mechanism 171 is operated by moving the sliding frame 170 to the functional partition 169 of the building 105.

As a result of this movement, the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail with the receiving panel 174 installed at the outer end of the sliding frame 170 and the elevator portion 97 installed thereon is directed towards the building wall 5. Move. After the operation is completed, the upper inclined surface of the attachable sections 95 and 98 of the H-shaped rail is located below (within a few millimeters) of the H-shaped rail and its vertical axis is shown in FIGS. 28 and 30. . Matches. As a result, the attachable section 98 permanently installed on the H-shaped rail forms an integrated line of H-shaped rail 1 39 on the building wall 105.

The drive structure 142 located in the body of the elevator part 97 is activated and rotates in conjunction with the guide rack 92 of the guide slot 144 to lift the elevator part 97 on the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail. The drive gearwheel 93 starts to move. At the same time, the wheel 94 begins to move in the guide slot 95 to secure the elevator portion to the H-shaped rail in a stable position.

Thus, the elevator portion 97 proceeds from the attachable section of the H-shaped rail 106 to the permanently mounted (to the building 105) attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail and is now a part of the building 5. The layer can also proceed in both lateral directions along the length of the H-type line.

Thus, with the help of the fire / foam pipe 146 mounted on the outer surface 112 having the barrier of the cabin 100 as shown in FIG. 32 by immediately moving the elevator portion 97 to the dangerous floor of the building 105. It is possible to start fire work. At the same time, the elevator portion 97 is raised to the dangerous floor to start mounting the free-standing elevator 118.

In order to ensure the above operation, the attachable section 98 of the separated H-shaped rail is removed and the following results are obtained:

The jack mechanism 171 is activated to move from the functional compartment 169 of the building 5 to the sliding frame 170. In accordance with the movement, the attachable section of the receiving panel 174 and the H-shaped rail 98 mounted on the outer surface of the sliding frame 170 moves over the concrete foundation 179 (about 1.5 meters). With the help of the horizontal rotating mechanism 168 and the vertical turning mechanism 122, the telescoping rotating pawl 119 rotates and rises toward the position of the attachable section 98 of the building 105 -H rail.

Then, with the aid of the rotation mechanisms 121, 126, 127, the fixed bed mechanism 120 has its fork element 139 a slot 186 of the tray 190 of the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail. It is arranged in such a way that it is located opposite to. At the same time, the screw fixing mechanism 187 is screwed into the screw hole 188 of the tray 190, and the fork element 139 of the fixing bed mechanism 120 is located inside the slot 186.

The telescoping rotary pawl 119 then moves until the fork element 139 of the fixed bed mechanism 120 is completely transferred to the slot 186. Next, the screw fixing mechanism 187 is screwed behind the screw hole 188 of the tray 190 by fixing the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail of the fixing bed mechanism 120. The telescoping rotary pawl 119 then rises until the mounting panel 176 of the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail is moved out of the pocket guider 175 of the receiving panel 174.

Then, with the aid of the telescoping rotary pawl 119, the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail is transported to an extra parking space near the building 5 near the auxiliary portion 107 and lowered. The receiving panel 174 is now free and ground, allowing the mounting of the free-standing elevator 118 to begin.

When the chassis 101 transports the elevator portion 97 to the building 105, the chassis 101 proceeds from the secondary portion of the building 107 to open another chassis 101 with the free-standing elevator 108. To empty. After the parking of the chassis 101 together with the free-standing elevator 118 (in the empty space at the auxiliary part of the building 107), the rescue elevator is mounted in the building 105. The free-standing elevator 118, like the elevator portion 97, is connected to the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail via an elastic tire wheel 94 and a cogwheel 93 of the drive gear.

The chassis 101, to which the free-standing elevator 118 is transported (to the building 105), is transported (along with the rotating mechanisms 121, 122, 168, 126, 127) and the telescopic pole 119 ) Has the same loading-unloading mechanism as in the chassis l01 having the fixed bed mechanism 120.

In view of the above, the order of starting the mounting operation of the structural elevator 118 in the building 105 (as with removing) is the same as the elevator portion 97. After the self-contained elevator 118 is installed on the H-type rail, it rises and ascends to the building floor in case of fire after the elevator part is installed. While the elevator portion 97 is already at the required height, fire fighting begins with the fire / foam pipe 146 installed on the barrier outer surface 112. At the same time the cabin 100 of the elevator section 97 with fire fighting begins to evacuate those who cannot use the stairs and the emergency exit. For this purpose, the cabin 100 is transported to an embrasure of the window of the building 5 in which the person is located. Then, with the aid of the elastic profile element 147, the surface 1100 of the cabin with the sliding door along the circumference of the sliding door 148 is securely connected in the window gun. Next, the sliding door 148 opens and a person escapes from the dangerous floor of the building to the cabin 100 through the window gun.

The free-standing elevator 118 then reaches the hazardous floor and is aligned with the lower surface of the elevator part 97 with the aid of the elastic profile element 149 mounted on the upper floor of the elevator part. The cabin 100 along with the escaped person is transported to the outer surface of the free-standing elevator 118 together with the sliding door 115 with the fire protection glass 151.

Then, as shown in FIG. 26, the surface of the cabin 100 with the sliding door 148 is aligned with the outer surface of the free-standing elevator 118 with the sliding door 115. Precise and safe coupling of the free-standing elevator 118 and the cabin 100 can be achieved by sliding the cabin 100 with the aid of an elastic profile element 147 and a support element with the elastic gasket 152 of the free-standing elevator 118. It is made along the outer circumference of the door 148.

Next, the sliding door 148 of the cabin 100 and the sliding door 115 of the free-standing elevator 118 are opened and those evacuating exit the cabin 100 to ride the free-standing elevator 118. Thereafter, all the sliding doors are closed and the cabin 100 is disconnected from the free-standing elevator 118 and returned to the danger floor of the building 5 so that the free-standing elevator 118 brings people out of the building 107. Transfer to auxiliary part. The operation continues until the evacuation of everyone in the danger zone.

The present invention also allows people to escape very quickly from dangerous floors of buildings. This is especially important when many are at risk or very high.

Variant A- Passenger compartment 114 of elevator part 97 provided with sliding door 115 having a fireproof glass window 151 on its outer surface.

Variant B- Emergency exit 154 of a building located on each floor of a building 5 symmetric to the vertical axis of the sliding door 155 of the free-standing elevator 118

Variant A- Passenger compartment 114 of the elevator part 97 that operates to pick up new people to evacuate when the cabin 100 is full and the free-standing elevator 118 does not return to the elevator part 97. In this case the cabin 100 with the people to be evacuated is transferred to the passenger compartment 114 of the elevator portion and arranged, which is shown in FIG. 25.

Precise and safe engagement (alignment) of the cabin 100 to the surface of the passenger compartment 114 of the elevator part 97 comprises: an elastic profile element 147 installed along the outer periphery of the sliding door 148 of the cabin 100; With the aid of a support element with an elastic gasket 152 of the elevator part 97. Then, the passenger compartment 114 of the cabin 100, the sliding door 115, and the elevator part 97 is opened and people leave the cabin 100 to the passenger compartment 114. All the doors are then closed; The cabin 100 is disconnected from the passenger compartment 114 and returns to the danger floor of the building 5 to pick up new people.

At this point, the free-standing elevator 118 has already progressed to and aligned with the elevator portion 97 from the auxiliary portion of the building 107 (where the evacuated people are put down). After the alignment is completed, the hatch 156 of the passenger compartment 114 and the hatch 157 of the free-standing elevator 118 are opened and people pass through the vertical compartment 116 of the stairs 117. (We descend to free-standing elevator 118 from (114)

Since the capacity of the free-standing elevator 118 is many times that of the cabin 100, it is possible to align the cabin 100 and the free-standing elevator 118 at the same time, and another group of people from the cabin 100 to the rescue elevator 118 Can be transported for escape. As a result of this work, the cabin 100 always properly evacuates people from the danger zone without wasting time.

Variation B- A building's emergency exit 154 is used when people are used to evacuate unless a portion of the building located below the danger floor, such as a fire and stairs without smoke, is collapsed. In this case, the free-standing elevator 118 does not need to descend from the lowest floor of the building 5 to the auxiliary part (especially in the case of high-rise buildings). In this case, a group of evacuated people were burned to save time. Freestanding elevator 118 descends to the safe floor of the building. There, the rescue elevator 118 stops and the sliding door 155 of the elevator 118 is aligned with the evacuation exit 154 of the floor.

The door of the emergency exit 154 of the building and the sliding door 155 of the free-standing elevator 118 open and people leave the rescue elevator 118 to enter the building interior. Now, those evacuating as above inside the building descend to the emergency stairs inside and the free-standing elevator 118 continues working to evacuate new people.

The elevator portion 97 and the entire attachable structure (along with the telescopic arm 99 and the cabin 100) as well as the free-standing elevator 118 are both internal and external with the aid of the control panel 158 and the remote control 159. Can be controlled by a person. The elevator portion 97 and the entire attachable structure (along with the telescopic arm 99 and the cabin 100) as well as the free-standing elevator 118 have a sealed thermal insulation outer coating.

The elevator part 97 and the entire attachable structure (as well as the telescopic arm 99 and the cabin 100), as well as the free-standing elevator 118, are equipped with remote metering equipment (temperature, distance control and contamination sensors, camcorders, long distance lighting). And a searchlight projector 160, such as a speaker and a radio.

Elevator portion 97, cabin 100 and free-standing elevator 118 are compartments 161 for aids to hold extinguishing materials such as foam, water and oxygen, terminals 163 and supply hoses 164. )

The elevator portion 97, cabin 100 and free-standing elevator 118 are provided with a battery and a terminal 163 for charging them. To safely and effectively fire at any floor, the cabin 100 is provided with an outer surface 112 having a barrier, fire-pump 146, hatch 65 and stairs 166. The elevator part 97, the cabin 100, and the free-standing elevator 118 are provided with sealed closed sliding doors (hence, 115, 148, 115, 155) and fireproof glass windows 151.

The elevator compartment 97, cabin 100 and passenger compartment 114 of the free-standing elevator 118 are provided with a set of medicines for emergency medical assistance, an oxygen mask and a cleaning and air conditioning system. The H-rails can be equipped with lighting means to visually control the entire rail at night.

In order to avoid overheating (and thus possible deformation) of the H-rail in the event of fire, a thermal insulation section 167 (for example made of asbestos) is installed on the rail surface (without affecting the contour at the same distance). For safety, a spring shock-absorbing device 190 is installed in the upper part of the tray 190 of the attachable section 98 of the H-shaped rail.

To maximize utilization, the H-shaped rails 106 are installed in a vertical gun 98 located on the exterior surface of the building 5. The depth of gun 98 prevents the exterior surface of H-shaped rail 106 from extending above the exterior limits of building 5. In another embodiment of the present invention as shown in FIGS. 25 and 26, the present invention provides a telescopic arm 99 in two parts that is connected to the swing mechanism 108. Telescopic arm 99 pivots at its end with clamp 109 with vertical rotation mechanism 110.

The clamp also pivots with the vertical rotation mechanism 111 to the outer platform 112 on which the cabin 100 runs. The cabin itself rotates completely around its vertical axis with the aid of the rotation mechanism 113. The elevator portion 97 has a vertical opening 116 having a passenger compartment 114 having a sliding door 115 for communicating with the cabin 100 and a staircase 117 for communicating with the free-standing elevator 118. .

As shown in FIGS. 20 and 21, the elevator portion 97 is connected with the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail via its elastically coated tire 94 and drive gearwheel 93. As shown in FIGS. 18 and 19, an elevator portion 97 having a telescopic arm 99 and a cabin 100, as well as an attachable section 72 of an H-shaped rail, as well as the entire attachable structure is provided in the chassis 101. Is installed. The elevator part is stored in a special hangar if it does not work. When a fire alarm sounds in the store, the chassis 101, which is held on the upper surface 102 together with the elevator part 97, is immediately transferred to the fired building.

As shown in FIG. 24, when the chassis is transported to a fired building, the chassis is permanently in close proximity to the H-shaped rail and auxiliary portion 107 of the building. Thereafter, the installation process of the elevator portion 97 and the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail begins, as shown in FIGS. 23 and 24.

The installation of the elevator portion 97 and the attachable section of the H-shaped rail to the building wall 105 is as follows: The telescoping rotary pawl 119 is about the upper working surface 102 of the vehicle chassis 101. Ascend to 45 degree height. At this time, due to the vertical swing mechanism 121, the fixed bed mechanism 120 maintains the correct level. Then, with the aid of the horizontal rotating mechanism 122, a telescoping rotating pawl 119 having a fixed bed mechanism 120 in the elevator part 97 with the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail is installed in the building 105. Rotate towards.

Thereafter, the fixed bed mechanism 120 rotates 90 degrees to the exact vertical position with the aid of the vertical swing mechanism 121. At the same time, with the aid of the turning mechanism 124, the first portion of the telescopic arm 99 descends towards the building 105 about 45 degrees with respect to the vertical axis of the elevator portion 97. With the aid of the turning mechanism 108, the second portion of the telescopic arm descends about 90 degrees with respect to the first portion of the telescopic arm 99. Accordingly, with the help of the vertical rotation mechanism 110, the clamp 109 is in the exact vertical position. Simultaneously with the clamp 109, the cabin 100 is aligned vertically precisely by the vertical rotation mechanism 111. The telescoping swivel pawl 119 then rotates towards the building wall 105 until the fork element 125 of the building 105 contacts the rear panel of the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail.

Then, with the aid of the swing mechanism 121 and the rotation mechanism 126, 127, the position of the fixed bed mechanism 120 is such that the guide slot 128 of the H-shaped rail attachable section 72 is exactly symmetrical. It is aligned at all surfaces with respect to the fork element 125 of the building 105. Prior to that, the mounting worker screwed all screw deadners 129 out of the toothed element 130 of the building 105.

Then, with the help of the hand-rail 131, the mounting operator will place the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail on leading the-until all the outer ends of the fork elements 125 are located in the slots 128. Until manual correction. The telescoping rotary pawl 119 is then moved until the rear panel of the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail contacts the building 105.

The fork element 125 is thus completely within the guide slot 128 and the upper portion of the attachable section 72 is in the guide metal profile 132. To this end, the holes 133 of the corner element 134 are aligned on the vertical axis with the corner element 135 of the guide metal profile 132. The mounting worker then screws the corner element 134 and the corner tooth element 135 so that the screw 136 completely stops. The operator also screws through the hole 137 to the tooth element 130 in the building wall 105 such that the screw 136 completely stops.

As a result of the mounting operation, the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail is:

Installed by the lower part in the vertical plane on the fork element of the building 105.

It is connected by an upper part in the vertical plane with a permanently installed H-shaped rail 106 of the building.

Pressed into the building wall 105 by an intermediate portion in the horizontal plane.

The attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail is the lower end portion of the H-shaped rail 106 permanently mounted on the wall and is exactly the same. In conclusion, the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail and the H-shaped rail permanently mounted to the building form an integrated line in the building wall 105.

Loading-unloading bed as the elevator portion 97 and the entire attachable structure (with telescopic arm 99 and cabin 100) are permanently installed in the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail It is possible to remove the attachable structure from the structure 120. To this end, the jack latch 140 of the elevator part 97 is released in the hole 138 of the fork element 139. Then, by moving the telescoping rotary pawl 119, the fork element 139 of the fixed bed 120 is released from the slot 141 located in the body of the elevator part 97.

The loading-unloading fixed bed 120 after the operation is wound and placed in the transport position of the upper surface 102 of the chassis 101. (The removal of the elevator portion 97 and the attachable section 72 takes place in reverse).

The drive structure 142 located in the body of the elevator part 97 is activated and the elevator part 97 of the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail starts to move in conjunction with the guide rack of the guide slot 144. Tooth wheel 93 is driven. At the same time, the shield 94 begins to move in the guide slot 95 so that the elevator portion 97 of the H-shaped rail is fixed to a stable position. Thus, the elevator portion 97 can proceed from the attachable section 72 of the H-rail to the permanently mounted H-rail 106 and to any floor of the building in both directions along the length of the H-line. have.

Thus, as shown in FIG. 27, the fire work starts with the help of the fire / foam pipe 146 mounted on the outer surface 112 together with the barrier of the cabin 100 and the danger (fire) floor of the building 105. The elevator 붑 b (97) can be moved immediately. At the same time, the elevator unit 97 and the self-contained elevator 118 are mounted to ascend to the dangerous floor.

To ensure the operation, first, the detachable attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail is removed. This is done with the following procedure:

The telescoping rotary pawl rises about 45 degrees relative to the upper work surface 102 of the vehicle chassis 101. At this time, the bed mechanism 120 is kept exactly horizontal because of its vertical swing mechanism 121.

Then, with the help of the horizontal rotating mechanism 122, the telescoping rotating pawl 119 along with the fixed bed mechanism 120 is directed towards the building 105. It is then rotated 90 degrees to the correct vertical position of the fixed bed mechanism 120 vertical turning mechanism 121. Then, the rotating pawl 119 faces the telescoping building wall 105 such that the rotating pawl 119 is located in the lower portion of the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail until the fork element 139 is disposed adjacent to the slot 186. Rotate

Then, with the aid of the turning mechanism 121 and the rotating mechanisms 126, 127, the position of the fixed bed mechanism 120 will be such that the guide slots 186 of the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail will be exactly symmetrical. Until it is aligned on all surfaces with respect to the fork element 139 of the fixed bed mechanism 120. The telescoping rotary pawl 119 then moves until the fork element 139 is fully positioned in the guide slot 186 of the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail.

The montage worker engages and disengages the screws from the tooth elements 130 and the corner elements of the guide metal profile 132 in the building wall 105. Thereafter, the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail is completely off the building wall 105.

With the aid of the telescoping swivel pawl 119, the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail is removed from the fork element 125 and of a height close to the auxiliary portion 107 of the building 105 for temporary storage. Descend to the ground. This is because the attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail needs to be later removed from the elevator part 97. It is now possible to install another attachable section 72 of the H-shaped rail connected to the free-standing elevator 118 in the free area of the building wall 105.

The installation procedure is described in the following examples.

Another embodiment of the invention of FIG. 34 shows a building 191 in case of fire. The building is provided with rails 192 on the building surface to provide fire extinguishing and rescue services to the building. Rail-supported elevators 193 operating at the same height are supported by a corridor 194 between them. The corridor 194 has a large floor space for carrying large numbers of people. The corridor 194 is moved up and down to the floor required for lifesaving. People can then access corridor 194 using emergency doors 195 of the building in which the person enters and exits in corridor 194. People may access the hallway 194 through a door 197 opposite the window of the building 191.

Optionally, people can access the top of the scaffold 199 from the top of the corridor 194 at any point along the building surface. A handrail 200 is provided around the footrest 199 for safety.

Ladder 201 and trap door 202 allow people to be transferred from scaffold 199 to corridor 194. The corridor 194 can be lowered to the ground and people can then exit the corridor 194 through the door 203.

Optionally, the corridor 194 may be in a ground floor location and the elevator 204 may be surrounded by a corridor, with people approaching the trapdoor 205 on the floor of the corridor, thereby trapping the door 209 above the elevator 204. And through the stairs and openings in the truss 205 to the elevator 204 from the corridor 1940. The corridor 194 is two elevators 193 on one side of the building 191 in the illustrated embodiment. There may be more than two elevators if they extend between, but the building surface is longer than the corridor between all elevators.

The elevator 193 will also have a corner corridor portion 210 that extends to the corner of the building so that the two corner corridor portions 210 on adjacent corners of the building 191 allow the people to evacuate to the corner of the building. A 45 degree angle is made to form an adjacent wall 211 with 212.

Assuming a corridor 194 has a fire barrier passage, the corridor 194 may be queued to the floor to rescue a person who can move through the corner corridor portion 210 to an adjacent corridor 194 around the corner. . People may also use the scaffold 199 at the top of the corridor 194 and the top of the corner corridor portion 210 for safe transport, or may be transported to the nearby scaffold 199 by passing through the gate 213. People can then safely board the first corridor 194 or the second footrest 199, reenter the building from the fire, and use the internal building stairs to evacuate from the building.

The corridor 194 and the corner corridor portion 210 may have internal and external fire walls, fire ceilings, and floors to protect people therein. Heat-resistant glass windows 214 in the corridor 194 look at the corridor 194 and allow light to enter the corridor to assist passenger protection. The corridor 194 is supported by the truss 208 for a light and strong structure. The truss has a rotary connection unit 215 to pivotally attach the truss 208 to the elevator 193. Connecting the corridor 194 to the elevator 193 is accomplished by connecting the moving metal bridge 216 and the corrugated elastic sheath 217 to the gap between the corridor 194 and the elevator 193. The resilient fence section 200 connects the handrail 200 to the upper portion 220 of the elevator 193. Door 218 with window 214 in elevator 193 may be opened to allow a person to access corridor 194 or corner corridor portion 210 from the elevator.

The lower portion 219 of the elevator 193 is a passenger cabin and the upper portion 220 thereof is a battery 232 that powers the topical suppression foam 221 and the light 223 and powers the jack 225. Accumulators (for lighting, management equipment, sliding doors) are used to operate equipment such as control means 224.

Hose connection 226 is for connecting the hose to eject the fire suppression foam from the container 2210 in case of fire.

The building 191 is attached to the rail 192 on the outer surface. The rails 192 are preferably made into H-shapes and into grooves 227 in the building surface for protection against the elements. The rail 192 has a guide slot 228 for receiving the thrust wheel 229 on the elevator to stabilize the elevator on the rail 192. The rail 192 has a tooth 230 for connecting a toothed wheel 231 rotated to a drive unit 232 which is preferably an electric roman. The driving unit 232 lifts or stops the elevators 193, 233, and 204.

Rail 192 has heat resistant sections 234 at regular intervals to absorb changes in rail length due to thermal expansion or contraction. A corridor 194 having a footrest 199 at the top may be used to transport firefighters and fire fighting equipment to the floors in need of firefighting. Fire may also be prevented from the footrest 199 or the corridor 194. An elevator 193 with a corridor 210 in between may be stored on top of the building 191 in the hangar 235 or may be stored anywhere on the ground, underground or along the side of the building to avoid being seen. .

The fire can be prevented by the use of an elevator 233 having a crane 236. Cranes can be used to rescue people and to transport people to buildings, corridors 194 or scaffolds 199, elevators 204, or to secure locations on the ground.

Pods 237 may also be used for firefighting by using nozzles 237 used to spray water or fire chemicals or foams. The pod 237 may also be used for construction or building maintenance to access the building or roof surface. The pod 237 of the illustrated embodiment, which is supported by the crane 236 in the above, can be placed on the roof of the building 191 above ground on the foot 199 or on top of the elevator 204.

The elevator 204 can be used to bring the necessary firefighters, workers or facilities to the floor or to transport people from any floor of the building 191 to the ground. The elevators 233, 204 have the same wheel 229, cogwheel 231, and drive unit 232 to elevate the elevator 193 onto the rails. The elevator 233 may be stored in an underground floor, which is the first floor 232 below ground level, such as in a garage of a building. Ladder 239 or other structure may be used to utilize elevator 233 or crane 236 stored in first floor 238. The elevator 204 may be stored underground in the second floor 240 and may have a ladder 239 or other structure used to utilize the elevator 204.

Since any elevator 193, 233, 204 can be stored underground, the elevator can have a fence 241 around the opening or vertical slot 242 on the ground floor near the building for safety. Optionally, a sliding roof 243 can be used to store the underground elevator outside the element. If corridor 194 is placed on the ground floor, stairs 244 or other structures may be used for maintenance or provided for access to scaffold 199. The elevators 193, 233, 204 may be attached to buildings on the same rail 192 in any order or they may be on the rails to be separated to allow the elevators 233, 204 to pass through each other.

In the event of a fire or other emergency, the corridor 194 may descend from the top and the elevators 233 and 204 may be raised to rescue people, or the firefighters, rescuers and equipment may be placed on any surface of the building. Can also be shipped. A corridor 194 is used in appropriate arrangement and integration with the footrest 199, elevator 204 and elevator 233 with crane 236 and pod 237. The fire can be extinguished and people can be rescued in an effective way out of the danger zone inside the building. The same corridor 194, scaffold 199, elevator 204 and elevator 233 with crane 236 and pod 237 can be used for construction and maintenance, such as window cleaning. The corridor 194 may be connected to the elevators 233 and 204 or used alone.

Apparently, it is to be understood that many modifications and variations of the present invention are possible in light of the above, and that the present invention may be practiced otherwise than as described within the scope of the appended claims.

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  1. In an elevator system attached to the outside of a building,
    An elevator portion having a rail connection portion that moves the elevator portion perpendicular to a rail attached to the structure, and a crane portion having a rotational mechanism and a pivoting mechanism for supporting one end of the arm, wherein the arm is at a certain position in the building An elevator system comprising a telescoping arm that can also be reached.
  2. The system of claim 1, further comprising: a functional compartment provided in the building;
    A sliding wheel is mounted in the compartment and is connected to a jack mechanism that helps the sliding frame move over the outer limits of the building and the rear, and supports wheels interlocked with guiders on the surface of the functional compartment for smooth and safe sliding of the frame. Elevator system, characterized in that it further comprises.
  3. 3. The elevator system of claim 2, further comprising a receiving panel having pocket guiders on the left and right sides of the panel and formed in the front portion of the functional compartment.
  4. 4. The mounting panel according to claim 3, wherein the rail has an H-shaped cross section, and the demand panel is connectable to the attachable section of the rail, and a square mounting panel identical to the receiving panel is mounted to the attachable section of the rail and has a thickness of the mounting panel. Elevator system, characterized in that the gap is smaller than the gap between the outer surface of the receiving panel and the mounted pocket guider to ensure connection.
  5. The elevator system according to claim 4, wherein the inclined guide side is mounted on the receiving panel, and the mounting panel has rounded corners at the bottom thereof.
  6. 3. Elevator system according to claim 2, wherein a concrete foundation is formed in the lower part of the functional partition.
  7. 2. The elevator system of claim 1, further comprising an auxiliary portion provided with a movable ladder.
  8. The apparatus of claim 1, further comprising: an attachable frame having a cabin and a round machine brush;
    A profile having a hole for fluid spray;
    And an air passage formed in the rear surface of the cabin.
  9. 10. The elevator system of claim 8, further comprising an attachable frame having a fixed handle.
  10. In an elevator system attached to the outside of a building,
    An elevator system, characterized in that the elevator portion has a rail connection portion for moving the elevator portion perpendicular to the rail attached to the building structure, and the crane portion is attached to the elevator portion to position the platform adjacent to the structure.
  11. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, further comprising a telescoping arm consisting of two parts that interlock with a pivoting mechanism that is clamped at the end by a vertical rotation mechanism.
  12. 12. The elevator system of claim 11, wherein the clamp pivots out of the platform provided with a barrier.
  13. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, further comprising a cabin capable of completely rotating about a vertical axis, wherein the cabin is installed on an external platform.
  14. 11. The elevator according to claim 10, wherein a passenger compartment having a sliding door is formed in the elevator portion, and a vertical opening having a stair is composed of two parts, an elevator portion and an independent elevator, leading to the independent elevator. system.
  15. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, wherein the resilient element is formed in an independent elevator provided with a support element and a lower contact surface of the elevator portion.
  16. 16. The elevator system of claim 15, wherein compartments for storing the fire protection foam liquid, hoses, and other auxiliary equipment are formed in the elevator portion and in the freestanding elevator.
  17. 15. The elevator system of claim 14, wherein an additional control panel is provided in the passenger compartment.
  18. 15. The elevator system of claim 14, wherein a guide slot is formed in the rail having an H-shaped cross section.
  19. 11. Elevator system according to claim 10, characterized in that the rail connection parts have movable wheels to which they can be connected when required.
  20. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, wherein the tire has a pivot that supports a wheel having a tire capable of connecting the rail when the rail connection portion is required.
  21. 11. The crane portion of claim 10 further comprising a pivoting mechanism attached to the arm at the second end and a platform attached to the swinging mechanism at the second end of the arm. An elevator system characterized by having.
  22. 21. The elevator system of claim 20, wherein the arm comprises a telescoping arm.
  23. 21. The elevator system of claim 20, wherein the fraud platform comprises a cabin.
  24. 24. The elevator system of claim 23, further comprising fire fighting means.
  25. The elevator system according to claim 24, wherein the cabin is made of fireproof material.
  26. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, further comprising an emergency brake attached to the elevator portion to stop the elevator descending in an emergency.
  27. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, further comprising a transport vehicle having an elevator portion transport and return mechanism to secure the elevator portion near the rail for attachment or removal.
  28. 28. The telescoping and elevator portion of claim 27 wherein said elevator portion transfer and return mechanism is a rotating mechanism attached to a transport vehicle, a turning mechanism attached to said rotation mechanism, a telescoping pawl and an elevator portion such that the elevator portion can be positioned near a rail. An elevator system characterized by having a second pivoting mechanism attached between the poles.
  29. 24. The elevator system of claim 23, further comprising a door on the side of the cabin.
  30. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, wherein the cable connected to the elevator further comprises elevating the elevator over a rail.
  31. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, wherein a motor in the elevator drives a wheel connecting the rails to elevate the elevator.
  32. 24. The elevator system of claim 23, wherein the cabin supports fire fighting equipment.
  33. 24. The elevator system of claim 23, wherein the cabin has a capacity to transport people from buildings to rescue people in a fire.
  34. 11. The elevator system of claim 10, wherein the rail connection portion has a pivoting arm having wheels attached to connect the rails.
  35. An elevator rail for an elevator system attached to the outside of a building,
    The rail,
    A first side, a second side, and a cross-sectional portion therebetween;
    A channel in the first side formed in the at least one trolley guide and
    An elevator rail comprising an H shape with at least one guide channel on the first face for guiding the elevator wheel on the first face.
  36. 36. The elevator rail of claim 35, further comprising one or more light channels in the rail for installing the light.
  37. 37. The elevator rail of claim 35 further comprising an extension joint between sections of the rail attached to the building surface.
  38. 36. The elevator rail of claim 35 further comprising a surface for coupling a tire to the elevator on the rail.
  39. 36. The elevator rail of claim 35 further comprising an opening in at least one guide channel for connecting a cogwheel on the elevator.
  40. 36. The elevator rail of claim 35 further comprising an elevator cap having tires and wheels for guiding the elevator cap on the rail and connecting the H-shaped beams.
  41. 37. The elevator rail of claim 35, further comprising one or more trolleys in one or more trolley guides, wherein the trolley is connected to an elevator to elevate the elevator on the rails.
  42. 36. The elevator rail of claim 35 further comprising at least one light channel on a second surface for a power cable.
  43. An elevator rail for an elevator system attached to the exterior of a building according to claim 10,
    An elevator rail comprising a tooth on a rail for connecting a gear wheel on an elevator to elevate an elevator on a rail, and one or more guide wheels connected on an elevator.
  44. 44. The elevator rail of claim 43, wherein the rail section has an elevator for connecting to the building with a rail section on the building for transporting the elevator to the building.
  45. 45. An elevator rail as in claim 44 having a motor in the elevator for driving the cogwheel.
  46. 46. The method of claim 45, further comprising: attaching a rail section to the building and moving the rail section near the building to couple the rail section with the elevator to the rail section on the building so that the elevator on the coupled rails is elevated along the length of the building. An elevator rail comprising a transport vehicle having a rail section with means for the elevator.
  47. An elevator rail for an elevator system attached to an exterior of a building, the rail having a first side, a second side, and a cross-sectional portion therebetween,
    An elevator rail further comprising a channel in a first face forming one or more trolley guides and one or more guide channels on a first face to guide the elevator wheel on the first face.
  48. 48. The elevator rail of claim 47, further comprising one or more light channels on the rail for installing the light.
  49. 48. The elevator rail of claim 47 further comprising an extension joint between sections of the rail attached to the building surface.
  50. 48. The elevator rail of claim 47 further comprising a surface for connecting the tire to the elevator on the rail.
  51. 48. The elevator rail of claim 47, further comprising an opening in at least one guide channel for connecting the cogwheel on the elevator.
  52. 48. The elevator rail of claim 47 further comprising an elevator cap having tires and wheels for guiding the elevator cap on the rail and connecting the H-shaped beams.
  53. 48. The elevator rail of claim 47, further comprising one or more trolleys in one or more trolley guides, wherein the trolley is connected to an elevator to elevate the elevator on the rails.
  54. 48. The elevator rail of claim 47 further comprising at least one light channel on a second surface for a power cable.
  55. In a platform moving perpendicular to the face of the building,
    A vertically moving platform further comprising a platform extending between elevators for elevating the surface of the building when the elevator proceeds up and down on the surface of the building at the same height as a pair of rails attached to the surface of the building; .
  56. 56. The vertically moving platform of claim 55, wherein each elevator has a toothed wheel driven by an electric motor that connects to the teeth of the rail to elevate the elevator.
  57. 56. The vertically moving platform of claim 55, wherein the platform is pivotally connected to each elevator.
  58. 56. The vertically moving platform of claim 55, wherein said platform supports a corridor.
  59. 59. The vertically moving platform of claim 58, further comprising a scaffold at the top of the corridor.
  60. 59. The vertically moving platform of claim 58, further comprising a corner corridor portion attached to the elevator to connect to another corner corridor portion at the corner of the building.
  61. 56. The vertically moving platform of claim 55, further comprising a second elevator running over one or more rails.
  62. 56. The vertically moving platform of claim 55, further comprising an elevator having a crane running over one or more rails.
  63. 59. The vertically moving platform of claim 58, further comprising a fireproof insulating wall on the corridor facing the building to protect the interior of the corridor.
  64. 65. The vertically moving platform of claim 64, further comprising fireproof insulating floors and roofs on the corridor to protect the interior of the corridor.
  65. 59. The vertically moving platform of claim 58 further comprising a truss for supporting the platform.
  66. 59. The vertically moving platform of claim 58, further comprising a door on the corridor to access the building from the corridor.
  67. In a method for accessing the face of a building,
    Attach spaced rails to the face of the building;
    Attach an elevator to each rail;
    Attaching a platform between elevators;
    A method of accessing a face of a building, characterized by causing the elevator to elevate the face of the building to the same height to elevate the platform to the intended position to access the surface of the building.
  68. 68. The method of claim 67 further comprising attaching a second elevator to at least one rail such that the building is elevated above the rail to access the face and the elevator and the platform.
  69. 68. The access of a building of claim 67 further comprising attaching an elevator having a crane to one or more rails so that the elevator, the platform, and the second elevator are elevated above the rail to access the building's surface. How to.
  70. 70. The method of claim 69, further comprising attaching a pod to a crane to access one or more buildings, elevators and platforms, and a second elevator.
  71. 68. The method of claim 67, wherein the corridors are integrated into the platform to protect them.
  72. 68. The method of claim 67 further comprising engaging a scaffold in the corridor for easy access to the side of the building.
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