A team led by Professor Alan Windle on the University of Cambridge have been able to combine several nanotubes to make a weave. This would give the elevator ONE HUNDRED times the tensile strength of steel for the same diameter.
The interlocking carbon-to-carbon covalent bonds form one massive molecule that is definitely very difficult to break. “. ”The “thread” material scientists are banking on right now are Carbon Nanotubes.
With its autonomous and self-climbing robot, this prototype option allows the safe and high-quality setting up of elevators, and is ideally suited for easy use in high-rise buildings. Scaled up to the length of a football field, it would still be only a micrometer across — smaller over a red blood cell.
“We are proud to introduce this innovative robotics Home Elevators Manufacturers system which supplies a new level of worker safety and helps you to improve quality, ” said Karl-Heinz Bauer, Leader Technology Officer, Schindler Group. “This is another example involving Schindler’s commitment to providing digital and urban mobility solutions to shape smart cities of the long run