The lifting speed of passenger elevators is usually abo […]
The lifting speed of passenger elevators is usually about 1 meter per second. As the elevator rises or falls, passengers will experience a large air pressure difference in a short period of time, so they will feel uncomfortable eardrums, even instantaneous hearing loss, high blood pressure, heart People who are ill will also feel dizzy. China Home Elevator Manufacturer reminds us that these methods can be used to solve problems: opening the mouth, massaging the roots of the ears, chewing gum, and even chewing without a mouth, can adjust the ability of the eardrum to adapt to changes in external air pressure and relieve eardrum pressure.
In addition, there are some things you need to pay special attention to when taking elevators in normal times: if the power supply is interrupted due to sudden reasons, and passengers are trapped in the car, this is because the car often stops at a non-leveling position, so passengers must not be nervous, The elevator maintenance personnel should be notified to come to the rescue through the alarm device in the car or other feasible methods. Never try to open the car door or open the safety window on the car roof to escape.
Passengers should see whether the elevator car stops on this floor before boarding the elevator, and cannot blindly step in to prevent the floor door from being open and the car is not on the floor and falling into the hoistway.
If the landing door is still closed after pressing the elevator button, you should wait patiently, do not try to unlock the door, and do not play around in front of the landing door to hit the landing door. Do not be too slow when entering and exiting the elevator, and do not step on the floor and the car for a long time.
In a strong thunderstorm, it is best not to take the elevator if there is no emergency, because the elevator machine room is usually located at the highest point of the roof. If the lightning protection device fails, it is easy to attract lightning. In addition, in the event of a fire in a high-rise building, never take the elevator downstairs. People who carry gasoline, alcohol, firecrackers, and other flammable and explosive materials should not take the elevator up and down the stairs.