Space- and energy-efficient low-rise elevator for residential buildings
Greater efficiency - The secret behind the KONE EcoSpace™ elevator is the energy-efficient, permanent-magnet, gearless traction KONE EcoDisc® motor.
Space savings - KONE EcoSpace does not need a separate machine room thanks to the KONE EcoDisc hoisting motor, which is so compact that it can be located in the hoistway. There is no need for a control room as the KONE EcoSpace control and logic components fit inside the wall of the top elevator landing.
KONE Polaris™ - Adding our destination control system can significantly improve convenience in your building while enhancing the appearance of your lobby.
Design your own elevator interior online. Choose a theme from the KONE Design Collection, or mix and match materials, lighting, and accessories to create a unique look.
Save time in the planning and design phase by specifying your elevator solution online and creating a detailed specification as well as customized CAD drawings BIM models.
The KONE EcoSpace™ elevator offers a wide selection of cabs, entrances and signalization to enhance the look of your building at an affordable price.
The Environmental Product Declaration provides you, as a KONE customer, information on environmental performance of KONE products and services
Choose from a wide range of aesthetic options to match the look and feel of your elevator and complement your lobby design.
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