KONE MonoSpace 700 is a fully customizable machine room-less for mid- to high-rise applications
- Speed: - ft/min(m/s): 200, 350, 500 fpm (1.00, 1.78, 2.54 m/s)
- Max. travel: - ft(m: 300 (91.4)
- Capacity: - lbs(kg): 2000 - 5000 AIA (907-2268)
- Landings: 6 - 27
- 52 professionally designed car interiors to choose from
- Six design themes to inspire you
- Over 100 accessories and materials that can be combined to create a customized look and feel
- Excellent eco-efficiency – hoisting technology, lighting and standby solutions for energy efficient operation.
- Superb ride comfort – smooth and silent operation through the latest elevator technology and quality tests performed after each installation.
- Versatile design - a broad set of attractive materials and accessories to create the perfect interior for your elevator.
CAR INTERIORS THAT COMPLEMENT YOUR BUILDING'S STYLE
The KONE Design Collection is a versatile set of inspiring elevator car interiors that have been created by our award-winning design team. Choose a complete interior from one of the collection’s contemporary design themes, or create your own unique look and feel by mixing and matching our wide range of materials and accessories.
KONE Car Designer
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.
KONE Elevator Toolbox
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.
KONE MonoSpace® 700 side configurations and dimensions
Available in passenger and service shape with front and rear opening options
KONE MonoSpace® 700 (MRL)
The renewed KONE MonoSpace® machine room-less elevator combines our proven eco-efficient technology with ride-comfort and design innovations.
KONE Elevator Signalization
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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