Pak Elevator Zone is an elevators company in Pakistan that manufactures elevators in Pakistan. And import elevators parts from Fujjida Elevator Co, Larsson Elevator Co, Zeen Elevator Co, Otis Elevator Co, Delfar Elevator Co, Fuji Elevator Co, Nippon Elevator Co & and all over the world. This Company is specialized in manufacturing and supplying elevator products and elevators. This company is registered by the government of Pakistan. Pak Elevator Zone also specializes in installing any imported lifts of clients. Pak Elevator Zone designs and provides a variety of elevator cabins, door, ceiling, etc. for customers to choose according to customer needs, to meet the various needs of different cities of Pakistan. In particular to provide a variety of customized cars, doors, and other design and production. Pak Elevator Zone products are widely appreciated by people of Pakistan. The Company leading industry engineer expert and high quality

OUR HISTORY. Developing elevators in Pakistan using 20 years of experience. Our test rigs replicate real-world operating conditions and are used to rigorously test each and every elevator drive. Which leaves the drive repair facility, our engineers have repaired thousands of elevator drives. And have achieved first-time repair success for 99.8% of the repairs. We have completed. Elevator Drives are highly complex, using a huge number of inputs to calculate the torque and rotational speeds required of the elevator drive motor. With some elevator drives even capable of energy recovery, harnessing the energy created by the elevator car as it descends. Understanding the complexity of elevator drive repair for this huge range of manufacturers has taken substantial investment in research and development. We coupled with intensive quality control and a commitment to innovation.

OUR ABILITY. Pak Elevator Zone's ability to provide reliable repairs for all variations of elevator. We drive and our commitment to exceptional customer service means no other company can match our ability to provide a global service for elevator drive repair. Bringing people together. That’s what we do and that’s what we are all about. People buy a lift because they want to be comfortable at home, spend time with their loved ones, and make it easy for friends to come to visit. Our company group is constantly expanding with new subsidiaries and companies across Pakistan, but we all share the same culture based on the same core values: Personal, Progressive, and Professional. As long as we act according to these values, we will succeed in bringing people together. This was the beginning of the great journey, our product portfolio offers you a wide variety of vertical lifts and stairlifts. Our lifts are manufactured in Karachi as elevators companies in Karachi and Pakistan and delivered in manageable size packages to facilitate logistics and installation.

OUR MISSION. Our main Mission is to Provide our customers Best Product and Quality they need. In Best Prices.


We come in top good Elevators Companies In Pakistan which provide quality work to their customers we deal with many varieties of elevators. Which have Cargo Lift, Small Lift, Imported Lift, Local Lift, Passenger Lift, Dumbwaiter, and Installations & lift Maintenance Services in Pakistan. And countless lifts have been installed in Karachi, Nuryaabad and Hyderabad by us.

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Does your business revolve around moving heavy goods between floor levels?

Installing a vertical reciprocating conveyor could help to increase productivity. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, back injuries make up 20% of work-related injuries. If you want to keep your business and your employees performing at the top level, lift installation is the way to go. Read on to see what’s involved and what you stand to gain from putting a lift in place.

The Benefits of Lift Installation are that Lifts provide a long-term solution for all your heavy-lifting requirements and offer several benefits. Some of these are:

1. Safe, easy, vertical transportation of goods

2. Increased productivity

3. Time savings

4. Less labor required than carrying goods

5. Elimination of the need for forK lifts


Most elevators are built to provide about 30 to 40 years of service. Although some elevators as old as 50 years or more are still in service as long as service intervals specified and periodic maintenance/inspections by the manufacturer are followed. As the elevator ages and equipment become increasingly difficult to find or replace, along with code changes and deteriorating ride performance. A complete overhaul of the elevator may be suggested to the building owner.

Typically, a modernization will affect the controller equipment. The part of the elevator that controls the movement of the elevator through the floors. The hoist machines and motors (the part of the elevator that does the heavy lifting). Electrical wiring and buttons of the cab (controlling the lights, destination floors, etc.). Even the tracks of the doors are sometimes modified and changed, all to keep the elevator up-to-date. And to the aesthetics conscious, paneling, electronics, and additional style changes can also be done in the interior of the cabs. It must be emphasized that existing elevators. if properly maintained and periodically examined, are safe.


For starters, an elevator modernization plan will have to be created. This is done usually with the help of an elevator service company which can also do modernization.

This process will determine which parts of the elevator will have to be modernized, the scope of the procedure. And most importantly, making sure that code compliance is met. Once this is done, preventive maintenance will have to be done until the elevator is removed from service.

During this time, the elevator will be out of service, so building owners will have to compensate for this. This includes proper diversion of building’s traffic, creating contingency plans, and so on. This is needed because depending on the amount of modernization done. The number of elevators, and the size of the building, the whole process may take anywhere from a few months, to a whole year.

When the process complete, the elevator service company must complete the elevator. Examination for the newly installed elevator or elevator recently complete the major alterations before it back in service.

Components that need to be replaced in different elevator modernization plans

Disclaimer: These are the plans with the basic requirement for elevator modernization. Terms may vary by the elevator safety code in some countries. Elevatorpedia strongly recommends building owners, consult the professional's suggestions before the construction project gets started.


It only takes Seven steps for a trained technician to install your new lift.

1. Setting the Columns in Place

• First, the technician will make sure that the place you would like the lift installed is a good option. They will suggest alternatives if necessary. Remember: There should be enough space to work safely without impacting your workflow.

• The floors on both levels need to be sturdy enough to support the lift system when loaded. They will also check that there’s enough overhead clearance for loading and off-loading the cargo.

• They will bolt the columns and guide columns into place.

2. Adding the Carriage

Outlines will be drawn on the floor and walls to ensure that the carriage is placed in the correct location to travel up the columns evenly and level. The carriage is placed inside the columns in the exact position indicated by these markings. Wheel blocks will be fitted to the columns and bolted to the carriage uprights accordingly. Lift chains are installed and connected to the wheel blocks. These should not run off the sprocket when the carriage is raised.

3. Raising the Drive Base for Mechanical Lift


If you are installing a mechanical lift, the drive base will be lifted into place on top of the columns. When the motor drive is fitted correctly, the drive base will be bolted in place and later, welded to the supports.

4. Assembling and Setting the Gates and Enclosures

Gates and enclosures are important to prevent items from slipping off the VRC and injuring someone. These should be welded firmly into place.

5. Wiring the Electrical Components

Your technician will take care of all the wiring that makes your lift go up and down. This will ensure that the lift is easily operated at the flick of a switch. They will also make sure that the lift is working properly and that it can be operated safely by any one of your employees.

6. A Final Check

The last step in a successful lift installation involves a thorough inspection of the unit. Then, your employees or a designated operator will be shown how to operate the lift safely. This should serve as the final operational check for your lift.

Lift installation is the perfect solution to help your business grow quickly. What are you waiting for? Get in touch and let’s take your business to the next level. We offer tailor-made solutions to suit your needs.

7. Modernization:

Elevator modernization or lift modernization is the process of upgrading the critical parts of the elevator. In order for it to be able to handle new technology, have better performance, improve safety. And even give the aesthetics an up-to-date appeal.


In any commercial building, vertical transportation represents an important financial investment. As much as hundreds of thousands of dollars for just a medium-size building. With an asset this valuable, it is good business to have a well-defined program to ensure correct elevator maintenance. While this article focuses on maintenance of elevators in Pakistan, much of the general information applies to escalators as well. An elevator is an extremely complex system with hundreds of parts that must be maintained. One function of maintenance is ensuring continued operation by preventing excessive wear and breakdown. In systems as complex as modern elevator systems, a more important aspect of maintenance is to ensure that the equipment continues to perform. As it was originally designed. This can be accomplished only by qualified, trained technicians using the correct equipment and tools. The components of an elevator system that require regular maintenance can be categorized by their location. In the machine room, the hoist way, or the car.

Note: Maintenance requirements specific to hydraulic or traction elevators are not addressed in this article.

Routine Elevator Maintenance Checklist

•To maintain proper elevator operation, check and correct:

• Response time

• Travel time between floors

• Leveling

• Door operation

• Starting and stopping

• Hall and call lights and floor indicators

To maintain elevator support systems, check and repair:

• Emergency lighting and alarms

• Communications devices (for example, intercoms or telephones)

To maintain the physical condition of an elevator:

• Maintain cleanliness

• Check for and repair interior damage

• Check signage and repair when necessary


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Elevator Machine Room:

The elevator machine room is the heart of the elevator system. It contains the elevator hoisting machines, motor generator sets or solid-state power supply, and control equipment. The control equipment is an essential part of the total operating mechanism that accelerates, decelerates, and levels the car at each floor. Most of the routine maintenance takes place in the machine room. This includes routine servicing of motors, generators, switches, contacts, brakes, and controls.

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Hoist way:

The hoist way contains the guide rails on which the elevator car and counterweight run. The corridor doors, hangers, door locks, and operating mechanisms. Switches and other operating and safety devices; and space for cables and other equipment. Equipment with in hoist ways that requires maintenance includes buffers, corridor door hangers and locks, switches, and safety devices. Most maintenance of these components must be performed from inside the hoist way and outside the elevator car. The hoist way pit houses the car and counterweights buffers, cable pulley and tensioning devices, and limit switches. The overhead of the hoist way may contain the over speed governor mechanism and limit switches with space for the safety of personnel on the top of the elevator car. The hoist way is a dangerous place to work. For safety, only qualified personnel should perform elevator maintenance and repair work.

Elevator Car

Elevator Car:

With few exceptions, elevator cars are fire-resistant, well-ventilated structures. Maintenance requirements for elevator cars include servicing door operating equipment and ventilation equipment at the top of the car and safety equipment at the bottom. This work must also be performed from within the hoist way. Flooring in elevator cars requires daily cleaning and service, and must be replaced more often than other flooring because of the amount of traffic. When replacing the floor, use nonslip material and nonflammable solutions in refinishing or cleaning the cab. Flooring, along with care of car interior finishes, is usually the responsibility of the property owner.


Periodic review of an elevator system is important to check that the system. Is being properly maintained and also to spot components that are candidates for modernization. Proper maintenance alone is not enough. Elevator system reviews can be conducted by in-house personnel or by an elevator professional and should be performed more often than maintenance or inspections. The following checklist outlines areas that should be checked during a property manager’s elevator system review:

• Operation: Does elevator service appear to be adequate for daily passenger traffic loads?

• Passenger satisfaction: Are people criticizing elevator service? Do they complain about waiting, crowding, or malfunctioning equipment?

• Average elevator wait time:

1. 25 seconds or less = excellent rating

2. 26 to 30 seconds = good rating

3. 31 to 35 seconds = fair rating

4. over 35 seconds = poor rating

• Elevator maintenance call backs: Are they with in the industry standard of two per elevator per year?

• Performance: Does current elevator operation compare with the performance specifications. When the equipment was new the insurance inspectors, maintenance contractor, or government recommended any repairs or adjustments

• Safety features: Are the emergency alarm bell and intercom or telephone operating?

If there is an emergency lighting system, does it operate during a simulated shutdown?

• Fixtures: Are hall and elevator call lights and floor indicators working correctly?

Are overhead lights and ventilation systems operating?

• Doors: At stops, do the doors operate noisily?

Are passengers bumped by the doors?

• Starting and stopping: Do elevators hesitate at floors too long after buttons are pressed?

Do they start and stop abruptly or uncomfortably?

• Leveling: Does the car level with the floor at each stop so passengers will not trip?

• Ride: Do you hear squeaks and scrapes or feel vibrations when the elevators are running?

Do they feel unbalanced?

• Run times: Do elevators grouped in the same bank appear to operate at different speeds during comparable runs?


Elevator performance and maintenance go hand in hand. Poor maintenance or performance is indicated by increased floor-to-floor elevator operating and/or waiting times. Periodically, the property manager should time elevator functions and compare them with the manufacturer’s specifications. In order to evaluate the overall system performance.

Check elevator performance by riding the elevators. Concentrate on sounds by alternately closing your eyes and covering your ears to intensify what you see, hear, and feel. Listen to the comments of people using the elevators.

Operations that are commonly timed and checked include the following:

• Floor-to-floor time: Time required to make a one-floor run. Measured from the time the hoistway doors start to close at one floor until they are fully open at the next floor.

• Performance time: Measured from the time the doors start to close at one floor until they are sufficiently open to allow passenger exchange at the next floor.

• Car start time: Measured from the time the doors start to close until the elevator actually moves.

• Brake-to-brake time: Measured from the time the car starts until it stops on a one-floor run.

• Door open time: Measured from the time doors start to open until fully open.

• Door dwell time: Length of time doors remain fully open by car or hall call without being affected by cancellation features.

The above tests should be performed near a mid-floor stop. Measurements should be taken in both directions and averaged.


The elevator maintenance company or the original manufacturer of the equipment can resolve uncertainty about existing elevator equipment and the need for modernization. These companies should be able to analyze the building’s traffic and elevator service to ascertain the capabilities of the present elevator equipment.

A vertical transportation consultant should perform a traffic study to collect key data on elevator usage and performance during a preselected period. A traffic study provides a detailed traffic and performance analysis of the elevator, indicating whether the system is operating up to its original specifications sign of proper maintenance or if performance levels have slipped.

In addition, vertical transportation consultants should recommend which elevator components need to be modernized and which can be retained. Some companies can collect data from the traffic study and create a computer simulation of the building. Using this model, they can demonstrate the effects of different modernization schemes. By showing the types of service improvements in advance, they can help determine the best decision for a particular building. Vertical transportation consultants can also help prepare bidding documents once the modernization approach is decided.


Gearless Machine and Traction Machine is planted by seeing the load and floor heights of the companies.

we provide a Traction machine (vvvf) system for passengers who carry the passengers with the speed of 1 to 1.5 meter per second and in cargo lifts carries with the speed of o.5 meters per second.

We provide M.S Ibeem and M.S channels frame foundation and fix rubber pads to provide the high-quality motor foundation for load capacity to our clients.

we provide branded inventors to protect lifts from any damage and to save passengers though it works smoothly and it takes less electricity to work and helps over lift to work and to save your electricity bills.

we provide cabin locally and or imports and fit it professionally and plants all safety and 304 grade made in Taiwan (rust free) to our customers.

We useS.S material and M.S channel up and down (youg) site bras balance roads a modern and fancy car we provide to our customers and all the cabin material is imported except cabin.

We fit an emergency bracks system in (youg) because the lift using 1-meter pers second speed and accidentally sleeps so it breaks the lift so the passengers save from any damage.

So contact us or discuss with about your project. We provide you good knowledge for your work. So don't forget Pak Elevator zone one of the best Elevators companies in Karachi, And One of the best Elevators companies in Pakistan

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PAKISTAN ELEVATOR ZONE has completed countless projects as the elevator maufacturers in Pakistan. Here are a few of them.






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