Gifford Elevator Energy Measurements 10 JAN 2010
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Building, Elevator #TypeBrandApprox Yr InstalledFloorsCapacity (Pounds)Rated Speed (FPM)Actual Speed Up (FPM)Actual Speed Down (FPM)Up/Dn Avg Speed (FPM)Stops on Long RideTime Long Ride UpTime Long Ride DnUP/Dn Avg Long RideLong Ride Net KJ UpLong Ride Net KJ DnLong Ride Net KJ Round TripTime 4 stops UpTime 4 Stops DnAvg Time 4 Stops UP/Dn4 Stops Up Net KJ4 Stops Dn Net KJ 4 Stops Round Trip Net KJMonthHP MotorKW MotorRun AmpsGenset HPMachine Idle KWLights + Fan KWStandby Total
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Building 1, Elevator #1TractionOtis Gen2200762,500?19719719721.821.821.817.562.479.92008 May107.46360.270.380.65
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Building 1, Elevator #2TractonOtis Gen2200762,100?19019019021.121.121.16.950.757.62008 May85.9280.320.120.44
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Building 2, Elevator #1TractionOtis Gen2200582,500??189196192.520.220.120.2315.718.72008 Aug107.46361.110.071.18
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Building 2, Elevator #2TractionOtis Gen2200582,500??19619619620.320.320.33.417.6212008 Aug107.46360.570.030.6
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Building 3TractionKone Ecomatic200772,500??15014614825.325.825.614106.4120.42008 May?0.270.080.35
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Building 4, Elevator #1TractionKone Ecomatic200872,500??14014014025.325.525.420.2132152.22008 Dec?0.140.0950.235
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Building 4, Elevator #2TractionKone Ecomatic200872,500??14914114525.521.523.520.9141.2162.12008 Dec?0.050.0950.145
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Building 5TractionDover199272,100??184189186.522.221.521.969.6106.41762008 July270.880.88Standby includes 15KW 208 Volt > 440 Volt Transformer
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Building 6TractionDover199262,100??20118919524.224.924.644.785.8130.52008 July??1.050.161.21Standby includes 15KW 208 Volt > 440 Volt Transformer
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Building 7HydraulicDover?200163,00015012212212231.328.930.1430.11.4431.52008 May?0.090.09
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Building 8HydraulicNon-Proprietary199562,000????154131142.531.72829.9505.83.8509.62008 Jun?0.250.25
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Building 9TractionNon-Proprietary200462,500150153268210.530.125.527.814.1138.91532008 May150.160.320.48
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Building 10TractionNon-Proprietary200772,50015013015214128.327.828.121.2117.4138.6January150.150.15
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Building 11TractionNon-Proprietary200572,500150145134139.515124139April150.150.15
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Building 12TractionNon-Proprietary - Yakasawa Varispeed FT200772,500150150139144.527.626.927.315107.5122.52008 May150.130.13
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Building 13, Elevator #1TractionNon-Proprietary - Motion Control Engineering with Tricon20049?2,000??204197200.527.526.527.04.29.613.82008 Aug15
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Building 13, Elevator #2TractionNon-Proprietary - MCE with Tricon20049?2,000??199224211.528.928.628.82.912.715.62008 Aug1541.90.140.14
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Building 14, Elevator #1TractionNon-Proprietary - MCE with Tricon200472,000200202159180.528.228.928.64.914.419.32007 Sep150.140.14
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Building 14, Elevator #2TractionNon-Proprietary - MCE with Tricon200472,000200169210189.526.128.527.32.913.1162008 Sep150.230.23
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Building 15TractionNon-Proprietary198962,000?19417818625.426.225.889.2180269.22006 May150.70.7
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Building 16TractionNon-Proprietary with AC/DC Genset199082,000?15915115526.328.427.477.3173.2250.52007 May15150.410.41
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Building 17, Elevator #1TractionNon-Proprietary20066?2,50020017021619329.662.492December150.250.25
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Building 17, Elevator #2TractionNon-Proprietary20066?2,500200176187181.522.571.293.7December150.250.25
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Building 18, Elevator #1TractionNon-Proprietary with AC/DC Genset1998142,100?450297373.5222222.056.2101.4157.6May1820
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Building 19, Elevator #1TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Safetronics/Yaskawa GPD 515/G51994122,00020022720921810 Stops37.337.537.441.3167.6208.921.621.721.720.677.598.12009 April150.140.14
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Building 19, Elevator #2TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Yaskawa GPD 515/G61994122,00020017317917610 Stops41.941.541.728.6174.3202.924.424.524.516.68096.62009 April150.030.03
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Building 19, Elevator #3TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Saftronics CS G31994122,50010090989410 Stops70.169.569.864.6268332.636.53636.334.9118152.92009 April10
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Building 20, Elevator #1TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Magnetek HPV9001998162,50025034327130714 Stops37.737.937.825.2223.7248.918.51818.316.474.6912009 April200.480.050.53
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Building 20, Elevator #2TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Magnetek HPV9001998162,00025023425824614 Stops41.240.941.0529.9148.5178.420.320.220.320.255.575.72009 April150.570.170.74
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Building 20, Elevator #3TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Magnetek HPV9001998162,00025024627225914 Stops39.139.139.127.3144.1171.41818.318.217.551.969.42009 April150.620.190.81
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Building 21, Elevator #1TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Baldor Vector Drive1997122,000200179236207.510 Stops38.637.738.217144.2161.22221.721.910.568.5792009 May150.060.140.2
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Building 21, Elevator #2TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Baldor Vector Drive1997122,000200193208200.510 Stops36.83636.424.4145.8170.220.420.120.312.767.980.62009 May150.090.150.24
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Building 21, Elevator #3TractionNon-Proprietary MCE with Saftronics G3+1997122,50010098989810 Stops62.562.562.529.443.372.730.330.230.312.518.631.12009 May1000.050.05
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Building 22, Elevator #4TractionOtis with Magnetek Saber DC3412 Drive1991512,000?67460063748 Stops45.445.545.5293.2668961.2******20009 Aug?1.441.44
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Buiding 22, Elevator #5TractionOtis with Magnetek Saber DC3412 Drive1991512,500?439432435.548 Stops60.860.960.97.8844.1851.9******2009 Aug?3.343.34
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* Short rides on elevators with many stops can be misleading for several reasons, including large differences in speed and energy use when the ride is taken close to the top of the building vs. when the ride is taken close to the bottom of the building (where the up ride includes lifting a very long and heavy cable).
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