UK lift safety specialist Memco will be showcasing products from its extensive range at this year’s LIFTEX exhibition, being held on 12 and 13 May at the ExCel exhibition centre in London’s docklands. The company will be located at stand E2.
Products on display will include the new best-selling emergency lift telephone, the Memcom, and the full accessories range. Designed with extensive installer and end-user input, the Memcom incorporates a variety of features to make installation, setup and continued use as easy and simple as possible. An on-unit keypad, backlit LCD and microphone all help to ease programming of numbers and messages, and the MPS (Multi Point Station) accessory is suitable for the motor room, pit and under-car locations instead of needing different units for all three. The flexibility of the product means that it also fulfils EN81-28* safety requirements across Europe. More information about the Memcom can be found at the product’s dedicated website, http://www.memcom.eu/ .
Also on show on Memco’s stand will be the hugely successful Panachrome combined sensor/visual indicator system, used in installations across the world from the USA to India. In addition, a range of lift displays will also be available to view.
LIFTEX is organised by the Lift and Escalator Industry Association and is the only exhibition for manufacturers of lifts, escalators, components and service companies in the UK. LIFTEX enjoyed unprecedented growth in 2007, and all indications are that this will continue in 2010.
Memco (www.memco.co.uk) is the international market leader in the manufacture and sale of infrared door sensors for lifts. Established in 1971 and located in the UK, Memco exports over 80% of production. The company has offices in the USA, France, Germany, Spain, Italy, the Czech Republic and Japan, plus worldwide distributors.
*EN81-28 2004 requires that a lift emergency telephone device is checked every 3 days or less by simulating an emergency call (automatic test), and that any battery supporting the system has a minimum of 1 hour of life.