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ISO – Lift (Elevator) installation — Part 1: Class I, II, III and VI lifts
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Covers passenger lifts in classes specified with dimensions. For installation of lifts in new buildings and can be used in existing buildings where relevant.
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We recommend that 41190-1 check the website of the publishers of the international document before making a purchase. Platform lifts and low-speed lifts You may be interested in this related standard Guidelines for safe working on new lift installations in new constructions You may be interested in this related standard.