The KLEEMANN Design range is an attractive selection of lift cabins incorporating special fittings and unusual features.
Featured here is the Future Trend T710, designed by Andreas Zapatinas. It features a curved steel ceiling in white with a hidden light, together with curved steel sheet walls. Shadow gaps, door posts and handrails are in stainless steel mirror, while the floor is a laminate. A full height and full width mirror is incorporated. The car operating panels are in FPY stainless steel satin with BlueLine.
The Classic Athena A710 (featured below) is on the opposite end of the spectrum and resonates with old style elegance. The ceiling is made of stainless steel bronze mirror and includes two sconces as well. Walls are in a special sheet leather called Leguan Copper while the corners and skirtings are in stainless steel bronze satin. Handrails are in stainless steel bronze mirror and a rustic mirror is included.
KLEEMANN HELLAS is a Greek company and was founded in 1983, based on the know-how and licence of one of the biggest German lift companies, KLEEMANN HUBTECHNIK GmbH.
KLEEMANN is committed to manufacturing and providing complete lifts and services that enhance reliability, safety, comfort and aesthetics in the transportation of passengers and goods.
KLEEMANN products are available from Hands On Lifts in South Africa.
Complete Lift Systems include:
A wide selection of lift assemblies are provided in the Kleemann range.
Passenger cabins are offered in the following models:
Freight and goods cabins are also available.
The door options include:
Electronics include car and landing operating panels, controllers and pre-wiring.
The traction elevation systems include:
While the hydraulic elevation systems include:
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