Elevator Specifications

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Freight Elevator

  • Freight Elevator #13, Located in Small Truck Loading C-1 loading (see RCW below) Cab: 10'4" wide x 11'4" deep Doors: Bi-parting power freight doors 10'-0" x 10'-0" Capacity: 10,000 lb

Passenger Elevators

  • Elevator #5
    Located just off the main entrance of Lobby #1
    Cab: 5’8” W x 4’ D x 7’0” H
    Doors: Single Speed / Side Opening Door
    Capacity: 2,500 lb
  • Elevator #8
    Located just off of Lobby #2
    Cab: 8’ W x 4’ D x 7’ H
    Doors: Single Speed / Center
    Opening Door 21” x 71”
    Capacity: 2,500 lb
  • Elevator #9
    Located on the main level at the northern most end of Lobby #3 to the Promenade
    Cab: 6’4” W x 3’11” D x 7’4” H
    Doors: Single Speed / Center
    Opening Door. 24” x 71”
    Capacity: 2,500lb
  • Elevator #10
    Located at the entrance of the Exhibit Hall
    Cab: 6’8” W x 5’11” D x 7’4” H
    Doors: Single Speed/Center
    Opening Door 3’6” x 7’0”
    Capacity: 3,500 lb
  • Elevator #12
    Located at the north east corner
    of the Riverside Hall
    Cab: 6’9” W x 4’4” D x 7’4” H
    Doors: Single Speed/Center
    Opening Door 3’6 x 7’0”
    Capacity: 2,500 lb

*All elevators are ADA accessible.

WAC 296-96-23243 C-1 loading: Industrial truck loading: Where the load is carried in transit or handled on and off the car platform by means of power industrial trucks or by hand trucks having a loaded weight more than one-quarter the rated load of the elevator. For this class of loading the following requirements apply:

  1. The rated load must be based on not less than 50lb./ft. squared of inside net platform area.
  2. The weight of the loaded industrial truck must not exceed the rated load of the elevator.
  3. The weight of the loaded industrial truck plus any other material carried on the elevator must not exceed the rated load when the industrial truck is also carried.
  4. During loading or unloading, the load on the elevator must in no case exceed 150 percent of the rated load, and where this load exceeds the rated load, the capacity of the brake and the traction relation must be adequate to safely sustain the level at least 150 percent of the rated load.

Note: When the entire rated load is placed on the elevator by the industrial truck in increments, the load imposed on the car platform while the last increment is being loaded or the first increment unladed will exceed the rated load by the weight of the empty industrial truck.

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