Schindler 3300 XL Elevator

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Select the elevator dimensions and features from the fields below and Schindler Plan will configure a Model 3300 XL elevator that fulfills your requirements.
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*Available in select markets at this time. Please contact your local Schindler representative for more details.

Individual Hoistway Dimensions box-sizeHoistway Dimensions are determined by these four factors: A. Hoistway Width B. Hoistway Depth C. Pit Depth D. Overhead

Individual Hoistway DimensionsX

box-sizeHoistway Dimensions are determined by these four factors: A. Hoistway Width B. Hoistway Depth C. Pit Depth D. Overhead

Hoistway Width

Must select capacity to view

Hoistway Depth

Must select capacity and rear openings to view

Pit Depth

Overhead

Must select speed and cab height to view
*For areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide an additional 2" to hoistway width. Schindler can fit into 2" narrower (width) hoistways with no tolerance.

Plan View

Plan ViewX

Must select door type, door hand and rear openings to view preview

Detailed Plan View

Detailed Plan ViewX

Must select door type, door hand and rear openings to view preview

Section View

Section ViewX

Must select rear openings to view preview

Detailed Section View

Detailed Section ViewX

Must select rear openings to view preview

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Basic Design Development

Quantity of Units The number of units in the elevator bank.

Quantity of UnitsX

The number of units in the elevator bank.

Service Type General Purpose: doors are always on the long side of the hoistway and ADA compliant to carry passengers. Hospital/Service: doors are on the short side of the hoistway to accommodate hospital stretcher/beds.

Service TypeX

General Purpose: doors are always on the long side of the hoistway and ADA compliant to carry passengers. Hospital/Service: doors are on the short side of the hoistway to accommodate hospital stretcher/beds.

Capacity The amount of weight an elevator can safely carry.

CapacityX

The amount of weight an elevator can safely carry.

Speed The top speed the elevator can achieve in feet per minute.

SpeedX

The top speed the elevator can achieve in feet per minute.

Door Type The number of door panels and the way they open.

Door TypeX

The number of door panels and the way they open.

Cab Height The dimension from the finished floor to the canopy of the cab.

Cab HeightX

The dimension from the finished floor to the canopy of the cab.

Door Hand The direction that the door opens when looking out from inside the elevator.

Door HandX

The direction that the door opens when looking out from inside the elevator.

Rear Openings A second opening for the elevator cab.

Rear OpeningsX

A second opening for the elevator cab.

Cab Inside Dimensions Clear cab inside width, depth, and height dimensions.

Cab Inside DimensionsX

Clear cab inside width, depth, and height dimensions.

Working Drawings

Quantity of Landings On how many floors will the elevator stop.

Quantity of LandingsX

On how many floors will the elevator stop.

Quantity of Front Openings The necessary number of front openings for your elevator.

Quantity of Front OpeningsX

The necessary number of front openings for your elevator.

Quantity of Rear Openings The necessary number of rear openings required for your building.

Quantity of Rear OpeningsX

The necessary number of rear openings required for your building.

Hoistway Entrance Dimensions The width and height of the entrance that are available for the service type and capacity selected. Entrance height must be at least one foot less than the cab height.

Hoistway Entrance DimensionsX

The width and height of the entrance that are available for the service type and capacity selected. Entrance height must be at least one foot less than the cab height.

Travel Limits The distance that the elevator travels from the bottom landing to the top most landing served. (Minimum Travel Limits is 8' 8 1/8", Maximum Travel Limits is 108' 0")

Travel LimitsX

The distance that the elevator travels from the bottom landing to the top most landing served.

Power Supply The voltage that will be available to power the elevator.

Power SupplyX

The voltage that will be available to power the elevator.

Cab Details

Cab Walls Solid walls of 16 gauge formed steel, with a painted or stainless steel finish.

Cab WallsX

Solid walls of 16 gauge formed steel, with a painted or stainless steel finish.

Base, Frieze & Reveals Visible area surrounding the panels (base is below, frieze is above, reveals are in between).

Base, Frieze & RevealsX

Visible area surrounding the panels (base is below, frieze is above, reveals are in between).

Cab Ceiling Decorative and visible part of the top of the elevator.

Cab CeilingX

Decorative and visible part of the top of the elevator.

Cab Return & Transom The return is panel that houses the Cab Operating Panel(s). The transom is the panel above the doors and the returns.

Cab Return & TransomX

The return is panel that houses the Cab Operating Panel(s). The transom is the panel above the doors and the returns.

Cab Doors The doors that move with the cab.

Cab DoorsX

The doors that move with the cab.

Cab Handrail Mounting Mounting indicates the location and quantity of handrails in the cab.

Cab Handrail MountingX

Mounting indicates the location and quantity of handrails in the cab.

Cab Handrail Type and Finish Defines the shape and the architectural finish of the handrails inside the cab.

Cab Handrail Type and FinishX

Defines the shape and the architectural finish of the handrails inside the cab.

Cab Threshold The threshold or sill is part of the platform underneath the elevator cab.

Cab ThresholdX

The threshold or sill is part of the platform underneath the elevator cab.

Frames, Fixtures and Finishes

Construction

This is the construction of the elevator entrance frames. They are bolted frames.

ConstructionX

This is the construction of the elevator entrance frames. They are bolted frames.

Frame Finishes - All Floors This means you have the same finish on all of your entrance frames at each floor.

Frame Finishes - All FloorsX

This means you have the same finish on all of your entrance frames at each floor.

Frame Finishes - 1st Floor Hoistway entrance frame at just the first floor.

Frame Finishes - 1st FloorX

Hoistway entrance frame at just the first floor.

Frame Finishes - 2nd Floor Hoistway entrance frame at just the second floor.

Frame Finishes - 2nd FloorX

Hoistway entrance frame at just the second floor.

Frame Finishes - Typical Floors Hoistway entrance frame at all other floors.

Frame Finishes - Typical FloorsX

Hoistway entrance frame at all other floors.

Door Finishes - All Floors All of the hoistway doors will have the same finish at each floor.

Door Finishes - All FloorsX

All of the hoistway doors will have the same finish at each floor.

Door Finishes - 1st Floor Hoistway door at just the first floor.

Door Finishes - 1st FloorX

Hoistway door at just the first floor.

Door Finishes - 2nd Floor Hoistway door at just the second floor.

Door Finishes - 2nd FloorX

Hoistway door at just the second floor.

Door Finishes - Typical Floors Hoistway doors at all other floors.

Door Finishes - Typical FloorsX

Hoistway doors at all other floors.

Threshold Finishes - All Floors All of the hoistways sills (part of the hoistway) will have the same finish at each floor.

Threshold Finishes - All FloorsX

All of the hoistways sills (part of the hoistway) will have the same finish at each floor.

Threshold Finishes - 1st Floor Hoistway sill at just the first floor.

Threshold Finishes - 1st FloorX

Hoistway sill at just the first floor.

Threshold Finishes - 2nd Floor Hoistway sill at just the second floor.

Threshold Finishes - 2nd FloorX

Hoistway sill at just the second floor.

Threshold Finishes - Typical Floors Hoistway sill at all other floors.

Threshold Finishes - Typical FloorsX

Hoistway sill at all other floors.

Additional Options

Cab Pads Protective pads that cover the walls (during office moves etc.).

Cab PadsX

Protective pads that cover the walls (during office moves etc.).

Certificate Frame Frame used to hold the inspection certificate.

Certificate FrameX

Frame used to hold the inspection certificate.

Combination Hall Lantern PI The landing indicator shows direction of travel and car position and direction of travel.

Combination Hall Lantern PIX

The landing indicator shows direction of travel and car position and direction of travel.

Combination Hall Lantern - Floors Please input a list of floor numbers that you would like combination hall lanterns to appear.

Combination Hall Lantern - FloorsX

Please input a list of floor numbers that you would like combination hall lanterns to appear.

Hall Lantern - Floors Please input a list of floor numbers that you would like hall lanterns to appear.

Hall Lantern - FloorsX

Please input a list of floor numbers that you would like hall lanterns to appear.

Access Switch A switch that is required by certain jurisdictions, that allows authorized personnel access to the top of the elevator or the pit.

Access SwitchX

A switch that is required by certain jurisdictions, that allows authorized personnel access to the top of the elevator or the pit.

Access Switch - Floors Please input a list of floor numbers that you would like access switches to appear.

Access Switch - FloorsX

Please input a list of floor numbers that you would like access switches to appear.

Maintenance Options

Regular Maintenance Standard service that is performed during regular business hours.

Regular MaintenanceX

Standard service that is performed during regular business hours.

Callback Service Emergency shutdown service that is performed 24/7.

Callback ServiceX

Emergency shutdown service that is performed 24/7.

Maintenance Period The duration in months of the initial after construction service period.

Maintenance PeriodX

The duration in months of the initial after construction service period.

Emergency Options

Earthquake Provisions Now designing and creating specifications for your next Schindler elevator, escalator or moving walkway is as easy as clicking a button! Just follow a few simple steps to discover which options will fit your building just right. Contact your local representative for Seismic dimensions. For areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, please contact your local Schindler Representative.

Earthquake ProvisionsX

Now designing and creating specifications for your next Schindler elevator, escalator or moving walkway is as easy as clicking a button! Just follow a few simple steps to discover which options will fit your building just right. Contact your local representative for Seismic dimensions. For areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, please contact your local Schindler Representative.

Shunt Trip Protection

Heat detectors in the hoistway signal that sprinkler discharge is imminent. The elevator’s main power shunt breaker will trip and stop the elevator car wherever it is, even between floors, so that it will not malfunction when the sprinkler discharges.

Shunt Trip ProtectionX

Heat detectors in the hoistway signal that sprinkler discharge is imminent. The elevator’s main power shunt breaker will trip and stop the elevator car wherever it is, even between floors, so that it will not malfunction when the sprinkler discharges.