Schindler 3100

Machine room-less traction elevator with frequency-controlled drive. Capacity 2100 – 3500 LBS, 14-23 passengers

Capacity The amount of weight an elevator can safely carry.

CapacityX

The amount of weight an elevator can safely carry.

2100 

2500 

3000 

3500 

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

SpeedX

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

100 

100 

100 

100 

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

Door TypeX

The number of door panels and the way they open.

Two speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.XTwo speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.Two Speed Side Opening 

Two speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.XTwo speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.Single Speed Center Opening Two Speed Side Opening 

Two speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.XTwo speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.Single Speed Center Opening Two Speed Side Opening 

Two speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.XTwo speed side opening doors available with right or left opening.Single Speed Center Opening Two Speed Side Opening 

Number of Stops Max Amount of times the elevator can stop on a floor.

Number of Stops MaxX

Amount of times the elevator can stop on a floor.

3 

3 

3 

3 

Available Entrances Max Number of openings the elevator can have.

Available Entrances MaxX

Number of openings the elevator can have.

3 Front 2 Rear 

3 Front 2 Rear 

3 Front 2 Rear 

3 Front 2 Rear 

Travel Height Max Maximum distance the elevator can travel from the bottom landing to the top most landing served.

Travel Height MaxX

Maximum distance the elevator can travel from the bottom landing to the top most landing served.

Travel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).XTravel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).576 

Travel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).XTravel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).576 

Travel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).XTravel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).576 

Travel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).XTravel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).576 

Cab Width Cab WidthThe width of the cab inside.

Cab WidthX

Cab WidthThe width of the cab inside.

54.375 

66.375 

66.375 

66.375 

Cab Depth Cab DepthThe depth of cab inside.

Cab DepthX

Cab DepthThe depth of cab inside.

52.875 

52.875 

58.875 

66.875 

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

Inside Cab HeightX

Inside Cab HeightThe dimension from the finished floor to the canopy of the cab.

93 

93 

93 

93 

Door Width Door WidthThe width of the door.

Door WidthX

Door WidthThe width of the door.

36 

42 

42 

42 

Passenger Max The maximum number of people the elevator can hold.

Passenger MaxX

The maximum number of people the elevator can hold.

14 

17 

20 

23 

Door Height Door HeightThe height of the door.

Door HeightX

Door HeightThe height of the door.

84 

84 

84 

84 

Hoistway Width Width Hoistway The width of the hoistway.

Hoistway WidthX

Width Hoistway The width of the hoistway.

For areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into a 7’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
XFor areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into a 7’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
90 

For areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into an 8’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
XFor areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into an 8’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
102 

For areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into an 8’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
XFor areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into an 8’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
102 

For areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into an 8’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
XFor areas in seismic zone 2 or greater, provide additional 2” (50 mm) to shaft width.

Schindler can fit into an 8’-4” hoistway providing no tolerance.
102 

Hoistway Depth Depth HoistwayThe depth of the hoistway.

Hoistway DepthX

Depth HoistwayThe depth of the hoistway.

Front Openings69 

Rear Openings77.625 

Front Openings69 

Rear Openings77.625 

Front Openings75 

Rear Openings83.625 

Front Openings83 

Rear Openings91.625 

Pit Depth Pit DepthDepth below the elevator cab's bottom most landing. The pit extends from the level of the lowest landing door down to the floor at the very bottom of the shaft.

Pit DepthX

Pit DepthDepth below the elevator cab's bottom most landing. The pit extends from the level of the lowest landing door down to the floor at the very bottom of the shaft.

60 

60 

60 

60 

Overhead OverheadClear overhead is defined as the lowest point below the roof structure.  It's measured to the bottom of the hoist beam.

OverheadX

OverheadClear overhead is defined as the lowest point below the roof structure.  It's measured to the bottom of the hoist beam.

Clear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.XClear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.151 

Clear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.XClear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.151 

Clear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.XClear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.151 

Clear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.XClear overhead is defined as the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure.151 

Notes

  1. 2SSO doors available with right or left opening.
  2. Duplex operation available.
  3. Areas in seismic zone 2 or greater may require up to 3 1/2” more hoistway width. Please contact your Schindler Sales Representative for details and options.
  4. Clear overhead is defined from the lowest point below any obstruction such as: hoist beam(s), building beams, or roof structure to floor of top landing.
  5. Where permitted by code, no control closet is required. A 3-phase disconnect must be located in both the hoistway overhead and a location in the building outside of the hoistway. 110v disconnect should be located outside of hoistway. Disconnects are not required to be an elevator-dedicated space. Please confirm with local requirements.
  6. Travel height max. varies depending on speed (FPM) and capacity (lbs).
  7. Schindler recommends 8’-6” (2500 – 3500 lbs) and 7’-6” (2100 lbs), providing additional hoistway tolerances.
  8. Please contact your Schindler Sales Representative for options less than 5’-0.
  9. Please contact your Schindler Sales Representative for additional hatch options such as diagonal entrances.
  10. All dimensions are for information only and cannot be used for construction purposes without Schindler confirmation.
  11. The Schindler 3100 does not require a space-consuming machine room or control closet. However, some jurisdictions still require such space. In those areas please contact your local Schindler sales representative for a room or closet solution.