Parallel Hydraulic Elevator Control Cabinet

20150729The control function of the parallel hydraulic elevator control cabinet is implemented by our parallel elevator control board. The control cabinet applies full parallel communication and is suitable for low-rise hydraulic driven cargo elevators.

Technical Parameters
Power requirement: 3 phase, AC380V-460V, 50/60Hz
Power range: 5KW-75kW
Maximum elevator speed: 1.0m/s
Number of floors: 5
Hydro-cylinder applicable: MCP-PYGM, GMV; MCP-PYBL, Belling
Main controller: SM-01-DPC
Drive mode: Star Delta Starter
Landing accuracy: ±5mm
Performance standard: GB7588/EN-81
Safety standard: JG5071-1996
Room temperature: -10℃-45 ℃
Color: light grey (optional)
Display mode: Seven segment code, BCD code, Gray code, Binary code
Dimension (mm): 1300×750×280

Standard Interface Description
Power interface: terminal
Adaptive electro motor: AC asynchronous motor
Door motor: AC220V variable frequency door motor
Machine room switches: speed governor / control cabinet stop switch / emergency electric operation switch / overhaul up button / overhaul down button
Hoistway switches: limit switch / buffer switch / broken step chain device / pit stop switch / speed reducing switch
Ceiling assembling switches: cab stop switch / ceiling assembling stop switch / safety gear / leveling switch / overload, full load, light load switch / light curtain switch / safety shoe switch
Illumination: AC220V (ceiling assembling, pit) / AC36V (ceiling assembling)
Intercom system: five-way calling system (four wire system)
Control cable interface: AMP plug-in plus binding post
Option configuration interface: arrival gong (electronic), arrival lamp, 6-layer to 10-layer control panel
Trailing cable: TVVBP**/**×0.75+2×2P×0.75+1×2.0 (equipped by function and floor)
Call cable: 4-core round cable/RVV4/2×2×0.75
Door lock cable: 3-core round cable/RVV3/2×0.75+1×2.0
Monitor cable: 12-core round cable/RVV12/11×0.75+1×2.0 (seven segment code for this model, other models depend on needs)
Hoistway switch cable: 19-core round cable/RVV19/18×0.75+1×2.0
Speed limit cable: 3-core round cable/RVV3/2×0.75+1×2.0
We provide an extensive line of products, including elevator control cabinet, car controller board, fan inverter, general vector inverter, and more.
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Brake Caliper Kit

1Brake Caliper Kit Operation:

A rebuild kit for a disc brake caliper that consists of a piston seal and dust boot.

Inspect- Check for obvious problems

Some calipers have inspection holes in the caliper body. If they do not, the brake pads can be visually inspected from the outer ends of the caliper.

Floating Caliper: On a floating caliper, examine the mounting pins for rust that could limit travel. Most manufacturers recommend that these pins and their bushings be replaced each time the caliper is removed.

Fixed Caliper: On a fixed caliper, check the pistons for sticking and rebuild the caliper if this problem is found.

Sliding Caliper: Some sliding calipers use a support key to locate and support the caliper in the anchor plate.


A sliding caliper with suport plates (keys).

The caliper support key is inserted between the caliper and the anchor plate. A worn support key may cause tapered brake pad wear. Always inspect the support keys when replacing brake pads.

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Economical Storage Cabinet


Practical Economical Storage Cabinets house office products, maintenance and janitorial supplies, and other lightweight items. 1X9T7836 gauge steel cabinets. Shelves adjust on 2″ centers. Welded door frame ensures proper door alignment. Doors swing open a full 180 degrees and include a locking handle with 2 keys. Three point lock. Tough powder coat finish.


Color Gray
Construction Unassembled
Country of Origin Made in China
Description Cabinet
Manufacturer XINGYI GROUP
Manufacturer Part Number 1X9T7836
Material Steel
Overall Depth (in. 18.00
Overall Height (in.) 42.00
Overall Width (in.) 36.00
Overall WxDxH 36x18x42″
Shelf Cap. Lbs. 175
Shelf Openings 5
Thickness Gauge 20-24

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Five Tier Box Style Standard Metal Lockers


  • Constructed of 16 gauge steel
  • Ideal for colleges, high schools, locker rooms, employee changing rooms, government agencies, gyms and many other applications
  • Available as unassembled or assembled (additional charge for assembled)
  • Feature a durable powder coated finish available in gray, tan or blue
  • Available in 5 foot height (add 6″ for legs)
  • Units have compartment sizes that are 12″ wide, 12″ high and 12″, 15″ or 18″ deep
  • Available as 1 wide or 3 wide units
  • Each locker compartment includes a steel hasp assembly and can accommodate built-in combination or key locks, combination or key padlocks and electronic locks
  • Salsbury Industries is an ISO 9001: 2008 certified company and has excelled in the field of manufacturing since 1936


  • Sloping hoods, end bases and front bases
  • Corner, top and vertical fillers
  • Finished end panels
  • Engraved name/number plates
  • Built-in combination or key locks
  • Combination or key padlocks
  • Factory installed electronic locks
  • Steel Lockers without legs

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Types of Hardware Kits

20150717Pre-Packaged Hardware Kits

Choose from several pre-packaged Hardware Kits designed for your shop and field service vehicles. We also supply an On-Site Hardware Bin that’s filled with hardware to meet your equipment needs.

Bin Hardware Kits

Bin Hardware Kits are available for customers who want to stock hardware bins for their service departments and/or service vehicles with various quantities of popular sizes of Cat bolts, nuts and washers.

Repair Shop Hardware Kits

Shop and Field Hardware Kits are available for small repair shops or field service vehicles. Kits contain assortments of popular sizes of Cat bolts with matching washer and nuts, in phosphate and oil coatings. The hardware is packaged in a rugged metal box with a hinged metal cover and latch.

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Elevator Ceilings

Elevator Ceilings Overview
Forms+Surfaces elevator ceilings are designed to address a wide array of functional and aesthetic concerns.

  • Standard ceiling is a six-panel suspended island design
  • Panels consist of stainless steel or Fused Metal faces on a fire-rated structural backer
  • Metal, finish and pattern options match those for LEVELe and CabForms elevator interiors
  • LED downlighting and/or LED perimeter lighting
  • Lighting systems come completely pre-installed in the ceiling and include power supply and emergency lighting
  • Side-mount installation system is standard; canopy-mount option also available
  • Exceptionally lightweight and easy to install
  • Ideal for new or modernization projects
  • Configure your elevator interior using the Elevator Design Studio

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Do-It-YourselfServicing Your Rear Drum Brake


  1. Buy the Service Manual.It contains essential information for doing the job right the first time.1
  2. Jack up your car and remove the rear wheel and tire.Do not take apart the brake assemblies on both sides at the same time. You may need to use the other side as a reference when reassembling.
  3. Remove the drum, which attaches directly to the wheel.Wash it in soap and water.
  4. Inspect the brake linings on the outside of the backing plate to make sure they are not cracked or glazed over.Look at the hydraulic wheel cylinder mounted on the backing plate and make sure that it is not leaking hydraulic fluid. Also, make sure that all moving parts are free of rust.
  5. Measure the drum to make sure that it is not larger than the manufacturer’s maximum specifications.To do this, take your micrometer and measure the inside of the drum in several places. Compare this number with the maximum measurement printed on the side of the drum. If the diameter is less than the maximum specification, the drum can be machined by a service technician. If not, it must be replaced.
  6. Measure the brake lining with your depth gauge.Make sure that it is above the minimum thickness requirement listed in your service manual. If it isn’t, the lining must be replaced.
  7. Look at the brake shoes to see if they are worn down.2These should be replaced when the lining is below the manufacturer’s specifications. If they need to be replaced, take your brake pliers and remove the brake shoe return springs. Then, take a brake spring tool and remove the hold-down springs and pins. The entire assembly should come off at this point. This will include the springs, the star wheel and both shoes. The rear shoe will still be attached to the parking brake cable. Use a screwdriver to remove this cable. Clean the star wheel, which keeps the brake shoes adjusted and re-lubricate it.
  8. Check the wheel cylinder to make sure there are no hydraulic leaks.If there are, it needs to be replaced. This can be done by first loosening the brake line coming from the car, and then loosening the bolts on the back of the cylinder. This can be a somewhat awkward procedure, because the bolts are hard to access.
  9. Put the new cylinder on.Always attach the brake fitting first, before the bolts, to avoid crossthreading. After it bolting into place, reattach the brake line.If you are replacing the shoes and the wheel cylinder, replace the cylinder first. Make sure you put the primary shoe on the front of the backing plate. The primary shoe is normally shorter.Replace the back shoe first. You will need to re-attach the parking brake cable to the new shoe. You will then replace the hold-down springs and pins. It is a good idea to put new ones on at this point. Next, replace your cleaned and lubricated star-wheel. Then put in the primary shoe and replace its hold-down springs and pins. Finally, take your brake pliers and attach your brake springs. If you become confused about how the assembly should look, refer to the brake on the other side of your car or your service manual. Rock the brake shoes back and forth to make sure that they will stay in place.
  10. Clean off any grease from your hands that got on the shoes.Do not use a brake cleaner, as it contains a petroleum distillate, which tends to destroy the material in the shoes.
  11. Replace the drum.It should fit easily onto the front of the backing plate. Then, take your brake spoon and turn the star wheel in the back until you can turn the wheel and feel light contact from the brake shoes.
  12. Take a turkey baster and remove the old brake fluid from the master cylinder under the hood of the car.Then, pour the new fluid in. Next, bleed the old fluid out by attaching a bleeder hose to the bleeder nut located on the back of the brake assembly. Have someone pump up the brakes, and at the same time, open the bleeder nut and drain the old fluid and bubbles remaining in the line into your metal pan.
  13. Replace the tire and wheel assembly and repeat the same procedure for the other side.
    Doing brake inspection and maintenance is a relatively simple task. However, brakes are essential to driving safety. Exercise the proper care in doing these procedures and don’t forget to refer to your vehicle’s manual as much as possible. If you don’t feel comfortable doing any of the procedures above, don’t hesitate to seek the assistance of a trained professional.

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Series Single Tier Standard Metal Lockers


  • Constructed of 16 gauge steel
  • Ideal for colleges, high schools, locker rooms, employee changing rooms, government agencies, gyms and many other applications
  • Available as unassembled or assembled (additional charge for assembled)
  • Feature a durable powder coated finish available in gray, tan or blue
  • Available in heights of 5 feet and 6 feet (add 6″ for legs)
  • 5 foot high steel lockers have a compartment size that is 12″ wide, 60″ high and 12″, 15″ or 18″ deep
  • 6 foot high lockers have a compartment size that is 12″ wide, 72″ high and 12″, 15″ or 18″ deep
  • Available as 1 wide or 3 wide units
  • Each locker compartment features an adjustable hat shelf, 3 single wall hooks and a double ceiling hook (the 18″ deep lockers also include a coat rod)
  • Units include a lift up handle and recessed hasp for added security and can accommodate built-in combination or key locks and combination or key padlocks


  • Sloping hoods, end bases and front bases
  • Corner, top and vertical fillers
  • Finished end panels
  • Engraved name/number plates
  • Built-in combination or key locks
  • Combination or key padlocks
  • Steel Lockers without legs

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Heavy Duty 20 TON Finger Brake Press DIY Builder Kit

201500703Press Brake kit comes un-assembled, you do the final assembly and welding. Designed to fit the Harbor Freight 20 ton hydraulic press Item # 32879 & 60603. Press brake kit includes an adjustable back stop and side stop for accurate and repeatable bends.

The top clamping bar is machined out of 4140 material and includes 5 segmented removable sections. 1″, 2″, 3″, 4″ and 9.5″ long pieces. These segmented blocks can be removed and rearranged to allow bending of restricted areas on a piece of sheet metal or on an already partially formed pieces.

Same quality construction and number of components as the standard press brake kit, just built out of high strength 3/8″ steel and a wider bottom die 4.0″ wide to allow for easier bending of thicker material.

Max Bending Radius (deg.) 110

Max. Bending Capacity 5/8″ plate

Max Bending Width 19.25″

Total width of the brake is 22.125″ wide

Tools required for assembly, welder, grinder, level, small square.

It Is capable of bending mild steel in the following length and thickness.

19″ = Full bending width of the bottom die on anything 3/16″ or thinner.

15″ in 1/4″

13″ in 5/16″

11″ in 3/8″

6″ in 1/2″

3″ in 5/8″

The HD DIY 20 ton press makes a great addition to the arbor press plates we sell HERE

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