The main entrance is the floor where pedestrians enter the building.
If we have multiple entrances, the lowest floor is considered the main floor.
If there is more than 7 meters of vertical movement at the main entrance, installing an elevator is necessary.
In buildings that have more than 8 stories, or are more than 28 meters above the main entrance, at least 2 elevators must be planned. In buildings with a route of more than 21 meters, there must be at least one stretcher elevator.
In buildings where the presence of an elevator is mandatory, it must be capable of carrying a wheelchair, and if a hospital with more than one floor does not have a suitable inclined surface, the installation of a bed elevator is mandatory.
In category 4 buildings and places that care for the elderly and disabled, if they have more than one story, a stretcher elevator is mandatory.
Three Important Uses for Elevators
Indeed, all elevators must be equipped with a 3VF system
They must also be equipped with a special control key for trained users that allows the elevator to be operated by trained individuals.
They must have an emergency rescue feature to bring the elevator to the nearest floor in case of a power outage.