- Next stop: energy efficiency
Energy efficient ventilation in the lift shaft
With the BlueKit L-AIO system, you reduce energy costs and at the same time ensure safety and comfort in the lift shaft. The system combines efficient and needs-optimised ventilation with reliable smoke extraction.
BlueKit – the perfect interplay of reliable components
1 Ventilation flap (SHEV)
Cutting back on energy losses thanks to closure of the opening in the lift shaft. Ventilates and extracts smoke when necessary.
- Depending on the building type, with or without weather protection
- For vertical or horizontal installation
2 Central unit
Receiving and transmitting the trigger signal to open the ventilation flap.
Stand-alone central unit with integrated temperature sensor and extended connection options.
4 Lift Status Transmitter (LST-VOC)
Monitoring air quality right in the lift car. Additional monitoring of movements or emergency situations in the lift. If needed, ventilation signal to the central unit.
- Integrated temperature sensor, VOC sensor and acceleration sensor
- Time-controlled and use-dependent ventilation functions
- Wireless radio link to the central unit
5 Manual trigger button with status display (optional)
Manual triggering of a ventilation or smoke extraction command and system status display.
LED Status display depending on model option:
- Fire alarm
Reducing energy costs by closure of the permanent opening
Guarantee of safety for lift users thanks to reliable smoke detection and ventilation in emergency situations
Air quality improvement, reduction in humidity, odours and cold draught
Fewer servicing cycles and associated downtimes because of dust deposits in the lift door drive systems
Lower CO2 emissions and promotion of a sustainable building concept
The BlueKit System at a glance
|Schaft height (m)||up to 200|
|Shaft type||Single and group shaft|
|System type||with and without machine room|
Point-type smoke detector (up to 32m)
LIFT Beam (up to 200m)
|Connection with manual buttons||bis 8|
|System status display on button||
|Manual ventilation triggering|
|Number of SHEVs||
up to 6 (spring return)
up to 2 (direct current)
|SHEV ventilation surface (m2)||0,1 bis 1,2|
|SHEV drive||Spring return or direct current motor|
|Safety in power cuts (opening the ventilation component)||Spring return or emergency battery|
|Safety in the event of line and component malfunction||Fail Safe|
|Connection to lift controls and fire alarm system|
|Connection to a smoke protection pressure system|
|Connection to a thermostat, siren, flash light, etc.|
|Evidence of functionality||VdS|