How do I overcome claustrophobia?


Treatment of claustrophobia is individualized and largely depends on the individual's own motivation. Cognitive psychotherapy and Behavioral therapy are indicated, which have techniques that focus on changing those dysfunctional thoughts and behaviors on which the fear of closed spaces is built. The main goals of treatment are alleviation of fear, elimination of phobic avoidance, and subsequent improvement in functioning.

How safe are old elevators?


Because the elevator is about moving people every day, safety issues are of utmost importance. Any machine whether new or old can be unsafe if monthly preventive maintenance is not performed properly or if the parts are not certified. In particular, the risk of damage, malfunctions and accidents is greater in old-style elevators. In these cases, many parts have been damaged due to repeated use and need repair. For this reason, the E.E. recommends radical restoration of the lift every 20 years for maximum safety.

What happens if a person is trapped?


Hydraulic lifts have automatic release. This means that in the event of a power cut, the elevator that stops moving automatically descends to the level of the immediately lower floor. In the event of a breakdown, a technician comes and releases the person using the hand pump located in the valve block. In mechanical lifts, the automatic release does not exist but can be installed as an extra accessory.

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