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MSH 2000 - Rescue System
We propose to construct an external rail for the use of an external elevator, which will be installed on the rail in time of need. The elevator itself will be maintained and operated by the fire fighting forces and will give a safe and fast response to the fire fighting problem and the evacuation of trapped people in the burning house as well, without height limitation.

The response offered will allow

  • Elevating man force and equipment in a short time to the higher floors, without dependence on inner (building) power resource and without the use of the building's elevators or stair rooms.
  • Rescuing trapped tenants in the building with great safety and without any use of the staircase rooms and the dependence on existing sealing systems in the buildings.
  • Accessing the building from any direction needed (requiring pre-planning and that the rails will be installed accordingly).
  • The response offered is fairly inexpensive (aprox: US$ 1000 per floor), this low cost facilitates preparing several rails in each building, and in case of fire or any other danger one elevator or more could access the building from several directions.
  • This solution is appropriate for existing structures/buildings. It is applicable to any building - according to state's fire chief's assessment- when there is a possible risk that can not be met by existing means, the building will be obligated to install the rails for the external rescue elevators.
  • The offered system is easy to operate and will not require long and special training for that purpose.

 

MSH 2000 –Collective Rescue System 

 

We propose to construct an external rail for the use of an external elevator, which will be installed on the rail in time of need. The elevator itself will be maintained and operated by the fire fighting forces and will give a safe and fast response to the fire fighting problem and the evacuation of trapped people in the burning house as well, without height limitation.

 

The response offered will allow:

a. Elevating man force and equipment in a short time to the higher floors, without dependence on inner (building) power resource and without the use of the building’s elevators or stair rooms.

b. Rescuing trapped tenants in the building with great safety and without any use of the staircase rooms and the dependence on existing sealing systems in the buildings.

c. Accessing the building from any direction needed (requiring pre-planning and that the rails will be installed accordingly).

d. The response offered is fairly inexpensive (aprox: US$ 1000 per floor), this low cost facilitates preparing several rails in each building, and in case of fire or any other danger one elevator or more could access the building from several directions.

e. This solution is appropriate for existing structures/buildings. It is applicable to any building – according to state's fire chief’s assessment- when there is a possible risk that can not be met by existing means, the building will be obligated to install the rails for the external rescue elevators.

f.The offered system is easy to operate and will not require long and special training for that purpose.

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MSH 2000 –Collective Rescue System