New cooperation partners: Alexander Burda (centre) from Lift-M, Dirk Schöffler (left) and Volker Pudel (both Stingl).

New cooperation partners: Alexander Burda (centre) from Lift-M, Dirk Schöffler (left) and Volker Pudel (both Stingl). (Photo: © Stingl)

Stingl and Lift-M cooperating


Stingl has agreed to cooperate with Lift-M and intends as result to establish a “new milestone in the fields of safety and hygiene in lifts” explained the supplier based in Gräfelfing near Munich.

"The last three years have shown us how important hygiene is in everyday life. We want to distinguish ourselves with our products from conventional filter systems, circulation of the existing air and UVC solutions," stated Alexander Burda, Business Unit Management Live Air at Lift-M.

The product line "Live Air" made it possible to deactivate bacteria, viruses, pathogens as well as odours directly in the room air through the process of bipolar ionisation. This involved taking in fresh air from the shaft and ionising it in the product. As a result, germ-free and odour-neutral air could be permanently distributed in the car, surfaces were disinfected and thereby "encounters in lifts facilitated without any health-related reservations," emphasised Lift-M.

Open up another segment in the lift sector

"We are no longer content with the role of mere manufacturer and supplier. Instead, we are actively developing products hand-in-hand with our business partners based on their special requirements," Volker Pudel, purchasing director at Stingl, revealed.

Stingl is a supplier in the field of shaft equipment, attachment and assembly technology and components. The company intends to open up another segment in the lift sector through the cooperation and offer its customers comprehensive solutions for air purification in lifts.

"The special feature of the ‘Live Air’ solutions is to be found in the combination of fresh air supplied from the shaft and the simultaneous purification through ionisation. A battery-buffered power supply makes it possible to prevent a rise in CO2 if people are trapped in the event of malfunction and thus meets the requirements of the recently published VDI 6211," added Dirk Schöffler, distribution manager at Stingl.

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