When freight elevators take on hauling construction debris, breakdowns threaten schedules. You need a temporary substitute pronto.

When freight elevators take on hauling construction debris, breakdowns threaten schedules. You need a temporary substitute pronto.

How do you protect plush cab interiors when passenger elevators are pressed into heavy-duty service?

How do you protect plush cab interiors when passenger elevators are pressed into heavy-duty service?

One solution is to build a plywood shield. Such devices provide adequate protection but take a while to set up and tear down, take up a lot of storage space in between uses, and must be custom made.

One solution is to build a plywood shield. Such devices provide adequate protection but take a while to set up and tear down, take up a lot of storage space in between uses, and must be custom made.

A better solution is The Mat-A-Door® elevator pads. A building engineer can quickly attach the supplied suction cups to cab walls and arrange the pliable panels to provide coverage as needed.

A better solution is The Mat-A-Door® elevator pads. A building engineer can quickly attach the supplied suction cups to cab walls and arrange the pliable panels to provide coverage as needed.

Extra Protection – Since Mat-A-Doors® elevator pads repel blunt force, several property managers line the cab of their elevators with a set of Mat-A-Doors® before installing standard cab pads. With quilted elevator pads and Mat-A-Doors® both on duty, cab interiors get an extra degree of protection never before available.