VMAX Elevators

The Elegant Elevators!

Sleek Designs. Sophisticated Technology. Smart Operations.

Our elegant designs serve the aesthetics while our smart operations bring utility.

VMax offers the perfect, tailor-made elevators, lifts and escalators that you cannot resist.




408-544 Kgs ( 6-8 Pax )




2 - 10


Gearless PMSM/ Frequency Controlled


Full Collective Selective

Door width


Door height



Traction elevators are the type of elevators that use ropes travelling across a wheel linked to an electric motor mounted on the shaft to elevate and lower the lift’s car. These types of elevators are quicker and can be utilised for both mid and high-rise applications. The basic principle or technology applied in traction elevators is the employment of counterweight. This technique significantly reduces the weight of the people/things in the elevator car and speeds up transportation.

Traction elevators are of two types:
Geared Traction Elevators (MR)

With a maximum elevation distance of upto 250 feet, the geared traction elevators constitute a gearbox with an attached motor, that powers the wheel linked to the ropes. The gearbox fuels the speed of the wheel such that it can move with a maximum speed of 500 feet per minute.

Gearless Traction Elevators (MRL)

As the name itself indicates, the gearless traction elevator does not consist of a gearbox to regulate the tempo of the wheel attached to the ropes. It is also because of this that they are capable of traversing at a maximum speed of 2,000 feet per minute, which is 4X times the maximum speed of geared traction elevators. Elevators with gearless traction technology are best recommended for skyscrapers.


Hydraulic elevators are equipped with a bottom-placed piston that serves the purpose of propelling and lowering the elevator cars. When the elevator moves upwards, the hydraulic fluid is forced down into the piston by an electric motor. For the elevator to descend, the same fluid is slowly released by the valve attached to the piston. Hydraulic elevators can travel with a maximum speed of 200 feet per minute and are most commonly used in two to eight-storeyed buildings. They are cost-efficient and easily accessible.


Vacuum elevators operate without any regulatory cables or pulley systems. These are basically air-driven elevators that function based on the fundamental principles of Physics. The underlying rule is the use of a polycarbonate or aluminium lift tube in a sealed vacuum. The lift car elevates and lowers with the aid of the air pressure underneath and above it, supplemented by the functioning of the corresponding buttons.

The Up Button reduces air pressure above and increases air pressure below the elevator, propelling it upwards. The Down Button works in reverse to lower the elevator car.

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