Moving Walks in Malaysia

The thyssenkrupp iwalk's pit-less design facilitates efficient installation.

by David Man Sai Hong

thyssenkrupp Elevator considers iwalk its special product. Its pit-less and modular design allows easy and efficient installation, as well as flexible expansion to meet increasing traffic.
Klia2 was built at MYR4 billion (US$959 million) and is the largest purpose-built, low-cost carrier terminal in Southeast Asia. Built to replace the former Low-Cost Carrier Terminal (LCCT), it began operation in May 2014. Designed to cater to 45 million passengers per year, the terminal has a built-up area of 257,845 m2 with 68 departure gates, 10 remote stands, 80 jet bridges and 35,000 m2 of retail space. Klia2 has a satellite pier connected to its main terminal via a skybridge, and it is the only airport in Asia with such a facility. It is certified with Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design.

David Man Sai Hong is the sales manager at thyssenkrupp Elevator Malaysia

iwalk

 

Increased interior space, minimal comb heights and reduced outer dimensions help make transportation more convenient.

 

The reduced weight, lower static load requirements and modular structure allow for last-minute design changes, while the pit-less solution eliminates the need for any additional civil work These make iwalk suitable for sensitive surroundings.

 

The thyssenkrupp handrail inlet with a two-door flap system eliminates rubber guards or brushes and reduces unintended activation.

 

A 30% weight reduction compared to conventional designs provides the chance to reduce floor thickness and thus enhance the visual quality of the building through higher ceilings.

 

In compliance with international codes, iwalk’s standard 1,100 mm pallet width enables large
trolleys and carts to be used with ease.