Ropeway Systems Design Criteria | Large Cabinet Bi-Directional Systems

Ropeway Systems Design Criteria: The ropeway is the means by which passengers are transported in cabs connected to the rope within the human transport systems.

Ropeway vehicles do not come into contact with the surface or snow. The cabins are transported between the terminals and are operated and controlled by the towing rope running between the drive and tension systems at the terminals.

Ropeway systems can be single cabin or multi cabin which can go back and forth on one line or it can be single cabin or cabin group which usually goes on two parallel lines between the terminals. The system may be single-stranded or two-stranded.

In the whole system / 2000 / 9 AT-Man shall be complied with the provisions of the Cable Carriage Installation Design and the safety rules specified in TS EN 12929-1, TS EN 12929-2 standards.

- TS EN 12929-1: Safety Rules for Overhead Line Facilities Designed to Transport People - General Conditions - Part 1: Rules for All Facilities
- TS EN 12929 -2: Safety Rules for Overhead Line Facilities Designed for Human Transport - General Conditions - Part 2: Additional Rules for Reversible Two-Cable Overhead Ropes Without Carrier Wagon Brakes

The system design will generally be in line with the national-international standards in Chapter VI and the relevant regulations and technical specifications of public institutions and organizations.

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