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An elevator pad is more than a means of protecting interior elevator walls. Elevator pads also protect passengers, precious freight, and cargo from accidental damage.
Eagle Mat and Floor Products is proud to present our line of Elevator Wall Pads. We supply to all major manufacturers including Otis, Schindler, ThyssenKrupp, and Kone. Eagle Mat offers the best in elevator padding in the widest varieties of material and colors.
Measuring and installing these doesn't have to be troublesome. Simply follow our Elevator Pad Measurement Guide and you will have all the measurements necessary for your custom order.
Please follow these step-by-step instructions to gather the measurements necessary. For further assistance, please call our expert staff toll free: (877) 333-1018. With the expertise of Eagle Mat, you're always in reliable hands!
Indicate Cab Style:
Please refer to the diagram above and indicate whether your elevator cab is Style 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6.
Elevator cabs have different door arrangements. Doors may be single sided, double sided, and they may be located on the front left, front right, front center, or both front and rear of the elevator cab.
Indicate Pad Style:
First, choose between:
- Standard with Grommets
- Adapta-Pads (without grommets)
These come in two basic forms: Pads with grommets, and pads without grommets (Adapta-Pads).
Each cab requires its own set of complete measurements.
Indicate Pad Material & Color:
Did you know? Our Standard Vinyl pads are fire rated and come in 9 eye-catching colors!
Height of Pads:
Next, please provide us with a measurement for the height of your pads. Refer to Step 2 and note which require special calculations for grommet and stud placement.
For with grommets: Measure the height of the elevator wall from the wall stud to floor, then subtract 4 inches. This will account for stud placement while keeping compliant with fire codes.
For without grommets: Measure the height of the elevator wall from the top of the wall panel to the floor, then subtract 4 inches to comply with fire codes. (Space must be available behind the panels to hang an adapta-hook).
Adapt-A-Clamp, Hooks, or Studs Required:
Number of tension hooks or studs necessary to hang your pads.
As a reminder:
Elevator Pads with Grommets: Require either studs or hooks.
Elevator Pads without Grommets: Do not require studs. Do require adapta-hooks.
Assessing the width of the pads consists of two very important measurements. First, measure the width of the cab wall that the pad is to cover. This is the total width of the wall and the corresponding pad that will cover it.
Next, provide a measurement of the spacing required between wall studs. Measure the following distances, starting on the far left side of the wall and moving right. Measure to the center of each wall stud.
- Distance between the centerline of each consecutive stud.
- Distance between the centerline of the final stud and the far right side edge of the elevator wall.
Please refer to the diagram on the left for measuring cut-outs
The green question mark icons indicate where measurements are needed
Don't forget to measure the cut-outs for each panel as they may differ
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