As the world’s only air-driven home elevators, these innovative residential elevators smoothly move between floors while requiring much less space, energy and maintenance when compared to traditional residential elevators.
Using Pneumatic Technology to generate lift, these self-supporting, panoramic elevators offer homeowners an eco-friendly and aesthetically pleasing solution for their homes.
Whether placing the machinery directly above the unit or remotely locating it, our PVE Upgrade Machinery Video will showcase the latest upgrades available for the Vacuum Elevator machinery.
With 3 machinery upgrade options available, homeowners can choose a machinery solution to fit their comfort and needs.
Visit our PVE Machinery Upgrade Options video below which highlights the benefits and features of each Upgrade Machinery option, including providing real-time audio and decibel rating comparisons for viewers to hear the elevators in operation.
Standard Mount – Acoustic
The Standard Mount – Acoustic machinery option for the Vacuum Elevator allows for the machinery to be placed directly above the unit.
A plug & play system requiring a 220 volt power supply, this upgrade machinery option for the Vacuum Elevator offers an ease of installation and was designed as a sound reduced solution for standard mounted applications.
Requiring 107” inches of overhead clearance on the top floor, gravity is simply used for descent ensuring a quiet ride as no motors or turbines are activated as you travel down to your desired level.
Split-Unit Mount – Indoor
The Split-Unit Mount – Indoor machinery option for the Vacuum Elevator allows for the machinery to be remotely located from the top of the unit.
Connected to the top of the elevator by two 4” inch PVC pipes or a Flex hose alternative, the Split-Unit Mount – Indoor machinery Option is an upgrade designed to accommodate installations with lower overhead clearances with the machinery for the elevator able to be installed inside the home up to 30 linear feet away from the top of the elevator.
Often installed in attics, adjacent closets or mechanical rooms within the home, remotely locating the machinery only requires 97” inches of overhead clearance and is an ideal sound reducing upgrade for the Vacuum Elevator.
Split Unit Mount – Outdoor
The quietest machinery upgrade option for the Vacuum Elevator, the Split-Unit Mount – Outdoor machinery option allows for the machinery to be installed externally from the home.
Connected to the top of the elevator by two 4” inch PVC pipes or a flex hose alternative, installing the machinery outside only requires 97” inches of overhead clearance on the top floor with the control panel for the elevator being installed remotely inside the home.
A 1” inch conduit for the 220 volt power supply is needed to connect the PVE Controller to the Split-Unit Mount – Outdoor machinery.
Installed in a fiberglass enclosure, placing the machinery outdoors is an upgrade that ensures a quiet ride as the cabin smoothly travels between floors.
SPACE-SAVING, PANORAMIC RESIDENTIAL ELEVATORS
With 3 machinery upgrade options available, PVE continues to advance Pneumatic Technology since the company’s inception in 2002.
With over 20,000 successful installations worldwide in over 90+ countries globally, Pneumatic Vacuum Elevators continues to revolutionize how people and goods are transported vertically inside their homes.
To learn more about installing a Vacuum Elevator in your area, fill out an information request form online and a PVE Sales Manager will be able to assist you with your inquiries.