Lifts without a tensioning device
In Barcelona I spoke about the work I had been doing with the Polytechnic di Torino on the tensioning devices; afterwards, the theoretical work was developed and we made a series of tests with a device able to measure the tension of the rope in the drive station of a moving 12-passenger gondola lift. As further development, I am proposing now a series of cases where a circulating lift can work in a simpler and safer way without a tensioning device, often without any increase in the rope diameter. One of the reasons why the classic circulating-multi-tower lifts had a tensioning device was the ...
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