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BASIC DATA
Standard ID GB/T 10058-2023 (GB/T10058-2023)
Description (Translated English) Specification for electric lifts
Sector / Industry National Standard (Recommended)
Classification of Chinese Standard Q78
Classification of International Standard 91.140.90
Word Count Estimation 22,275
Date of Issue 2023-09-07
Date of Implementation 2024-04-01
Older Standard (superseded by this standard) GB/T 10058-2009
Drafting Organization Construction Mechanization Research Branch of China Academy of Building Research Co., Ltd., Shanghai Mitsubishi Elevator Co., Ltd., Suzhou Jiangnan Jiajie Elevator Co., Ltd., Hitachi Elevator (China) Co., Ltd., Schindler (China) Elevator Co., Ltd., KONE Elevator Co., Ltd., OTI Si Elevator (China) Investment Co., Ltd., Hangzhou Youmai Technology Co., Ltd., Guangdong Special Equipment Inspection Research Institute, Henan Special Equipment Inspection Technology Research Institute, Changshu Institute of Technology, Tisheng Elevator (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., Mitsubishi Electric Shanghai Electromechanical Elevator Co., Ltd., Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Xiji Schunda Elevator Co., Ltd., Chongqing Special Equipment Inspection and Research Institute, Southeast Elevator Co., Ltd., Julong Elevator Co., Ltd., Shanghai Special Equipment Supervision and Inspection Technology Research Institute, Guangzhou Guangri Elevator Industrial Co., Ltd., Shanghai
Administrative Organization National Elevator Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 196)
Proposing organization National Elevator Standardization Technical Committee (SAC/TC 196)
Issuing agency(ies) State Administration for Market Regulation, National Standardization Administration

Standards related to: GB/T 10058-2023

GB/T 10058-2023
GB
NATIONAL STANDARD OF THE
PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
ICS 91.140.90
CCS Q 78
Replacing GB/T 10058-2009
Specification for electric lift
ISSUED ON: SEPTEMBER 07, 2023
IMPLEMENTED ON: APRIL 01, 2024
Issued by: State Administration for Market Regulation;
Standardization Administration of the People's Republic of China.
Table of Contents
Foreword ... 4
Introduction ... 8
1 Scope ... 9
2 Normative references ... 9
3 Terms and definitions ... 10
4 Technical requirements ... 11
4.1 Basic requirements ... 11
4.2 Normal usage conditions ... 11
4.3 Overall machine performance ... 12
4.4 Appearance quality requirements ... 15
4.5 Driving host ... 16
4.6 Speed limiter ... 18
4.7 Safety gear ... 18
4.8 Buffer ... 18
4.9 Protection device for upward car over-speeding ... 18
4.10 Protection device for accidental car movement ... 18
4.11 Bypass devices for landing and car doors ... 18
4.12 Door contact circuit monitoring ... 18
4.13 Car ... 19
4.14 Landing and car doors ... 19
4.15 Suspension device ... 19
4.16 Counterweight and balance weight ... 20
4.17 Guide rail ... 21
4.18 Pulleys for suspension... 21
4.19 Other braking devices (functions) for traction electric lifts ... 22
4.20 Motor operating time limiter ... 22
4.21 Control cabinets, emergency and test operating panels and other electrical equipment
... 23
4.22 Energy performance ... 23
4.23 Additional requirements for electric lifts suitable for persons with disabilities ... 24
4.24 Additional requirements for seismic design ... 24
4.25 Additional requirements for electric lift characteristics in case of fire ... 24
4.26 Additional requirements for fireman's electric lifts... 24
4.27 Additional requirements for explosion-proof electric lifts ... 24
4.28 Operational assessment before delivery ... 24
4.29 Overload operation test ... 25
5 Reliability ... 25
5.1 Overall machine reliability ... 25
5.2 Control cabinet reliability ... 25
5.3 Load conditions for reliability test ... 25
6 Test rules ... 26
6.1 Test methods ... 26
6.2 Exit-factory inspection ... 26
6.3 Inspection before delivery ... 26
6.4 Type inspection ... 26
7 Marks, packaging, transportation, storage and technical files ... 26
7.1 Marks ... 26
7.2 Packaging and transportation ... 27
7.3 On-site storage ... 28
7.4 Technical files ... 28
Annex A (informative) Technical files retained by the manufacturer after product sales
... 29
A.1 General ... 29
A.2 Basic information ... 29
A.3 Suspension device ... 29
A.4 Compensation device ... 29
A.5 Speed limiter rope ... 30
A.6 Guide rail ... 30
A.7 Overall machine and components ... 30
A.8 Electrical diagram ... 30
Bibliography ... 31
Specification for electric lift
1 Scope
This document specifies the technical requirements, reliability, test rules, as well as
marking, packaging, transportation, storage and technical files for passenger electric
lifts and freight electric lifts.
This document applies to traction electric lifts with a rated speed not greater than 6.0
m/s and forced electric lifts with a rated speed not greater than 0.63 m/s. For traction
electric lifts with rated speeds greater than 6.0 m/s, refer to this document. The non-
applicable parts shall be determined through negotiation between the manufacturer and
the purchaser.
This document does not apply to hydraulic electric lifts, utility electric lifts, household
electric lifts, freight-only electric lifts and inclined electric lifts.
2 Normative references
The following referenced documents are indispensable for the application of this
document. For dated references, only the edition cited applies. For undated references,
the latest edition of the referenced document (including any amendments) applies.
GB/T 755, Rotating electrical machines -- Rating and performance
GB/T 7024, Terminology of lifts, escalators, passenger conveyors
GB/T 7588.1-2020, Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts -- Part
1: Passenger and goods passenger lifts
GB/T 7588.2-2020, Safety rules for the construction and installation of lifts -- Part
2: Design rules, calculations, examinations and tests of lift components
GB/T 8903, Steel wire ropes for lifts
GB/T 10059, Electric lifts -- Testing methods
GB/T 10060, Code for installation acceptance of electric lifts
GB/T 14048.1-2012, Low-voltage switchgear and control gear -- Part 1: General
rules
GB/T 20645, Specific environmental condition -- Technical requirements of low-
3.2 composite filler weight
A variety of materials are mixed in a certain proportion and then filled in a closed or
partially closed box. After solidification, a counterweight block with a certain strength
is formed. The counterweight block is called a composite filler weight.
3.3 press filler weight
Counterweights that are formed from metal materials such as iron filings, particle steel,
and color steel tile scraps through high temperature and high pressure.
4 Technical requirements
4.1 Basic requirements
4.1.1 Electric lifts and all their components shall be correctly designed and structurally
sound. They shall comply with general technical specifications for mechanical,
electrical and building structures.
4.1.2 The materials from which electric lift components are made shall maintain
adequate strength over their expected life. Materials harmful to the environment and
human health (such as asbestos, etc.) shall not be used.
4.1.3 The entire electric lift machine and parts shall have good maintainability and
facilitate inspection and maintenance, so as to ensure normal working condition during
its service life.
4.2 Normal usage conditions
4.2.1 The altitude of the installation site does not exceed 1000 m. For electric lifts with
an altitude exceeding 1000 m, the operating temperature rise and temperature allowable
limits of the driving host shall be corrected according to the requirements of GB/T 755.
For electric lifts with an altitude exceeding 2000 m, the selection of low-voltage
electrical appliances shall comply with the requirements of GB/T 20645.
4.2.2 The ambient temperature in the hoistway and machine space shall be maintained
between 5℃~40℃.
4.2.3 The relative humidity of the air at the installation site shall not exceed 50% when
the maximum temperature is 40°C. There can be higher relative humidity at lower
temperatures. For example, when the monthly average minimum temperature in the
wettest month is 20°C, the monthly average maximum relative humidity in that month
can reach 90%. It is necessary to consider the impact of humidity on electrical
equipment, including issues such as condensation. Corresponding measures shall be
taken.
c) Terminal buffer device. For energy-consuming buffers, there shall be an electrical
safety device for checking and resetting. If a reduced-stroke buffer is used, it shall
also have the function of monitoring deceleration at the end of the stroke.
d) Protection device when exceeding the upper limit and lower limit working
position.
e) Floor door lock device and electrical interlock device:
1) When the electric lift is running normally, the landing door cannot be opened.
If a landing door is open, the electric lift cannot start or continue to run (except
for leveling, re-leveling and preparatory operations in the unlocking area);
2) Electrical safety devices to verify landing door locking; electrical safety
devices to verify landing door closing; emergency unlocking and landing door
automatic closing devices.
f) During the closing process of the power-driven automatic door, when people pass
through the entrance, the protection device automatically reopens the door.
g) Traction electric lift car upward overspeed protection device.
h) Emergency operating device, including a device that opens the brake of the
driving host and a device that moves the car to a nearby landing.
i) Bistable red stop device, that is installed in the pulley room (if any), on the car
roof, in the pit, on the inspection operation control device, next to the driving host,
and on the emergency and test operation screens. If there is a main switch or other
stopping device within 1 m from the driving host or within 1 m from the
emergency and test operation screen, there is no need to set a stopping device next
to the driving host or on the emergency and test operation screen.
j) When setting up two or more maintenance operation control devices, ensure
interlocking between them:
1) If only one of the maintenance operation control devices switches to the
"inspection" state, the electric lift can be made to run by pressing the button
on the maintenance operation control device;
2) If two or more inspection operation control devices are switched to the
"inspection" state, operating any one of the inspection operation control
devices will not cause the car to run, unless the same function buttons on all
maintenance operation control devices switched to the "inspection" state are
operated at the same time.
k) Emergency alarm and intercom system. Emergency alarm devices or two-way
intercom systems shall be installed in places where people working in the car or
in the hoistway are in danger of being trapped.
l) Overload protection device.
m) Other braking devices (functions) for traction electric lifts. When the main engine
brake is used as the deceleration component of the car upward overspeed
protection device of the traction electric lift or the braking component of the car
accidental movement protection device.
n) Driving host brake monitoring function.
o) Car accidental movement protection device.
p) Landing door and car door bypass devices.
q) Door contact circuit monitoring function.
r) Car door opening restriction device or car door lock device.
s) Voice announcement system in the electric lift car. At least when the electric lift
is trapped due to power outage or malfunction, the car position is corrected
(except for re-leveling), the electric lift automatic rescue operating device (if any)
is activated and the electric lift exits normal service after receiving a fire signal,
a voice announcement shall be made, so as to prompt and comfort passengers in
the car.
t) Suspension device abnormal elongation inspection device. When the suspension
device uses a covered rope (strap), two wire ropes or two chains.
u) Bearing body monitoring device, service life monitoring device and abnormal
lateral movement prevention device (if any). When the suspension device uses
covered ropes (straps).
v) Mechanical devices, movable stops and electrical safety devices. The machine is
in the hoistway. When the working area is set on the car roof, inside the car or in
the pit, the maintenance and inspection of the machine shall be carried out in the
working area. If any loss of control or unexpected movement of the car due to
maintenance and inspection may cause danger to maintenance or inspection
personnel, mechanical devices are provided to prevent any dangerous movement
of the car and electrical installation devices are provided to prevent any dangerous
movement of the car. When the working area is set on a platform that enters the
running path of the car or counterweight (or balance weight), a mechanical device
is set to lock the car or a movable stop device is set to limit the running range of
the car. Set up electrical safety devices.
4.4 Appearance quality requirements
4.4.1 The surfaces and decorations of car doors, landing doors and visible parts shall be
smooth. The painted part shall be smooth, uniform in color and beautiful. The paint
f) When a group of braking components fails, the remaining braking components
shall be able to decelerate, stop and maintain a stopped state for the car carrying
the rated load and going down at the rated speed, as well as the car going up at
the rated speed without the load. It shall be possible to independently test each set
of brake components from outside the hoistway.
g) The status of the brake shall be monitored and at least meet one of the following
requirements. If it is detected that any group of brakes fails or the function of
monitoring the brakes is canceled, the electric lift shall not be put into normal
operation.
1) For monitoring the braking force of each group of brakes, the monitoring time
interval shall not be greater than 24 h.
2) For monitoring the action of brake mechanical components, monitor the correct
lifting (corresponding to brake release) or release of each group of brake
mechanical components every time the brake is activated.
h) The temperature rise of the brake coil shall not be greater than the requirements
of GB/T 24478.
4.5.3 The driving host shall not have abnormal vibration and noise during operation.
4.5.4 The reduction box that drives the main engine (if any), its box dividing surface,
observation window (hole) cover, etc. shall be tightly connected. No oil leakage is
allowed. When the electric lift is operating normally, the oil temperature in the reduction
box of the driving host and the oil leakage area per hour at the extended end of the
reduction box shaft shall not exceed the requirements of GB/T 24478. Measures shall
be taken to prevent the braking surface from being contaminated by lubricating oil
(grease) leaked from the drive main engine.
4.5.5 The energy efficiency of permanent magnet synchronous motors for electric lifts
complies with the regulations of GB 30253. The energy efficiency labels are added in
accordance with relevant national regulations.
4.5.6 The motor driving the main engine shall have an overheating protection device or
function.
4.5.7 The temperature rise of the stator winding of the motor driving the main engine
shall not be greater than the requirements of GB/T 24478.
4.5.8 The protection of the traction sheave of the driving host shall comply with the
provisions of 5.5.7 in GB/T 7588.1-2020. For the protective device of the driving host
for the covered belt, it shall also be able to prevent sand particles with a diameter greater
than or equal to 2.5 mm from entering between the covered belt and the traction wheel.
4.16.2 It is advisable to choose cast iron or steel counterweights. If composite filler
weights or press filler weights are selected, their drop test performance must meet the
following requirements.
a) After the composite filler weight is lifted as a whole to a height of 1 m and dropped
freely once, or one end of the length direction is lifted to an inclination of 45° and
dropped to the concrete floor three times, the number of cracks shall not exceed
3. The width of each crack shall not be greater than 1 mm. Its length shall not be
greater than half the width of the counterweight block. The mass loss is no more
than 2‰.
b) There shall be no cracks after the counterweight block is lifted as a whole to a
height of 1 m and dropped once freely from a height of 1 m or one end of the
lengthwise direction is lifted to an angle of 45° and dropped to the concrete floor
three times. The mass loss is no more than 2‰.
4.16.3 If the counterweight or balance weight consists of counterweight blocks, the
counterweight blocks shall be reliably fixed within the frame to prevent displacement.
The uppermost and lowermost parts of the frame shall be provided with measures to
prevent the composite filler weights or press filler weights from falling after rupture.
4.17 Guide rail
4.17.1 Each rail shall have at least 2 guide rail brackets. The number of brackets for
non-standard length guide rails installed at the upper and lower ends of the shaft shall
meet the design requirements.
4.17.2 The guide rail shall comply with the provisions of 5.7 in GB/T 7588.1-2020. It
is advisable to use T-shaped guide rails that comply with the regulations of GB/T 22562
or hollow guide rails that comply with the regulations of GB/T 30977.
4.18 Pulleys for suspension
4.18.1 The protection of the pulley shall comply with the provisions of 5.5.7 in GB/T
7588.1-2020. The covered pulley guard shall also prevent the entry of sand particles
with a diameter greater than or equal to 2.5 mm.
4.18.2 The pulley shall have means to prevent axial and circumferential slippage
between the pulley hub and the bearing outer ring.
4.18.3 Pulleys on counterweights or balance weights, and pulleys on electric lift cars in
partially enclosed shafts and glass-walled shafts that comply with 5.2.5.2.3 in GB/T
7588.1-2020 shall be made of metal.
4.18.4 Pulleys made of non-metallic materials (such as monomer cast polyamide) shall
meet the following requirements:
4.21 Control cabinets, emergency and test operating panels and other electrical
equipment
4.21.1 The control cabinet and other electrical equipment of the electric lift shall
comply with the relevant provisions of 5.10 and 5.11 in GB/T 7588.1-2020.
4.21.2 Emergency and test operation screens shall comply with the relevant provisions
of 5.2.6.6 in GB/T 7588.1-2020.
4.21.3 Apply twice the maximum voltage of the circuit between the main circuit (power)
part of the control cabinet and the ground, apply 1000 V for 1 min. There shall be no
breakdown or flashover.
4.21.4 Functional tests shall be carried out after the control cabinet is assembled. All
functions shall comply with design requirements.
4.21.5 On the machine room electric lift control cabinet and the machine room-less
electric lift emergency and test operation screen, there shall be instructions on the test
operation methods of the car upward overspeed protection device and the car accidental
movement protection device.
4.21.6 The number of starts of the covered rope (belt) electric lift shall be checked
through the control cabinet or other electrical equipment. When the preset number of
electric lift starts is exceeded, there shall be a corresponding prompt.
4.21.7 Emergency alarm devices and intercom systems shall meet the following
requirements:
a) Set up a remote alarm system for emergency relief that meets the requirements of
GB/T 24475. Ensure there is a two-way intercom system for continuous
communication with rescue services;
b) If the electric lift stroke is greater than 30 m or there is no direct dialogue between
the car and the emergency operation location, an intercom system or similar
device powered by emergency power supply shall be installed between the car
and the emergency operation location.
4.22 Energy performance
4.22.1 The main energy and auxiliary energy of the entire electric lift machine shall be
measured in the running state, idle state and standby state. The measurement method is
carried out according to the provisions of GB/T 30559.1.
4.22.2 The energy consumption of the entire electric lift machine shall be calculated as
the total energy consumption per day and year. Electric lift energy performance
classification is performed based on the calculation results. The calculation method and
energy performance classification are carried out in accordance with the provisions of
GB/T 30559.2.
4.23 Additional requirements for electric lifts suitable for persons with disabilities
If the electric lift is suitable for use by disabled people, it shall comply with the
regulations of GB/T 24477 and GB/T 30560.
4.24 Additional requirements for seismic design
If a building requires electric lifts to meet the characteristics of earthquakes, the seismic
design of the electric lift shall be compatible with the building's seismic design
standards and comply with the provisions of GB/T 31095.
4.25 Additional requirements for electric lift characteristics in case of fire
If a building requires electric lifts to meet fire characteristics, the electric lifts shall
comply with the regulations of GB/T 24479.
4.26 Additional requirements for fireman's electric lifts
If the electric lift is a firefighter electric lift, it shall also comply with the regulations of
GB/T 26465.
4.27 Additional requirements for explosion-proof electric lifts
If the electric lift is an explosion-proof electric lift, it shall also comply with the
regulations of GB/T 31094.
4.28 Operational assessment before delivery
After the electric lift is installed, system inspection and adjustment shall be carried out.
Carry out trial operation test. A simulation trial run can be carried out first. Any
problems discovered during the simulated trial run inspection will be promptly adjusted
and corrected. Then conduct the slow train trial run, express train trial run, and load
operation test, respectively.
The car operates 1,000 times each under no-load and rated load conditions according to
the number of starts per hour and load duration specified in the product design (not less
than 8 h per day). The electric lift shall run smoothly, brake reliably, and run
continuously without faults.
6 Test rules
6.1 Test methods
The test methods for electric lifts shall be carried out in accordance with the provisions
of GB/T 10059.
6.2 Exit-factory inspection
The exit-factory inspection of electric lifts shall be carried out in accordance with the
product standards of the manufacturer.
6.3 Inspection before delivery
Inspections before the electric lift is delivered for use shall be carried out in accordance
with 4.28 and 6.3 of GB/T 7588.1-2020 and the relevant provisions of GB/T 10060.
6.4 Type inspection
6.4.1 Type inspection shall be carried out under any of the following circumstances:
a) When the manufacturer manufactures for the first time;
b) When the main parameters of the product exceed the original applicable range;
c) When product configuration changes;
d) When other problems occur that affect product safety performance.
6.4.2 Type inspection items shall include Chapter 4, Chapter 5 and the relevant content
of GB/T 7588.2-2020.
7 Marks, packaging, transportation, storage and technical files
7.1 Marks
7.1.1 Electric lifts shall be equipped with product marks. The mark is set in an obvious
position in the car and shall comply with the provisions of 5.4.2.3.2 in GB/T 7588.1-
2020. For freight electric lifts, they shall also comply with the provisions of 5.4.2.3.3
in GB/T 7588.1-2020.
7.1.2 The nameplates of components (such as speed limiters, buffers, safety gears, door
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