we get you to higher places
We believe in both style and functionality. That’s why we’ve lifts that suit different architectural constraints, design styles, and lifestyle preferences.
Detailed inspection will be provided by our professional and highly qualified engineers, so you can always be assured of the highest quality standards.
Our lifts come equipped with eco-efficient technology that lowers energy consumption levels - that means reducing energy costs and your carbon footprint.
Modernisation enhances the lifts functionality and extends the lifespan. Modernisation also keep your lifts operating at optimal efficiency.Find out more
Commercial/ Goods Lifts
frequently Asked Questions
Why should you work with Hin Chong?
With over 20 years of experience, our team of knowledgeable and skilled technicians will be able to offer services and solutions that are safe, efficient and practical which delivers comfort and style to all our home and commercial lifts.
With our vast experience and expertise, we are able to modernize a lift system in as little as 5 days and completely replace an old lift with a brand new lift within 28 days.
What is the difference between Hydraulic and Traction Lifts?
Hydraulic Lifts are lifts that are powered through an electronic pump which transmits hydraulic oil to a jack and moves the lift up and down through the piston attached at the base of the lift.
(Image: Hydraulic Lift)
Traction Lifts are lifts that are powered by an electrical motor and moves the lift up and down using a roping, sheave and counterweight balancing system. The lifts can be a machine room or machine room-less type.
(Image: Traction Lift)
What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Hydraulic Lift?
– Cheaper than Traction Lift
– Very good for Heavy Loading
– Require a smaller Lift Shaft (for buildings with space constraint)
– Slow Speed
– For Low Rise Buildings
– High Heat Producing System
– Consume more energy (electricity)
– High Maintenance Cost in the longer term
What are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Traction Lift?
– Fast Speed
– For High Rise Buildings
– Energy Efficient
– Smoother Ride
– More Costly
– Requires a bigger Lift Shaft
What are the classification of Lifts?
i) Passenger Lift: A lift to carry passengers. This includes a hospital bed lift.
ii) Good / Cargo / Freight Lift: A lift to carry goods only. Passengers are not allowed except the person required to load and unload the goods
iii) Service Lift: A lift to carry both Passengers and Goods.
iv) Fire Lift: A lift designated for the exclusive use of fire-fighters during an emergency. A passenger lift can be designated as a fire lift.
v) Evacuation Lift: A lift designated to evacuate handicapped passengers during an emergency. Usually, a fire lift or passenger lift (if there is no fire lift) will double up as an evacuation lift.
vi) Home Lift: A small passenger lift (3-5 persons) installed in a private residential house.
vii) Platform Lift: A lift with a single platform. Usually meant for wheelchair users.
viii) Stair/Chair Lift: A lift that transports a person up and down the stairs by moving along the stair handrails.