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The Eiffel Tower is the most important landmark in Paris and is a symbol for the country of France around the world. It is visited by 6 million people annually.
As the tower was being built by Gustav Eiffel for the 1889 World Expo, specialists from Switzerland were already on the job: engineer Maurice Koechlin was in charge of the design and calculations for the 10,000 ton steel colossus.
Over the next few years the two hydraulic elevators from the early days are scheduled for a complete overhaul. The new elevator cabins will be supplied by GANGLOFF.

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Technical Data

Customer Eiffel Tower Operating Co. (SETE) Baudin Chateauneuf
Distance Ground floor - 2nd story
Startup West Pillar 2010
East Pillar 2014
Capacity 2 x 56 passengers
Slope 54° - 76°
Door opening clearance 1'450 mm
Floor area of a cabin 3'400 x 3'500 mm

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