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The 2007 edition of the ASME A17.1, "Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators" codified this key, designated "FEO-K1", as the universal standard key for firefighter's emergency operation. The rationale was that a standardized elevator fire service key wou..
ElevatorKeys.com is proud to offer the most extensive and well-researched elevator fire service key set available on the market, now updated for 2016. Our key sets provide a level of comprehensiveness, quality, reliability, and overall value that our comp..
Our most comprehensive key set! The flex-shaft version of our universal elevator hoistway door key set is newly updated and now includes 10 door keys for the most popular brands of elevators and elevator fixtures, plus a canvas carrying pouch. This set in..
Elevator emergency replacement key for GAL MO type interlock, with single "flapper" drop. Includes a "T" handle and a collar with a set screw, allowing this key to be set to a specific insertion depth, making this the perfect choice for building owners. T..
Replacement emergency door key for GAL MO interlock, single flat "flapper" drop with plastic flex shaft handle and screwdriver-type grip. Shaft is .3125" in diameter. Flexible shaft keys help prevent hand injury and equipment damage from unexpected moveme..
UTC key for Otis Elevators, found on many contemporary styles of Otis fixtures...
EX513 key for Innovation Industries fixtures, commonly seen on modern KONE and craft elevators...
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has published the
A17.4, "Guide for Emergency Personnel" since 1972. The A17.4 provides
guidance for the evacuation of passengers from stalled elevator cars as
well as firefighters’ service operating ..