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Domain G floor plan

Floor plan of the Domain (Ground floor). For full ride of these elevators, please refer to the lift tour[1].

These are the elevators in Domain, a 9-storey[2] shopping centre in Yau Tong.

Elevator specifications

Doorways protected passenger elevator (elevator 3)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: 5400 mini-machine-room
  • Year in service: Early October, 2012
  • Capacity: 1250 kg / 16 Persons
  • Speed: 2.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Passenger and fireman
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (LCD)
    • Direction indicator: Combined in the floor indicator
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91 (floor buttons)/US91-15 (door control and alarm buttons)
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (LCD)
    • Direction indicator: Combined in the floor indicator
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua), supplied by Tonic Electronic Engineering.

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 9
  • Floor layout: MTR, LG2, LG1, G, M, 1, 2, 3, R

Trivia

  • After the shopping centre opening hours (6 am - 12 midnight), this elevator only served floors MTR to G.
  • This is the earliest elevator opened before the shopping centre opened.
  • This is one of the four fireman's elevator in this shopping centre (fireman's switch located in G).
  • All of those elevator floor buttons were used be Dewhurst US91-15 floor buttons but replaced to US91 in Late September, 2014.
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.
  • The level G (Ground floor) in this elevator different than the service elevator in the same doorway on the other floors (about 6 steps of the staircase).
  • Level M is a service area but they didn't lock this floor in this elevator.

Gallery

Main elevators (elevator 6, 7, 8)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: 5400 mini-machine-room
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 1250 kg / 16 Persons
  • Speed: 2.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Passenger
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Medium (busy)

Door specification

  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Lanterns: On the top of the landing door frame
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91 (floor buttons)/US91-15 (door control and alarm buttons)
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (LCD)
    • Direction indicator: Combined in the floor indicator
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua), supplied by Tonic Electronic Engineering.

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 6
  • Floor layout: MTR, LG1, G, 1, 2, 3

Trivia

  • Only lift no. 6 is meet the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard and connected to the guide path.
  • All of those elevator floor buttons were used be Dewhurst US91-15 floor buttons but replaced to US91 in Late September, 2014. Lift no. 6 also added the braille plates beside the buttons.
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.

Gallery

Back passenger elevator (elevator 10)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: 5400 mini-machine-room
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 1250 kg / 16 Persons
  • Speed: 2.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Passenger and fireman
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (LCD)
    • Direction indicator: Combined in the floor indicator
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91 (floor buttons)/US91-15 (door control and alarm buttons)
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (LCD)
    • Direction indicator: Combined in the floor indicator
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua), supplied by Tonic Electronic Engineering.

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 6
  • Floor layout: MTR, LG1, G, 1, 2, 3

Trivia

  • Only MTR and G in this elevator can served, other floors are locked.
  • This is one of the four fireman's elevator in this shopping centre (fireman's switch located in MTR).
  • All of those elevator floor buttons were used be Dewhurst US91-15 floor buttons but replaced to US91 in Late September, 2014.
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.

Gallery

Podium shuttle elevator (elevator 11)

Podium shuttle elevator is a replacement of the original stairlift between MTR and G beside two sets of 3 (for each set) Kone escalators beside them[3].

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Otis
  • Serial no.: 51B0255
  • Model: Gen2 machine-room-less
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 1000 kg / 13 Persons
  • Speed: 1.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Passenger and fireman
  • Current maintenance: Otis Elevator Company (HK) Limited
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

This elevator which have two sets of doors. Both doors are same type by the following information.
  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (LCD)
    • Direction indicator: Combined in the floor indicator
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US91 (floor buttons)/US91-15 (door control and alarm buttons)
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (LCD)
    • Direction indicator: Combined in the floor indicator
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua)

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 3
  • Floor layout: MTR, LG2, G

Trivia

  • This is the only machine-room-less elevator. This also one of the two elevators which have two sets of doors in this shopping centre.
  • This is one of the four fireman's elevator in this shopping centre (fireman's switch located in G).
  • After the shopping centre opening hours (6 am - 12 midnight), this elevator only served floors MTR and G.
  • All of those elevator floor buttons were used be Dewhurst US91-15 floor buttons but replaced to US91 in Late September, 2014.
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.

Gallery

Service elevator near the public transport interchange vehicle entrance (elevator 1)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: 5400 mini-machine-room
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 1250 kg / 16 Persons
  • Speed: 2.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Service and fireman
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua), supplied by Tonic Electronic Engineering.

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 6
  • Floor layout: MTR, LG1, G, 1, 2, 3

Trivia

  • This is one of the four fireman's elevator in this shopping centre (fireman's switch located in MTR).
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.

Gallery

Service elevator near the carpark vehicle entrance (elevator 2)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: 5400 mini-machine-room
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 1250 kg / 16 Persons
  • Speed: 2.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Service
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua)

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 6
  • Floor layout: LG1, G, 1, 2, 3, R

Trivia

  • This is one of the two service elevator served to roof in this shopping centre.
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.

Gallery

Service elevator near the doorways protected passenger elevator (elevator 4)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: 5400 mini-machine-room
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 1250 kg / 16 Persons
  • Speed: 2.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Service
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua), supplied by Tonic Electronic Engineering.

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 9
  • Floor layout: MTR, LG2, LG1, G, M, 1, 2, 3, R

Trivia

  • This is one of the two service elevator served to roof in this shopping centre.
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.
  • The level G (Ground floor) in this elevator different than the passenger elevator in the same doorway on the other floors (about 6 steps of the staircase).
  • Level M is a service area but they didn't lock this floor in this elevator.

Gallery

Service elevator near the Yau Tong Estate entrance (elevator 5)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: 5400 mini-machine-room
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 1250 kg / 16 Persons
  • Speed: 2.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Service
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

  • Door type: Center opening
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group, Selcom 3201 Hydra Plus)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by Wittur Group)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua), supplied by Tonic Electronic Engineering.

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 5
  • Floor layout: LG1, G, 1, 2, 3

Trivia

  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.

Gallery

Freight elevator (elevator 9)

Basic information

  • Manufacturer: Schindler
  • Serial no.: Unknown
  • Model: Unknown
  • Year in service: Early December, 2012
  • Capacity: 3000 kg / 39 Persons
  • Speed: 1.0 meters/second
  • Drive type: Gearless traction
  • Controllers: Microprocessor
  • Status: In service
  • Usage: Freight
  • Current maintenance: Schindler Lifts (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Filming difficulty: Easy

Door specification

This elevator which have two sets of doors. Both doors are same type by the following information.
  • Door type: 2 speed center opening telescopic
  • Exterior door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group)
  • Inner door system: Automatic (provided by Wittur Group)
  • Door safety: Mixed bumpers and sensors (provided by T.L. Jones)

Fixtures

  • Hall station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate up/down buttons: Yes
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Lanterns: No
  • Cab station
    • Manufacturer/series: Dewhurst
    • Button series: US90-15
    • Illuminative: Yes
    • Separate control panel for wheelchair: No
    • Floor indicator: Yes (Dewhurst UL16 digital segment displays)
    • Direction indicator: Yes
    • Floor announcement: Yes (start with Cantonese, English and Putunghua), supplied by Tonic Electronic Engineering.

Floors serving

  • Floors served: 5
  • Floor layout: LG1, G, 1, 2, 3

Trivia

  • This is the only freight elevator in this shopping centre.
  • Despite there don't have a separate control panel for wheelchair. The buttons are lowered for the standard height of the "Design Manual: Barrier Free Access 2008 (BFA 2008)" standard.

Gallery

Notes and References

  1. Tour of the lifts at Domain Shopping Centre
  2. Housing Authority said there are 8-storey but they didn't count the Mezzanine floor which not open to public.[1]
  3. "The most" of the wheelchair accessible facilities (hkelev.com)