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03-18-2015

Escalator Step and Escalator Having thereof

An escalator step (1) includes a tread (2) having a body section (6) on which a plurality of convex sections (8) are arranged in parallel, a riser (3) connected to a rear end portion of the tread (2) and having thereon a plurality of convex sections (9) and a plurality of concave sections (10) formed between the adjacent convex sections, and a shock absorbing cleat (5) provided on a corner at which the riser (3) and tread (2) are connected to each other. The shock absorbing cleat (5) includes a plurality of long convex sections (12) which are arranged in parallel and a plurality of short convex sections (11) which are arranged in parallel between the adjacent long convex sections. The shock absorbing cleat (5) is formed of a polymeric material having a Young's modulus of 1000 MPa or less.

Document: EP2848572A1
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Published patent application
Disclosure date: 08-22-2014
Publication date: 03-18-2015
Applicant: TOSHIBA ELEVATOR KK, JP
Inventor: ISHIKAWA YOSHINOBU, JP ; KAMIMURA KOSEI, JP ; KIKUCHI TAKAYUKI, JP ; NAKAGAKI SHIGEO, JP ; TAKAHASHI HIDEO, JP ; YAMAGUCHI SATOSHI, JP


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