Operating panels are an integral part of an elevator system and are used by passengers to summon the lift and select floors. They are used by lift passengers to call a lift and to select floors during their ride, making them one of the most frequently used components in any elevator.
The Car Operating Panel, or COP, is located on the interior wll of the elevator cabin and is used by passengers to select their desired floor. A well-designed COP can enhance the passenger experience by providing clear and easy-to-understand instructions and buttons. However, over time, COPs can become worn and outdated due to the sheer amount of use they get, leading to a less-than-optimal user experience. This is where Nigma’s expertise comes in. Our team can refurbish or replace the COPs to ensure they are up-to-date and fully functional.
Hall Operating Panels, or HOPs, are located outside of the elevator and are used by passengers to call the lift. Similar to COPs, HOPs can become outdated or worn over time, leading to confusion and frustration for passengers. Nigma’s team can update and refurbish HOPs to ensure they are clear and easy to use, improving the overall passenger experience.
In addition to refurbishing and updating existing panels, Nigma can also install new panels as part of a renovation or new elevator installation. Our team has experience working with a wide range of materials and finishes, allowing us to create custom-designed panels that perfectly match the style and aesthetic of your building.
Nigma’s elevator cladding services for car operating panels and hall operating panels can improve the functionality and appearance of an elevator system, enhancing the overall passenger experience and ensuring the elevator system remains safe and reliable. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can help improve your building’s elevator systems.