The lifts of our company are distinguished for their quality, safety and aesthetics. All installations comply with the standards and standards of the European Union.

Our company “Svarnas – Lifts” undertakes the design, design, installation and certification of new lifts. As well as maintenance, technical support and upgrading of older elevator.


Lifts: Types

Energy class elevators

All old lifts of all types consume large amounts of energy to operate. Our company to cope with this waste of energy has developed two innovative systems:

1. ECO TECHNOLOGY SVK1 which was studied and applied to old hydraulic energy-saving lifts.

     With ECO TECHNOLOGY SVK1 we achieve:

  • Energy savings of 40-50%
  • Cosine correction on the network (as recommended by 7/09)
  • Engine and valve management electronics
  • Low temperatures in the container resulting in longer oil life and less pollution in the environment


2. ECO TECHNOLOGY SVM1, which was studied and applied to old electromechanical energy-intensive lifts.

With ECO TECHNOLOGY SVM1 we achieve:

  • Energy savings of 40-50%
  • Cosine correction on the network (as recommended by 7/09)
  • Control of engine control with 100% improvement in its movement and stop control electronically
  • Lower engine and brake temperatures resulting in longer life and less pollution in the environment



  • An advance of 20% and 12 equal installments of interest
  • 20% down payment and post-employment redemption at 10%

Note: With the money you save from power consumption (depending on usage), the system is extinguished in 12-18 months.


Electromechanical elevators 

Electromechanical lifts are the most common type of lifts. The elevator car is pulled by means of pulleys and wire ropes. The weight of the chamber is offset against a counterweight.

Today, some electromechanical lifts use flat steel straps as their hauling ropes instead of conventional ropes. Flat steel straps are extremely light due to their carbon fiber core. Due to these properties, energy consumption in multi-storey buildings can be significantly reduced.


Hydraulic elevators

Hydraulic lifts are lifts that move with a piston that moves inside a cylinder. An electric motor pumps oil into the cylinder to move the piston. The piston raises the lift cab smoothly. The electric valves control the release of the oil for a gentle descent.

Hydraulic lifts are widely used in buildings up to five or six floors. These lifts, which can operate at speeds of up to 61 meters (200 feet) per minute, do not use the high load of lifting machines in the same way as electromechanics.


Elevators without engine room (MRL type)

The solution was found for the space occupied by the engine room of the lift. Finally, MRL LIFT has been constructed, which concerns both hydraulic and electromechanical lifts which do not need to occupy any space outside the well.

All the machines are placed inside the well and the only one outside the well is the board that is placed in a cabinet that is stuck and out of the well, leaving all the spaces free to be used as desired.