Water intrusion can be caused by things such as a natural disaster, a broken pipe, or a drain back up. Since elevator pits are usually the lowest point in a building they are susceptible to flooding. Check out our blog post for more information: Is Your Elevator Pit Violating Code?
Yes, the Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators prohibits the accumulation of water and oil on pit floors; section 188.8.131.52.4.
A Sump-Pump is a water extraction equipment normally installed in an elevator pit. The Sump-Pump hole is normally 24 x 24 per code to remove water from the pit.
Contained water in an elevator pit can potentially cause mechanical parts, such as, pit channels, guide rails, and buffers to rust and break, endangering the integrity of the elevator shaft completely. If electrical cables are exposed pit light fixtures are damaged, and the entire electrical system of the building could be affected.
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