relieves all the challenges
The funiculars use the technology of vertical elevators. Their optimal range of application is short journeys, on a sloping track and on a straight line. With their complete automation, they work without an operator.
Whether outdoor or urban, public or private, our inclined elevators are tailored to suit your needs. In the most severe climate environment or ultra-intensive use, they will be able to offer you the best performances, whatever your architectural constraints.
From the feasibility study to construction of your inclined elevators, from their retrofit to their maintenance, POMA is with you at every stage of the project.
OF THE POMA INCLINED LIFT
ERGONOMICS AND DESIGN
To make our inclined elevators a sustainable and modern mode of transport, we seek to make them the most comfortable from the design stage. Through our work on interior comfort, we offer a unique sense of space thanks to our cabins made entirely out of glass.
By also working on the outside visual aspect, our elevators blend into the environment in the most remarkable sites.
AVAILABILITY AND DURABILITY
With a fully automatic operation 24/7, our elevators guarantee high performance and an excellent level of service for the user and operator. Their secret? High reliability due to proven and energy-efficient solutions. Thus, the operating cost of our inclined elevators is optimised, their durability increased and satisfaction is high.
600 peeople/ hour on average
up to 4 m/s
up to 40 people
30 projects worldwide
APM, FUNICULAR RAILWAY OR INCLINED ELEVATOR, WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENCES?
All our references
of Inclined Lifts
France – Nice – 2014
The Maeterlinck Palace is a former luxury hotel overlooking the Bay of Angels in Nice. In 2014, it was equipped with an inclined elevator to allow its residents to easily reach the beach.Read
Charles de Gaule – Etoile
France – Paris – 2013
The inclined elevator of the Charles de Gaulle-Étoile station, in the heart of western Paris, was installed to facilitate the connection between the stations of metro lines 1 and 6 and the RER A regional express network line station, the central thoroughfare for transport in Paris, connecting east to west in the Paris region.Read