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1 Elevator Consulting, LLC. Post Office Box 464 Mequon, WI Voice/Fax: Mobile No: DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS MILWAUKEE SECURE DETENTION FACILITY 1015 N 10 TH ST, MILWAUKEE, WI SERVICE TYPE: The elevators at the Milwaukee Secure Detention Facility were specified as CS, or complete maintenance service with a minimum monthly service interval and 24 hr callback service. ELEVATORS: Each of the five elevators is identified on page 4. GENERAL: 1. Cleaning The machine room equipment is maintained in fairly good condition, but some minor cleaning will need to be worked in over the first several inspections: Clean up a small amount of cable lubricant on the machines and floor that was thrown off the suspension ropes. Clean cars top of some cable lubricant which gets tracked onto the tile flooring at the landings when exiting the car tops. Clean a small amount of trash from the elevator pits. The E elevator machine room floor was just painted. I can t conclude whether this was done by the elevator or the Owner s personnel. 2. Replacement parts An adequate supply of replacement parts is provided in the elevator #1 machine room. A set of hand tools is kept on site. 3. Performance Was measured for these elevators in terms of speed and ride quality and was found to be consistent. Elevators #1 4 are running at or slightly above the contract speed of 350 FPM, measured at FPM. The ride measured in starting, acceleration, deceleration, and stopping g forces is acceptable with one exception. 4. Signal fixtures Including position indicators, can and hall pushbuttons, car direction indicators, etc. were in satisfactory condition. All elevator telephones functioned properly on normal power. 5. Emergency Systems Emergency operation of signaling devices, lighting, and communications is maintained with battery backup power supplies. The car emergency light and alarm functioned on all five elevators but the elevator telephone emergency power failed on elevators #1 2. This would be cause to fail these elevators at the annual safety inspection by a State licensed elevator inspector.

2 Page 2 The annual test of elevator operation under emergency power hasn t been performed since See additional information under Periodic Tests. 6. Suspension Ropes Several elevators have a slight reduction in diameter but meet code requirements for wire breaks and minimum diameter. Counterweight runby meets all applicable requirements. 7. Permit to Operate The current Permit to Operate issued by the State of WI is required to be displayed by the Owner in each machine room or in each elevator car. The Permits found in the machine rooms were two years old, and expired in November of The current certificates must be displayed by the Owner. 8. Maintenance Control Program A written Maintenance Control Program (MCP) is a requirement of the current ASME A17.1 elevator code, which is applicable to all new and existing elevator equipment. has a standard MCP booklet for traction elevators in each machine room. A Maintenance Task Log corresponds to the MCP and denotes the maintenance tasks that has determined are required either annually or semiannually at a minimum on traction elevators. Of the 45 tasks that has determined are required on traction elevators Only 13 (Elev #1) and 14 (Elev #2) and 16 (Elev #3) of the 45 tasks are marked for Check marks are used rather than the date performed for the task log for 2010, 2011, 2012, and However the actual dates are required by the elevator code for examinations, adjustments, repairs, and replacements. 9. Maintenance Records A Maintenance Log is provided in each machine room. The current format is minimal in content for the recording the maintenance tasks compared to the previous format found in the machine room for year Maintenance records for 2010 and 2012 are missing entirely from the elevator #1 and #2 machine rooms in violation of the maintenance specification. There is no record of servicing the DC machine brake and replacement of the traction machine gearcase oil, both of which are required annually per the maintenance agreement. 10. Firefighters Operation A monthly record of Firefighters Operation testing is required, including date of test and the findings. A check mark is used rather than the date performed for most of the Fire Service records. Monthly tests were apparently missed for some elevators. For example, elevator #3 has no tests marked for January April 2011 and for April December 2010.

3 Page Callback Records It is also a requirement of the ASME A17.1 elevator code to document a description and dates of call backs (trouble calls) or reports that are reported to elevator personnel including corrective action taken. State of WI requires that these records be retained in the machine room. Few callbacks are documented for each elevator. I was told that elevator #3 in particular has experienced a high number of callbacks, which isn t documented on site in the machine room. While there were 7 callbacks within a 2 week period at the end of March 2011, only 3 were documented each in 2012 and 2013, which the on site personnel tell me isn t accurate. 12. Periodic Tests Are required at annual (Category 1) and five year (Category 5) intervals. Comments below apply to elevators # Emergency Power The Category 1 and Category 5 tests include operation on emergency power. While the Category 5 full load test is documented as being completed in 2010, the subsequent Category 1 (annual) emergency power tests weren t made in 2011 and 2012, and the WI test reports are marked N/A The Category 1 tests were made a month late on 12/27/12 but were due by 11/28/ Although the test reports are required to be retained in the machine room, no 2011 test report exists in the machine room for elevators The test were conducted on 11/28/11 according to the test tags, which would have been almost 5 months past the due date of 7/1/ The State test reports confirm the 2010 tests were made on 7/1/10. Category 1 Test Due Date The Category 1 tests are due in 2 months by 12/27/13 (elevator # ) and by 4/23/14 for elevator E. The test of emergency power operation must be made as part of the Category 1 tests. Category 1 Test Due Date The Category 5 tests are due next in July August 2015, and this requirements applies to traction elevators # only. My conclusion is that the records for maintenance, callbacks, Firefighters Operation, and Periodic Tests are insufficient to comply with elevator code requirements shown below, and with the elevator maintenance specification. MAINTENANCE RECORDS (ASME A requirement ) Maintenance records shall document compliance with 8.6 of the ASME A Safety Code for Elevators and Escalators and shall include records on the following activities: (a) description of maintenance task performed and dates (b) description and dates of examinations, tests, adjustments, repairs, and replacements (c) description and dates of call backs (trouble calls) or reports that are reported to elevator personnel by any means, including corrective action taken (d) written record of the findings on the firefighter s service operation required by

4 Page 4 Elevator Information Elevators #1 4 Type: Electric Passenger Contract Date: 4/3/2000 Applicable codes: ASME A WI Admin Code COMM 18 11/1999 Drive Type: Geared Traction Elevator #E Type: Hydraulic Passenger Contract Date: 8/3/2000 Applicable codes: ASME A WI Admin Code COMM 18 11/1999 Drive Type: Direct Hydraulic Date of assessment: October 28 29, 2013 WI State Reg. No Rated Load: 4500 lbs (#1 2), 3500 (#3 4) Rated Speed: 350 FPM Landings served: 9 in line from 1 9 Date of assessment: October 28, 2013 WI State Reg. No Rated Load: 2500 lbs Rated Speed: 125 FPM Landings served: 2 opposite at 1 2R No ROID # State # Classificat Drive Type Manuf Capac Speed Lndg Inst Date Passenger Traction /3/ Passenger Traction /3/00 3* * Passenger Traction /3/00 4* * Passenger Traction /3/00 E Passenger Direct Hydr /3/00 *A discrepancy in elevator numbers exists for elevators #3 4. According to the State of WI online elevator database, elevator #3 has State Reg. No and elevator #4 is 26040, but the metal data tags on the car tops are actually reversed from what is shown above. Facing elevators #3 4, the facility has these elevators labeled #4 and #3 from left to right. So moving clockwise the elevator numbers are The State data tags will be retained in place. If the present numbering system is to be retained then the State records should be corrected to reflect that State Reg. No are elevator #4 3, respectively. The other option is to relabel the elevators #3 4 from left to right when facing the elevators. Under this option the elevator # 4 3 signs inside the elevators, at floors 2 3, in the machine room, and the voice message on the elevator telephone must be changed to #3 4. Check for signs at all landings. Advise how elevators #3 4 should be numbered. I can assist with changing of the State records.

5 Page 5 ELEVATOR DEFICIENCIES Elevator #1, Service, State Reg. No Item Deficiency Responsibility Comments 1. The required hoistway door unlocking key is missing from the machine room. Provide a hoistway door unlocking key and Comm 18 signage adjacent 2. Correct date on the metal test tag in the machine room, which is marked to indicate that the Category 1 tests were completed in the future on 12/27/ The top north car enclosure tubular handrail fasteners are loose. 4. The labeling for the Code Blue key switch at 1 is unreadable. 5. The functions on the Phase II key to the elevator disconnect switch. The Category 1 tests are current, having been performed last on 12/27/12 as evidenced by a copy of the State test report. Tighten handrail fasteners. Replace the engraved switch key bezel. Check the other floors. Replace the engraved Phase II switch key bezel. switch in the car station are not legible 6. The car exhaust fan is noisy. Check the noisy car fan, which was temporarily silenced by pressing on the fan grille. 7. The emergency light lens in the car station is cracked. 8. The elevator telephone fails to operate with car lighting circuit disconnected. 9. No metal cable data tag is provided on the car side cable shackles. 10. The governor cable data tag is mismarked as a 5/8 wire rope. 11. A cover is missing for the leveling unit on the car top. 12. The hoistway door sight guards are loose at floors 4 and The hoistway door at 6 th floor doesn t close automatically from any position 14. A hoistway hangar dust cover for the 4 th floor is missing. 15. Both leading door panel gib runners at 1 are missing. 16. Horizontal clearance between the 1 st floor and entrance frame exceeds 3/ Storage is of parts or equipment on car tops is prohibited by the elevator code. Renew the emergency light lens. Renew battery for Rath Microtech phone and test operation. Provide a metal cable data tag on the suspension rope terminations Correct the existing data tag to 3/8 or replace governor cable data tag. Replace the missing cover Tighten or replace stripped fasteners. Adjust the hoistway door closer. Replace missing hoistway hangar dust cover. Replace nylon gib runners ASAP. Reduce clearance to < 3/8. Remove the counterweight striker extension from the car top.

6 Page 6 Elevator #1 (Continued) 18. Label the elevator number on each elevator crosshead in min 2 numerals. 19. Current Permit to Operate is not displayed in the machine room or car. 20. The fire sprinkler in the elevator pit is not guarded. Required where 2 or more elevators share a hoistway or machine room. Owner Display the current Permit to Operate in the elevator machine room or in the elevator car. (Typical of all Milwaukee elevators) Owner Install a metal guard (basket) on the sprinkler in the elevator #1 2 pits. (Typical of all Milwaukee elevators)

7 Page 7 ELEVATOR DEFICIENCIES Elevator #2, Service, State Reg. No Item Deficiency Responsibility Comments 1. The required hoistway door unlocking key is missing from the machine room. Provide a hoistway door unlocking key and Comm 18 signage adjacent 2. Correct date on the metal test tag in the machine room, which is marked to indicate that the Category 1 tests were completed in the future on 12/27/13. to the elevator disconnect switch. The Category 1 tests are current, having been performed last on 12/27/12 as evidenced by a copy of the State test report. 3. The car exhaust fan is noisy. Check the noisy car fan, which was temporarily silenced by pressing on the fan grille. 4. The Phase II Firefighters Operating Procedures sign is missing from the car enclosure. 5. The elevator telephone fails to operate with car lighting circuit disconnected. 6. No metal cable data tag is provided on the car side cable shackles. 7. No metal governor cable data tag is provided. 8. A cover is missing for the overspeed governor encoder in the overhead. 9. Horizontal clearance between the 1 st floor and entrance frame exceeds 3/8. Owner will be charged for new sign Provide a replacement sign. Renew battery for Rath Microtech phone and test operation. Provide a metal cable data tag on the suspension rope terminations Provide a metal governor cable data tag on the release carrier. Replace the missing cover Reduce clearance to < 3/ The 9 th floor hoistway door was struck. Straighten or renew bent door gibs. 11. A door panel at the 8 th floor is missing Replace nylon gib runner. the nylon gib runner. 12. Several door bumpers are missing. Replace all missing door bumpers. 13. The hoistway door at 6 th floor doesn t close automatically from any position 14. The fast speed car door panel gibs are worn or loose. 15. Label the elevator number on each elevator crosshead in min 2 numerals. 16. Current Permit to Operate is not displayed in the machine room or car. Adjust the hoistway door closer. Replace door gibs on the leading car door panel. Required where 2 or more elevators share a hoistway or machine room. Owner Display the current Permit to Operate in the elevator machine room or in the elevator car.

8 Page 8 ELEVATOR DEFICIENCIES Elevator #3*, Public, State Reg. No * (see numbering discrepancy discussed on page 4) Item Deficiency Responsibility Comments 1. A decal on the #3 controller indicates Warning do not place articles on top of controller. Remove wiring diagrams from the top of the controller cabinet. 2. Correct date on the metal test tag in the machine room, which is marked to indicate that the Category 1 tests were completed in the future on 12/27/ Provide the required COMM 18 signage for the hoistway door key and locate adjacent to the disconnect switch in the machine room. 4. The functions on the Phase I key switch at the 2 nd floor are not legible 5. Doors close then reopen on Phase I operation before closing again, observed this on two occasions. The Category 1 tests are current, having been performed last on 12/27/12 as evidenced by a copy of the State test report. Place the disconnecting means in the off position and lock it, prior to using the hoistway door unlocking key Replace the engraved Phase I switch key bezel. On Phase I recall operation, doors shall close without delay and the car shall recall to the designated level. 6. A 5 gallon container of used oil is stored in the elevator pit. Elevator pits shall not be used for storage purposes. 7. Traction machine sheave and gearcase Wipe down machine exterior. extending into hoistway is oil covered 8. The door closing force exceeds 35 lb/ft. Reduce door closing force, which shall not exceed 30 lb/ft. 9. The Door Open and Door Close pushbuttons are reversed in the car station are compared to elev # Recommend switching Door Open and Door Close buttons and Braille to match the other elevators. 10. The measurement of jerk with a Make the appropriate adjustments. Maxton SafeTach is high leaving a floor in the down direction. 11. Fasteners for the car handrail on the lower rear car enclosure wall and top hand rail by car station are loose. Tighten the handrail fasteners. 12. The elevator does not stop level with the 3 rd (by 1/2 ) and 5 th floors (5/16 ) in the up direction. 13. No metal cable data tag is provided on the car side cable shackles. 14. A hoistway door interlock pickup roller is worn at the 2 nd floor. Corrections shall be made. Check all floor stops in both directions. Provide a metal cable data tag on the suspension rope terminations. Use 7/2000 as the installation date. Replace a pickup roll at the 2 nd floor.

9 Page 9 Elevator #3 (Continued) top counterweight guide rollers are cracked and need replacement 16. Storage is of parts or equipment on car tops is prohibited by the elevator code. 17. Label elevator number on each elevator crosshead in min 2 numerals once numbering error is addressed. 18 Current Permit to Operate is not displayed in the machine room or car. 19. The fire sprinkler in the elevator pit is not guarded. Replace 4 roller guides. Remove the counterweight striker extension from the car top. Required where 2 or more elevators share a hoistway or machine room. Owner Display the current Permit to Operate in the elevator machine room or in the elevator car. Owner Install a metal guard (basket) on the sprinkler in the elevator #3 4 pits.

10 Page 10 ELEVATOR DEFICIENCIES Elevator #4*, Public, State Reg. No * (see numbering discrepancy discussed on page 4) Item Deficiency Responsibility Comments 1. The required car door restrictor is Reinstall bracket for car door intentionally disabled, as evidence by restrictor and test operation. This the fact the header bracket has been removed and is stored on the car top. violation would cause the elevator to fail the annual safety inspection. 2. Doors close then reopen on Phase I operation before closing again, observed this on one occasion. On Phase I recall operation, doors shall close without delay and the car shall recall to the designated level. 3. Traction machine sheave and gearcase Wipe down machine exterior. extending into hoistway is oil covered 4. The door closing force exceeds 35 lb/ft. Reduce door closing force, which shall not exceed 30 lb/ft. 5. The metal cable data tag provided is not fastened to the cable shackles. Attach the existing metal cable data tag to the car side rope terminations. 6. Some wear exists on a door operator Order a spare belt for future drive belt. replacement. 7. The car top is the dirtiest of the four Clean car top and equipment. traction elevators. 8. Label elevator number on each Required where 2 or more elevators elevator crosshead in min 2 numerals share a hoistway or machine room. once numbering error is addressed. 9. Current Permit to Operate is not displayed in the machine room or car. 10. The painted black background on the car Braille tags has worn off. Owner Display the current Permit to Operate in the elevator machine room or in the elevator car. Owner Owner authorization at additional cost is required to replace the Braille.

11 Page 11 ELEVATOR DEFICIENCIES Elevator #E, Lobby, State Reg. No Item Deficiency Responsibility Comments 1. No metal tag documents the Category 1 tests performed last on 4/23/13. Provide the required test tag in the machine room. A copy of the State test report is in the machine room. 2. The Phase II key switch bezel in the car station is broken. Replace the Phase II key switch key bezel. 3. A light accumulation of dust is on the elevator guide rails. Brush or vacuum lint from the guide rails. 4. Storage of lubricants or supplies on car tops is prohibited by the elevator code. Remove a lubricant container and 7 rags stored on the car top. 5. Fasteners for the car handrail on the Tighten the handrail fasteners. east car enclosure wall are loose. 6. Current Permit to Operate is not displayed in the machine room or car. 7. The elevator number decal was removed from the car station. 8. The fire sprinkler in the elevator pit is not guarded. 9. The vinyl base in the elevator partially obstructs the ventilation louvers. 10. A void exists surrounding the entry of conduit for fire alarm and pit lighting circuits in the elevator pit. Owner Display the current Permit to Operate in the elevator machine room or in the elevator car. (Typical of all Milwaukee elevators) Owner Label the elevator number in the car. Owner Owner Owner Install a metal guard (basket) over the sprinkler in the elevator pit. Recommend to remove or cut down the base so the vents at the floor aren t obstructed. Fire caulk around the penetrations into the hoistway. This must be done from the elevator pit.

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