At a speed of 3.6 meters per day, the ThyssenKrupp tower in Rottweil grows rapidly. By its completion at the end of 2016, the tower reached a total height of 246 meters. Costing 40 million euros, the tower serves for testing and developing elevators. In a total of 12 different shafts, elevator solutions of the future can be tested, one of which is the ropeless "MULTI" elevator technology. Currently, the height of the tower is 244.10 meters, and the final 1.90 meters will be achieved in 2016 with the membrane tip. Until then, the interior will be further developed. We present the high-tech tower.

At a speed of 3.6 meters per day, the ThyssenKrupp tower in Rottweil grows rapidly. By its completion at the end of 2016, the tower reached a total height of 246 meters. Costing 40 million euros, the tower serves for testing and developing elevators. In a total of 12 different shafts, elevator solutions of the future can be tested, one of which is the ropeless "MULTI" elevator technology. Currently, the height of the tower is 244.10 meters, and the final 1.90 meters will be achieved in 2016 with the membrane tip. Until then, the interior will be further developed. We present the high-tech tower.

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