The highest elevator test tower opened in Japan

The Japanese company Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has opened the world's tallest wind test tower in Inazawa.
The construction cost of the 173 meter structure was $ 50 million. The building will be tested super-fast elevators, which will be used in the future in the highest skyscrapers in the world. Recall that the fastest lifts in the world are those found in Taipei 101. The lifts built by Toshiba are moving in this 508 meter building at speeds up to 61 km / h. They are equipped with special pressure maintenance systems to prevent the "cracking" of eardrums in the ears.
The highest elevator test tower opened in Japan
04/01/2008     Wojciech Andruszkiewicz

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zenekxD
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zenekxD
12 years ago
"wczoraj ogadalem program o tym budynku na discavery i ma ok 500m a nie 173 jak autor pisze." o jakim budynku? taipei 101? tak to on ma ponad 500m ale ta wieza ma 173m. kumasz
aga
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aga
12 years ago
super
Martu$$$$$$
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Martu$$$$$$
12 years ago
Taka sobie :D
kubagolonkkka
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kubagolonkkka
13 years ago
super
Rikki203
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Rikki203
13 years ago
jaka wielka wieża i to mi się podoba!!!!!!!!!!!
dar
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dar
13 years ago
wczoraj ogadalem program o tym budynku na discavery i ma ok 500m a nie 173 jak autor pisze.
pola
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pola
13 years ago
fajnie napisane " super" odpowiednie slowo!!!!!!;);D;P
Takkyu
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Takkyu
13 years ago
Fenomenalne. Azjaci sa przyszloscia swiata
arcydlo
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arcydlo
13 years ago
fajne!! znowu cos duzego i pomysłowego
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