A incline elevator is a traction elevator that travels on angle. Many elevator enthusiasts mistakenly call them "Inclinators" when that term is not correct, Inclinator is the name of a elevator company.
Notable incline elevators installations
- Cameron Mansion, The Peak (1951, mod:1990s)
- Po Fook Hill Columbarium, Sha Tin, (1990/2009)(mod:2018)
- Tai O Heritage Hotel, (2012)
- Discovery Bay North, (2014)
- The Valley Resort, Bandung
- The Rock Bar - Ayana Resort Jimbaran, Bali (2010)
- Bvlgari Resort, Bali, Indonesia
- Nammos Beach Club - Karma Kandara Resort, Bali
- Ubud Hanging Gardens, Bali (2008)
- Luxor Hotel, Las Vegas, NV
- Huntington (WMATA station), Huntington, VA
- Cityplace/Uptown (DART station)(west and east elevators), Dallas, TX
- San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA
- Grand Coulee Dam, Washington
- Shadowbrook Restaurant Capitola, CA
- 34th Street-Hudson Yards (MTA station), New York, NY
- Several Paris metro stations
- Public Poma/Otis in Méribel-Mottarets ski resort
- Montmartre Funiculars (now changed into inclined elevators), Paris
- Old city of Langres
- Bilbao Metro, Bilbao, Spain
- Peace Tower at the International Peace Garden, Morton, Manitoba,Canada
- Doi Suthep, Chiangmai, Thailand
- Tang Guan Hill, Songkhla, Thailand
- metro stations Haje and Vltavska, Prague, Czech Republic 
- hotel NH, Prague, Czech Republic
- Koliesko-Priehyba, Jasna, Slovakia
- Zentrum Shuttle, Sölden, Austria
- Snow Cab, Obergurgl, Austria
- Hopsi-Express, Schladming, Austria
- Weltcupexpress, Zauchensee, Austria
Notes and references
- Original Cabin installed by Gangloff. Original Machinery were installed by Schindler.
- Originally was Maspero, Installed by Chun Ming.
- The two elevators are being replaced from 2018 by Schindler.
- Brand is Sematic (Machinery were installed by Hütter-Aufzüge). Installed by Techfaith Engineering, but currently maintained by Schindler.
- Installed by Techfaith Engineering, but currently maintained by Taizoom.
- Installed by Pillar.
- Installed by Access Automation.
- Installed by Otis.
- Installed by ThyssenKrupp.
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