This is a list of different elevator fixtures that have been made by Hammond & Champness.


These fixtures consist of black buttons, and have a very old style to them.

1940s to 1960s

These fixtures consist of black buttons, but they have been redesigned. These fixtures have a more basic style to them. In the 1950's, indicators were added as an option. In the 1960's, the hall station buttons have been made bigger.

1970s to 1980s

In the 1970's, the fixtures had a major overhaul following H+C's takeover by Dover. The buttons look similar, but not identical to Epco FL Flushline fixtures. For the floor indicators, they are sometimes identical to Dover Traditional floor indicators.

Dover Traditional buttons

See also: Dover Elevator Fixtures Guide (Traditional section)

Some Hammond & Champness elevators from the 1970's have Dover Traditional buttons. It is unknown if this was an option for the hall stations.

1980s to 1990s

Round buttons

The buttons are usually metal round buttons. There is also black plastic round buttons, and round metal buttons with two lights on the side. Hammond & Champness Warden model elevators have plastic floor buttons, while the Windsor and Balmoral model elevators have metallic round buttons. The lanterns are square plastic with arrows on them and were installed on both sides of the inner door jambs. Indicators if present are either round buttons with two lights on the side used as indicators lights, or digital.

Black round buttons

These buttons are black round with a white lettering and red illuminating lamps on the side of the buttons. The alarm button is yellow.

Dover Impulse fixtures

See also: Dover Elevator Fixtures Guide (Impulse section)

In the 1980s and possibly the 1990s, Dover Impulse buttons were an option. It is unknown if this was an option for lanterns. The indicator might always be a real dot-matrix indicator, and appears to be different than a US Dover Impulse indicator.

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