Automatic Swing Door

Automatic Swing Door System

AUTOMATIC SWING door can be used as the basis for a wide variety of swing door applications thanks to its advanced programmable micro processor and compact design. In addition, it is almost silent in operation which makes it additionally suitable in quieter environments. The versatility of this automatic door operator means it can also be used as a control system to provide fire and smoke protection and it is a system which can be extended with a master-slave function which facilitates two overlapping door leaves. Also available with ‘in-ground’ drive and ‘in-head’ drive operators where a particularly streamlined look is required.

Features of Automatic Swing Door:

  • Automatic swing doors are designed to open and close automatically, providing a hands-free and convenient way for people to enter and exit buildings.
  • These doors improve accessibility for individuals with disabilities or those who have difficulty using manual doors.
  • Automatic swing doors can contribute to the architectural aesthetics of a building, offering a modern and sleek appearance.
  • The operation of automatic swing doors is intuitive, making them user-friendly for all types of visitors.
  • These doors are equipped with safety features to prevent accidents. Sensors detect obstacles, ensuring that the door stops or reverses if an obstruction is detected.
  • Automatic swing doors can be integrated with access control systems, such as keycards, RFID, or biometric systems, enhancing security and control over who enters the building.

Specifications of Automatic swing door:

  • Automatic swing doors are typically single or double doors that swing open and closed on hinges.
  • Automatic swing doors are powered and can open in both directions, allowing users to enter and exit the building easily.
  • Automatic swing doors use electric motors or operators to control the door's movement.
  • Specify the maximum closing force and speed of the door, which should meet safety and accessibility standards.
  • Automatic swing doors typically require a dedicated power supply, often low voltage (e.g., 24V), and may have a backup power source in case of power outages.
  • Many automatic swing doors can also be manually operated, allowing them to be pushed or pulled open in the event of a power failure or for regular manual use.
  • Specify whether the door is suitable for outdoor or interior use, and consider weather seals or gaskets for outdoor installations.
  • Automatic swing doors can integrate with access control systems for added security, including keycard readers and biometric scanners.
  • Determine if the door needs to integrate with other building systems, such as security systems, intercoms, or building automation systems.

The Automatic Swing Door framing systems are powder coated to the highest standard, with a range of over 200 polyester powder paint colours available in a gloss, matt or satin finish, to match your individual taste or to suit corporate or brand requirements.