Automatic Telescopic Door
Automatic Telescopic Door System
Telescopic sliding doors are linear models with more than one door leaf per side. The inner door is connected to the outer via deflection rollers, and slides at twice the speed. This enables rapid opening in very wide passages. Telescopic door is especially suitable where passageways are narrow but the widest possible passage is required to accommodate pedestrian traffic.
It's designed to provide convenient and efficient access while maximizing the available entry space. Telescopic doors consist of multiple panels that slide smoothly and compactly behind each other when opening, and extend to cover a larger area when closed.
Features of Automatic Telescopic Door:
- Telescopic doors are designed to save space compared to traditional sliding doors. The overlapping panels allow for a wider opening without requiring as much lateral clearance.
- Telescopic doors can provide a significantly wider clear opening compared to single or bi-parting sliding doors, making them suitable for areas with high traffic flow and the need for wheelchair accessibility.
- These doors often have a modern and sleek appearance that can enhance the aesthetic appeal of the entrance, creating a professional and welcoming atmosphere.
- Many automatic telescopic doors are equipped with motion sensors or presence detection systems.
- Telescopic doors can be integrated with security systems, access control, and surveillance technology to regulate entry and enhance overall building security.
- Automatic telescopic doors are used in a variety of settings, including airports, shopping malls, hotels, hospitals, office buildings, and other high-traffic areas.
Specifications of Automatic telescopic door:
- Automatic telescopic doors are typically designed as multi-panel sliding doors that slide open and closed, stacking multiple door panels neatly to the side.
- These doors are powered and can open by retracting the door panels in a telescopic manner to provide a wider opening than traditional sliding doors.
- Automatic telescopic doors use electric motors or operators to control the movement of the door panels.
- Specify the number of door panels, which can vary depending on the desired opening width and design.
- Specify the maximum closing force and speed of the door, which should meet safety and accessibility standards.
- Automatic telescopic 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.
- Specify the material of the door panels (e.g., aluminum, glass, or wood) and their finish (e.g., anodized, painted, or stainless steel) based on design and durability requirements.
The Automatic Telescopic 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.