Automatic Door

Invisible Drive Solutions

When invisible drive solutions are used، the entire automation system for the door is concealed in the floor or ceiling. The door looks like a normal swing door – neither the drive nor the linkage is visible. Invisible drive solutions are perfectly suited for every location where aesthetics have a part to play or where an automated door system provides particular convenience because of high door leaf weights.

 

Optional Areas of Use

  • Fire and smoke doors
  • Smoke extraction
  • Emergency and rescue routes
  • Hermetic doors
  • Sound-proof doors
  • Radiation-proof doors
  • Minergie doors
  • Barrier-free construction

 

Additional Functions

  • Push & Go
  • Door closing function
  • Air-lock and porch function
  • Access control
  • Building automation
  • Two programmable independent movement sequences
  • Unchanged movement sequence – independent of wind and temperature influences

Visible Drive

Visible Drive Solutions

In the case of visible drive solutions the drive box and the linkage can be seen externally. They can be quickly connected to existing conventional doors with little effort، which makes them an ideal solution particularly for retro-fitting to doors in public buildings، for example.

 

Optional Areas of Use

  • Fire and smoke doors
  • Smoke extraction
  • Emergency and rescue routes
  • Hermetic doors
  • Sound-proof doors
  • Radiation-proof doors
  • Minergie doors
  • Barrier-free construction

 

Additional Functions

  • Push & Go: brief pressure from the hand is sufficient to make the door leaf open automatically.
  • Door closing function: simple manual operation is possible during a power failure.
  • Air-lock and porch function: two coordinated doors control access or prevent the exchange of air between the interior and the exterior.
  • Access control: access to the building is monitored by a key، badge، video or biometric data.
  • Building automation: integration into existing building management systems possible.
  • Two independent movement sequences: two movement sequences can be programmed which are independent of each other and which can be activated using different encoders.
  • Wind exposure / environmental influences: the movement sequence remains unchanged and is quite independent of changes to the temperature and wind.