Most doors are swing doors – just think of your home, the doors to your bedroom, bathroom and kitchen are all, most probably, swing doors. Any entrance with two hinges that opens either inwards or outwards is a swing door.
Tailored to suit
Swing doors are always framed, but can be made from a variety of different materials, from wood to aluminum to plastic to glass, so you can tailor your door to suit your space. Most swing doors are manual, but when you choose an automated swing door you get a whole range of additional benefits.
Configure to your needs
Automated swing doors are suitable for both indoor and outdoor doors. They can be designed with or without a threshold and can meet a number of requirements. They make excellent emergency doors – with break-out features and smoke and fire control features and they can have anti-burglary protection for added security. If you have particular needs a range of features can be added, such as sound-insulation.
When you choose an automated swing door over a manual swing door, you enhance a building’s accessibility, increase hygiene standards and ensure barrier-free passage. And with regulated closing sequences and locking security you can be sure that they also add to the safety and security of your building.
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