Swing Doors

Fully Automatic Doors

Automatic swing doors are used in a variety of situations. They can be triggered by any method which sends an activation signal to the operator/s.

The revised regulations, EN16005, have increased the levels of safety required for automatic doors. Previously doors which required the user to activate the door, usually by pressing a push pad required less safety features to be compliant. Under the new guidelines any door which may be used by infirm, elderly or disabled users must be fitted with full safety features. Automatic doors activated by push pads can still be used as manual doors by the able bodied as the resistance posed by the operator is no more than a standard manual door closer.

All automatic doors provide a solution for compliance with the Equality Act 2010, click here for more information.

Standard features for all automatic swing door installations are:

  • Full on-door safety to prevent accidental striking of pedestrians
  • Variable opening and closing speeds
  • Hold open facility
  • Guaranteed closing of the door, even during power failure – ideal for fire doors
  • Variable length of hold open time during cycle
  • Safety barriers where required

Optional features:

  • Interface with existing access control equipment – fobs/keypads/call points/intercoms
  • Fail open on fire signal – battery backup connected to fire board
  • Remote release

Our extensive range of operators ensure that our client’s needs are fully met. We can configure the operators to open on fire alarm or alternatively, always close fully to maintain the integrity of fire doors.
All installations are fully compliant with the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 We can design a secure system to suit your requirements or interface the new automation with your existing access control system.