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Doors

Elevator doors have two major types, manual and automatic. The manual doors are normally opened and closed manually using hands, and automatic doors are the standard type of doors found in modern days elevators, usually powered by a door operator.

Swing Doors

We bring forth a wide gamut of swing doors for our valuable clientele. A swing door is a device that operates a swing door for pedestrian use. It opens or helps open the door automatically, waits, then closes it. These doors are easy to install, operate and maintain. The swing doors supplied by us are made of optimum quality steel and are available in single or double panel options. Our clients can avail them from us in multitudinal shapes, sizes and specifications.

Features :
  • Full range of common control and safety accessories
  • Control panel with microprocessor logic, enabling the automation to carry out several technologically advanced operations
  • Encoder technology position control system
  • Power opening and Spring closing or power closing options
  • Accident prevention system, consisting of built-in-the-automation impact-free device
  • Several types of articulated and sliding arms for wing motion, pull and push also in anti-panic version
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    Manual Telescopic Doors

    These doors are normally opened or closed manually using hands, although some of them close automatically. Most older and small European elevators from the 1950s to 1970s are using manual hinged door (similar to normal room doors), while the inside has a manual sliding scissor gate or often there is no door at all. For manual doors, sometimes the door can be spring loaded so the gate can't be left open, or the gate can automatically close when you press the button, and partly/completely close when the elevator gets to a floor. The inside door can also be a tubular gate, which is a gate that in many cases folds around the side of the cab when it is open (often called a barred gate by elevator enthusiasts, though this is likely not the actual term), and manual.

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    Auto Telescopic Doors

    2 speed telescopic doors are common in bed, service and freight elevators, but are also common in passenger elevators, usually for those located in a small building or in an insufficient space where the doors cannot slide all the way through both side wall. In this type of door configuration (potentially allowing wider entryways within limited space), the doors run on independent tracks so that while open, they are tucked behind one another, and while closed, they form cascading layers on one side.

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    Auto Center Opening Doors

    Center opening doors are very common in elevators found in almost every buildings. This type of door consists of two panels that meet in the middle, and slide open laterally. One advantage of this type of door is has high efficiency operation, but the disadvantage is the width of the door cannot be fully utilized.

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    Auto Central Opening Glass Doors

    Center opening doors are very common in elevators found in almost every buildings. This type of door consists of two panels that meet in the middle, and slide open laterally. One advantage of this type of door is has high efficiency operation, but the disadvantage is the width of the door cannot be fully utilized.

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