Sliding doors come in various forms, bi parting, curved, telescopic and prismatic.
To conform to B.S 7036(96)and EN: 16005 they should be fitted with an emergency opening device that is monitored every four hours.
The emergency unit opens the door if there is a mains power failure. There should also be sensors fitted to cover 150mm either side of the threshold to eliminate trapping .
All of Elite Entrance Systems Ltds’ installations comply to these standards
The EMSL and the EMSL-T are the 2 units we offer, this unit is extremely durable and heavy weight which allows a bigger door. These units can be fitted by our engineers in as little as 8 hours. The keyswitch is a normal key turn with 6 different functions including Exit only and Winter Mode.
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The Benefits of Sliding Doors
Effective and easy to use. Sliding doors are highly effective at regulating the flow of large numbers of users and can be operated easily with no contact from the user. Users of these doors can also have their hands full, be carrying bags, pushing trolleys etc and still use the doors safely.
Letting in light and safe operation. Glass sliding doors let lots of light in to a building. Users can clearly see each other either side of the doors and there is no push / pull confusion. Sensors prevent trapping and maintain constant correct operation. Doors can be opened fully in emergencies, and are fitted with a device to make sure they open even if mains power fails.
Make the most of the door space available. In many buildings the door space is limited, and telescopic sliding doors for example mean that you can still have an effective sliding door system in a small space.
Regulate air flow and temperature in the building. Their automatic opening and closing and fast operation help to maintain regular temperatures and air flow in the building.
Visually appealing. Sliding doors enance the look of a building. This is particularly evident with designs such as curved automatic sliding doors.
Fitting the existing architecture. Where there are more irregular or more individual building designs, prismatic doors for example can ensure an effective solution and a good fit with the doorway area and space available.
If you would like to speak to us more about sliding door options please call us on 01621840970 or click here to contact us.