The best option is often to install and install automatic door systems in public service, academic, shops and other premises where there is relatively large, frequent, and constant movement of people in and out of the premises. Many different types of swing doors can be mounted first, or retrofitted to an existing door with new frames and door leaves. Swing doors are a popular choice and various options for different situations are available.
In situations where many disabled users exist, low energy swing portals are particularly appropriate for and are safer. With lower kinetic energy levels, the low energy operator opens the door at a lower speed with low opening and closing pressures. These systems have push buttons that can trigger the sequence of opening. The low-energy ‘power assistance’ allows the user to open the door by minimum strength.
Different swinging door operators can incorporate various technologies, and the main way to tell the difference is how the motor energy is applied. Electric-mechanical operators, for example, use purely mechanical parts and tools to open a door, and this is disengaged or permanently used. The hydraulic pump is pulled by an electric hydraulic operator to drive the door by means of oil pressure.
A full power unit that can open and close at full speed can be fully automatic and the pressure for opening and closing are relatively firm. Radar activation devices and safety devices installed on the door are used to make this system efficient and secure. The most frequent uses of full energy door operators are medium-sized offices and retail facilities. A folding version is appropriate for situations where the door does not have enough room to allow swinging action practically and safely.
Sensors usually use infrared to detect door approaches (on the approach side) and any potential obstructions in the swing area for complete operators and modern sensors. These sensors can be assembled in various ways. For example, sensors on the approach side that are mounted on the header and door can be used to make sure that nobody is operating the door. A security beam can also be used to ensure that no one in the swing area of the door is injured.
In order to make a automatic swing door effective, efficient and safe, the actual operating sequence must be triggered. In addition, the most popular triggers are approach sensors, push buttocks and push and go options, in addition to those where an access control system is required.