Blast resistant automatic sliding doors
With a unique design, Manusa blast resistant sliding doors are entirely glazed, automated and with systems designed to guarantee the safety of all types of commercial, residential or private establishments. Their size allows maximum opening space and enables fully customizable measurements, finishes and colours. They are designed specifically to protect and guarantee the safety of people in the event of any explosions, both accidental and intentional. Available as a single-leaf or bi-parting sliding door, both with all the features and advantages of a Manusa automatic door, including a Visio HD operator and aluminium carpentry. The design and technology involved make this door an accessory for maximum security without losing the transparency and simplicity of a regular automatic door. The blast resistant sliding doors are ideal to protect the facades of hotels, banks, transport infrastructures, public buildings, shopping centres or any type of institution or business that consider it necessary. At an operating level, they have very low energy requirements and comply with all relevant safety regulations for doors of their class. They also have automatic sensors to detect any obstruction which immediately stop and reverse the doors.
Can be personalised in measures (according to tests), finish options and colours.
Frequently asked questions about blast resistant automatic sliding doors
Manusa blast resistant automatic doors have been certified to ISO 16933:2007 standards through rigorous testing with explosions of up to 100 kg of dynamite. The tests involve a methodical procedure to determine the strength of the door at a given detonation. Upon completing the destructive testing, the door still worked correctly for its intended purpose.
The main function of the Manusa blast resistant automatic sliding door is to protect the premises and the people inside if there is an explosion. In the event of an explosion, when the sliding leaf (or leaves) is in the closed position it acts as a shield against the blast wave and prevents any projectiles from the explosion impacting on the other side of the door. They are perfectly suited to protecting hotel façades, banks, transport hubs, public buildings, shopping centres or any other institution or business premises where it is considered necessary.