Automatic swing doors


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Description

Automatic swing doors allow a better use of space by facilitating the flow of people in public areas, meaning they are an ideal solution for shopping centres or even private homes. They are designed to provide functionality, security and offer an impeccable design, with customised finishes and colours according to the spaces and preferences of each client. These doors are easily integrated with the environment in which they are installed. Automatic swing doors are more adaptable than most doors on the market, with several installation options. At Manusa, we are able to install automatic doors with maximum security or automate existing doors with left or right opening – push or slide. The leaves of the Manusa swing doors are operated by a single operator and are customisable with a wide variety of accessories."

Features

Operator Minimalist design operator set in rounded case
Finish Stainless steel, high pressure laminate (HPL) or mixed
Opening Left, right or bi-parting opening
Automation Automation
Windproof mode Special windproof mode
Push & Go function Automatic response to manual opening
Speed Possible integration to any validation or identification system.

Finishes

The automatic swing doors are fully customizable in size, finish and colour.

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Frequently asked questions about automatic swing doors

What is an automatic swing door?

Unlike sliding doors that feature a bi-parting or single-slide opening, automatic swing doors open by rotating either inwards or outwards about a vertical axis. We can also convert manual swing doors into automatic doors.

Although one might think it is difficult, converting a manual swing door into an automatic version is quite straightforward. It just requires a swing operator, either with a pull arm or push arm. Pull arms are fixed to the wall on the same side as the hinges, while push arms are attached on the opposite side to the hinges. The doors can be opened by means of a switch, sensor, access control system, etc.

In certain situations, depending on the door’s opening speed, sensors should be installed to avoid crushing anyone who might be positioned between the door and the wall on the side it opens.