Why Automatic Doors?
From the name, we know that an automatic door is one that opens automatically, usually on sensing the approach of an individual. We use this technology almost all the time in our daily lives, and it is extremely useful.
Automatic doors are convenient because they open quickly and prevent individuals from having to open a door themselves. This also means that automatic doors are sanitary, so they are widely used in locations such as hospitals. Furthermore, automatic doors can offer a touch of modern elegance to a building, which is an aspect that many of our retail clientele enjoy. Finally, automatic doors are extremely helpful for the physically disabled.
As you can see, there are a plethora of uses for automatic doors. However, there are also many types. Which one is right for you?
Commercial sliding glass doors can enhance the style of your location, increase natural lighting, and do not require a lot of space to function. All of this means that sliding glass doors work well in many situations by creating a welcoming and functional entryway. That said, because they are made of glass, they are not the most secure option out there.
You can find exterior automatic swing doors for commercial use, especially in grocery stores, supermarkets, hospitals, and malls. Swinging doors provide flexibility, efficiency, and automated convenience for every entrance. Low-energy and full-energy operator configurations are available to meet any access requirement.
4) ICU Doors
As the name suggests, these doors are the right solution for a large opening in an ICU or CCU room. They are commonly used for easy access points in hospitals and other healthcare facilities. ICU doors are easy to operate and offer the best range of motion currently available on the market.
5) Folding Doors
Folding doors are also called accordion doors and can be two or four-panel. The door travels on rollers suspended from an overhead track, and when space is limited, the automatic commercial folding doors allow maximum door opening. Thus, these doors are typically used in locations where space is limited.