ASSA ABLOY offers a number of door control systems for electrically operated doors. Access requirements determine which control system you should use.
Pull ropes, radar, magnetic loops or remote controls are used for general building access, while key readers or coded remotes are recommended for buildings or building sections with restricted access requirements. For applications like car wash halls, special packages apply for interaction between doors and carwash machinery.
All door control systems are developed and manufactured by ASSA ABLOY.
To avoid opening an entire large industrial door just to let people through, ASSA ABLOY pass doors can be retrofitted.
Preferably, pedestrian and vehicle traffic should be separated but building space sometimes does not permit the installation of a separate pass door. In such cases, a pass door can be installed right in the industrial door, and energy losses as well as draughts can be reduced.
A door operator ensures the smooth opening and closing of your door. Damage caused by rough manual handling is eliminated, and energy savings can be achieved if you complement the operator with an automatic closing function.
ASSA ABLOY has a number of operator models to answer individual site demands. For infrequently used doors, a chain hoist serves well for controlled opening and closing.
New door blades
Old doors on industrial buildings often show signs of fatigue. Dents and scratches are common and, after some 20 years, colours can sometimes become faded. All this together gives a gloomy impression. But such old or damaged doors do not always need to be replaced. By simply changing the door sections – which include rollers, cables, hinges and sectional rubber seals – the overall impression can be made fresh and new. In addition, the door will contribute to improved energy savings.
Our field service technicians can refresh more than just ASSA ABLOY doors. Our door section program covers a lot of doors manufactured by other suppliers as well.