GEZE have improved the design of their latest ECdrive as part of an eco-friendly, heat-saving solution.
The latest ECdrive T2 has enhanced all the features of the previous ECdrive and is offered as a complete package with the new thermally separated profile system – the GCprofile Therm.
Slimmer than the original ECdrive. The T2 has a reduced cover height of 100mm compared to 120mm.
Its sleek design is less obtrusive, provides smoother running and can be installed in a wide range of buildings.
It also has capacity for moving increased leaf weights of up to 140 kg, is suitable for high traffic areas for standard, or escape and rescue route doors, in all types of buildings.
Like all GEZE sliding door systems, the ECdrive T2 is capable of networking and can be integrated via the GEZE DCU103 CAN bus interface and the GEZE IO 420 interface module via BACnet™ into networking solutions such as the GEZE Cockpit.
This means that it can be easily integrated into wider building management systems – controlled from a central point or by using remote devices for safety and security purposes.
The GCprofile Therm uses slim aluminium frames which reduce visible sightlines by approx. 30 mm – giving designers greater ability to produce a clean design aesthetic while providing greater efficiency.
The profile system accommodates up to 32 mm glass thickness in either two-pane insulation glass with 2x ESG 6mm, UG value 1.0, or three-pane insulation glass with 3x ESG 4 mm, UG value 0.8.
With increased performance for leaf weight of up to 140 kg, the GCprofile Therm also boasts improved air tightness (compared to other ISO profile systems), better sound insulation and improved wet weather durability aided by its fit and an optional floor guide with drainage.
It can be combined with manual and motorised GEZE hook bolt locks, without losing thermal separation and the appearance of the system remains discreet, even with locking.
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