TORMAX was contracted by Ian Williams Ltd to install a combination of advanced automatic door systems at the Cochrane Library.
A single-leaf swing door also leads into an internal lobby area that is formed using a curved automatic sliding door.
Both doors are powered by Swiss-designed, TORMAX iMotion operators, ensuring quiet opening and closing that Is appropriate for important study areas.
iMotion door drives negate the need for parts that often wear out, such as gears and brushes, reducing maintenance requirements and unscheduled down-time.
Out-of-hours, the curved automatic door can be securely locked, restricting access to the Cochrane Building.
Students can also make use of the library 24/7 as it remains accessible at all time from the entrance lobby.
This TORMAX entrance solution has a spacious opening width that encourages the free flow of foot traffic and welcomes disabled access also.
The curved sliding door is powered by the iMotion 2202 door drive whilst the swing door is fitted with the iMotion 1201 operator.
AC motor technology combines with a state-of-the-art microprocessor control system to ensure permanent monitoring of the movements of both doors, making automatic adjustments as necessary to maximise
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