OAG Ltd specified TORMAX UK to install their iMotion 1401 underfloor operator to a swing door on a Grade II listed building within the Woolwich Works development in Greenwich. Featuring arched brickwork, a row of three swing doors give entry into one of the creative community spaces, with one door providing clear and easy access for everyone.
The iMotion 1401 is ideal for period properties where an externally situated operator would detract from the aesthetics of the building. Concealed in a steel box in the floorspace below the door, the Swiss-engineered motor has been precision-designed for a long-life span and exceptional reliability, featuring none of the working parts that generally need replacing.
“We have been delighted to be involved on this inspirational project which has so creatively renovated the period properties,” comments Simon Roberts, MD for TORMAX. “Utilising an invisible method of automating the swing door, such as with an iMotion 1401 operator, is the best solution to ensure the facilities are accessible to all members of the community, without negatively impacting the façade of the heritage building.”