Working with BSL Interiors of Glasgow, TORMAX has installed an automatic entrance to the Robertson Trust Library and Learning Resource Centre at University of the West of Scotland’s Paisley Campus.
Creating an impressive frontage to this important building, a Classic 5251 TORMAX 3-wing revolving door is powered by a precision engineered motor designed at the TORMAX HQ in Switzerland, ensuring reliability and longevity of the system.
The TORMAX Classic 5251 revolving door is constructed for durability with 56mm of aluminium edging the profiles. Driven by a technologically advanced high-torque operator, ongoing performance and minimum maintenance is assured, even under heavy daily wear and tear. Whisper-quiet operation combines with user-friendly programmes to allow settings to be adapted to minimise energy consumption.
Jim Timlin, Project Support Officer at the University, said:"The new revolving entrance to the Library is energy efficient and crucially is large enough to keep the flow of foot traffic moving.”
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