TORAX has provided a new glass automatic entrance for the G.O. Jones (Physics) Building at Queen Mary University, London. Smoothly allowing access for students and staff, a new all-glass revolving automatic entrance from TORMAX creates a contemporary focus to the upgraded façade.
To one side, an automatic swing-door allows easy access for less able users. Due to restricted space the door is powered using the unique TORMAX iMotion 1401 operator which is concealed in a unit under the floor. TORMAX was contracted by Hutton Construction, to design and install a four-wing automatic revolving door system to the main entrance, as well as a swing pass-door to one side.
Tested in prestigious buildings worldwide, the door is powered by a high torque TORMAX Universal 5201 door operator. Capable of delivering unparalleled reliability, a self-monitoring function allows optimum performance to be maintained at all times, automatic adjusting movement in response to factors such as wind resistance or a build-up of dirt for example. The door leaves themselves are fitted with advanced sensor controls to ensure precision movement in response to pedestrian footfall, as well as user safety.
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