Province-Wide Automatic Door Specialists
An automatic door, is a door that opens automatically, usually on sensing the approach of a person.
Or alternatively, by activation of a push or wave sensing device.
Automatic openings required for code compliance:
- Principal entrances
- Barrier-free paths of travel
Provide efficient and convenient access to disabled persons, while ensuring freedom of movement.
An automatic door enables everyone to enter without barriers.
Automatic doors come in many types.
No matter the application, there’s a way to automate it!
When automating a door consider safety provisions that won’t compromise security…
- Approach Sensors
- Swing Sensors
- Obstruction Control
- Stack Pressure Compensation
- Latch Monitoring
Always use a certified installer for commissioning an automatic opening!
The professionals make it easy with:
- The Proper Operator for the Application
- Electrical Drawings
- Mounting Support Details
- Preventative Maintenance Packages
- Product Manuals
Light vs Heavy Duty
There is a wide range of light to heavy weight door operators, pick the right unit for the right application!
- Light Duty: Max 250lbs Door
- Heavy Duty: Max 700lbs Door
We provide you with everything!
- Application Specific Electrical Details
- Wire to Supply your Electrician
Adequate mounting is required for a safe opening
Operators mount to different materials:
Maintain your investment for long term returns
Preventative maintenance includes:
- Compliance Review
- Safety Inspection
There are many brands of operators, with our years of experience we have found BESAM to be the most reliable…
Light & Heavy Duty Models:
- SW100 (Light Duty)
- SW200i (Heavy Duty)
Built-in features as shown below…
SW100 & SW200i - Built-In Features & Benefits
Out of the box features not found in any other low energy operator!
Obstruction Sensing for Optimal Safety
If the door becomes obstructed during operation, the operator will stop the door and reverse the movement.
Learn Cycle for Opening Specifics
Installers perform an initial inertia test to measuring the weight of your door and the open and closed positions.
Strategic Closing for Security
If an attempt to close the door is unsuccessful, the operator will reverse 10 degrees and reclose in an attempt to successfully lock the door.
Stack Pressure Compensation
The electronic control allows for an increase of force to overcome mild stack pressures when the door is closing.
Latch & Lock Assurance
Applies more power in last 5 degrees of closing to make sure the door latches.
Power Assisted Opening
Lowers the open force down to 5 pounds of force when the door is used manually.
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