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Hormann launches door system for hospitals and offices

Hormann's new automatic hinged doors with operator HDO 200 are suitable for quiet operations and applications, including hospitals and offices

Hormann's automatic door features speed control and an integrated programme switch.
Hormann's automatic door features speed control and an integrated programme switch.

Hormann has announced the launch of a new door system suited to quiet operations.

In a statement, the company said that it has introduced automatic hinged doors with operator HDO 200, which can be used in hospitals and offices.

According to the company, the automatic door features speed control, ensuring a uniform opening and closing speed, as well as an integrated programme switch that enables the user to customise system settings.

Commenting on the product, Darius Khanloo, managing director at Hormann Middle East and Africa, said: “One can conveniently operate the automatic door via a button, radar movement detector, or operating elements with BiSecur radio technology. It is quiet and efficient.”

Hormann noted that BiSecur radio technology can be operated via all Hormann hand transmitters, radio control elements, radio internal push buttons, or BiSecur app.

Khanloo added: “The door and operator are available as an all-in-one system. We supply the door and operator, including the required fitting material, from a single source. This simplifies and accelerates door fitting and commissioning.”

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