Hormann launches door suited for temperature changes
The springless door can insulate refrigerated or cold store areas, even if the temperature is down to –28 °C
Construction supplier Hormann Middle East & Africa has launched an Iso Speed Cold 100 door, suited for areas with high-temperature differences, and equipped with heated panels and special seals between the building structure and the ground.
The springless door has been structured to insulate refrigerated or cold store areas, even if the temperature is down to –28 °C.
The door leaf is foam-filled with CFC free polyurethane (PU), making it possible to attain the highest thermal values in conjunction with an all-round sealing frame.
The standard Iso Speed Cold 100 is equipped with the ‘Hormann Smartcontrol’, which monitors and analyses the functions of the door and collects all information related to it, which is then used for troubleshooting, minimising costs of on-site service visits.
The door, which is resistant to water penetration and wind load, features an air curtain, which ensures flow of air from the warm side of the opening, to enable reduction in humidity.
In addition, a floor heating system has also been installed to prevent the door leaf from freezing.
The door also features a 3D laser scanner to monitor motion that ensures that the door automatically opens and closes upon detection of a moving object.
Speaking about the product, managing director, Hormann Middle East & Africa, Darius Khanloo, said: “The Iso Speed Cold 100 door is characterised by its high thermal insulation and fast opening speed.
He added: "The door with its 100-mm-thick sections with thermal break offers excellent insulation of up to 0.57 W/ (m²·K), making it perfect for all cold storage areas.”