Automatic doors open after the door controller receives an activation signal from the sensor. It then activates the gear motor that drives the pulley and belt. If no one is found within the activation area, the door will close within a predetermined time.
Here are the different types of automatic doors:
Automatic Sliding Doors
It is one of the more frequently used automatic doors. Automatic sliding doors can also be equipped with an alarm system and remote controls.
Automatic Swing Doors
This type of automatic door isn’t designed for locations in which a lot of people enter and exit as their movement takes up quite a bit of space. They are also available as double doors.
Automatic Hygienic Doors
Automatic hygienic doors have intelligent automation that is an ideal solution for patients and staff getting around hospitals in a convenient, efficient, and secure manner. Automated hygienic doors have become more popular in hospitals because of the many advantages they bring:
• Hygiene control: They eliminate the need to touch the door’s surface, reducing the risk of contamination.
• Saves energy: Because they only open when activated, these doors cannot be left open,
which would typically result in room heating or air conditioning wastage.
• Easy to operate and maintain: Easy to use and require little maintenance after installation.
Automatic Revolving Doors
Automatic revolving doors rotate when you push them. People can enter and exit a building at the same time, meaning doors aren’t held open and people aren’t waiting for others to move through the doorway.