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Automatic Curved Door

The range of Curved Sliding Doors, Circular systems, consists of fixed and mobile panel systems that, due to their configuration. It is an intermediate solution between straight automatic sliding doors and revolving doors when the front of the building is curved or you want to shape the entrance of the installation in a careful and elegant way.

Circle slide:

  1. Wide Throat Opening for Small Area
  2. Curved Automatic Sliding Doors with Appearance of a Revolving Door
  3. High Capacity Throughput
  4. Easy and Safe Disabled Access.

Description

Technical specifications of 2 wing automatic revolving doors:

Power supply

220V/50HZ

Rated power

700W

Rated current

10A

Sliding door drive unit

100W

Revolving door drive unit

250W X 2=500W

Standard speed adjustment range(revolving door)

3-4 r/min

Low speed adjustment range(revolving door)

1-2 r/min

Mechanical life

100000hr

Dimensions of 2 wing automatic revolving doors:

Internal Diameter

3600

4200

4800

External Diameter

3688

4288

4888

Passage Height

2200

2200

2200

Canopy Height

340

340

340

Overall Height

2540

2540

2540

Opening Width

1800

2100

2400

Sliding Door Opening Width

1100

1400

1700

Balanced Door Width

1800

2100

2400

3/4 wing automatic revolving doors:

    • Driving system: German motor and deceleration system.
    • PLC and converter adopt Japanese parts, low energy consumption, stable operation, and reliable in quality.
    • German electronic smart lock control system, high security and easy to use.
    • Rubber anti-collision sensor.
    • 6. 8 mm laminated arc glass: When the laminated glass is broken into pieces, the chips will adhere to the mid-lamina to avoid risk of injury. Therefore cracked toughened glass with angles of over 90 degrees is not harmful to the human body.6mm toughed glass: We select safety construction glass and passed 3C compulsory quality certification.
    • Key switch, emergency button, the disable push pad switch.


Technical specifications of VZ-R-3/4 wing automatic revolving doors:
Power supply: 220~230V/50~60HZ
Rated current: 10A
Rated power: 400W
Revolving door drive unit: 250W X 2=500W
Spot lights: 50W
UPS power consumption: 1000VA
Standard speed adjustment range (revolving door):3-4 r/min
Low speed adjustment range (revolving door):1-2 r/min
Expected lifespan: 100000hr

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1. Use Your Phone Or Computer As A Remote Control

Use your phone or computer as a remote control. You can do this by installing an app on your device which will allow you to control your lights, blinds, thermostat, and other devices in your house. This way, you will never have to get up again to adjust the heat or air conditioning of your home. You can control all these things from anywhere at any time.

2. Create Schedules For All Your Devices

Create schedules for all your devices which will turn them on or off at specific times. For example, if you want your living room lights to be on between 9 p.m. and 11 p.m., then create a schedule that will do this.

3. Use Voice Commands Instead Of A Keyboard And Mouse

Your phone or computer can now talk to all the devices in your home. If you use your voice, then you won’t have to touch your keyboard or mouse at all. This will increase your productivity and decrease the chances of you making mistakes.

Conclusion:

Those are 3 easy ways to get the most out of your home automation system. Hopefully, you find these tips helpful.

FAQ

An automatic curved door can be bought at any home improvement store. Make sure it has a remote control so that you can open and close it from the inside or outside.

The cost of having an automatic door installed will vary depending on several factors, such as your budget, location, and the type of door you’re installing. Some people install manual doors, while others go for automatic doors. There are also multiple options when it comes to the design of the doors. Generally, an automatic door will be more expensive than a manual one.

An automatic door is a great convenience, and it can save you a lot of energy too. If you have a high-traffic area in your building or just a general busy place, then an automatic door can be a big time saver. However, this investment comes with some caveats. For one, you need to be sure that your building was designed with automatic doors in mind, and not the other way around. If your building wasn’t originally designed with automatic doors, then retrofitting it might be difficult, expensive, and even cause property damage.

Yes, a manual door can be made automatic. But you need to get a device like the EZ-Door or the Latch-It to do it. These devices are useful in situations where you want to make sure the door remains open for a certain duration (like letting air circulate), or else closes automatically after a certain duration. You can also use these devices as deadbolts to allow you to lock and unlock your door from the outside without having to remove your key from your keychain.

Yes, an automatic door can be mounted to a wall or a floor. A wall mount is the most convenient option, as it provides the best stability, and can also serve as a secondary lock. You can also consider mounting the door onto the ceiling, but this might not provide the best results. You should also consider installing the door with a remote control, so that it can be controlled from a distance.

Curved tops on doors tend to be more difficult to install. If the installer has to cut into the surface of your door to get it in place, he will likely charge you more for this service. So, if you can afford it, you might as well go ahead and get a door with a straight top. It will save you money in the long run.

Automatic doors have several advantages over manually operated ones. First, they are much safer. With a manually operated door, you are responsible for closing it behind you after use, which requires you to pay careful attention to where you place your hands while opening and closing the door. With an automatic one, this responsibility is transferred to the door itself, and hence, it will close and lock itself if someone or something is left inside the door frame.

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