Twintour (USA) Twin - Revolving Door
Boon Edam

Twintour (USA) Twin - Revolving Door

The Unique Twin Revolving DoorIn buildings where extremely large numbers of visitors pass through with trollies, shopping carts or large luggage every day, the shape of a traditional revolving door can prove to put a limit on the user flow. The movement of the door wings usually forces visitors to walk in a slight circle in order to enter or exit the building. This can hinder the capacity of the entrance and it can sometimes be difficult to maneuver with heavy carts or luggage. The Twintour is a unique revolving door concept that combines the advantages of straight line access with a spacious entry and the energy saving properties of a revolving door.

The Twintour consists of two or more two-wing automatic revolving doors that are linked to ensure the movement of the door wings is synchronized. Each of the revolving doors can be placed separately to create a passageway that will lead the visitor to their destination. In this way the Twintour can also be used to direct visitors in the required direction and even separate one incoming flow of users into two different directions.

Security options are also available for an added layer of protection.

Please take a look at our range of revolving doors, security doors & portals, optical turnstiles, tripod turnstiles, access gates and full height turnstiles to ensure the security of your entry and perimeter.

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Technical specification
  • Unique ref.boon-edam_0006
  • Collection setRevolving Doors
  • CollectionRevolving Doors
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2015-11-30
  • Edition number1
Related
  • Designed inUnited States
  • Manufactured inUnited States
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryDoors - Revolving Doors
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 Code08 42 33
  • CSI MasterFormat 2014 TitleRevolving Door Entrances
  • OmniClass Number23-13 33 23 15 13

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