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Automatic door - Bi-parting sliding A20-1 with fixed panel
Manusa

Automatic door - Bi-parting sliding A20-1 with fixed panel

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The standard Bi-parting sliding door is the most popular automatic and functional door. Recommended for public entrances and exits high traffic flow of people, or where the safety of the users is linked to the flow of traffic.
Specification
  • BI-PARTING SLIDING DOOR WITH SLIDING AND FIXED LEAVES A20-1 MODEL MANUSA automatic sliding door, bi-parting, 2 sliding leaves and 2 fixed leaves, for a space: …… mm high, …… mm width, with a …… mm clear width. The complete doorset is in compliment with the European Standard EN16005 about safety in use in power-operated pedestrian doors. It is composed of the following items: VISIO 125 operator, certified according to EN60335, composed of: motor group with two three-phase AC motors powered with a single-phase 230V/50Hz network (115V/60Hz on request); position and speed magnetic encoder; control board with performance level “d” according to EN13849 with monitored functioning and motor management system with inverter technology with voltage and frequency independent adjustment (VVVF); Direct Drive transmission (without reduction gear); backup batteries to allow opening and closing of the door in case of power failure (user-configurable). All housed in an extruded aluminium header frame 125 mm high and 180 mm deep in a powder coated / anodized finishing (chart available). Manufactured according to the Standard 9001:1000 of quality management systems. MANUSA leaves with A20-1 aluminium profiles, consisting of: one top rail 75 mm high and 20 mm thick with a glass fixed with structural silicone, in powder coated / anodized finishing (chart available). Tempered / laminated glass 10 or 12 mm thick. MANUSA program selector, which allows users to choose between the following modes: automatic, open, closed, exit only and partial opening. This selector is equipped with a digital display that alerts the user of any malfunction, and features as a standard a locking PIN code to protect access to the change-mode function, according to EN16005 for doorsets in escape routes and emergency exits. MANUSA monitored sensors, with performance level “c” (level “d” if the door is located in escape routes or emergency exits) according to EN13849, in compliance with the Standard EN16005.
Technical specification
  • Unique ref.bps_a20_1_wf
  • Product familyAUTOMATIC DOORS
  • Product groupSliding doors
  • TypeObject (single object)
  • Date of publishing2018-06-21
  • Edition number1
  • Height (mm)3000
  • Width (mm)2852
  • Depth (mm)180
Related
  • Material mainAluminum
  • Material secondaryGlass
  • Designed inSpain
  • Manufactured inSpain
Classification
  • BIMobject CategoryDoors - Sliding Doors
  • IFC classificationDoor

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