What are Automatic Doors?

Automatic doors are doors that will open and or close upon a sneer or button being pushed. There are many different types of automatic door available which we will explain below. Automatic doors whilst being a convenience product can also help to increase security of a building especially when integrated with an access control system. Most automatic doors will be installed as a stand alone system with push pads available to trigger the operator or motion detectors. Fuse Systems can provide a consultation, design your system, install and maintain your system in accordance to with EN16005. In addition to this we can also maintain and service all access control systems no matter the manufacturer. If interested in arranging a consultation please feel free to contact us.

 

What Types of Automatic Doors are Available ?

  • Automatic Sliding Doors
  • Automatic Swing Doors
  • Automatic Folding Door
  • Revolving Doors

 

Why Choose Fuse?

At fuse we offer nothing but quality. Being an Approved Automatic Doors Installer we offer the best in technology from the best manufacturers in the industry and all equipment is tried and tested and reliable not to mention compliant with both European & British standards. We pride ourselves on our installation expertise as no matter if its a residential house alarm or a commercial security system we install the system whilst considering every aesthetic and engineering viewpoint. Fuse is authorised and approved by the following manufacturers:



CAME automatic door installers northern ireland

DORMA automatic door installer northern ireland

geze automatic doors installers northern ireland

 

 

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