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Hafele's New Autotec Swing Door Series


Automation in every field is the need of the hour. It helps save time and effort by making every day mechanical processes instinctively programmed. Hafele’s New Autotec Swing Door Series from the Autotec Range presents a collection of self-functioning entrances and exits rendering the routine task of operating doors redundant. They make breezing in and out of places extremely convenient, whether with hands full or not!

Hafele’s New Autotec Swing Door Series

The Autotec Automatic Swing Door Systems, which alternate the automatic sliding systems from the same range, offer relatively simple yet highly sustainable means to enhance the performance and accessibility of entrance – exit points especially of places where maximum opening area is desired.

Equipped with a minimalist, clean design, these systems can be installed on wooden, frameless glass or aluminium framed doors and are an ideal solution for both residential and commercial spaces, hotels, airports, metro/railway stations, government establishments and other places that face heavy human traffic. The two models falling under the Autotec Swing Door Series, S200 and M200 can be configured to handle heavy doors up to a maximum width of 1600 mm and weight of 250 kg; you can also seamlessly adjust the opening and closing speeds of the swing doors.

Hafele’s New Autotec Swing Door Series

Hafele’s Autotec Swing Door Operators can be used in new constructions as well as retrofitted onto existing manual doors. They can be easily configured and adapted to any wall/door type thanks to the choices available in selecting the arm – push arm, slide track pull arm and elbow slide track pull arm. These operators are tested for one million cycles ensuring stability and long-term durability.

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