The NGD Toilet Doors for people with disability from ADIS Automatic Doors complies with disability discrimination laws and building code requirements to support people with disabilities to gain access to all necessary parts of buildings.

When a pad switch is pushed, the disabled access toilet doors open and close after a predetermined hold-open time is reached.

By operating the changeover switch inside the toilet cabin, the user activates the illuminated sign 'Occupied' outside the compartment as well as the control lamp at the changeover switch. To leave lavatory, the user again operates the changeover switch and the sign 'vacant' outside the compartment will appear illuminated.

By operating the interior pad switch 'push open', the disabled access toilet doors will immediately open. If there is a power failure, the user can open the toilet door manually. And, in an emergency, the toilet doors can also be manually opened from outside using a key.