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    NGF Heavy Duty Automatic Sliding Door operators for Frameless Glass Doors

    ADIS Automatic Doors

    ADIS Automatic Doors  provides a range of Frameless glass sliding door operators that ensures high level of security.

    The significant features of these Frameless glass sliding door operators are:

    • Slim line modern design
    • Australian made
    • Designed for new standards
    • Compact modular motor design
    • High security electric locking
    • No exposed wiring
    • Energy efficient

    Tracking system is dual linear, which is designed for high security and long life service. The carriage assemblies are fitted with ideal track wheels that eliminate the possibility of the doors disengagement from the track.

    ADIS Automatic Doors utilises the latest in digital microprocessor technology, giving the control unit multiple programmable modes including: - provision to interface with building security system, monitoring the doors position status, built-in UPS.

    The microprocessor operating parameters can be adjusted to accommodate various climatic conditions and specific site requirements in relation to speed, braking etc. Safety is a priority.

    The ADIS microprocessor will automatically reverse operation in both opening and closing should the doors be obstructed. Photo electric safety light cells mounted to focus across the doorway with halt operation immediately upon beam interruption.

    Optional remote monitoring and control system (MACS) to check door status or make operational adjustments is also available.

    The ADIS pelmet design features an ideal interlocking hinge to provide secure closure and maximum cover even when mounted hard up against the ceiling.

    The new generation series operators utilises a purpose built motor which includes an electric locking system to ensure that the doors can be securely fixed in any position. This method of locking ensures the highest level of security.

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