Security Revolving Door

Revolving doors are a system commonly used in commercial and public buildings to manage the flow of people, improve energy efficiency and increase safety. There are different types of revolving turnstile doors, each with specific characteristics and applications. Here is an overview of the main types:

  • Manual Revolving Doors:
    • Traditional: They have three or four panels mounted on a central axis and are pushed manually by people entering. These doors are simple and do not require electrical power.
    • With Manual Assistance: These doors have a mechanism that makes manual rotation easier, reducing the effort required by the user.
  • Automatic Revolving Doors:
    • A Motion Sensors: These doors start automatically when the sensors detect a person approaching. They are electrically powered and offer an effortless entry experience.
    • Access Control: They integrate access control systems such as badges, fingerprints or facial recognition to allow entry only to authorized people.
  • Security Revolving Doors:
    • Anti-panic: These doors are designed to collapse completely in the event of an emergency, allowing for quick and safe evacuation.
    • Burglary-proof: Made with reinforced materials and advanced locking mechanisms to prevent unauthorized or forced entry.
  • Special Design Revolving Doors:
    • Low Speed: Designed for environments with high traffic of elderly or disabled people, these doors rotate at a slower speed to increase safety and accessibility.
    • Customized: They can be custom designed to adapt to specific aesthetic or functional needs of a building, including variants with colored glass, particular shapes or special materials.
  • Energy Efficient Revolving Doors:
    • Thermally Insulated: Designed to minimize heat loss or cold air entry, these doors are ideal for buildings aiming to improve energy efficiency.

Each type of revolving door has specific applications and benefits, based on the needs of the building, frequency of use and priorities in terms of safety and energy efficiency.