The Sitec extensive range of Door Automation incorporate an elegant design which combined with a cost effective, superior and reliable operation make them an ideal choice for providing effective automatic control in areas where previously security had been desirable but the associated aesthetic implications had been unwelcome and prohibitive. Our range is ideal for retail sites, industrial premises, offices, transport application, airports or leisure centres.
Sitec Ltd have the designs available that can offer a flexible approach to perfectly balance the issues of security, aesthetics and ease of use.
Sitec Ltd can supply an excellent range of automated door entrance controls, both fully automatic and power assisted.
With the new DDA (Disability Discrimination Act)* automated entrance control has become increasingly popular. We have seen an unprecedented increase in demand for automated entrance control in a wide range of situations including shops, hospitals, schools, nursing and residential homes.
The type of automation available is varied from sliding to bi-folding and swing type doors. Having an automated entrance does not always mean a new door either, with the new powered door, and power assisted generation of door closers it is often possible and very cost effective to have the operator installed onto the existing entrance.
We are also able to integrate any of our automated products with all Access Control, Intercom and Door Entry Systems.
Our Automatic door range today includes:
- Swing doors
- Bi-part doors
- Auto door
- Fold doors
- Revolving doors
- Manual doors
- Shutter Fire Doors
- Door Operators Maintenance
We are also pleased to offer an excellent range of maintenance contract options which include regular maintenance and repair to your doors can provide you with the following benefits:
- Ensuring long and fault free operating lives of your doors
- Brings your doors in line with the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992
- Minimises the risk of danger
- Regular maintenance available at suitable intervals to ensure your doors receive the correct attention
- Ensures that a written record is kept to ensure that the maintenance system is properly implemented
- On completion of the Service, a Certificate of conformity and/or Status Report will be submitted
* The Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) came into force on 2nd December 1996. The DDA makes it unlawful to discriminate against disabled people in:
- Recruitment and employment
- Access to goods, facilities and services
- The management, buying and renting of land or property
The DDA introduced new measures aimed at ending the discrimination which many disabled people face in these areas. If you provide a service to the public, the public needs to access your premises, or if you have 15 or more staff you have duties under the DDA. Please ask us for more information.