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Door Automation
Door Automation

Automatic Swing Doors

Elegant, quiet and efficient door automation

Automatic swing doors offer excellent accessibility within a small opening. The Lloyd Worrall range of automatic swing door operators cover internal and external applications and can be provided as part of a new door system or retrofitted to existing doors. The range comes in single or double units with special features such as emergency breakout also available.

In many cases we can seamlessly integrate our swing door operators with our access control and ironmongery products, streamlining the specification process and providing simple, easier to use systems for the end-user.

Installation Services

Lloyd Worrall offer supply and installation of automatic doors utilising our ADSA approved engineers.

All installations are carried out to comply with the recommendations of BS EN 16005 (safety in use of automatic doors for pedestrian use).

For details on the complete range, please download our Access Control and Door Automation brochure  (please note file size is 10mb)

Interspec 75

Interspec 75 Automatic Swing Door Operator

The small but powerful automatic swing door operator, the Interspec 75 is easy to use and very aesthetically pleasing.

The operator has been designed to control opening and closing of swinging doors in indoor environments featuring absolute quietness and fluidity of motion, ensuring maximum safety for the user.

The covering guard is made of anodized aluminium enhancing the look of the operator and the extremely small dimensions (only 60 mm of height for mounting on the door transom) make Interspec 75 suitable for every type of indoor environment.

Features

  • Suitable for automatic swing doors weighing up to 75kg for a length of 1000mm
  • Very compact: 60mm height
  • Brushless motor with encoder
  • Very low power consumption
  • Suitable for use on projects to meet EN 16005 – “Power operated pedestrian doorsets. Safety in use. Requirements and test methods”

Interspec-75-LD

Technical information available upon request – call or email we’ll be happy to help.

Interspec 120 / 250 Automatic Swing Door Operator

Interspec 120

From 120 to 300kg door leaves, single and double automation with continuous cover, the Interspec 120 / 250 range of swing door operators can meet the most varied installation requirements. Simple select the suitable version according to your prevailing door-leaf width and weight.

Features

  • Interspec 120 – Door weights up to 120kg
  • Interspec 250 – Door weights up to 300kg
  • Single and double leaf versions, with spring or motorised closure and emergency battery
  • Suitable for use on emergency escape and fire doors
  • Push or pull version for single or double leaf doors
  • Microprocessor control
  • Independently adjustable opening and closing speeds
  • Interspec 120 / 250 provides accessibility functions, electric strike or electromagnetic management and interlock functionality between two automatic doors
  • Equipped with the most advanced hardware and software solutions, ensuring maximum reliability and safety
  • The digital programmer makes it possible to perform a complete diagnostic of the system, with the ability to access the information area and the history of detected errors
  • Management of the safety sensors, control of the moving forces and inversion of movement in the presence of obstacles make the automatic swing doors extremely safe
  • Suitable for use on projects to meet EN 16005 – “Power operated pedestrian doorsets. Safety in use. Requirements and test methods”

Technical information available upon request – call or email we’ll be happy to help.

DORMA-ED100-v2

The Dorma ED 100 and 250A are electromechanical swing door operators for various fields of application. Simple select the suitable version according to your prevailing door-leaf width and weight. The ‘Wind Load Control’ function is ideal for windy sites compensating for heavy wind loads.

Suitable for emergency escape routes as well as use on fire and smoke check doors.

  • Automatic operation with “Wind Load Control”
  • Suitable for use on emergency escape and fire doors
  • Tested to 1,000,000 cycles
  • Push or Pull version for single or double leaf doors
  • ED 100 – Door weights up to 160kg, door widths up to 1100mm
  • ED 250A – Door weights up to 400kg, door widths up to 1600mm

Field of Application

  • For single or double-leaf swing doors
  • Activation via radar, push pad, linking to access control systems and other actuation devices
  • Suitable for use on projects to meet EN 16005 – “Power operated pedestrian doorsets. Safety in use. Requirements and test methods”
  • Suitable for room access and entrance doors to meet the relative legislative requirements for disabled access
  • The pull version with slide channel and the push version with standard arm are both suitable for use on emergency escape and fire doors

Technical information available upon request – call or email we’ll be happy to help.

Break-out facility

Break-out Facility

One of the most powerful, safe and flexible door operators on the market. Slim design, silent operation, high performance and a wide range of functions including double swing for emergency breakout situations makes it the ideal choice for almost any application.

In the event of power failure, the operator can be activated by a battery back-up and thereby continue to operate independent of power supply. Intelligent standard functions such as “Push and Go” and “Power Assist” also allows it to be easily manually opened.

Fully compliant with European standards including EN16005.

Features

  • Super Slim 70mm design, ideal for limited space installations.
  • Powerful and strong, can open and close doors over 450kg
  • Very low power consumption
  • Double swing function for Emergency breakout situations
  • Numerous functions including fail-safe, fail-secure, lock-retry and low-energy
  • EL30 Fire approval (Push and Pull)
  • Complies with European safety standards including EN16005

Technical information available upon request – call or email we’ll be happy to help.

Automatic doors aren’t just aesthetically pleasing. They can help regulate climate control in an entrance area whilst also offering a functional solution for people of all ages and abilities, particularly when viewed in compliance with the Equality Act 2010.

BS EN 16005

BS EN 16005 is the European Standard that is the code of practice for safety in use of automatic doors for pedestrian use. All pedestrian automatic doors installed since April 2013 should comply with the BS EN 16005.

There are important considerations when installing automatic doors and advice can be sought from ADSA members of which Lloyd Worrall is a member.

Lloyd Worrall can advise on every aspect of automatic doors, from the initial selection and specification, through to installation in order to ensure that clients end up with the right type of door for their requirements.

Automatic Door Suppliers Association Limited

ADSA was formed in 1985 for the purpose of ensuring that its member companies offer superior levels of safety for pedestrian automatic doors.

ADSA exists to promote the highest standards in automatic doors and to help specifiers and customers obtain the best solution for their requirements. ADSA first developed the industry code of practice. This covers the safety aspects of automatic doors for pedestrian use. This subsequently formed the basis of BS 7036: 1988, a code of practice for provision and installation of safety devices for automatic, power operated pedestrian door systems.

With advances in technology and the introduction of new safety devices, ADSA then developed to the updated standard BS 7036: 1996 covering safety of powered doors for pedestrian use. This was complemented by a written test taken by anyone involved in the industry who undertakes operations covered by The British Standard.

ADSA is actively involved in the formulation of European-wide standards. This resulted in standard BS EN 16005 – 2012, which replaced BS 7036 in April 2013. All members are fully committed to this standard and its associated testing.

ADSA member companies supply over 75% of the UK market.