The self-supporting door can be used as a fixed part of the operational passenger traffic due to the low, almost barrier-free threshold with a height of only 20 mm. In doing so, it optimally adapts to the external appearance and at the same time minimises energy loss.

Technical data
Tender specifications
Door size Width min./ max. (clear passage width) 2.000/ 5.500 mm
Height min./ max. (clear passage height) 2.800/ 5.000 mm
Headroom requirement standard min. 400 mm
Space requirement Total depth min./ max. *
Space requirement on the motor side / not on the motor side min. 185/ 185 mm
Height vision panel lower edge / upper edge in standard 500 mm
Performance data Designed for up to ... Opening cycles per year 50.000
Continuous operation: Up to...Opening cycles per hour 20
Opening speed max. 0,6 m/s
Operating forces/ Safe opening according to EN 13241-1 complied
Water tightness according to EN 12425 Class 3
Resistance to wind load according to EN 12424 up to Class 5
Resistance to airborne sound Rw according to EN ISO 717-1 up to approx. 24 dB
Thermal resistance Up according to EN 12428 up to 0,65 W/m²K
Air permeability according to EN 12426 up to Class 3
Burglary protection according to DIN/ TS 18164 -
Fire behavior according to DIN 4102-1 B2
Fire behavior according to DIN EN 13501-1 E
Power supply Standard 1L/N/PE 230V 50Hz | 3L/N/PE 400V 50 Hz
Safety devices OSE as safety edge device *
Light curtain (integrated) as safety edge device complied
Guide rail closed on three sides complied
Integrated safety device in the drive unit complied
Anti-lift device complied
Electrically and mechanically bolted anti-lift device -
Light curtain (mounted in front) for contactless reversing optional
Sensor solutions for opening and monitoring optional
Optical or acoustic warning signals optional
Panic fitting for passage door optional
Special solutions optional