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Thermally separated sliding doors
GEZE at BAU trade fair I Munich I 14 - 19 January 2019 I Hall B1 I Stand 538-539
At BAU 2019, we will be displaying systems and solutions which support our customers and partners in all stages of the building life cycle.
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Sliding door systems with insulation glazing and thermal separation of frame profiles make an important contribution to thermal insulation in façade entrances. Following further developments, the reliable automatic ECdrive sliding door system can now also be used with thermally separated profiles. It turns sliding doors into designer energy-saving doors, ensuring a maximum 'perspective'.
It is our task and responsibility to develop and create environmentally-friendly buildings with as many uses as possible, aligned to people’s circumstances. We therefore constantly develop and revise our products, and now present a complete sliding door system with the new ECdrive door drive, in keeping with the energy-conscious building trend. The result is thermal separation of door leaf frame profiles, side panels and fanlights, and optimal sealing of the entire door system.
Minimising heat loss
The thermal insulation qualities of the new thermally separated profile system, in combination with the new ECdrive door drive, reduce heat loss in large glass sliding doors, shop fronts, hospital entrances and hotels.
• Thermal bridges are avoided
• The heat transition coefficient of complete glass sliding door systems is significantly smaller than that of conventional profiles.
• Glass thicknesses of 32 mm can be used for double or triple insulation glazing with Ug values of 1.0 and 0.8 respectively.
Discreet door design – quiet movement
Door leaves weighing up to 140 kg can be realised with an optional double roller carriage by using ECdrive. This means that higher leaf weights resulting from the use of multiple insulation glazing, for example, can be met.
• The height of the drive cover has been significantly reduced by 100 millimetres.
• The door design is more discreet and elegant.
• Reinforced tracks for light and quiet movement, and a longer lifespan for heavy door leaves
Thermally separated door systems
If the new ECdrive is combined with thermally separated profiles, together with thermally separated fanlights – all fine-framed – the result is a complete door system with optimal thermal insulation, which is also a door design highlight. Fanlights are available with single or double partition, including side façade panels, fulfilling demands for door systems with maximum transparency. Why? Because we develop solutions for our customers' needs and provide inspirational impulses which offer them even more benefits.
Safe and networked
For added safety against uninvited guests, even during night operation, the frame profiles can be equipped with a manual or motorised hook bolt lock. Like all GEZE automatic doors, the ECdrive drive system • meets maximum user safety standards in accordance with DIN 18650-1/2 and DIN EN 16005, and • can be integrated into BACnet networking solutions with the GEZE Cockpit building automation system.
Installation and maintenance: more efficient and convenient
Installing and aligning the ECdrive door drive is quick and easy, thanks to a predrilled track with elongated holes. With regard to maintenance, a new service interface on the drive provides an easy connection with the service terminal or 3 I 3
Individual service concepts
We offer excellent service, which continues long after delivery of the ECdrive sliding door system with thermally separated profiles. As a professional partner for door systems, we support automatic doors throughout their entire life cycle with service and maintenance – naturally tailored to you
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