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Folding Doors as supplied by Automatic Doors of KansasFOLDING DOOR AUTOMATION

Ultra-Fold Folding Doors
Series 4000 ULTRA-FOLD™ door packages are the perfect choice for an automatic door anywhere space is at a premium. The door's unique folding feature is ideal for corridors, small vestibules, and hallways.

Greater clearance with the ULTRA-FOLD™ is a real advantage for tight spaces that require automatic doors. This can be critical when the disabled need easy access to your building and anywhere where high traffic exists. At any retail store, hospital, office building, or convenience store, the ULTRA-FOLD™ is a major convenience, especially during the busiest rush hours. The folding doors open all the way, getting out of the way, to provide the widest opening possible.

Series 4000 Folding Entrances
KM Systems offers the Series 4000 ULTRA-FOLD™ in 2 panel and 4 panel configurations designed to fold-in or fold-out depending on your traffic patterns and design requirements. Please contact KM Systems for design assistance, details, and specifications. Series 4000 doors are UL and cUL listed and are designed and manufactured to meet the requirements of ANSI A156.10.

bulletMaximizes door opening with minimal space required.
bulletFolds in or out for most efficient use of space.
bulletPatented emergency breakout features meets all egress codes.
bulletAdvanced microprocessor control.
bulletEasily adjustable open, backcheck, and closing speeds.
bulletAuto-reverse on closing obstruction.
bulletShuts down on obstruction while opening.
bullet1" finger guard protection at all hinge points.
bulletCustom manufactured to meet your requirements.
bulletMounts easily in existing doorways.
bulletAvailable for surface mount applications.
bulletAvailable as a manual package for ICU/CCU doors.

 

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Last modified: 06/12/03