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 AD of K

Automatic Doors of Kansas, Inc.

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Automatic Doors of Kansas, Inc.
Revolving Doors as supplied by Automatic Doors of Kansas


The Duotour
The Duotour (revolving) is the newest member of the Boon Edam family of automatic revolving doors. This unique design allows for wheelchair and cart passage in smaller diameter doors and is available in two sizes of 12'0" and 16'0".

The Duotour is based on a classic Boon Edam design dating back to the early 1900s and combines high capacity throughput of people with the environmental benefits of a revolving door.

The combination of state-of-the-art electronics and modern construction methods results in a door that is extremely safe and user friendly. One of the main benefits of the 2-wing design lies in the large segment size which enables even those encumbered with luggage or shopping trolleys to pass through without discomfort.

All Duotours include central doors within the 2-wing doorset which can be used for emergency escape purposes or left open when the full environmental benefits of the revolving door are not required. The collapsible model uses collapsible swing doors to provide the maximum possible clear width and the sliding door model has automatic bi-parting doors which opens up a whole new range of possibilities. All in all, the Duotour is without doubt the most versatile entrance money can buy.

bulletIdeally suited for areas of high traffic flow such as Hotels, Airports, Hospitals, Retail Developments, Corporate Headquarters and Leisure Centres.
bulletLarge segment size easily accommodates shopping/luggage trolleys, wheelchairs and pushchairs.
bulletEfficient environmental control prevents draughts, noise and dirt pollution.
bulletUnique design provides the maximum possible clear opening for emergency escape or the passage of large items such as cleaning equipment or even cars.

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Last modified: 06/12/03