Knowing Act refers to the activation of an automatic door by means of pressing a switch with the intent of opening the door. These devices are common in offices, healthcare facilities and other public buildings. Knowing Act solutions are required in many pedestrian door applications as a primary or secondary means of activation. From wireless transmission to traditional push plates and touchless actuators, BEA offers a diverse portfolio of Knowing Act devices that improve the accessibility in, out and through a building.
Touchless activation provides the most advanced and hygienic form of automatic door activation. These devices can be used on all types of automatic doors to provide an aesthetically pleasing activation solution that maximizes accessibility. BEA offers a complete line of touchless devices to fit any application.
Push plates are industry proven activation solutions for automatic doors. These highly durable, stainless steel devices are available in a variety of shapes, sizes and graphical options. Push plates help meet ADA compliance and maximize accessibility.
Convenient packages for barrier-free access and emergency call systems are designed to provide all the necessary components for code-compliant functionality of single-occupancy restrooms. These devices are compatible with all door types and push plates.
Wireless transmitters and receivers can be combined with push plates or used independently to enhance accessibility on automatic doors. These solutions are available in three frequencies (300MHz, 433MHz and 900 MHz) and eliminate the need to run wires, which reduces installation time, while providing greater mounting flexibility.
Packages remove the guess work when selecting activation solutions for automatic pedestrian doors . Our Push Plate packages rely on BEA’s expertise to provide a complete, convenient solution for door activation.