Swinging Doors are used in pedestrian and industrial settings including healthcare, retail, educational and corporate facilities. BEA’s automatic swing door sensors are used to activate and provide safety on these doors, and also help meet the applicable ANSI 156.10 standards. Swing Doors, when paired with BEA sensors, can be customized to fit a variety of full-energy and low-energy applications.
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ANSI Automatic Door Sensor Requirements
Swing Door safety sensors are designed to protect pedestrians throughout a complete door cycle. These sensors can be mounted overhead or on the door and utilize various technologies to create the most complete coverage area. Our sensors are designed to meet and exceed the strict standards that govern Swing Door safety.
Overhead Swing Door activation is easily achieved with motion sensors using microwave technology. These sensors ensure reliable activation and their unidirectional settings increase energy efficiency by limiting activation to approaching traffic only.
Touchless actuators increase accessibility and help meet building codes and standards associated with automatic pedestrian swinging doors. They also help reduce the spread of germs and bacteria in facilities such as hospitals.
Touchless actuators increase accessibility, help meet building codes and standards associated with automatic pedestrian swinging doors, while helping to reduce the spread of germs and bacteria in facilities such as hospitals.
Wireless activation devices help to enhance accessibility and allow for reduced installation time. Handheld transmitters are available for a convenience method of on-demand activation.
Packaged solutions remove the guess work when selecting activation and safety sensors for Swing Doors. These standard-compliant packages offer easy-to use, all-in-one solutions.
Our Push Plate packages rely on BEA’s expertise to provide a complete, convenient solution for swing door activation.