In hospitals, high-speed doors maintain efficiency, safety and speed in the materials management units. Industrial sensing solutions allow the door to open when necessary and protect valuable resources, while promoting a safer environment for employees.
From the entrance to waiting rooms, patients, clinicians and visitors can be exposed to harmful germs and bacteria. Studies show 80 percent of infectious diseases spread by hand. By replacing traditional door handles with touchless activation, the number of touchpoints decrease dramatically.
Sliding doors reduce unwanted activations in high traffic areas. BEA’s infrared and microwave sensors focus on threshold and pinch-zone safety while lowering hold-open times.
Swing doors provide convenient access to the general public. LASER-based sensors eliminate nuisance detections caused by changing weather and floor conditions, while offering 100 percent coverage in all door states.
Revolving doors reduce background noise, prevent outside elements from coming inside and reduce energy consumption. While microwave technology provides activation, LASER technology acts as a safety curtain against door strikes.
Offer alternative entrance points for individuals with limited mobility or disabilities. Full-length actuators eliminate the need to install two separate devices while LASER-based technology ensures full door coverage and reactivation.
Promote barrier-free design for single-occupancy restrooms with a system of locking devices and activation buttons. Our programmable logic module connects to the power door operator for seamless sequencing.
When someone requires emergency assistance in single-occupancy restrooms, an alert system provides a notification to personnel. Meet Ontario Building codes with an emergency assistance button and a signal device with visual and audible alerts.
With horizontal LASER curtains, sensing solutions offer motion and presence detection. Ideal for applications where cutting the ground for loops is prohibited, impossible or expensive. Integrate this sensor with ancillary products for additional security.
Corridors requiring controlled access, like maternity and critical care units, maintain visitors through telephone to reception desk calls. Automate security systems with high-frequency radio controls, logic modules and electromagnetic locks.
Local building regulations govern healthcare facilities more than any other public facility. Ensure accessibility standards with sensing solutions for those with reduced mobility and health conditions.