- As single or double doors for visitor entrances, passage with baggage, transport routes and wheelchair-friendly access
- For unobstructed escape routes in emergencies
- Compact accommodation of drive and control systems in the centre column
- Low impact forces for maximum personal safety
- Designed for 10,000,000 opening and closing cycles
The versatile gate for entrances, wide passageways and escape routes
The mSwing swing door is our specialist in versatility! This starts at the entrances: mSwing is used wherever passage is authorised by staff at a gate or reception desk. Either as a single or a double swing door, depending on the number of visitors expected. It is not only the right choice for the monitored access of visitors, but also for visitors with baggage and for those delivering materials. Its wide barrier elements also make it ideal for wheelchair access. Thanks to the mPost card-reader pillar, operators can also provide passage using card-reading devices. mSwing, however, is particularly important for setting up escape routes. It is always used whenever many people are present in a building at the same time and appropriately wide escape routes are required. With its passageway width of up to 2400 mm as a double door, and automatic opening if there is a power outage or alarm signal, mSwing also ensures safe paths out of the building in emergency situations.
Passageway widths of up to 2400 mm can also be achieved with mSwing as a double door. The swing doors are therefore not only ideal for groups of visitors, the transport of material, and wheelchair access, but also for escape route access systems.
Free escape routes
The swing doors allow free passage in the case of a power outage, and a defined position can be set up for when there is an emergency signal. The barrier elements automatically return to the closed position after removal of the alarm contact or the return of electricity.
An electromagnetic toothed coupling prevents the barrier from being pushed out of its end position or moved against the selected direction of passage.