The comfortable solution for situations where space is tight.
Folding is synonymous with making room. While requiring a minimum of installation space, automatic FFM folding doors offer you a maximum clearance width.
FFM automatic folding door installation
Gilgen FFM automatic folding door installation
Gilgen automatic folding door installation, TÜV-tested for conformity with EN 16005 and DIN 18650.
The folding design saves space. Gilgen automatic folding doors offer you maximum access widths with
minimal system dimensions.
The folding mechanism and all the drive-system components are housed in a single casing.
The use of thoroughly tried and tested modules and subassemblies guarantees top quality and reliability.
An electronic control unit with an automatic reversing and stopping mechanism provides gap-hazard detection.
Drive case height 200 mm
Drive case covering
Standard: Hinge-type aluminium drive unit covering designed for easy service and maintenance access, with mechanical hold-open system and drop prevention.
( ) Installation in false ceiling: Robust aluminium covering that can be removed from below.
The header box is fully integrated into the false ceiling.
( ) Lockable drive case covering with locking cylinder
Clear height (mm): ……….
Clear width (mm): ……….
( ) Four-leaf
Gilgen FFM leaf profile system
All-round frame made of aluminium profiles, supplied with the required fittings. With rounded aluminium profiles for the edges in contact with the wall and seals between the door leaves to prevent trapping.
Dry glazing with rubber seals for the fast and simple replacement, when required, of glass or aluminium profiles. Glass available in thicknesses of between 10 mm and 16 mm.
Type of glass: ………………. / glass thickness: ………. (10 - 16 mm)
( ) Powder-coated in RAL colours: …..
( ) Powder-coated in NCS colours: …..
( ) Aluminium, natural anodised finish E6/EV1
( ) Aluminium, coloured anodised finish. Colour code: …..
( ) Fixed point guide at centre of door
( ) With full length, flush-type rail embedded in floor, for reliable operation and increased resistance to wind pressure and forced opening.
Drive/control system options
Emergency exit and rescue access
( ) Redundant configuration for use in emergency exits and rescue accesses. This TÜV-tested feature conforms to the latest standards (EN 16005 and DIN 18650), including those applicable to gap hazard detection and force limitation. Safety-critical control elements and components conform to Performance Level “d” in accordance with EN ISO 13849-1.
( ) Emergency operating mode
If the power supply fails, batteries ensure operation for a further 30 to 60 minutes. The system continuously monitors the battery's charge level to ensure that it will work in an emergency. The final door movement (opening or closing) in the event of low charge state can be programmed.
Additional control elements
( ) Voltage-free outputs for acknowledgements to, for example, the building management system
( ) Gilgen radio receiver and GFU hand-held transmitter
( ) Automatic locking of the folding points, with system-dependent holding element.
Manual release mechanism accessible via bottom of drive unit
( ) Monitoring of the door leaf position and lock status TUWE, e.g. for connection to an alarm system.
( ) Manual internal release mechanism for wall-mounted installation.
( ) Manual internal release mechanism designed for installation in the frame profile, in a surface-type/flush-type box
( ) Lockable manual release from the outside for situations where there is no other access to the room.
( ) Wall-mounted installation profile
( ) External
|Nom UNSPSC||Automatic doors|
|Uniclass 1.4 Code||L411|
|Uniclass 1.4 Description||Doors|
|Uniclass 2.0 Code||SS-25-30-20-20|
|Uniclass 2.0 Description||Doorset Systems|
|NBS Reference Code||25-30-20-20|
|NBS Reference Description||Doorset Systems|
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