Automatic Sliding Door (Burglar-Resistant RC2/RC3) - Single - With side panels - On wall - SL/PSXP-RC
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Gilgen automatic sliding door
Buildings, commercial outlets and premises with a high risk of break-in require an entrance that is both secure and good to look at. Thanks to their trim aluminium profiles, Gilgen automatic doors offer a design that is invitingly transparent. They fulfil high security standards, despite their slimline design.
Gilgen sliding door - standard
Gilgen automatic sliding door system - standard
Gilgen automatic sliding door system, TÜV-tested for conformity with EN 16005 and DIN 18650.
Gilgen SL sliding door unit in combination with the Gilgen PSXP profile system.
The system as a whole has been tested for conformity with EN 16361 (corresponding to SIA 343).
Elegant integration, into the sliding door drive unit, of all actuating components, sensor elements and leaf profiles.
Digital control unit with touch-screen display. An electronic control unit with an automatic reversing and stopping mechanism provides gap-hazard detection. Suitable for connection via a BUS configuration or conventional wiring system.
Noise-insulated/vibration-damped drive system.
Low-noise toothed belt. Running carriage with counter-pressure rollers, height/depth-adjustable.
( ) 100 mm drive case height
( ) 140 mm drive case height
( ) 140 mm drive case height for telescopic sliding door
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 drive case is fully integrated into the false ceiling.
( ) Lockable drive case covering with locking cylinder.
Door leaves and fixed side panels
Clear height (mm): ……….
Clear width (mm): ……….
( ) Single leaf, left-handed
( ) Single leaf, right-handed
( ) Bi-parting
Configuration as telescopic sliding door:
( ) Two-leaf, left-handed
( ) Two-leaf, right-handed
( ) Four-leaf
Side door panels:
( ) With fixed side panel(s)
( ) Without side panel
( ) Slimline, all-glass protection leaves in hinged configuration (designed for personal protection when
opening the sliding door leaves). DO NOT use in conjunction with telescopic configuration!
( ) Safety glass to close the gap between protection leaf and façade
Glazed overhead panel:
( ) Without glazed overhead panel
( ) With glazed overhead panel (one- to three-section)
Gilgen PSXP leaf profile system
All-round frame made of reinforced aluminium profiles. The upper leaf profiles are integrated in the drive unit.
Vertical interlocking between the sliding door leaves and side panels increases safety in the closed position, ensures stability and provides protection from draughts.
Dry glazing with rubber seals for the fast and simple replacement, when required, of glass or aluminium profiles. Glass thickness to be selected between 6mm - 24mm.
Type of glass: ………………. / glass thickness: ………. (6 – 24 mm)
( ) Powder coated in RAL colours: …..
( ) Powder coated in NCS colours: …..
( ) Aluminium, natural anodised finish E6/EV1
[ ] Aluminium colour anodised finish. Colour code: …..
Bottom guide rail
( ) Lateral fixed-point guides
( ) With full-length, flush-type rail embedded in floor, for reliable operation and increased resistance to wind pressure and forced opening. The door leaves are guided over the entire width and the guide rail is replaceable.
( ) Heated bottom guide rail to prevent the build-up of ice
( ) Drained bottom guide rail for systems exposed to the weather
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
( ) Gilgen radio receiver and GFU hand-held transmitter
( ) INTERFACE
Control extension with additional inputs and outputs for advanced functions.
( ) Relay PCB for mounting onto the interface with 4 potential-free outputs
( ) Automatic locking mechanism integrated in the drive case
( ) Standard
( ) FAIL SAFE (reliable unlocking in the event of a mains failure)
( ) FAIL SECURE (reliable locking in the event of a mains failure)
( ) Emergency exit and rescue access (function: locked exit, compulsory with redundant control)
( ) Longlife (doubled lifetime for standard locking)
( ) Multi-point locking mechanism fitted to leaf for added security
( ) Automatic
( ) Manual
( ) Monitoring of the door leaf position and lock status TUWE (VdS), e.g. for connection to an alarm system.
( ) Manual internal release mechanism designed for installation in the frame profile, in a surface-type
( ) Manual internal release mechanism for installation in/on the side of the drive case.
The customisable draw-bar length allows you to set an ideal operating height for barrier-free
( ) Release lever on door leaf (only in conjunction with multi-point locking)
( ) Lockable manual release from the outside for situations where there is no other access to the room.
Sensor system and user protection
( ) COMBISCAN-PI, integrated opening/safety sensor fitted inside the drive case. Motion detector and scanning safety barrier for the reliable monitoring of opening and closing movements. Meets the requirements for opening elements installed in the direction of escape (redundant emergency-exit configuration).
( ) COMBISCAN-PI, integrated opening/safety sensor fitted externally in the cover or supporting profile. Motion detector and scanning safety barrier for the reliable monitoring of opening and closing movements.
( ) COMBISCAN-SM, for surface-type installation on the lintel or façade. Opening and safety sensor. Motion detector and scanning safety barrier for the reliable monitoring of opening and closing movements. Meets the requirements for opening elements installed in the direction of escape (redundant emergency-exit configuration).
( ) SAFESCAN-PI, integrated safety sensor fitted inside the drive case. Scanning safety barrier for reliable monitoring of the secondary closing edge(s) during opening.
( ) Digital control panel with illuminated touch-screen display, for selecting the door functions, adjusting all door parameters and displaying the operating data.
Control panel installation
( ) In drive case (fitted to control unit)
( ) With Feller Ediziodue flush-type plastic frame, white. For installation in embedded, flush-type box.
( ) With Feller Ediziodue surface-type plastic frame, white. For surface installation
( ) KOMBI control panel with key cylinder mode selection AUTOMATIC NIGHT FUNCTION (for redundant systems). Illuminated touch-screen display, for selecting the door function, adjusting all door parameters and displaying the operating data. Feller Ediziodue plastic frame, white.
( ) KOMBI control panel with key cylinder for blocking the selected operating mode.
Illuminated touch-screen display, for selecting the door function, adjusting all door parameters and displaying the operating data. Feller Ediziodue plastic frame, white.
Installation of KOMBI control panel:
( ) With Feller Ediziodue flush-type plastic frame, white. For flush-type installation in twin box (depth 1 ½)
( ) With Feller Ediziodue surface-type plastic frame, white. For surface installation
( ) Contactless CleanSwitch push-button for optimum hygienic operation
( ) OPEN push-button, white, from Feller EDIZIOdue
( ) OPEN push-button, green-lit, from Feller EDIZIOdue
( ) EMERGENCY OPEN push-button, green-lit, with “emergency exit” symbol
( ) Key-operated OPEN impulse switch
( ) The control pillar offers the possibility to install the required control and actuating elements in the
immediate vicinity of the door at an easily visible and accessible location. Installation of the control pillar on the finished or on the bare floor.
Gilgen Door Systems AG
CH -3150 Schwarzenburg
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