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Automatic Doors For Disabled Access

Our friendly team at Go Doors take great pride in being one of Western Australia’s leading providers of automatic doors and solutions for disabled access. We’ve assisted private individuals who were looking for an easier way to access their home and work, as well as Government organisations looking to automate entire commercial buildings.

At Go Doors, we understand that every client is an individual with unique disabled access requirements. Often clients come to us looking for advice and don’t know of the products and options available to assist with impaired mobility access solutions. After many years of speaking with such clients, our team has built a vast amount of experience in providing novel tailored solutions to meet every need, and we derive a great sense of satisfaction from helping our customers.

We have a full range of RECORD automatic sliding door operators for both internal and external door use. These automatic door operators are available in a wide variety of installation options to suit our customers’ operating and security needs. These options include fully automated sensor activated doors, disabled toilet access privacy button sets, swipe cards and wireless key button solutions.

We are a one-stop shop for automatic disabled doors and access solutions. Our team of experienced and friendly technicians are able to cut the electric strikes, fabricate structural reinforcing mounts and install the rubber ramp threshold plates. We are also qualified to install the GPOs, and we are highly trained and proficient when it comes to installing and programming the automatic door operators.

Automated Sliding and Swing Doors For Home and Office

Opening doors can be very difficult for the aged and disabled. This can be made easy by installing an automatic door opener which allows free ingress and egress. Depending on the installation configuration, these devices will enable doors to be unlocked, opened, closed and relocked at the push of a button or by automatic sensor control.

Our automatic RECORD door operators can be used in conjunction with access control systems, actuation push buttons, microwave and infra-red devices, and intercom systems. They are ideal for nursing homes, schools, offices, public toilets or residential properties, and can be installed on existing or planned entrances.

Our most popular installation configuration for our automatic disabled swing and sliding doors for home and office uses includes:

  • Swiss made RECORD Automatic Door unit – Either the DFA127 Swing Door Operator, or the STA20 Sliding Door Operator.
  • Wireless Airkey remote-control entry/exit remotes and receiver board with potential for 100+ additional remote keys.
  • Microwave and infrared combination safety sensor for automatic control egress/exit and safety of all patrons as per AS5007 – 2007.
  • Fully programmable opening and closing speeds, hold open times before closing, and push to actuate functions.
  • Automatic secure door locking through motor brake and electrical door strike.
  • Wired or wireless emergency push to exit button.
  • Battery backup via either inboard batteries, or an Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) unit.

In some instances, such as single point of ingress/egress automation, we can install RECORD automatic inverse sprung swing doors. They are specialist automatic door units that function as an automatic swing door, but will automatically spring open in the event of fire or power failure to guarantee free uninhibited egress/exit from the building.

When considering the safety of individuals with impaired mobility, Inverse sprung doors offer a significantly superior solution than the majority of other automatic swing door operators on the market. Standard automatic doors will go into “free mode” in the event of power failure, but still require the individuals to manually push the door open to escape if the backup batteries or UPS fails. We recommend the Inverse sprung door option for individuals in wheelchairs or who may have impaired mobility.

Automatic Disabled and Impaired Access Toilet Doors

With the increased awareness around the importance of automated access solutions for the disabled, fully automated disabled toilets have become a standard feature in many new and recently renovated premises. Automatic disabled access toilet doors can be configured for either swing or sliding door operation, and are more often paired with a specialised Go Doors Disabled Privacy Push Button set with emergency breakout/override function. We can also configure the door to be opened with both the Disabled Privacy Push Button set, and via wireless remote controls.

Features of our Go Doors Automatic Disabled Access Toilet Door configuration include:

  • Swiss made RECORD Automatic Door unit – either the DFA127 Swing Door Operator, or the STA20 Sliding Door Operator.
  • Full electric motor driven automatic open and close of either swing or sliding doors.
  • Go Doors Disabled Privacy Push Button set that features emergency breakout/override function, raised tactile braille information and illuminated vacant/occupied buttons. These sets are available in either wired or wireless options.
  • Fully programmable open and close speeds, hold open times before closing, and push to actuate functions.
  • Microwave and infrared combination safety sensor for automatic control egress/exit and safety of all patrons as per AS5007 – 2007.
  • In the instance of power failure or fire, emergency exit via either inboard battery backup, mounted Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) unit, or motor with Inverse sprung configuration.

When considering the safety of individuals with impaired mobility, Inverse Sprung Doors offer a significantly superior solution than the majority of other automatic swing door operators on the market. Standard automatic doors will go into “free mode” in the event of power failure, but still require the individuals to manually push the door open to escape if the backup batteries or UPS fails. We recommend the Inverse sprung door option for individuals in wheelchairs or who may have impaired mobility.

Sensor Detection Equipment

Our combination microwave and infrared safety sensors incorporate the most advanced sensor technology on the market. Automatic doors that are fitted with these sensors are able to detect when someone is approaching, when the door will automatically open and allow them to pass through. These sensors also identify when an object is blocking the pathway of the door and stop the door from closing on the object or individual.

These sensors are ideal disabled access solutions for people in wheelchairs, people with trolleys or people who cannot pass through a doorway quickly due to low mobility. Applications include residential entrances, office and commercial spaces, department stores, shopping centres and commercial buildings.

Key Remote Access Devices

Wireless remote-control key access or key FOB devices can be used to open an automatic door from a distance. These devices provide an excellent solution for disabled individuals who are not physically able to make contact with the door to open and close it. Using the key FOB devices allows users to pass easily and safely through the doorway before it shuts safely behind them.

Push Buttons, Keypads and Security Key Switches

Push buttons, keypads and security key switches can be used to open an automatic door for both the entry and exit side of the door. These electronic security devices come in a range of options.

  • Simple push button in either black, white, green dome and red dome.
  • Security keypads with combination keypad entry and backlit illumination for after-hours use.
  • Security key switches allow for the keyholder to open, close or lock the automatic door, which is ideal where morning entry and afternoon lockup is required. These also come in an SK4 configuration which allows the user to activate the automatic door functions such as open, automatic, lock and manual.
  • Either wired or wireless configuration for push buttons.

These electronic security devices are ideal for staff in an office or commercial setting, and as a secondary actuation device for carers to open doors where the disabled individual controls the door via remote control. The electronic security devices we can provide for you can also act as emergency override exit buttons, and also where a site requires secure entry to a limited number of individuals.

Do you need automatic disabled doors for your property? For more information about the various disabled access control solutions available, or to arrange for a quote, contact us today on (08) 9126 9155 or send us an email to service@godoors.com.au.

Contact us:  Phone: (08) 9419 3373 | Email: service@godoors.com.au