Automatic hospital door (hermetic)
The use of automatic doors is unavoidable in many hospital wards. Doors and handles prevent the spread of infectious diseases. Automatic doors have special applications in the internal wards of hospitals.
Those parts are designed and produced with special specifications. Lead or other metals are commonly used for the doors of radiology and radiotherapy rooms to prevent the passage of radioactive particles. Doors with very low permeability that prevent the passage of any suspended particles are used in pharmaceutical and clean rooms.
Advantages of using an automatic hospital door (hermetic)
There are different types of automatic doors used in hospitals, some of which can be used in other buildings, but some are for use in hospitals. Types of automatic hospital doors can be used in various departments such as ICU, radiology departments and with X-rays. Doors have a lot of variety in opening and closing and their hinges. One of the features of a hospital automatic door is that it has a layer of lead inside that prevents the radiation used in radiology, radiotherapy and… from being absorbed and not spreading out. These doors are ordered and produced in different sizes depending on the space used. A series of ordinary automatic doors are also used for entry and exit sections that have different hinges.
This type of door is designed for hospital, health and protective environments and is used in operating rooms, radiology, clinics and laboratories, server rooms and atomic energy organizations, which allows the user to be protected from harmful rays. Provides the cover of this type of door is made of matte polished steel and lead can be used inside it. The movement of this type of door is monolithic and sliding. The main rail is made of hardened aluminum and is designed without sound.