Swing radiation-shielded door

Swing doors are most commonly used when there is not enough space for sliding doors.
The first step in making the door is a calculation of an authorized physicist who sets the door protection requirements.

Our radiation-protected door is delivered with lead, polyethylene, or 5% BPE sheets, steel, cadmium, or paraffin. Of course, the door that you order will be filled with the requirements you need.

Maximum security

Except for making the door serve you as a reliable source of radiation protection, we also take care of the staff that is using the door. That’s why we use the most innovative and most secure systems for their protection. On the door leaf, it is located the contact rubber, the so-called sensor profile, which in the case of contact with a person or an object automatically reacts and sends the door in the opening position. On our swing doors, as an improvement for security, we are using contact rubbers in horizontal and vertical positions. FlatScan sensors are located on both sides of the door. Using the newest cutting-edge technology they present extreme accuracy and a reliable sensor for detecting moves.

Extra power and manual opening

In the case of no power supply, the door can be manipulated with a UPS system (it serves when there is no main power supply to open the door, in which case using the power from UPS the door can be opened and they stay open until the main power is back on), or, as one more level of precaution we use a system for manual opening.

Operating with the door

Operation with the door is possible through buttons, remote control, or access control (by the desire of the investor). The control panel is located on the door and it contains buttons for partial opening, opening, closing, emergency opening, and an indicator for no power supply.