TORMAX Secure+Therm: The new Standard for Secure and Energy-Efficient Automatic Sliding Doors

TORMAX Secure+Therm: The new Standard for Secure and Energy-Efficient Automatic Sliding Doors
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Date: 13 February 2018

Security and energy efficiency in automatic sliding doors now have a name – TORMAX Secure+Therm.

Our new door system offers certified burglary protection to resistance class RC 2, whilst using a slender, thermally separated door profile. It combines all the quality features that make your entrance a modern, valuable installation.

Fitted with the new TORMAX multipoint locking and numerous other security features, the TORMAX Secure+Therm sliding door system offers all the advantages of an automatic sliding door during business opening hours and enhanced burglary protection after closing time.

The whole system has been examined and certified by an accredited testing laboratory. And because the TORMAX Secure+Therm sliding door system has a very slender and compact thermally separated profile, you do not have to compromise on aesthetics.

Furthermore, the high performance of the TORMAX drive systems increases convenience in daily use. The overall operating costs are significantly lower than for other alternative systems.

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