Hermetic Sliding Door

The hermetically sealing sliding door has been specifically designed for use in areas where hygiene and the control of air leakage is critical.

The door has a unique patented track system that enables it to seal perfectly when closed helping to reduce air handling costs, cross-contamination and wound infections. Air leakage has been tested independently and results up to 400 Pa pressure are available.

The door has a unique patented track system that enables it to seal perfectly when closed helping to reduce air handling costs, cross-contamination and wound infections. Faced with ledge-free HPL they are easy to clean requiring minimal maintenance.

Sliding doors require less valuable space than hinged doors and when operated produce less air disturbance making them ideal for hospital environments where hygiene is a priority.

The spread of infection can be minimised with door automations and touchless sensors. Options include models with X-ray protection and models officially tested with 60 minutes fire resistance.

Hermetic Hinged Door

Dortek hermetic sealing hinged doors are designed for areas where control of air leakage is critical.

The door has a unique wrap around frame with a neoprene seal incorporated which enables the door to seal perfectly. Air leakage has been tested independently and results up to 250 pa pressure differential are available on request. Certified hermetic sealing: Class 3 / Class 4 according to EN 12207:2000 (air permeability certificate)

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