For new or existing entries where a manual button is required to be pressed via hand, forearm, hip or foot, Automatic Doors has a new touchless activation buttons available with an adjustable sensing range of 20cm to 80cm. This simply requires visitors or employees to approach the switch and make a movement in front of the sensor. The removal of a manual contact point reduces the chances of Coronavirus, germs and bacteria spreading between people via shared surfaces.
Touchless has become a strong point of conversation and growing risk in today’s world. The reduction of touchpoints in environments with increased automatic door requirements such as hospitals, medical laboratories, culinary establishments and food processing has become essential. The touchless sensor reduces the need to touch any entry point or opening, fast making it an essential AODA design requirement with many corporate and government entities.
While high-risk buildings generally already have automated doors and rigorous touchless practices, the shift to automatic no contact doors is becoming a must-have across most industries.