Aluminium Doors and Framework
Aluminium is a material with a high strength-to-weight ratio that is easily formed into many shapes and configurations. It has many benefits over PVC as the material of choice for automatic doors and frameworks. Its greater strength provides a slimmer profile and greater resistance to the elements. These features, together with modern manufacturing methods, mean aluminium doors and frameworks are long lasting and will not warp or rot.
- the hard surface resists denting and weathering
- pleasing aesthetics
- ease of maintenance
- meets the highest standard for air and water infiltration and structural integrity
- able to meet many architectural specifications that other materials can’t.
- available in any colour and dual colour finishing
- virtually maintenance free
- durable and hard wearing
- good looks and slim-line profile
- a wide range of finishes available
- increased levels of security
- improved thermal efficiency
- the inside and outside surfaces can be in different colours
Aluminium doors and surrounding framework can be used in a wide range of settings including light or heavy commercial buildings such as schools, restaurants, and government buildings.
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A good first impression goes a long way to establishing a business as trustworthy, professional and one you can have confidence in. A high quality, well designed shop front will always say a lot about your business and brand. record uk has manufactured and delivered shop fronts for many well-known brands via our distributors so no matter what your needs record uk has the experience and expertise you can rely on.
With normal sliding doors, fixed side panels block up to two thirds of the passageway. With the record TOS total opening system, however, this area remains fully accessible. The TOS is not only suitable for emergency situations, but also ideal for loading bulky items. Most common applications of the record TOS are in vehicle salesrooms, shopping centres, department stores, furniture outlets, and buildings with high volumes of pedestrian traffic.
record THERMCORD is an automatic door system that has thermally separated door profiles with heat insulating properties. The ift Rosenheim determined an achievable heat transmission coefficient (UD) of 1.1 W / m² K featuring approved insulating glazing. THERMCORD is employed as an inside or outside door in areas with a – even temporarily – high temperature differential.