record TSA 20 – telescopic sliding door
Linear telescopic sliding door record TSA 20 – the all rounder
Where an opening needs to be as wide as possible record's two or four leaf telescopic sliding doors provide an impressive alternative to sliding doors. In comparison with the traditional sliding door, they take up about 30 % less space thanks to their narrower leaves, and yet can cover especially large opening widths of up to 4 000 mm. The maximum door weights range from 2 x 130 kg for single, and 4 x 90 kg for telescopic sliding doors on both sides. These telescopic doors use the same robust and extremely reliable record system 20 which fulfils 2006 / 42 / EG industrial guidelines for machines, DIN 18650 as well as meeting all relevant national and international standards.
As with other record automatic doors the record TSA 20 is striking quiet in operation. record's combination of short, low-momentum toothed belts, rollers made from hard-wearing, low-noise plastic, acoustically decoupled running tracks, guide pulley wheels with ball bearings and door leaf guides with specially developed guide profiles all contribute to its almost silent operation. This precision engineering can also be seen in the harmonious sequence of door leaf movements.
- 20 mm thick aluminium profiles available for 10 mm thick single glazed leaves
- 32 mm thick profiles suitable for 24 mm thick insulating glass to allow the greatest possible transparency
- both profiles and drive unit cover can be anodized or powder-coated
- drive unit heights for both the normal, DUO and RED versions are available in either 108 mm or 150 mm
- 200 mm for the reinforced models
- the drive unit can be fitted to the lintel, freestanding or integrated in the ceiling
- the quietness of operation is exceptional
- the record system 20 components communicate with one another interactively enhancing safety and security
- the ability of drive, sensors and remote to communicate enables continuous monitoring of component status
- the operational status of the door system and its individual electronic components continuously undergo plausibility checks
- thanks to its learning capacity, the potential of the unit to malfunction is reduced to a minimum.