There are building systems that everyone pays attention to when it comes to improving operating performance (lighting, HVAC, etc.). But some of the less-obvious components of your building can affect operating costs, too, and doors and exterior entrances are some of them.
“Exterior doors are a functional part of the building envelope and do have an effect on energy efficiency,” says Dan Depta, manager of marketing at Decatur, MI-based Special-Lite.
SARGENT® Profile Series v.S2 WiFi Access Control Solution
Looking for a way to reduce your hardware installation time or add access control to areas that are cost-prohibitive or difficult to wire? The SARGENT Profile Series v.S2 is a WiFi extension to your access control system, providing door hardware, card reader/keypad and monitoring capabilities in a single device. The v.S2 uses standard wireless technology (802.11b/g) to communicate, and provides complete access control features in online and offline operation.
Door Engineering and Manufacturing, LLC
The long service life, low maintenance and high-speed operation offered by Door Engineering’s Four-Fold Door Systems make them ideal for a variety of applications. Four-fold door panels fold completely clear of the opening in less than seven seconds and are visible by drivers during their entire operation. This unique design is not only energy efficient, but offers safety that a traditional overhead door cannot.
Door Engineering has been offering industrial, commercial, fire rated, aviation and specialty door solutions for more than 40 years.
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