power-assisted door

power-assisted door

A door that opens by means of a mechanism that is activated by an electric switch; especially useful to those with physical disabilities and often required by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Also called a power-operated door.
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Audi delivers the new S8 plus with the normal wheelbase and offers extensive standard features that include ambient lighting, a convenience key with sensor-driven luggage compartment locking, full-leather interior package, Alcantara package, power-assisted door closing and a DVD/CD changer.
Examples of work would include toilet room modifications, employee specific assistive listening modifications and power-assisted door openers to meet employee-specific needs identified by physicians or other qualified health/ergonomic experts.
Inside, there's now a new range of upholstery and inlays in fresh colour schemes, front seats with ventilation and massage settings, relaxation seats with powered footrests, electrically adjustable, individual rear seats, a leather-covered centre console and power-assisted door closing.
REDCAR and Cleveland Council has received a planning application from HSBC Bank in Saltburn to install a new power-assisted door to the main entrance and new handrails to an existing ramp to improve disabled access.
We can confirm there are access issues in the Nuneaton store and these will be addressed by installing a power-assisted door and ramp.
In contrast, The Co-op now has big-print brochures, ramps, power-assisted doors and hearing loops in 40 travel shops plus plans to make all 410 branches accessible to disabled clients.
New access technologies have become available such as residential elevators, power-assisted doors, and ceiling-mounted lift tracks.