automatic operator


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automatic operator

A power-operated door-activating device and control, actuated by approaching traffic or a remote switch.
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Freemantle's Pre-glued sleever for ready meals, comes their latest innovation named the Automatic Operator.
Scales, who had been a Teletype setter for the Winston-Salem (N.C.) Journal and Twin City Sentinel, began at the AP as an automatic operator in Charlotte, N.C., in 1951.
It can store up to 15 pallets and there is an automatic operator warning system when the stack is low or full.
The most common barrier-free security system used with a small-diarneter security revolving door is an adjacent swing door with a low energy (slow) automatic operator. The swing door can be controlled by an electric lock and card access system, along with a remote camera.
Operating out of the company's 8,000 sq ft factory on Knowsley Industrial Estate, Eros Aluminium also provides an extensive range of aluminium windows, commercial entrance and exit systems including automatic operators and entry systems, as well as a variety of facade solutions, including curtain walling and aspect structural glazing.
Automatic operators were installed on doors and actuator switches mounted on walls.
Electro-hydraulic low-energy automatic operators are designed primarily for manual openings with an occasional need for automatic operation.

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