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swinging door

A door that turns on hinges or pivots about a vertical edge when opened. See also: Dutch door

double-acting door

A door that swings in both directions; see swinging door.
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If you have a swing door between your dining room and kitchen, consider a barn door instead.
The lockboxes are available on any swing door, including integrated swing doors within folding and stacking glass walls, as well as other operable systems.
This combination brings a new interpretation to the strengths of the powerturn swing door drive.
Equipped with the integrated power assisted motor function, the new swing door operators ensures high-efficiency power supply with a reduced energy consumption in the no-load mode by 20 per cent and by 73 per cent in partial load range.
Another product on display at Passenger Terminal Expo was the Swinglane, a security lane with swing doors from Boon Edam.
Having a three-hour, fire-rated slider permits greater flexibility in design, because in the past, the designer had to add a second swing door to achieve the fire protection required of the openings.
Diagram 7 shows the swing door for easy poster installation and maintenance as well as the lighting system and the rollers controlling the posters.
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The company's sale selection includes products such as the True T-23F Reach-In Solid Swing Door freezer, which is designed to provide business owners with lower food temperatures, reduced energy costs and high levels of food safety.
The double-pivot horizontal swing door with insulating plug meets with the throat section at the front of the furnace chamber, minimizing heat loss.
On average, eight times as much air is exchanged when a swing door is open as opposed to a revolving door," Thomas explains.
Despite the absence of a central pillar, the rear door opens either as a classic swing door to give direct access to the rear seats, or from front to back thereby completely freeing access to the cabin.