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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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The disadvantage to sliding is that you never can completely slide all of it out of the way, but swinging doors take up much more space when they're open," Lowinski says.
The executive committee then formed task groups focused on such areas as security hollow metal, locks for swinging doors and sliding devices, security glazing, walls, security electronics and more.
While access control systems are faster than ever before and filled with control and data base management features, regular hinged swinging doors are still the barrier portal of choice.
Stainless steel swinging doors with viewing window in op and gmp laboratory; Approximately 17 pcs.
This unit is used with traditional swinging doors only.
The unit has single side swinging doors on the front and back of the workspace for easy access, plus 4" thick insulated walls.
The series was developed to meet the specific code requirement for side-hinge swinging doors serving hospital corridors.
Sliding and swinging doors are commonly used in healthcare settings, while folding doors are less prevalent.
Diffused active infrared technology generates a sensing field that protects the swing path of automatic swinging doors and extends through the threshold.
Offering an astonishing peek as to what really happens behind a restaurant's swinging doors, Fine Dining Madness is as much a mirth-inducing voyage of the improbable as it is a solid handbook of do's and don'ts when eating like a king, or at least a duke.
The upgraded elevators will have new motors and cabs, as well as sliding doors that replace the existing swinging doors, and will now travel to the sixth floor.