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DYNACO D-311 High Speed Door

Specified for internal applications the DYNACO D-311 High Speed Door is designed to protect your environment against drafts, humidity, dust and dirt for over 1,000,000 operations. With opening speeds of up to 2 meters per second (optional) and patented side guides featuring our «BEAD» technology, the DYNACO D-311 High Speed Door offers improvements to your traffic flow, whilst providing increased employee comfort through safe systems, environmental control and savings on your energy costs.

Dynaco D-311 High Speed Door

The DYNACO D-311 High Speed Door comes with crash forgiving and self reinserting technology as standard. The curtain will automatically reinsert itself if it becomes dislodged from an impact or other force allowing a reduction in repair costs and no production down time for your business.

Available in sizes up to 4000mm (w) by 4000mm (h), the DYNACO D-311 High Speed Door is available in a range of colours and can operate at temperatures as low as +5°C and up to +40°C.

► Opening Speed: Up to 2.0 m/s
► Superior Seal: The patented side guides and «BEAD» technology allows energy savings
► Crash Forgiving and Self-Reinserting without Intervention: The curtain automatically reinserts when dislodged. No repair costs, no production down time.
► User Safety: Flexible curtain without rigid elements
► Comfort of use: DYNACO wireless detector at the bottom
► Advanced Drive: Frequency driven motor and encoder for smooth operation and reliability. Wearable elements are reduced to a minimum
► DYNALOGICAL Control Box: User-friendly control box with self-diagnosis
► Conforms to EN13241-1

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