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Healthcare facility door Medicare
for clean roomsfor the pharmaceutical industrysliding

healthcare facility door
healthcare facility door
healthcare facility door
healthcare facility door
healthcare facility door
healthcare facility door
healthcare facility door
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Application domain
for healthcare facilities, for clean rooms, for the pharmaceutical industry
Opening type
GRP, glass
Other characteristic
automatic, hermetic, double-leaf, antibacterial


A completely transparent door provides ample light and in doing so advances the patient's living conditions. Additionally, it offers the nurses the possibility to observe the patient. The Metaflex Medicare Glass was originally developed for quarantine spaces, to allow for a visual opening despite the barrier created by the door. Now, the Glass also provides openness, light and transparency to many treatment rooms and laboratories. When opening and closing the Medicare sliding door, hardly any air movement is created. In situations with conditioned or contaminated air behind the door, this is very important. The airtight seal maintains the overpressure up to at least 100 pascal without leakage (ANSI/UL1784). The unique closing system ensures that the door also retains its airtight seal in case of significant under- or overpressure. Uncontrolled air flow through your doors can thus be prevented Properties Finishing Completely smooth Free passage Equal to inside frame width (flush opener) or - 120 mm with hygienic opener Inside frame width (mm) 800 to 1,700 Inside frame height (mm) 2,100 to 2,600 Airtight Yes, according to EN 1026/12207 class D (4) Cold smoke-proof Yes (in accordance with EN 1634-3 standard) 100% freedom of design Yes, by means of Imagine foil Medical earthing G1, G2 Declaration of Conformity CE marked
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