ON-DEMAND HEAVY DUTY DOOR OPERATOR
Your answer to ADA's #1 issue: Accessibility
WHAT IS DOOR-AID?
Door-aid is an economical, easy-to-install power door opener which can be activated
from either the inside or the outside of the door or both. Door-aid allows physically challenged individuals, the elderly, or anyone laden with packages or children to open a door with just the touch of a button.
The door-aid is designed to achieve five basic but important objectives: safe operation, simple function, easy installation, low maintenance, and durability.
WHAT PROBLEMS DOES DOOR-AID SOLVE?
Exterior Use: Door-Aid will open an exterior door automatically, eliminating the force a physically challenged person must exert to open the door, a force which typically exceeds ADA door-pull requirements.
Interior Use: Door-Aid can make interior areas such as rest rooms and doorways accessible even when clearances do not comply with ADA requirements.
On-Demand Operation: Since the actuator arm is not connected to the door, there is no wear and tear on the Door-Aid when the door is opened manually. Door-Aid
receives up to 90% less wear than comparable systems.
& Easy Installation:
Door-Aid's simple door frame installation does not require that
anything be attached directly to the door. Normal installation
time is less than two hours.
Adjustable, maintenance-free motor:
The Door-Aid uses a high-torque electronically controlled DC motor
and features quiet cycling with force, speed and timing set during
Door-Aid offers mounting hardware for offset hinge, center pivot
and other types of hinge style doors to ensure installation in
virtually any situation. The Door-Aid can be mounted on the left
or right side of the door frame, irrespective of which way the
door opens. The Door-Aid can be installed to push or pull a door
open. The Door-Aid controller can be used to activate more than
one door simultaneously.
Wireless, remote-control push pads simplify and reduce the cost of
installation by eliminating the need for wiring.
The Door-Aid meets ANSI Code #156.19 for low energy door openers,
meets ADA requirements and is UL recognized. The door remains
usable in the event of a power outage.
Economical and Heavy Duty Design:
The Door-Aid is a commercial grade unit at a price usually
associated with light-duty, less-flexible products.