International Door & Operator Industry

SEP-OCT 2018

Garage door industry magazine for garage door dealers, garage door manufacturers, garage door distributors, garage door installers, loading docks, garage door operators and openers, gates, and tools for the door industry.

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PRODUCTNEWS New Sacramento Post Office Doors are Strong and Secure Industrial Door Company, a local commercial door business since 1985, just replaced the doors at a Sacramento postal center with strong, long-lasting Chase doors. These doors provide security, durability, and ease of use for the post office and public. The post office at the North Highlands postal center in Sacramento had old, worn doors from years of wear and tear. The United States Postal Service (USPS) installed new Chase Proline 600 Postal Security doors that are engineered to withstand heavy public traffic. The new doors meet the strictest safety and security standards set by the USPS but are still lightweight enough to open easily and smoothly for postal customers. There are windows so that employees can see what's happening from either side of the door. They feature safety glass, heavy-duty bumpers, security bars, safety bolts, tamper-proof fasteners and hardware, hinge guards, steel internal reinforcement, and directional signs to guide their use. For more information, please visit Douglass Technologies showcased the DOOR ALLY at IDA 2018 Expo DOOR ALLY seamlessly integrates with your commercial operator to provide the current status of your door's movements, indicating the exact second that the open door will begin to close. In addition to displaying Open, Close and the time remaining until the door begins closing, the Door Ally will inform the user of any safety system failure by displaying Safe. The system is comprised of a PLC unit wired to the operator which incorporates a timer that can be set to the exact number of seconds you require the door to remain open. This time can be set up immediately or modified at a later date. The DOOR ALLY is connected to a digital display for ingress, egress, or both directions of traffic via CAT5 cables using plug and play connections. DOOR ALLY supports most UL325 compliant commercial operators as well as older mechanical operators with monitored safety systems. For more information, please visit douglass.tec. Earth Leakage Monitoring Relays CARLO GAVAZZI is proud to announce the launch of two new Earth Leakage Monitoring Relays, the DEA71 and DEB71. When used in conjunction with a CTG Series Core Balance Current Transformer and appropriate circuit breaker, they provide machine protection against fault currents, and help to reduce fire hazards. These earth leakage relays react to small changes in current, which can occur due to insulation or grounding failure. Two models, each offering choices of threshold ranges, allow users to find the right solution for their unique requirements. The DEA71 features fixed trip, levels which offer time-saving installation, with a reliable tripping level and safety against tampering. The DEB71 provides ability to adjust trip levels and includes an adjustable time delay; a lockable front cover provides further tamper protection. They conform to global standards such as UL 508, CSA C22.2 and EN 60947-2 Annex M. For more information, please visit 88 International Door & Operator Industryâ„¢

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