Sliding doors are doors that slide on a track, so automatic sliding doors are Simply sliding doors with automatic devices that moves them along their tracks. This is very useful for public areas.
These are doors with special device which automatically swings the door panels shut after it’s been opened, the device prevents banging of the door panels.
These typically consists of three or four door panel (wings or leafs) that hangs on a central shaft and rotates around a vertical axis within a cylindrical enclosure. Panels are usually made of glass and typically have a speed control device (Governor) to prevent people from spinning the door too fast. Manual revolving door rotates with push bars, causing all wings to rotate, while automatic revolving door are powered above/below the central shaft or along the perimeter.
Curved sliding doors
These are sliding doors with curved tracks and panels, this means that the glass for the panels will be curved too. Curving of glasses can be achieved with special glass treatment.
A folding door is a type of door which opens by folding back in sections or panels. Folding doors are also known as ‘bi-fold doors. These are highly useful when space management is desired. They can come in aluminium framed ,frameless or wooden designs.