New range enables the disabled, children and elderly to overcome opening heavy fire doors
Global diversified industrial company, Ingersoll-Rand has launched in the Middle East the Briton 2700 series of cast-iron overhead door closers.
Designed to protect buildings against fire and smoke whilst providing ease of accessibility, the new range enables the disabled, children and particularly the elderly to overcome the problem of not having sufficient strength to open a fire door.
The new series is available in cam-action, slide channel door closer in a compact, overhead surface fixed unit that combines easy opening with safe, reliable closing, the manufacturer said.
It also features the company’s ‘Fast PowerAdjust’ function,which provides installers and maintenance engineers with a visual guide to the strength of the closer, resulting in a more accurate power setting for a door,according to Ingersoll-Rand vice-president of Sales, John Diedam.
“This allows installers to quickly identify and adjust spring power which helps solve the problem of determining the correct door closer spring adjustment for the size of door being used and in doing so provides a convenient solution to one of the key problems highlighted by installers” said Diedam.
Ingersoll-Rand had established its regional headquarters in Dubai in 2006.