Entrematic offers a manual egress option on their Dynaco high performance doors. Designed to be compliant with the 2015 International Building Code (IBC) requirements for egress, this solution meets the fundamental principles of many other competing and complimentary codes. Most building codes require a powered door provide a manual means of egress in the event of an electric outage.
Parking garages and auto dealerships are two locations that require reliable service doors, but often do not have sufficient space to mount a truly secure solution. The latest Dynaco door from Entrematic solves this problem by providing a highly reliable aluminum door that requires minimal space above and beside the door opening.
New D-313 Cleanroom Door Reduces Particles, Minimizes Air Exchange
The new Dynaco D-313 Cleanroom door is a high-performance door solution certified as suitable for ISO-6 level cleanroom applications. It improves upon the standard D-313 by providing an enhanced seal and using materials that generate fewer microscopic particles. Similar to the standard D-313, this high-speed door will reduce the air exchange within clean environments.
New door improves wind resistance without compromising safety
Entrematic is pleased to introduce the next generation of gravity-assisted high performance doors. The Dynaco D4 door retains the slim design and quiet operation of other gravity doors, but also offers increased resistance to high winds or air pressure differential.
Dynaco Entrematic Doors on Display at Two Tradeshows in January
You won’t have to travel far to see the safest, high-performance doors for food production, processing and distribution. Whether you’re on the west coast or east coast, we’ll be at a trade show near you.
Architects find it easy to specify Dynaco doors in their new designs because we provide the information they need, in the format that they require. Through our partner ARCAT, we provide written specifications, CAD drawings and BIM objects for all of our door models.