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MYONE, a world-leader in sliding door automation products, is recommended by entry-solution company, GDR Architectural, as a way to combat the harsh conditions faced by specialist commercial buildings located in extreme environments.
While most commercial buildings will place security as their highest concern, the Myone Works IP65 rated sliding door is ideal for businesses where harsh conditions are common – this could include industrial butcheries, marine operations, or extreme-low-temperature chillers. When businesses operate in these conditions, it’s crucial that all automated systems – especially doors that provide security and safety – operate at full capacity.
The Myone Works differs from traditional sliding door operators for a few reasons. The first is that, due to its stainless-steel components, the Works features an enclosing motor box, gearbox, and control unit. The second is a trustworthy continuous operation, 100 per cent frequency capability. Able to withstand conditions of up to 50 degrees Celsius, and still fully functional at sub-zero temperatures as low as -15 degrees Celsius, the Myone Works is just one of the leading sliding door automation products available from GDR Architectural.
Sourcing products that suit the environment is a key element to GDR Architectural’s approach - ensuring all Myone products meet New Zealand’s building standards and their intended purpose. As the only supplier of Myone Works in the New Zealand market, GDR Architectural are proud to offer the benefits of sliding door automation product to Kiwi customers for the very first time.
If you’d like to consider upgrading or improving the automatic doors in your commercial building, contact the expert team at GDR Architectural today. For more information on the Myone products available for your commercial building, including installation advice and product recommendations, simply visit www.gdr.co.nz or phone 0800 30 70 50 today. GDR Architectural offices are located at 127 Diana Drive, Glenfield, Auckland.