With a floor-installed, sealed compartment for its electrical and mechanical components, the new ED400-IG Automatic Operator from DORMA Entrance Systems is ideal for glass doors in all-glass storefronts as well as other swing door applications that demand clean aesthetics.
The unobtrusive placement of the ED400-IG’s components also make the product suitable for uniquely shaped doors – such as arched, irregular or historically accurate configurations – that would be difficult to accommodate with conventional overhead automatic hardware.
Compatible with new construction and retrofit applications, the ED400-IG operator features a remarkably compact 32” x 6” x 7” deep compartment that’s recessed in a weatherproof steel container and secured in the floor. The operator’s robust drive unit can accommodate doors up to 800 pounds. The drive directs energy to the door’s pivot in a rotating motion. This enables a consistent, smooth opening and closing action.
Appropriate for ADA-compliant applications, the ED400-IG can operates in a low energy mode,and offers functionality such as push & go, power close and a lock interface. Extended hubs for terrazzo or other special flooring requirements are also available.
For more information about the ED400-IG, contact DORMA Entrance Systems at 1-877-367-6211 or visit www.dorma-usa.com 
About DORMA Group North America
DORMA Group North America manufactures and markets a wide range of products for the architectural openings industry, with a particular focus on commercial and institutional openings. Part of The DORMA Group worldwide, DORMA Group North America comprises DORMA Architectural Hardware, DORMA Glas, Modernfold, DORMA Canada, DORMA Mexico, and DORMA Entrance Systems -- which markets products and services under the DORMA Automatics, Crane Revolving Door and Carolina Door Controls brands.
DORMA Group North America offerings include safety and security products, locks, door closers, exit devices, glass hardware and patch fittings, sliding and swinging automatic doors, revolving doors and operable partitions.