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Turning heads with the ECturn Inside


The UK’s leading door and window control system manufacturer, GEZE UK, is launching a highly versatile, concealed automatic swing door drive.

Discretely mounted inside the door frame the ECturn Inside automatically opens and closes doors ‘invisibly’ making it ideal for entrance areas, offices and conference rooms.

For contractors working in a healthcare environment including hospitals, care homes and laboratories that demand products that offer safety in use, are suitable for users with restricted mobility, and where touchless operation is required to reduce the risk of infection spreading, the ECturn Inside is perfect.

The drive and control unit are not visible, making it easy to fully integrate into wood or metal doors with a minimum width of 55mm without compromising the overall design.

The ECturn Inside can work with a number of control options which allow the system to be tailored to specific user requirements.

The drive can be used for automatic and manual opening in addition to automatic closing in accordance with DIN 18650. The ECturn Inside offers a low energy setting as well as automatic and to make it even easier for users it has three operating modes; “automatic”, “permanently open” and “night”.

Suitable for all types of mounting, it can also be easily retrofitted into existing buildings. Built to the highest quality standards and meeting stringent safety requirements, the versatile door drive is suitable for internal doors with leaf widths up to 1100mm and up to 125kg. The control unit can be installed up to 10 metres away from the drive, offering design freedom in the room.

GEZE UK’s sales director Andy Howland said: “For contractors looking for a highly adaptable yet discreet design, the ECturn Inside is a great new option. Combining functionality, reliability and cost-effectiveness, it’s ideal for public buildings that have a lot of internal doors. In fact, the ECturn Inside meets all the requirements for barrier-free construction and living.”