A number of hospitals throughout New Zealand have installed CS Automatic units recognising the practical and aesthetic benefits of these doors.
The theatres at Ormiston Hospital in South Auckland have automatic frameless glass cavity sliders with large push buttons that can be operated with the nudge of an elbow. Automated timber cavity sliders lead to the drug rooms and laboratories, providing self-closing and locking security.
Braemar Hospital in Hamilton was one of the first hospitals to utilise CS touch-free entry devices for their staff toilets. The doors are opened by an infra red hand swipe device that emits a short contact beam, a quick wave of the hand will open the door reducing the risk of germs spreading via a door handle. The 10mm toughened glass door leaf is extremely easy to keep clean.
The CS AutoCav fits into a standard thickness wall (90mm framing) and is compatible with most control switching devices.
It is available as a Single or Bi-Parting (double) unit with or without a door fitted.
In the event of power failure, the door can be manually opened or a battery backup can be supplied.
CS For Doors has a number of other products suited to the health care industry, including CS X-Ray Barrier and CS SoundStop cavity sliders, extra thick aluminium jambs for heavy use areas and a range of commercial sliding door hardware suitable for use with their CL100 Mortice Lock.