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Specialist doors for Energy from Waste plant

18 December 2018

These eight Speedor Storm doors are part of a mixed installation on a Scottish Energy from Waste (EfW) plant which, as well as the Speedors also includes 15 Hart Firebrand fire and security shutters.

The Speedors are 5m x 7m and are being installed on tipping bays. Their fast open/close cycles greatly reduce odour from the waste tipping process. Speedor Storms like this have now been installed on a number of new build waste transfer sites around the UK and are proving reliable and resistant to the challenging environment found on EfW sites.

Speedor Storm is one of eight products within Hart’s Speedor range of energy saving, industrial, high speed doors. Designed for frequent use in high traffic situations, Speedor Storms offer exceptional wind resistance to 70mph when closed, due to robust and reliable construction, as well as the unique guide system offering wind resistance up to class 5 as defined by DIN EN 12424.

Designed for intense use on larger external openings, Speedor Storms max dimensions 6m x 8m.

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Collaboration

Hart Door Systems has supplied eight fire shutters to form a specialist Baggage Handling System as part of Malta International Airport’s €12m Terminal Reconfiguration project.

The upgrade is designed to improve efficiency in handling over 16,000 tonnes of cargo and enhance the experience of its 6 million passengers annually.

John Loftus, Hart’s international estimator, said: “Having once again been chosen as preferred supplier to integrate our door systems to form this specialist Baggage Handling System, it demonstrates our expertise and reliability in security and fire control solutions, not to mention passenger experience.”

Hart is highly experienced in Airports having supplied safety, fire protection and security solutions to over 40 Airports worldwide.

 
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