Sliding Door for Regional Trains

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Masats

Sliding Plug Door

A robust and reliable system. The Masats 00Gb sliding door for regional trains has been designed to reduce costs throughout the product lifecycle and for a safer and better passenger experience.

  • Sliding plug door
  • 24v, 48v and 72v electric system
  • Hidden rubbers system improves esthetics
  • Safety: Dual sensitivity, by means of sensitive electric rubber and by control unit
  • Anti-drag system
  • Manoeuvre time: 2,5 – 4,5 seconds (customizable from control unit)
  • Electronic control
  • Double safety locking system
    • Overcenter
    • Mechanical locking
  • Isulation system (door out-of-service)
  • Antivandal lower latching pins
  • Sandwitch type door panel with structural insulation

Advantages

  • Simple and robust design
  • Compact mechanism, minimum dimensions
  • Light weight mechanism
  • Easy to install and regulate, there by reducing assembly costs
  • Optium watertightness, acoustically and thermally
  • Robust and reliable guiding system
  • Adjustement between leaves and mechanismis is fixed, there by allowing easy regulation and installation of the system in the 3 dimensions.

Technical Data

  • Weight: 155Kg for an opening width of 1300mm
  • Outward movement: 80mm
  • Free opening: 1200 to 1500mm
  • Communications: CAN, Ethernet, RS485, USB
  • According to: EN14752 / EN50121/ EN45545/ IEC61373/ VDV111

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