Jewers Doors Supplies Siemens Mobility with New Electric Depot Doors

In partnership with contractors GMI Construction Group PLC, Jewers Doors supplied Siemens Mobility’s fantastic new train manufacturing facility in Goole with 5 sets of Swift-SEW electrically operated depot doors.

New Electric Depot Doors

The Swift-SEW bi-folding door has been purpose designed to accommodate the taller openings, overhead electrification wires and rail tracks through the doorway, not forgetting the daily operational demands and unrivalled safety requirements of modern rail maintenance depots.

Based on the original Swift door, the Swift-SEW incorporates sturdier hardware and a powerful central inverter drive unit working in tandem with a programmable smart relay control board to create an extremely smooth, safe, and future-proof door system that will last as long as the building.

Electric Depot Doors

Key Features​

  • Side-hung and without a floor track to ensure door leaves glide across rail tracks.
  • Electrically operated via a smooth, powerful, fast and efficient helical-worm gear motor producing high torque.
  • Effortless and instant low-level manual override handle.
  • Door closes around overhead electrification wires (OLE).
  • Designed for openings up to 5 metres wide and up to 7 metres high (max 32.5m2)
  • Multi programmable smart relay control board provides complete flexibility of operation.
  • Control board integrates with BMS (building management system) and DPS (depot protection system) to create ultimate safety.
  • Automatic solenoid floor bolts provide additional security and protect against high winds.

This article was originally published by Jewers Doors.

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