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COVID-19 Isolation Door
Clean room doors are corrosion -resistant, easy to clean and easy to install. The door frame width is adjustable. The power beam is an aluminum extrusion with a service life of over 1 million times. This Door system is widely applied to hospitals to be used as isolation door.
Specifications Of COVID-19 Isolation Door COVID-19
Model: Isolation Door
Door Body Material Galvanized Steel/Stainless Steel
Door Filler Aluminium Honeycomb /Paper Honeycomb
Door Frame Galvanized Steel
Door Thickness 50MM, accept custom sizes
Window Tempered Glass
Standard Door Opening Size(mm) 800*2100/900*2100/1200*2100/1300*2100/1500*2100/1800*2100
Door Configuration: Single-leaf/Double-leaf
Max Weight 50KG
Lock L Shape
Seal Rubber tape
Opening Type: Swing or Automatic
Package: Caron,Wooden Box
Surface Treatment: Paint Baking, Electrostatic spraying
MOQ and Lead Time: 1set,3days
Features Of COVID-19 isolation room door COVID-19
Strong, good-looking, classic
Double Glazed glass window to help check door inside situation
Durable Stainless-Steel Chains and lock system
Sealed with rubber tapes around the door
Xinyi Door Co., Ltd. is a doors manufacturing company, we provide fire door isolation, high pressure laminate door, industrial style doors and etc. Want to know door price or more information about us, please Feel free to contact us at any time.
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