The Ins and Outs of Revolving Doors
The built environment is an energy-guzzler. The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) states in this country alone, buildings account for 41 percent of energy use, 73 percent of electricity consumption and 38 percent of all CO2 emissions, and 13.6 percent potable water consumption. Globally, buildings use 40 percent of raw materials, or about 3 billion tons annually.* Fortunately, the type of doors we select can have a big impact on a building's energy profile.
Revolving doors provide a constant airlock at the entrance, reducing air infiltration by up to 90% compared to swinging or sliding doors. The result is energy savings, and an inviting and more spacious entrance area. If you’re ready for revolving doors, the possibilities are endless. Download the “Ins and Outs of Revolving Doors” to learn more about the features and design elements as they relate to user comfort and safety, as well as code requirements and a specification checklist.
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