Geze’s range of door technology (overhead door closers, integrated door closers, floorsprings), glass systems, automatic door systems (automatic swing, sliding & revolving door systems) ventilation systems (RWA & natural ventilation systems), door furniture and emergency exit hardware.
The automatic door systems from GEZE open up an almost unlimited range of door design options. The most modern of innovative drives in which high performance capability, security, convenience and design are a priority and go towards ensuring that the automatic door solutions from GEZE are both the focus and the eye catcher of every entrance area. Automatic swing doors are characterised by a simple assembly process and they can also be retrofitted. Automatic sliding door systems from GEZE are modern, space-saving and elegant. Automatic revolving doors are used in the entrance areas for large and representative buildings…
Boogertman + Partners who attended to the design and fit-out of these new offices, challenged GEZE to specify high quality door closing,safety and lock cylinders solutions. There was a critical need to focus on delivering a consistent and reliable experience for the occupants, while ensuring a beautiful streamlined aesthetic.
Combining attractive styling with quality engineering the Exidor Range emergency exit hardware offers bolts, vertical pullman and horizontal catches, it’s own mortice latch and actuators to give a solution for most emergency exit requirements.
SE Controls Africa (SECAF) exhibiting its extensive range of smoke control, environmental ventilation and window automation solutions at this year’s Securex fire and security trade show, which takes place between 22nd and 24th May at the Gallagher Convention Centre, Midrand, Johannesburg, South Africa.
A practical and elegant solution to serving wine at the right temperature comes in the form of the new wine-conditioning unit from Miele – the KWT 6112 iG ed/cs. Hardly larger than a microwave oven; it fits with ease in the smallest of kitchens and is even an eye-catcher in an open-plan living space.
Fire statistics published by the Fire Protection Association of South Africa show that 376 South Africans died in the more than 40 000 fires that occurred in 2007. As many as 9 746 fires were reported to have occurred in South African private homes during the same period, resulting in losses of more than R573bn.