Title: Revolving Doors Always Closed: Styles, Types, Designs
Year: 1910 (1910s)
Authors: Van Kannel Revolving Door Co. "G.W. Gaden"
Subjects: Division 08 Openings Entrances Storefornts and Curtain Walls Entrances Revolving Door Entrances Glass Doors Plans
Publisher: Van Kannel Revolving Door Co. "G.W. Gaden"
Contributing Library: Canadian Centre for Architecture
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and revolve on the lower pivot. Two rigid metal drop-arms engage automatically with,ajd hold the four wings extended, and are arranged to permit the wings being folded in the central position,(bee i-ig. 3.) Each wmg has a metal hand rail attached on the approaching side, also a PUSH plate on theouter stilra. The outer edge of each wing is provided with a wide pliable strip (to prevent injury to hands)also weather strips at top and bottom of each wing, all of which make the door weather proof. Two mtealbolU of special make, attached to top of wings, fasten wings in central open or locked position. The entire structure will be shipped complete ready to erect(except glass and fillingpieces between revolving door and the building entrance), with full directions for erect-ing the same. Note: Any other design of woodwork may be used in conjunction with B fixtures.When wntmg for information and prices, be guided by Directions for Measure-ments, page 45. 32 VAN KANNEL REVOLVING DOOR COMPANY /
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FACTORY TYPE REVOLVING DOOR It is of great advantagein many departments ofmanufacture to exclude dust,noise, smoke, fumes, etc.,from certain parts of the es-tablishment, as in TextileMills, Dye Houses, MetalWorks, Carpet Cleaning,Electro-Plating, Paintworks,Spice Mills, etc. It often occurs that aroom containing grmdmgand polishing machinery, itsair laden with the keen _.^ ^, _™^ P . cutting dust from emery figure 36 style l wheelsand^rindstones adjoins a room containing fine lathes, planers and other costly machinery* Or a room containing some nerve-racking noise from macKinery or work, adjoinsa room where quiet is most essential. Or a room containing acid baths or other chemicals, in process of manufacture,or used m factory vv^ork, which should be confined to the room. Or a passageway leading to a varnish room, where all dust should be carefullyexcluded. All these difficulties can be remedied by the. use of revolving doors, of thefactory type. An important use for the Revolving Do
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