In the swing
It’s not often that Astragal is moved to celebrate anything as mundane as an underfloor swing-door operator. But one installed by manufacturer Tormax should help bring an end to a major source of embarrassment to the profession – or at least to the RIBA. Installed under a swing door next to the revolving entrance of the institution’s listed headquarters in London's Portland Place, the operator should help with DDA compliance without damaging the protected ...
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