Designed to offer an inclusive overview of GEZE’s automatic operators and door systems, the new brochure introduces a wide range of products, allowing specifiers to compare the benefits and functionality of each.
To support this, the brochure provides information on specification: it advises readers on how they can select the right products for certain projects, when considering factors such as sustainability, accessibility and industry regulations.
The brochure features a series of double page spreads dedicated to each product, designed to simplify the comparison process. Each spread features technical drawings and a selection of in situ photographs, which showcase the products in a variety of different buildings.
It also offers information on supply, installation and supporting products, such as safety systems and activation devices. Details about repair and maintenance contracts can also be found within.
‘The Automatic Choice’ is available to download via GEZE’s website; alternatively, hard copies can be requested.
Phone: 01543 443000
Fax: 01543 443001
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