The swinging doors are also often called swinging doors or saloon doors, which is due to their special function. Swinging doors can be opened in both directions of passage, swinging through accordingly and have no stop. After opening, the swing door swings back to the closed position, where it is usually held by springs. In this way, the swing door does not need to be closed manually, but it swings back automatically.
The advantage of the swinging door is that you can push the door open with your shoulder or knee and foot. Therefore, it should be used in places where you do not have a free hand. Therefore, the use of the swing door is suitable, for example, in the catering industry, where the kitchen and the restaurant area are separated by a swing door. However, it can also be an advantage to use a swinging door in the in-house dining room.
Shower swing doors
Glass swinging shower doors are popularly used in home bathrooms. However, swinging glass doors are also commonly found in the bathroom area of the hotel industry. In the often wet and humid environment, a shower swing door is advantageous because it can close independently. In combination with an appropriate swing protection, the shower swing door thus prevents the bathroom from overflowing with water.
Swing doors kitchens
Swinging doors in the kitchen are particularly practical. Thus, even without a free hand, you always have the opportunity to open the door by pressing against it with your leg or arm. Due to the self-closing mechanism, the door closes behind you. In the catering industry, swing doors in the kitchen area are therefore often used, because the door closes behind the staff and unauthorized persons are prevented from entering.