The number one selling automatic sliding door in North America.
This state-of-the-art automatic door boasts a wealth of benefits, from handling high foot traffic to keeping your entrances compliant with accessibility laws.
Dura-Glide® 2000/3000 Models
Our Dura-Glide® doors are some of our most popular sellers. Explore our Dura-Glide models.
Full Breakout (3000 only)
All door panels swing out allowing for maximum width for emergency egress.
Partial Breakout (2000 only)
Only the sliding panels breakout for emergency egress.
All glass doors and sidelights with breakout.
The Dura-Glide® GreenStar comes with an air infiltration package and meets ASTM E283.
The Dura-Glide® Difference
The highest horsepower motor in the industry comes standard. Enjoy years of high performance without uneven closing, squeaking or header sag.
Safety and Security Above and Beyond
Presence sensors come with redundant monitoring. Security, theft prevention and liability protection options.
Dura-Glide® 2000/3000 Benefits
Designed with you in mind, our Dura-Glide® automatic sliding doors are completely customizable to meet your precise needs and specifications. Our clean-room rated designs are sleek and sophisticated while still providing you with the utmost protection.
Compliance with all U.S. and Canada accessibility laws
Various hardware options and special finishes available.
Low Energy Features
Energy-efficient features, including a low energy consumption operator.
Full Energy Features
Full energy opening speeds range from 0.5'–2.5’ per second.
Medium to High Foot Traffic
A cost effective way to direct traffic flow; the right side panel is used for ingress and the left for egress.
High Horsepower Motor
The highest horsepower motor in the industry means the door will operate with less effort and less wear and tear on the motor.
Tie Rod Panel Construction
Since it's constructed using a long rod that goes all the way across the door, the door can’t fall apart (as opposed to corner clip construction).
Synchronous Belt Drive
As opposed to linear and screw drives, the synchronous belt drive (a belt with teeth) means it won't slip or come off-track.
Add-Ons & Accessories
We've been experts in automatic doors for over 80 years, and our Dura-Glide® doors are some of our most popular models. Have questions? We've got the answers.
Typically, this door comes with a mechanical lock. It's keyed on the outside with a thumb turn on the inside. Note that when the door is locked, it doesn’t break out. Varying access control options are also available, such as a retinal scanner, key switch, keypad, or card reader.
Only the Dura-Glide® 2000 can sit on the ground without any track. This is because only the sliding panels break out. The Dura-Glide® 3000 requires a track/threshold because all panels break out.
The Dura-Glide® 2000/3000 is a robust sliding door system based on traditional stile and rail panels in narrow and medium stiles. The wider you make the stiles, the less the door can slide (less CDO).
- Security strobe
- Transom with different numbers of verticals
- Custom finishing
- Different bottom rails
- Threshold options for 3000
- Different control switches, keyed or not keyed
- Uninterruptable power supply
- Wind dampers
- Panel closers
- Clean room certified option
- Different kinds of glass
Stanley Dura-Glide® 2000/3000 Series sliding automatic entrances are equipped with a “breakout” feature that allows for fast emergency exit, with or without power. Simply pushing on the sliding panel will release the panel to swing out. On a 2000 Series, only the sliding panels break out; on 3000 the sliding panel and adjacent sidelight breakout.
Run your “Daily Safety Check", keep door and threshold clear of obstructions.
Specifically tailored to meet your needs, STANLEY Access Technologies' service contracts utilize planned maintenance schedules to reduce service interruptions and minimize costly repairs. Each contract includes routine 14-point inspections, cleaning, lubrication, code/compliance service checks and can include options for increased cost savings on parts and labor.
All members of the American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers (AAADM) make their automatic doors and components in compliance with the Standard for Power Operated Pedestrian Doors, ANSI/BHMA A156.10, or Standard for Power Assist and Low Energy Power Operated Doors ANSI/BHMA A156.19. This national consensus standard defines and governs such things as installation, sensing devices, and safety requirements for automatic pedestrian doors.
Not necessarily, but they are frequently the most cost-effective solution, especially if there are space limitations. You should consult with your architect to determine the optimal door type. What criteria should be used to determine the type of automatic door to install? Your architect should determine the specific type of door. Conditions to consider are building space limitations, personnel traffic patterns, and levels, egress requirements, plus wind conditions for outside doors.
Typically, safety sensors above the doors regulate door openings and closings. A properly maintained automatic door will not close if there is something or someone in the way. Naturally, though, people should exercise reasonable caution and keep moving when passing through automatic doors. Also, note that doors operating under the “Low Energy” standard, ANSI/BHMA A156.19 do not require safety sensors.
The delay time after opening is user-adjustable varies depending on the standard being applied and the type of operator. Typically for a swinging “Low Energy” application (push to operate), it is 5 seconds and 1.5 to 2.5 seconds for fully automatic swing doors with appropriate safety systems in place. Controls allow adjustment up to 50 seconds.
Automatic sliding doors are available in single slide, bi-part slide, and telescopic slide, and bifold configurations. As a rule, these are furnished as complete packages and can be surface mounted or jamb mounted, and can incorporate integrated transoms. Slide doors typically include an operator, header, track, carrier wheels, sliding door panel(s), sidelite panel(s), jambs, lock, and activation/safety system. Other options are also available.
AAADM stands for The American Association of Automatic Door Manufacturers. They are a trade association of manufactures of automatic pedestrian door systems.
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