• Swing Doors are doors that can be opened in either direction and is closed by a spring device when released. Generally used as an entry type made of aluminium or glass. Used in public buildings with its technical feature being security. Swing doors can single or double door with aluminium frame and glazed or solid infill of steel or white laminate.
  • Sliding Doors are doors that slide along tracks, often for space or aesthetic considerations. A bypass door generally has two or more sections. The doors can slide in both directions along one axis on parallel overhead tracks, sliding past each other. Most commonly used in closets, in order to access one side of the closet at a time. In order not to have a visible gap between them, the doors in a bypass unit overlap a tad when viewed from the front. Doors which slide in-between two wall panels are called pocket doors. Sliding glass doors are also popular for use for the entrances to commercial structures, although they are not counted as fire exit doors. The door that moves is known as the active leaf, while the remaining door that is always fixed is called the inactive leaf.
  • Automatic Sliding doors are powered open and closed either by spring, electricity, or both. An automatically opening door is activated by a sensor that detects incoming traffic. Sensors for automatic doors can be a pressure sensor, an infrared curtain or beam which shines invisible light onto sensors; if someone or something blocks the beam the door is triggered open, a motion sensor, a remote sensor Automatically opening doors are generally fitted with safety sensors. A device is set in current automatic doors to ensure that door will be in open state in case of power failure.
  • Manual Sliding – Teamwork glass solutions even offer for manual sliding door, which is a type of sliding door, typically hinged, but attached by other mechanisms such as tracks, technical devices in front of the opening which is used for entering and exiting a commercial building. These doors are to be opened manually, or powered electronically. Modern manual door slider has our glass applications. This slider can be set to return the door to a closed position, or fix it open at 0°, that is for (parallel) sliding.