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Jack Door Goes Back to School

Kent-based Sealtite Group chose Jack Aluminium’s thermally enhanced Jack Door TD68 for a new build project at Branfil Primary School in Essex.

As well as choosing Jack Aluminium as its system supplier for the school project, Sealtite has also installed the door as the main entrance at its own new factory premises in Dartford.

“The TD68 meets the standards needed for installing in school buildings and busy public areas where footfall is high,” says Rob Cherry, Sales Director at Sealtite Group. “We recently moved our own factory to new premises and used the Jack Door for our main entrance. It seemed fitting to use the TD68 when there are so many Jack Doors going through our new factory every day.”

Jack Door TD68 is designed to give excellent thermal performance and includes a thermally broken threshold to help achieve a U-value of 1.7. It can take electric strike opening as standard and there’s an optional automatic door header bar making it ideal for high throughput doors. And high security comes as standard with a heavy duty external bead and PAS023 & 024 accreditation.

Jeff Pearson, sales director of Jack Aluminium said: “The number of schools and universities across the country with the Jack Door TD68 installed is really impressive and were really pleased that customers are choosing the product for themselves as well.”



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