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New DMF traffic door makes big impact

02-09-2010
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The new high impact traffic door from Sydney based company DMF international is ideal for busy workplaces.

This is a solid swinging door, comprising a PU foam core and tough ABS surface. With the option of impact “teardrop” bumpers, the traffic door is a tough contender for those busy openings.

The doors swing 180 degrees and return to the closed position by dual concealed spring systems.

This means that users can push their way through by hand, or by pushing the trolley into the door, without fear of damage.

They can be custom made to size, and are available in various colours.

DMF International manufactures and supplies specialised doors designed to control temperature, dust and noise.

DMF International
1800 281 170
www.dmf.com.au

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