MEILLER CAT2®

Vandal-proof lift doors in compliance with EN 81-71, category 1 and 2

MEILLER CAT2® vandal-proof doors comply with EN 81-71, category 1 and 2 and are generally supplied with ScooterGuard® function without any extra charge.

MEILLER CAT2® vandal-proof doors are available in two versions:

  • impact tested according to category 2 (including ScooterGuard®)
  • impact tested and including all additional measures according to EN 81-71, category 2
  • both categories also meet the requirements of ScooterGuard® directive and FRA (Federal Railway Authority)

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TTS 25/TTK 25

S/K-2-R/L
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STS 26/STK 26

S/K-2-Z
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Dimensions

Type Door version Door width Door height    
TTS/TTK 25 S/K 2 R/L side-opening 2-panel 700 - 1400 mm 2000 - 2200 mm
STS/STK 26 S/K 2 Z centre-opening 2-panel 700 - 1400 mm 2000 - 2300 mm
TTS/TTK 28 S/K 4 Z centre-opening 4-panel 1300 - 1800 mm 2000 - 2300 mm


Intermediate sizes and other dimensions available on request.
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Quality features

Sills

The width of the groove for the bottom guide shoes is only 7 mm or can be completely closed (hidden track). Large smooth contact surface for the slide components of the bottom guide shoes.

Door transom

The doors are generally equipped with a 3 mm thick transom with side plates of sheet steel with zinc magnesium coating. As a result, the transom is very resistant to torsion, allowing it to connect to the landing wall over the entire width of the door.

Tracking rail

Long service life - use of wear resistant steel. High rigidity through optimised component geometry with great section modulus in the running direction and at 90°. High-quality running surface due to special precision manufacturing process. Low movement noise thanks to the low surface pressure between tracking rail and track roller. Subsequent replacement possible (tracking rail as separate component).

Drive/door control

Low-maintenance, variable speed DC drives integrated into the transom. Easily adjustable travel curves. No independent door movements without a command from the lift control system. Automatic door width determination. No limit switches necessary, since DOOR Open and DOOR Closed positions are automatically recognised. 7-segment display in controller.

Locking

For long service life, strength and safety: Low-wear mounting of moving parts, e.g.with rolling or sliding bearings. Optimum force transmission between the locking elements hook lock and latch (no leverage moment). For centre-opening doors, locking is generally not implemented by means of the guide cable, but rather the hook lock,
latch and latch retainer.

Door panel/guide shoes

Double-skin reinforced door panels 1.5 mm with increased stiffening. Reinforced bottom guide shoes with variable adjustment.

Easy to maintain

All components are easily accessible and can be replaced quickly and easily.

Hanger plates

For long service life and high strength: Use of high-quality materials. Easy replaceable wear parts (track rollers/kicking rollers). Sturdy component geometry as continuous plate with stiffening and reinforcing especially on the fast door panel. For optimum positive locking to the tracking rail: two track rollers and kicking rollers per hanger, fitted without play to the tracking rail. Reinforced collared kicking rollers made of steel on fast door panel. Door panels connected to the door hangers by means of reinforced eyebolts for optimum positive locking and infinite adjustability without pins.

Frame

Sheet thickness at least 2.0 mm. Closing weights inside the door frame for constant and controlled closing force.

Track and kicking rollers

Long service life thanks to use of: Low-maintenance roller bearings. High-performance plastics, e.g. cast polyamides. Minimum flattening characteristics. Accurate matching between track rollers and geometry of tracking rail results in low movement noise and long service life.

Skate

Complete closing of landing door and controlled locking of hook lock (no residual movement by closing spring or weight), since both skate brackets carry out a relative movement in relation to one another after the car door closes. Support of the moving levers and skate brackets by means of high-quality roller bearings (e.g. double deep groove ball bearings or needle bearings). High-quality materials for skate bracket and lever mechanisms (galvanised steel, no aluminium injection moulding or plastic). Skate with mechanical car door locking mechanism.

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