Safety equipment


Safety has always been a key feature of NASSAU’s products, and in NASSAU 9000 we have developed the safest door ever produced. NASSAU 9000 meets all requirements under EN 13 241-1. The notifying enterprise is the Danish Technological Institute (No. 1235). 

Electrically operated doors have also been approved under the EU Machinery Directive.

Tests carried out by:

Teknologisk insitut


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Finger protection between sections

The convex and concave section tops and bottoms fit perfectly together, preventing fingers or other objects from becoming trapped between the sections.

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Cable break protection*

With cable break protection fitted, the door is prevented from falling to the ground if either or both of the door’s lifting wires should break.

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Spring break protection

With spring break protection fitted, the door is prevented from falling to the ground if the door’s torsion spring breaks.

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Internal wire run

The door lifting cable is fed inside the rail assembly itself, minimizing the risk of contact between the cable and people or objects.

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Finger protection disks on door rollers*

Fitting a finger protection disk in front of the door rollers in the guide rail prevents injuries caused by fingers getting trapped between the door rollers and the guide rail.

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Safety photo cells

On electrically operated doors, safety photocells are fitted where required, to automatically stop the door if there is an obstacle in the door opening during closing.

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Bottom safety edge switch

All doors with electric drives with impulse operation (ED420/ED420A) are equipped with an pneumatic safety edge switch in the bottom section.
If the safety switch registers the slightest contact with people or objects during closing, the door will stop and immediately return to open position.

* Option