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Horton Automatics has been designing, manufacturing and selling automatic doors since 1960, when they developed the first automatic sliding door in America. Horton Automatics' product line is installed in commercial, industrial, and institutional locations. Horton Automatics is a division of Overhead door Corporation. Overhead Door invented the first upward-acting door in 1921 and the first electric door opener in 1926. Today, The parent company of Overhead Door Corporation is Sanwa Holdings Corporation. Sanwa was established in 1956 as a shutter manufacturer and today is the number one manufacturer of construction products in Japan.

Horton Entrance Solutions has a full line of door systems including Automatic Sliding Doors, ICU/CCU & Healthcare Door Systems, Hurricane Rated Door Systems, Swinging Door Systems, Folding Door Systems, and Revolving Door Systems.

Automatic Sliding Doors

Horton Automatics sliding door systems are used in a wide range of commercial and industrial applications. Door configurations are available in two, three or four panel designs, single sliding, or bi parting.

Healthcare Door Systems

Horton Automatics has a wide range of healthcare solutions, including bi fol and bi swinging ICU doors, negative pressure sliding doors, smoke rated sliding and swinging doors, and patient room sliding doors.

Hurricane Rated Door Systems

Horton Automatics has products to meet hurricane coastal area requirements that can provide the correct pressure rating for the entrance.

Swinging & Folding Door Systems

Horton Automatics has swinging and folding door systems including low energy and full power swing doors, heavy duty swing operators, folding doors, fire door swing operators, bi fold and bi swinging doors, lead lined swing doors, and restroom swing operators.

Revolving Door Systems

Horton Automatics has revolving doors that can provide energy efficiency and the ability to move large amounts of people through an opening. Their revolving systems can be automatic or manual revolving door systems.

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