Meet the expectation that occupants can comfortably socialize, work, and hang out in the lobby regardless of the season.
Revolving doors significantly reduce a building’s energy consumption. However, the revolving door acts as an air lock, bringing in people, and also outside temperatures and fumes, into the lobby. In climates with temperature extremes, adding the Architectural RevolvAir over the revolving door works to negate the airlock effect. The air stream traps unwanted outside air within the revolving door chambers as they rotate past the interior opening.
This keeps the lobby comfortable for those spending time in it, and further reduces the building’s overall energy usage.