More major airport contracts for Hart

Published:  24 October, 2022

Hart Door Systems, the specialist engineering company headquartered in Westerhope, Newcastle upon Tyne, has won significant export orders for its automatic check-in doors and security shutters for baggage handling systems at Jizan airport, Jizan, capital of the Jizan Province, Saudi Arabia, and for an undisclosed international airport in Scandinavia.

“At Jizan we will supply 18 fire and six security shutters and for the Scandinavian project, where we have signed a Non-Disclosure Agreement, we will supply 12 high speed doors and security shutters. This shows the continuing need for safety and security within airports. Our specialist door systems play an integral part in controlling key areas,” says John Loftus, Hart’s exports manager.

“In essence Hart’s Industrial doors for airports are an essential part of security management and fire prevention by securing zones from the public or intruders and by providing a physical barrier against attack and by reducing fire spread,”

The Hart Speedor Conveyor door is designed to integrate with third-party baggage handling systems. It is supplied as a built unit with easy plug and play installation. Hart has extensive airport experience supplying a range of doors worldwide.

This unique level of product specialism for airports comes from a policy to drive door systems development and product testing that ensures the systems produced by Hart are reliable and work as specified. Hart doors are active across the globe on airport projects such as Dubai, London Heathrow, Baghdad, Bergen, London Gatwick, Newcastle, Aberdeen, Falklands, Vladivostok and Zimbabwe.

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