Sectional Wicket Doors
While a wicket door can be built into an ALU or ISO Alpha door, we recommend that wherever possible pedestrian traffic and goods traffic be kept apart.
In other words, a permanent wicket door in the façade, separate from the sectional door, or a permanent wicket door next to the sectional door.
The wicket door can be built into the sectional door, but this may affect the door’s stability.
It also presents limitations in terms of the door’s width,
height and threshold height, as a result of which the gate may not meet the current legal requirements for an emergency exit. Always discuss your plans
with the local authorities so you can be sure you’re choosing the right wicket door.
The advantage of a permanent wicket door is that the doors for pedestrians and goods are completely separate. This increases safety, ease-of-use and the stability of the sectional door.
A permanent wicket door is installed in the façade next to the sectional door, where the design and panel structure of the wicket door and top panel match the structure of the sectional door, unifying them and making them both architecturally and aesthetically pleasing.