Credits: Aeropuerto Internacional de Carrasco
Aeropuerto Internacional De Carrasco
Automation of rolling doors
The airport in Uruguay’s capital Montevideo, designed by the renowned architect Rafael Viñoly and built at a cost of 165 million euros, is a true eye-catcher: a monolithic roof runs along the entire length of the building, with some 8,000 sq. m. of glass ensuring optimum use of natural daylight. And in terms of its technology the building is also state of the art: various rolling doors, for example in the duty-free area, are motorized with elero drives.
Three-phase drive NHK
Typ 11 NHK
Typ 15 W NMA