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ProCare™ 8300 Series: Human-centric ICU doors deliberately designed with respect for patients and caregivers in sensitive healthcare environments
Protect the Patient
    • Eliminate dangerous snagging of IV lines and equipment with our catch-free contoured handle and retractable positive latch hook shield.

    • Widest clear door opening in the industry, 44.2” for manual and 43.3” for automatic model with an 8’ door. (Image: 8’ manual door, 40.5” bed).

    • Eliminate dangerous snagging of IV lines and equipment with our catch-free contoured handle and retractable positive latch hook shield.

    • Widest clear door opening in the industry, 44.2” for manual and 43.3” for automatic model with an 8’ door. (Image: 8’ manual door, 40.5” bed).

Promote Healing
    • Easy and more controlled swing out and return with our new intuitive swing-out button. Quiet and flawless operation with our swing out guidance system. No panel sag during swing out.

    • Add touch-less activation for infection control. Easily switches to manual slide mode, giving nurses the control they need. Exclusive Power Assist Technology makes manual sliding 3 times easier. 

    • Easy and more controlled swing out and return with our new intuitive swing-out button. Quiet and flawless operation with our swing out guidance system. No panel sag during swing out.

    • Add touch-less activation for infection control. Easily switches to manual slide mode, giving nurses the control they need. Exclusive Power Assist Technology makes manual sliding 3 times easier. 

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STANDARD FEATURES

Catch-free Contoured Handle

(STANLEY Exclusive)

Swing Out Button
(STANLEY Exclusive)

Swing Out Guidance System
(STANLEY Exclusive)

 

OPTIONS

Integral Blinds

Positive Latching With Hook Shield
(STANLEY Exclusive)

Smoke & Draft Seals

Self-ClosingM

Electronic Privacy GlassA

Full Energy ANSI/BHMA A156.10A

Low Energy ANSI/BHMA A156.38A

MODELS:

 

RATINGS*:

Smoke & Draft: Leakage rated under UL1784/NFPA 105 and labeled as a smoke barrier. Learn More
  • Smoke and Draft Seals
  • Positive Latching With Retractable Positive Latch Hook Shield
  • Identifiable Sticker For Rapid Commissioning
Infection Control: Leakage rated and in compliance with the 2014 FGI guidelines for pressurized Airborne
Isolation Infection Rooms control rooms
  • Concealed Bottom Sweeps
  • Perimeter Seals
  • Self Closing
STC Rated: Seals and special glass to reduce noise transmission 
  • Concealed Bottom Sweeps
  • Glass Stops For Recommended STC Rated Glass
  • Identifiable Sticker For Rapid Commissioning
A: Automatic Version Only
M: Manual Version Only

 
*Restrictions may apply such as overall frame height, sliding/breakaway panel width and glazing.

All door packages are custom manufactured to fit your job requirements up to ¼” increments.  For sizes greater or smaller than typical, contact your authorized STANLEY Access Technologies Sales Representative.

 
 
 
 

 

 

The typical ProCare 8300 configuration complies with the Buy American Act, as specified in Section 52.225-1 and Section 52.225.11 of the Federal Acquisition Regulations as of August, 2017.

Detailed Information

 
  ProCare 8300 ProCare 8300A Automatic
CONFIGURATIONS 2-Panel Manual Trackless: S&D, Isolation, STC Rated 2-Panel Automatic/Manual Trackless: Smoke & Draft, Isolation, STC Rated
SWING OUT 2 Panels Swing Out from Fully Open Position 2 Panels Swing Out from Fully Open Position
TYPICAL HEIGHT 88" (Typical); taller available. 89” to 102”, 92" (Typical)
TYPICAL WIDTH Range 84" to 108" | 96" (Typical) 84" to 108", 96” (Typical)
HEADER SIZE 4" Nominal Height 8" Nominal Height
JAMB DIMENSION 4 1/2" x 7/8" 4 1/2" x 1 3/4"
CLEAR DOOR OPENING WIDTH* 38 1/4" to 50 1/4" | 44 3/16" at 96" (Typical) Width 37 3/8" to 49 3/8"; 43 3/8" at 96" (Typical) Width
CLEAR DOOR OPENING HEIGHT 83 1/2 (Typical) 83 1/2 (Typical)
SWING OUT OPENING WIDTH 78" to 102"; | 90" at 96" (Typical) Width 76.3" to 100.3" | 88.3" at 96" (Typical) Width
SUPPORTED GLAZING 1/4" (Typical); 5/8", 1/2", 1" Integral Blinds, STC Rated Glass 1/4" (Typical); 5/8", 1/2", Integral Blinds, Electric Privacy Glass, STC Rated Glass
STILES Narrow Narrow
BOTTOM RAILS 4" (Typical), 6", 8", 10", 12", Other Custom 4" (Typical), 6", 8", 10", 12", Other Custom
MUNTINS 0, 1 (Typical) or 2 0, 1 (Typical) or 2
FINISHES Anodized, PVDF Paint, Anti-Microbial (Touch Points or All) Anodized, PVDF Paint, Anti-Microbial (Touch Points or All)
HARDWARE OPTIONS Catch-less Handle available in clear or black (Typical) | 
Optional: Positive Latch With Catch-Less Hook Shield,
Single-Point Locking, Concealed Self Closing
Catch-less Handle available in clear or black (Typical) | 
Optional: Positive Latch w/ Electric Strike and Catch-Less Hook Shield, Single-Point Locking
Primary Activation N/A Jamb Mounted Touch-less Wave Activation Sensor
Safety N/A Overhead Sensor
LISTINGS UL1784 UL1784, ASTM E283-04 (by equivalency to UL1784)
RATINGS Leakage (Smoke & Draft), Positive/Negative Pressure (Isolation), STC (Sound Transmittance) ANSI/BHMA A156.10 (Typical) | Option: Low Energy ANSI/BHMA A156.38
CODES AND STANDARDS NFPA 105, NFPA 101, IBC NFPA 101, NFPA 105, IBC 
* Withouth Positive Latch
Specifications subject to change. Please contact your local STANLEY Rep to ensure accuracy. 
NO Illustration Description TYPE Model PDF DWG BIM/REVIT
3.20 Manual Slide, Trackless Threshold, 2 Panels Swing Out at Full Open 2-Panel Single Slide 8300
3.22 Automatic Slide, Trackless Threshold, 2 Panels Swing Out at Full Open 2-Panel Single Slide 8300A

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    • 5
      Average: 5 (1 vote)
      Great product
      By Hartford Hospital on 03/06/2019
      I absolutely love this door compared to the old style that was here. I struggled to break it out and reset it. These are so easy.
    • 5
      Average: 5 (1 vote)
      The ProCare 8300 will beat
      By Healthcare Architect on 12/19/2018
      The ProCare 8300 will beat the pants off of any current breakaway offerings.
    • 5
      Average: 5 (1 vote)
      Breakout is easier than the
      By Manchester Hospital on 12/19/2018
      Breakout is easier than the traditional latch because it’s just pushing a button.
    • 5
      Average: 5 (1 vote)
      The unit appears to be a superior product!
      By Swedish Medical Hospital on 12/19/2018
      So far the nursing staff is very satisfied with the doors. They fully close, the mechanism of swinging open the two doors seems much more stable than the previous trifold doors. NO issues or complaints.
    • 5
      Average: 5 (1 vote)
      I can tell these doors are
      By Connecticut Children's Hospital on 12/19/2018
      I can tell these doors are going to be more durable than others in the long run. These doors seem less likely to become damaged when breaking out

    Commonly asked questions

    What is the difference in speed between a low-energy operator and a full power operator on a ProCare 8300A door? Thanks.
    Asked by Corinne Golding Specifications on 06/25/2019
    1 ANSWERS
    + Answer this question
    Closing speed under full power (A156.10) must be 1 ft/sec max for panels up to 160 lbs. Opening speed is not regulated, it's generally set equal to closing speed. Under low energy (A156.38), you run at ½ the full power (A156.10) speed.
    Answered by STANLEY on 07/01/2019
    What is the STC rating on the Procore 8300 manual sliding ICU door with STC Glass, smoke rating and 1" integral blinds.
    Asked by Michael McVay on 04/09/2019
    1 ANSWERS
    + Answer this question
    There’s no rating for that specific configuration.
    Answered by STANLEY on 04/22/2019
    Can side relites be located at either the hinge or the latch side of the ProCare 8300 doors? The photo shows it at the hinge side but in our situation it would be needed at the strike side of the door.
    Asked by ZGF Architects on 03/13/2019
    1 ANSWERS
    + Answer this question
    Thank you for your question. If the application requires a smoke rated solution, then the sidelight would have to be a separate and distinct sealed system, and would not be by Stanley. Per NFPA 105, that separate system is not required to be UL listed but must be sealed. If you need additional information on the ProCare, please reach out to your local rep: https://www.stanleyaccess.com/contact and they can assist you.
    Answered by STANLEY on 03/14/2019
    Can we retrofit the hardware packages provided on the ProCare 8300 for other existing Stanley ICU doors?
    Asked by Anonymous on 12/18/2018
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    + Answer this question
    No
    Answered by STANLEY on 12/18/2018
    Why choose ProCare 8300 over other patient room doors that are available on the market?
    Asked by Anonymous on 12/18/2018
    1 ANSWERS
    + Answer this question
    ProCare 8300 was developed with substantial input from healthcare professionals to deliver the features and functions that are critical for patient care. These include, but are not limited to, large walk-through opening, simple and intuitive operation for both slide and swing out function, catch-less hardware, and quiet operation.
    Answered by STANLEY on 12/18/2018

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