Sliding Door

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Sliding Doors are set in interior walls. [1]

Description (Specifications)[edit]

Sliding Doors: Such doors save space and are standard on most starships. They are not air-tight, serving as privacy screens rather than major obstacles. They may be broken down by weapons in the same manner as interior walls. [2]

Sliding doors require ship's power to operate, opening and closing at the touch of a stud located adjacent to the door. These doorways can be locked from either side or from the ship's computer; a red light on the stud panel indicates this fact. [3]

In the absence of ship's power, sliding doors do not work automatically. They may be forced, however, by the application of brute strength. It takes significant strength and applied force to open the door; use of a pry bar or specialized door-opening tool may significantly help. [4]

Image Repository[edit]

  1. An Iris Valve, Manual Hatch, and a Sliding Door on a horizontal plane.
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