Kinds of Commercial and Industrial Overhead Doors
An overhead door is also referred to as a garage door that opens either manually or by an electric motor and they are usually large size to accommodate automobiles and other vehicles. These are examples of commercial and industrial overhead doors.
A rolling service door is a commercial/industrial overhead door which is constructed as a comprehensive line of rolling steel doors with insulated or non-insulated slats of any of these metals – galvanized steel, stainless steel or aluminum.
Great use because of its durability, reliability, and energy efficiency, the insulated, sectional steel-back door is strongly recommended for commercial and industrial use. The insulated, sectional steel-back door’s durability and reliability is due to its three-layer sandwich, which is made of an inner and outer galvanized steel.
The thermacore doors are known in the industry as premier, insulated sectional doors due to the fact that they have the highest levels of thermal efficiency, air filtration and wind load resistance. Because it’s made of a CFC (chlorofluorocarbon)-free, fully encapsulated, foamed-in place panel, thermacore doors can ensure high thermal efficiency.
Whether it is the interior or exterior type of high speed fabric door, both are recognized for its high functional efficiency and reliability. Interior high speed fabric doors have a strut-less design to reduce operational noise and equipped with a patent-pending curtain lock, which allows the door to withstand pressure, while exterior high speed fabric doors have a strutted design and made of a heavier curtain material to also withstand pressure.
High speed rubber rolling doors are designed with rubber curtains, which are reinforced with polyester weave for added strength, for reasons that this type of rolling door is heavily used in regions where they are in extreme environment conditions.
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