High Speed door, vertical stacking lifting.
Air leakage in industrial premises is a costly expense and ensuring you have the correct doors in operation is critical to costs. The VL speed door is a rapid operation door allowing access to the premises by the most efficient means due to limiting the time the door is held open. The hard wearing composite PVC provides a defence against thermal change from room to room or outside to inside of industrial premises.
Tested from -30 to +70°C and has a thermal conductivity of 0.045 W/mK.
The VL speed door is commonly used in food premises, breweries, refrigeration and freezer rooms, transport premises, automotive manufacturers, conveyor belts, pharmaceuticals industry, paint rooms, waste sorting, car washes, hangers, warehouses, gantry and cranes. It is a vertically stacking door suited to outdoor applications having to withstand high air streams and windy conditions; the adaptable design means it can be altered to many site requirements.
Rip-proof, double layered metal reinforced PVC vertical door
Galvanized steel framed structure acts as a frame and as a guide track for the PVC sheet
All sides are protected by nylon brushes to avoid scratches on canvas when running
L20/570 High speed doors
VL Speed Door
Blue Europa 95
RAL 1003, Yellow
RAL 1014, Ivory
RAL 2002, Vermilion
RAL 2004, Orange
RAL 3002, Red
RAL 6026, Green
RAL 7016, Anthracite
RAL 7040, Window Grey
RAL 8016, Brown
RAL 9003, White
RAL 9005, Black
RAL 9006, Grey
Amplifier for induction loops
Bottom of curtain painted diagonal yellow and black
Control box with operating buttons
Door frame polyester powder coated
Four channels remote control
Frame in stainless steel
Pull cord switch
Receiver for remote controls
Self correcting curtain safety mechanism
Supports for photocells (aluminium posts)
Two channels remote control
Standard product features
9000 x 7000 mm
Up to 1 m/s (approximate).
The PVC curtain is a robust compound that is resistant to tearing. Steel round bars or fibreglass composite bar reinforce the curtain sections by welding them into the seams of the curtain to allow stacking and durability.