Industrial roller doors are designed to be used in commercial and industrial applications. They are made of steel and have a powder coating that provides a smooth surface for easy cleaning. Industrial roller doors can be used in warehouses, factories, or storm doors.
The industrial roller door is a type of sliding glass door used in the manufacturing industry. It can be used as an alternative to a traditional sliding glass door, which is not feasible for industrial settings. This door type has been used in factories and other industrial buildings because it can withstand high-stress and heavy usage environments.
Easier Than The Others
A roller door requires less maintenance than a traditional sliding glass door and can be used to open or close large areas quickly. The main advantage of using a roller door is that it provides more space than a sliding glass door since it opens wider than the standard size of most doors. Because of this, there are no limitations on where you can place your equipment or employees within your facility if you choose to use this type of door instead of a traditional one.
Types of Roller Doors
Industrial roller doors are used in the manufacturing industry to span large openings. They are perfect for warehouses, production facilities and distribution centres as they provide safety and security for employees and customers. Industrial roller doors come in many different styles, but there are some types:
The most common type of industrial roller door is the hinged door with one or two panels. Hinged doors are available in standard heights from 6 to 20 feet tall. These doors have standard swing capacities ranging from 36 to 80 inches (3-6mm thick).
Other types of industrial roller doors include folding doors and sliding doors. Folding doors are typically used in small offices with limited space and can be stored away easily when not in use. Sliding doors provide a more secure option for businesses that need more security than folding doors but still want flexibility in their design.
- Corrugated Rollers: These industrial roller doors have corrugated panels that roll up when the door is opened. This allows for easy access through the doorway.
- Flat Rollers: Flat roller doors open without corrugation or rolling up action. They can cover large openings, such as loading docks and loading docks on container ships and semi-trailers, as well as other large openings like interior walls and spaces.
- Panel Doors: These industrial roller doors are made from a single piece of material that folds up over itself so that it can be opened without having to go through the entire process of opening a door with multiple panels or panels that come apart for easier access into the space behind them.
- U-Shaped Rollers: These industrial roller doors have two U-shaped sections that meet at the top of the door, where they form a T-shape before closing back together again at their bottom end, giving it a U shape.