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Doors: Rolling, Bifold and Walkthrough - May 2015

Rolling, bifold and walkthrough doors featured in Metal Construction News' May 2015 issue.

BETCO's roll-up doors feature standard bearings and tension adjusters, standard stainless steel latches and an extruded aluminum bottom bar.

 

BETCO Inc.

BETCO's roll-up doors feature standard bearings and tension adjusters, standard stainless steel latches and an extruded aluminum bottom bar. Hardware kits are bagged per door and door springs have a 10-year warranty.

www.betcoinc.com/building-products/roll-up-doors

Electric Power Door's hydraulic four-fold door can be clad with louvers, bars, security mesh or flat sheeting.

 

Electric Power Door

Electric Power Door's hydraulic four-fold door can be clad with louvers, bars, security mesh or flat sheeting. It may be designed to be bullet- and blast-resistant for security, and tornado- and hurricane-resistant for safety. High-cycle hydraulic operators last 2 to 3 million cycles or more. The doors may be installed on fire stations, corrections and court facilities, parking garages, grain facilities, government and military facilities, and industrial and manufacturing facilities.

www.electricpowerdoor.com

AeroDoor International's bottom-rolling doors are manual or motor operated and can be built to withstand high wind loads.

 

AeroDoor International LLC

AeroDoor International's bottom-rolling doors are manual or motor operated and can be built to withstand high wind loads. Options for the pre-engineered hangar doors include panel configuration, tail door, a pressuresensing fuselage aperture and galvanizing finishes.

www.hangardoors.aero

Norco Manufacturing's Bottom Rolling Door Systems may be configured as bi-parting, one-way, floating and 90 degrees.

 

Norco Manufacturing Corp.

Norco Manufacturing's Bottom Rolling Door Systems may be configured as bi-parting, one-way, floating and 90 degrees. The doors are designed to integrate with buildings using Tekla 3-D CAD software and CNC fabricating capabilities.

www.norcomfg.com

DBCI's 3000 Series steel curtain rollup door features an 80-degree windlock profile to facilitate installation, 26-gauge galvanized, Grade E hard steel curtain with deep-ribbed corrugation and three-rivet wind-lock attachment.

 

DBCI

DBCI's 3000 Series steel curtain rollup door features an 80-degree windlock profile to facilitate installation, 26-gauge galvanized, Grade E hard steel curtain with deep-ribbed corrugation and three-rivet wind-lock attachment. Additionally, the door has a T6 aluminum extrusion bottom bar with a 2-inch by 1 1/2-inch galvanized angle and a maximum opening size of 16 by 16 feet. The 3000 Series door is certified for moderate to high wind loads and is available with insulation (3250 Series).

www.dbci.com