Four-fold door systems are a complete solution combining low maintenance costs and long service with high cycle operation for commercial, industrial, public works, parking and security applications. Panels fold completely clear of the opening allowing full, unobstructed access.
Industrial sliding door systems are used in a variety of applications that require durable long-life sliding systems. Sliding doors are available in both manual and power operation and can be designed with walk-through egress doors.
Crane door systems are ideal for overhead crane access. Heavy-duty operators and components are designed for high strength and reliability.
Swing door systems are manufactured in a variety of sizes and materials to meet your building requirements. Systems are designed for maximum strength and durability in both manual and power operation.
Telescoping vertical lift doors are the answer for applications with large openings and high wind loads. The telescoping door panels are counterweighted for smooth operation along with easy emergency manual operation.
Fire door systems are available in a variety of configurations including single-slide, biparting, and teleslide (multiple panel), making them truly versatile. Doors can be UL and FM labeled for up to 4 hours and with a 250° F in 30 minute temperature rise rating. Options include pass doors, vision lites, controlled speed closing systems, power operation and monorail cutouts.
Hangar door systems are fabricated in factory assembled towers with all components and weatherseals factory installed, saving time and money on installation and creating a truly weatherproof seal. A variety of configurations is available to meet your hangar access requirements.
The Tip-up Canopy hangar door system is a single piece upward-acting door system designed to maximize hangar access and withstand high wind loads while providing a weather-tight seal. The counterweighted operator system provides a smooth motion and easy manual operation.
Aperture Sliding Doors are designed with special features that accommodate a wide variety of aircraft. Counterbalanced and pressure sensing panels provide added protection by moving with the motion of the tail of the plane.