The Sectional industrial door offers the greatest degree of aesthetic adaptability. It comprises a number of large sections or panels that come in a wide range of designs and colors. Sectional industrial Doors are most commonly made from pressed steel, but can be manufactured from timber to provide a more natural look.
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Industrial Doors are made from a number of rigid sections/panels that are hinged together and move vertically in the opening, then horizontally along the ceiling, guided by tracks and counter-balanced with springs. These doors are the most aesthetically adaptable of most industrial doors, and are available in a range of colors, patterns and may also feature windows. Sectional doors can be made of wood and other materials, but are most commonly made of steel.
304 STAINLESS STEEL 0.38mm-0.48mm
Galvanized steel plate, with any ral color. 0.4mm-0.7mm
Door panel width
435mm, 485mm, 535mm
Rail & Fitting
Hot dip galvanized steel rail and galvanized bracket & hinges
With full sealed, weather resistance & well protection & soundproof
Automatic & remote controlled. Power rate: 220V/380V
ISO & CE & TUV certificated.
Door motorized system
Route memorable, door self locking when power cut off,
self-checking up, non hand nipping, safety operation.
Sectional Industrial Doors are applicable to large warehouse, logistics industry, medicine, food, factories and mines.
Get step-by-step instructions on how to install an industrial door
STEP 1: Measure, Attach Hinges and Handles
STEP 2: Set the Bottom Piece Into Position
STEP 3: Install the Remaining Panels
STEP 4: Install the Rollers
STEP 5: Secure the Tracks and Attach the Springs
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U Value/ Condensation risk calculation, bespoke construction detail, advice on fire & accoustic performance, panel spans, fastener & roof drainage calculations, optimised lighting designs, building energy modelling & Installation Training.