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Roll-up doors

High-speed self-repairing roll-up door

The self-repairing door is the best option for all accesses and separations of the different working areas. Thanks to its self-repairing system, it guarantees a high level of air tightness and excellent wind resistance, making it one of the most competitive doors on the market. The side zip system o ... Read more

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High-speed self-repairing roll-up door

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  • Technical Specifications
    • Maximum dimensions: 4000 x 4000 mm (standard model)
    • Indoors and outdoors use
    • Wind resistance: Class 2
    • Structure lacquered steel in RAL colour (to be determined)
    • Opening speed: adjustable up to 2.0 / 1.5m / second (depending on measurements)
  • Optional Equipment
    • Motor position: lateral / frontal; right / left
    • Structure 304 stainless steel (max. measurements 3800 x 3800 mm)
    • Motor cover: Yes
    • Opening option systems: UPS, remomte control, radars, sensors...
    • Available dimensions up to 6000 x 6000 mm
    • Coloured or silk-screened custom fabric
  • Colors
    RAL 1003
    RAL 1014
    RAL 5002
    RAL 5005
    RAL 5010
    RAL 6026
    RAL 7037
    RAL 7038
    RAL 8014
    RAL 9005
    RAL 9016
    RAL 2004
    RAL 7016
    RAL 3002
  • Peepholes

    Shape

    Square

    Rectangular

    Position

    Horizontal

    Vertical

    Quantity

    Multiple peepholes

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Frequently asked questions about high-speed self-repairing roll-up doors

What does self-repairing mean?

A self-repairing door is designed so that, if an impact against the door fabric causes it to come out of the guides, it re-enters the guides in the following manoeuvre and continues in operation. Obviously, we are talking about accidental and mild impacts; if the impact is severe, the fabric will completely come out of the guides and of the reinsertion system. In this case, the fabric will need to be manually reinserted into the guides and into the reinsertion system.

Where can a self-repairing high-speed door be installed?

It can be installed in indoor areas, but also, thanks to its class 2 wind resistance, it may also be installed outside. It is designed for intensive use, where there is significant movement of mobile machinery or people. This makes it one of the most competitive models on the market.

What finishes are available for the self-repairing high-speed roll-up door?

The product chassis is made from steel, so all the finishes for this material are available: stainless steel AISI 304 and lacquered in the whole RAL range. The fabric also can be personalised with screen printing on one or both sides.

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