Specialist supplier and installer of High Speed Doors, Folding Doors and Overhead Doors
Manufactured from heavy duty polyurethane canvas, high speed doors open and close at up to 2 metres per second.
Installed into an opening where temperature and fume control are of importance. High Speed Doors can also be installed in conjunction with a standard roller shutter for exterior application where high levels of access are required during working hours.
Some are designed to detach at the seams in the event of a collision and just press together in order to reseal, ensuring repairs are kept to a minimum.
Manufactured from a series of vertical profiled, galvanised steel leaves, joined together by a continuous hinge to create a concertina effect. This design is the most robust type of industrial door.
Folding doors run on rollers and are suspended from an overhead track at the head of the door. A guide channel at the foot allows for smooth operation. Ideal for both large or small openings and can be manually or electrically operated. These are available with various locking options and fixing arrangements. Folding doors can also be fitted with vision panels for increased safety.
Sectional overhead doors are fully vertical or horizontal opening operation dependent on head height above the door. Constructed from foam insulated panels, for significant noise reduction and insulation against heat loss, this type of door has the added advantage of being able to accommodate a number of vision panels if natural light is required.
Manually or electrically operated and available in a choice of 16 standard Plastisol HP2000 colours. This design of door is considered to be the most user-friendly and environmentally attractive.
Concerned about security at home or work? Goldseal Doors offer high quality products to suit your individual needs. Call us on: 01903 250329 for a competitive quotation.
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By far the most popular type of door. Installed on both industrial and commercial premises.Read More
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