MAXDOOR WILL KNOCK IT OUT OF THE PARK
Knock-Out Fabric Doors (Breakaway)
High Speed Fabric Doors
Other Vertical Lift Doors
A major problem with these OTHER roll up, high speed, breakaway, fabric or rubber doors is that they have curtains with single layer fabric or rubber. This particular attribute matters greatly because those types of doors should only be installed where there is zero to minimal exposure to wind or air pressure.
Gusts of Wind in To Your Building
In fact, door openings on exterior walls never have it so easy! Because they are always exposed to high wind pressure the single layer of fabric or rubber curtain catches the wind like a sail on a sail boat. The curtain then rises up off of the floor, or, blows out of the opening resulting in wind getting into the building.
The Solution…Get the Right Door
These fabric roll-up doors have to rely on some other type of device to keep the door curtain in the guides. Door manufacturers will promote their gadget as a way to minimize this problem. But in reality, the problem is they are promoting the wrong type of door. The types of doors we have mentioned only promote one feature and do not offer all of the features in one door like a MAXDoor.
Get It All with a MAXDoor
The MAXDoor dual layer vertical fabric door design is the only door that provides you with the following:
The Single Door Solution for All of Your Door Needs
The customer puts their trust in the Industrial Door Vendor because they rely on their expertise. Your door Salesperson or Door Service company may not know of MAXDoor, so ask them or send them our way. MAXDoor – the only door that can provide high speed, high wind, high cycle capability for any size door opening.
MAXDOOR TO THE RESCUE – YOUR ALTERNATIVE TO A ROLLING STEEL DOOR
Here is why a vertical lift fabric MAXDoor is the perfect replacement for your Rolling Steel doors. Rolling Steel doors are typically the least expensive door you can buy and in the old days were used primarily as security on the front of stores and for fire protection at door openings on building fire walls. These doors typically were manually operated and installed at door openings that did not see very many cycles per day.
History of Rolling Steel Doors
Rolling Steel doors were normally installed at small and medium size door openings (less than 30-ft wide). As time went on, customers continued to ask for inexpensive door solutions for their door openings. Funding for purchasing new doors is always tight and a “maintenance can fix it” attitude is very popular. Most companies do not compare the high cost of maintenance when purchasing a lesser product over time. And so Rolling Steel doors were provided for a variety of door openings they were never intended for, such as:
- High speed or high cycle door openings.
- Energy efficiency or to have minimal operating cost.
Rolling Steel doors became larger and faster even though the basic design of the door did not change.
You can now purchase very large Rolling Steel and Rubber Curtain doors, but they will never match the strength to resist the wind or collision impacts like a MAXDOOR. The RS and Rubber curtain doors come with high maintenance costs.
10 Ways MAXDoor Can Rescue You from Rolling Steel Doors
- SIZE – MAXDoors can be manufactured for any size door opening (Even hangar door size).
- STRENGTH – MAXDoors 2-5 times stronger than Rolling Steel doors.
- SPEED – MAXDoors operate at high speed (Up to 60” per second).
- SAFETY – MAXDoors features a variety of features that are above door industry standards.
- CYCLES – MAXDoors are designed for high cycle applications. (Hundreds of cycles per day).
- WIND LOAD – Dual layer fabric door panel with internal traveling horizontal beams provide the highest wind load resistance.
- MAINTENANCE – MAXDoors simple easy to service design and high quality components, equals low maintenance costs.
- ENERGY – MAXDoor high operating speed and 4”, 6” or greater dual layer fabric door panel make the MAXDoor much more energy efficient.
- COLLISION – MAXDoor panel does not have any cables, components or devices that are trapped inside the door guides. If a collision occurs the fabric door panel breaks free from the door guides and are easily put back into the door guides.
- Made in The USA – MAXDoor is owned and operated in Michigan, USA.
Contact us today and explore how a MAXDoor can provide all of these advantages and more to your facility.