High Speed Door – Belt


Speed: Opening speed: Up to 1.2m/sec

Safety: Complete with two safety systems as standard.

Safety Cells: Consisting of one receiver and one transmitter, situated on the columns.

Safety Edge: Wireless resistive bottom safety edge.

Conservation: Use high speed doors to optimise logistics, provide insulation by eliminating drafts of air and heat loss, reduce noise pollution and dust.


Use: Suitable for intensive and continous use applications.

Solidity: The frame / canopy is made from 2mm galvanised steel, making the structure very strong / sturdy and self supporting – with no welded parts.

Lifetime: Tested in working conditions to over 1.5 million cycles, with excellent results.

Resistance: Great operational performances under wind load and differences in pressure – Up to Class 2 (EN 12424). Upgrade to Class 3 optional.


Design: Simple, basic, robust and functional design.
Compactness: Ideal for those larger applications even with reduced side room.

Vision: 1 row of rectangular vision panels with rounded corners are supplied as standard. Additional windows are available on request.

Customisation: Silk screen printing, digital prints and logo’s on curtains are available on request.


Light industries
Heavy Industries
Iron and steel industries
Engineering industries
Textile industries Chemical industries
Food processing industries

Curtain Repairs

We can repair all major brands of High Speed Doors. Patch repair and full curtain replacements are available at competitive prices at our off site facility.

Please note: For all curtain repairs a drawing will need to be supplied for us to get a close replica of the existing curtain.

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