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An insulated, electronically operated industrial door with a patented universal rail system that folds the door panels together directly above the doorway. It has CFC-free lightweight aluminium sandwich door panels with integral stainless steel hinges and galvanized steel rails, end caps, guide arms and fixings. The self-supporting robust door framework requires a minimal level of supporting steelwork and consists of hard wearing abrasive-free rollers and tracks. The door incorporates an automatic locking system and flexible rubber seals for efficient closing. It is a space saving alternative to other types of industrial doors and motor, panel, control and colour options are available.Safety features:Anti-lift protection. Fall protection.Rails with finger protection guard and warning markings.Slack cable protection.Controls:CS300 control system with digital limit switches. It Includes a control box with push buttons for up, stop and down. An emergency manual crank handle is provided.Sandwich panels:610 mm high, 40 mm thick with a hard polystyrene insulating core, reinforced by aluminium U-sections. They have a 0.8 mm thick aluminium stucco internal and external lining and give an insulation K-value of 0.76 W/m²K.Actuation/ Safety systems:Many options are available depending on the application and location of the door. Consult manufacturer's literature for more information.Product literature:http://www.ribaproductselector.com/documentdetails.aspx?ci=01074&f=COL269565.pdf&pg=

An insulated, electronically operated industrial door with a patented universal rail system that folds the door panels together directly above the doorway. It has CFC-free lightweight aluminium sandwich door panels with integral stainless steel hinges and galvanized steel rails, end caps, guide arms and fixings. The self-supporting robust door framework requires a minimal level of supporting steelwork and consists of hard wearing abrasive-free rollers and tracks. The door incorporates an automatic locking system and flexible rubber seals for efficient closing. It is a space saving alternative to other types of industrial doors and motor, panel, control and colour options are available.

Safety features:

  • Anti-lift protection.
  • Fall protection.
  • Rails with finger protection guard and warning markings.
  • Slack cable protection.

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Compact Industrial Door
 Manufacturer:
BIS Door Systems Ltd.
  -Web:www.bis-doors.co.uk.
  -Tel:+44 (0)1268 767566.
  -Product reference:
Compact Industrial Door.
 Size:
[ ______ ] - Insert requirement, available 2400–7930 mm high, 1000–8000 mm wide.
 Operation:
  -Type:
[230 V, single phase motor]. - Approximately 150 mm/s.
[400 V, three phase motor]. - Approximately 200 mm/s.
  -Location:
[Side-mounted]. - Standard.
[Front-mounted]. - Where space above is limited and there is less than 320 mm space available at side.
[Top-mounted]. - Where there is less than 320 mm space available at side.
 Finish/ Colour:
  -Hardware:
[Galvanized]. - Standard.
[Galvanized and polyester powder coated, RAL 9006]. - For extra protection.
  -Rail:
[Galvanized]. - Standard.
[Galvanized and polyester powder coated]. - For extra protection, insert RAL colour requirement.
 Actuation/ Safety systems:
[Push buttons]. - Standard.
[Automatic time closure].
[Hand held remote control].
[Key switch].
[Lift-truck remote control].
[Loading dock safety].
[Photocell].
[Pull switch].
[Radar detector].
[Safety edge].
[Warning flash lamp].
 Sandwich panels:
[Anthracite grey RAL 7016]. - Only available with door width of up to 6000 mm.
[Carmine red RAL 3002]. - Only available with door width of up to 6000 mm.
[Gentian blue RAL 5010]. - Only available with door width of up to 6000 mm.
[Grey white RAL 9002].
[Moss green RAL 6005]. - Only available with door width of up to 6000 mm.
[Pebble grey RAL 7032].
[Traffic blue RAL 5017]. - Only available with door width of up to 6000 mm.
[White aluminium RAL 9006].
 Glazing panels:
[Not required].
[Single glazed acrylate]. - 4 mm thick.
[Single glazed polycarbonate]. - 4 mm thick.
[Single glazed reinforced safety glass]. - 4 mm thick.
[Double glazed acrylate]. - 17 mm thick.
[Double glazed polycarbonate]. - 17 mm thick.
[Galvanized casing with mesh]. - 50 x 50 mm, 4 mm thick.
[Insulated sandwich insert panels]. - 17 mm thick.
[Snap-in windows, double glazed oval]. - Acrylate, 725 x 325 mm.
[Snap-in windows, double glazed rectangular]. - Acrylate, 680 x 370 mm.
 Ventilation panels:
[Not required].
[450 x 90 mm]. - Black plastic, 215 m² net air opening.
[680 x 375 mm]. - Anodized aluminium, 850 m² net air opening.
 Accessories:
[None].
[Manual hand chain]. - For emergency opening.
[Motor protection shield]. - For extra protection of the electrical components.
[Storm package]. - For extra protection.
[Wicket door]. - For pedestrian access when curtain is lowered.


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More about Compact Industrial Door: As standard - Options

As standard

Controls:

CS300 control system with digital limit switches. It Includes a control box with push buttons for up, stop and down. An emergency manual crank handle is provided.

Sandwich panels:

610 mm high, 40 mm thick with a hard polystyrene insulating core, reinforced by aluminium U-sections. They have a 0.8 mm thick aluminium stucco internal and external lining and give an insulation K-value of 0.76 W/m²K.

Options

Actuation/ Safety systems:

Many options are available depending on the application and location of the door. Consult manufacturer's literature for more information.

Further Information

Literature:


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Contacts:

www.bis-doors.co.uk

sales@bis-doors.co.uk

T: +44 (0)1268 767566

F: +44 (0)1268 560284

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