Rapidor Spiral doors are designed for both internal and external openings. They are constructed with a spiral headplate design to reduce wear and tear as it prevents the slats rubbing together, resulting in a quiet, secure and low-maintenance door.
Rapidor Spiral speed doors are constructed from aluminium 40mm thick panels, filled with PS insulation foam to provide an excellent U-value. The door has an opening speed of up to 2 m/s which makes it a great door for minimising energy loss from factories or warehouses. The doors also provide excellent air-tightness making them a good choice for hygienic environments such as food-manufacturing or cleanrooms. Rapidor Spiral can also be constructed with 80mm thick panels and a heating kit to make it an extremely effective energy-saving door for cold rooms and freezers.
The doors are operated by a three-phase motor with a multi-function control panel, this gives a wide choice of options for operating and controlling the door. The door panels come as standard in anodized aluminium and the frame in galvanized steel, however both parts can also be supplied powder coated to a RAL colour for improved aesthetics. The Spiral door can also be supplied with clear vision windows for safety or alternatively with micro-perforated panels for ventilation.
The Rapidor Spiral door has a unique combination of reliable high speed operation, security & insualtion
- High speed ensures efficiency
- Tested to more than 1,000,000 cycles for reliability & durability
- Spiral design reduces wear & tear
- Colour options available
- Excellent insulation performance
- Reduces energy costs
- Fast, quiet operation
- For internal and external use
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Several options are available to further tailor the performance of the door to bespoke requirements
Improved Thermal Performance
Upgrade to 80mm thick panels for an improved U-Value (EN 12428) of 0.5 W/M2K
Counterweight or UPS battery back-up system to allow the door to open for escape in a power failure
Acrylic vision windows or micro-perforated for ventilation
Heating kit for installations in negative temperatures
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