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How to improve energy saving and efficiency using high speed doors

Most industrial facilities and warehouses have at least one level access door for moving goods in and out of the building. Such doors are necessarily quite large, often four metres wide and up to five metres high. This allows large lorries to back up to them for loading and unloading, or, if the materials being handled are palletised, forklift trucks can move freely between the building and the yard.

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Have you checked your doors’ wind load capacity?

Industrial doors have large (often very large) surface areas so can be subject to considerable wind loads. It is therefore a good idea to check them over within the next few weeks and make sure they are not likely to let you down in winter. But how do you do that? There are three things that can be done fairly easily.

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the Benefits of High Speed Doors

It seems obvious – doors are an integral part of the operation of any commercial building. That is why choosing the most suitable doors needs very careful consideration and expert help. A good door is one that combines performance with efficiency and practicality – that’s where we come in. Security is crucial to any warehouse,

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Optimising loading bays for retail productivity

The increasing pressure on the retail industry that’s created by the rise of internet shopping means efficiencies have to be driven into every stage of the operational supply chain. Alan Ryder of loading bay specialists sara LBS believes that well designed loading bays will make goods handling more productive and help maintain the quality and

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