The new Draw-Tite powered roll-up door from Goff's Enterprises provides fast entry and an ability to withstand high wind loads at about half the cost of comparable powered doors, the company claims. The door's tensioning system maintains a seal under gusts up to 70 miles per hour and prevents the curtain from blowing out of its guides. The door is also suitable for areas within the facility that have high positive/negative pressures.
Standard on the door is an in-tube style 110-volt motor that moves the door at 6 inches per second. An optional external motor can increase door speed to up to 36 inches per second. The door also has an active edge that senses objects in the path of the lowering curtain and causes the door to reverse direction upon contact. The motor can work with a variety of actuation devices and can operate in conjunction with the master control boxes found on many docks. A weathertight enclosure protects the external motor when mounted outside the building.
The Draw-Tite roll-up door also has breakaway capability if the door is hit by a vehicle. The guide bar snaps back into place within the guides in seconds. Fiberglass protrusion tubes act as horizontal stiffeners that bend if loaded, but won't break or kink. The 18-ounce vinyl door material is rot, tear and mildew resistant, and can stand up to the harshest weather. All seams are double-lock stitched for extra strength. Double baffle under valence also prevents pests from entering. Door sizes range from 8 by 8 feet to 14 by 14 feet to cover a variety of door openings.
Company: Goff's Enterprises
Company Phone: (800) 234-0337
Company URL: www.goffscurtainwalls.com