Accordion strip doors are the ideal solution for door openings that require curtains which need to be periodically moved out of the way. For instance in the summer or winter months during extreme conditions you can close the industrial accordion strip doors to conserve energy. Another use is for wash bays such as car washes where automobiles need to pass through. Driving through strips which are dirty can scratch the paint.
Designed For Speed and Flexibility
The strip doors can be opened and closed in one of three ways. Simply choose the version that works best for your application.
- Bi-Parting - The PVC strips move to the left and right
- Single To Right - The PVC strips move to the right
- Single To Left - The PVC strips move to the right
The strip doors can be mounted in one of three ways based on your wall configuration.
- Stand Off - Mounted away from the wall
- Header - Mounted inside of the door jamb
- Wall Face - Mounted to face of wall
- Single sided and Bi-parting doors max size: 16’ Wide x 20’ High
- Single sided and Bi-parting doors min size: 8' Wide x 8' High
- Strips must be 12" Wide | Ribbed
- Strip overlap must be 67%
- Retracted width may take up to 20% of the total width of the opening.
- If bi-parting, each side would have 10%.
- Arm / Projection would measure 20"
PVC Strips and Hardware
The PVC Strips are 12" wide with a 67% overlap. The strips are completely clear to insure proper safety for traffic coming both ways. The PVC meets all fire codes for fire retardant material. They can also be easily replaced should they become damaged. Each custom accordion strip door is designed for years of use. The mounting hardware is fabricated from galvanized steel which will endure the elements and provide a long life of use.
Quick to Deploy and Retract
Simply pull lightly on the cord to open and close the plastic accordion strip doors. The cord is located on the far right or far left of the door. Choosing manual operation is ideal for infrequent opening and closing. There is no need to spend additional money for a motorized strip door when traffic is anticipated to be very light.