Senior Architectural Systems is boosting the speed and capacity of its in-house manufacturing facility following growing demand for its new Ali FOLD aluminium doors.
The production of the polyamide bars that give the Ali FOLD doors their thermal break, will be increased, aiming to double the existing capacity and increase efficiency.
With demand increasing, its important to ensure that the factory floor is working as efficiently as possible, according to James Keeling-Heane, sales director from Senior Architectural Systems. He explains that the extra capacity that the company needs will be achieved through the investment in the new machinery.
The new Ali FOLD aluminium door range comes in folding sliding, single swing and double swing options, with white, grey and dual colours available. The doors offer flexibility and have an almost unlimited range of colours and finishes both inside and out.
The range of aluminium doors can accommodate maximum leaf sizes of up to 1000mm by 2616mm and a weight of 100kg and has slim sightlines, making interiors light and airy.
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