High-speed doors from sara aim to help warehouses run smoothly

  • 14 Jan 2015

sara LBS’ high-speed doors are able to operate quickly and smoothly with its MCC Vector Frequency Control system

With a MCC Vector Frequency Control System, sara LBS’ Sprint Range of high-speed doors are able to open in speeds of up to 3.2m/s.

To improve thermal insulation and reduce energy consumption, the doors will only remain open for short periods of time. After conducting free surveys for its users, sara LBS discovered that this feature has enabled its doors to achieve first-year energy savings of around 6.5%.

The doors are also fitted with sara’s safety beam, a non-contact security feature that runs in front of the curtain and prevents it from closing if there is an obstruction.

Roller-shutter doors

The Sprint Range of roller shutter doors are suitable for most internal and external applications. They are available with PVC curtains or aluminium profiles; each provide different levels of impact and weather protection.

Available with aluminium profiles or PVC curtains, the Sprint range of roller shutter doors offers choice to consumers

With the doors ranging in sizes from 500mm to 7,500mm wide and 500mm to 6,000mm tall, installations are custom designed for individual requirements.

Complementary products such as scissor lifts, safety barriers, air curtains and alarms, are also available, along with accessories for hygiene critical applications such as clean rooms and food production.

Find out more about sara LBS’ Sprint range

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