Advantages of high-speed roll doors
Characterised by their high-speed, long service life and improved safety, high-speed roll doors save time and money. Rapid opening and closing speeds increase material flow and save energy to a greater extent than conventional industrial doors. Additionally, high-speed roll doors are usually larger, manage greater load changes and have advanced safety features. High-speed roll doors are a higher quality alternative to conventional doors.
Albany High Performance doors have been developed to cope with even the harshest ambient conditions. Comprising a strong, durable curtain material and stable steel and/or aluminium components, Albany doors are built for the long term. Many Albany doors that have opened and closed well over a million times are still in use today, some have even completed over five million cycles.
Efficient energy management
Industry consumes a lot of energy. The major part of this is used to heat buildings. But only a fraction of this energy is actually used. A considerable amount is wasted, resulting in considerable costs and damage to the environment.
The condition of buildings and the building envelope is the decisive factor in minimising the energy required for heating. Many older industrial and commercial buildings – but also buildings constructed in the 1990s – have no, or insufficient, thermal insulation. And even in good buildings the thermal insulation in exterior walls, roofs, windows and exterior gates and doors often falls short of current developments. The consequences are: higher energy consumption, heating costs and CO2 emissions. Efficient energy management is becoming increasingly important – for economic and ecological reasons. Energy efficiency is already one of the key elements in a successful enterprise. Numerous initiatives and associations demonstrate how businesses and public facilities can identify and exploit potential energy savings. Following this advice, successful companies can establish win-win situations, which benefit both the environment and the enterprise.