overhead door


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overhead door

n
(Building) a door that rotates on a horizontal axis and is supported horizontally when open. Sometimes shortened to: overhead
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The raised safety guard of the XDS protects forklifts from the dangers of the "drop-zone" when the overhead door is open and no trucks are present.
He adds that Systems intends to support Overhead Door in fulfilling warranty obligations.
Easilift Loading Systems has equipped 11 loading bays with dock levellers recessed into the dock and incorporating nine inflatable and two collapsible dock shelters and insulated sectional overhead doors which are electronically interlocked to minimise temperature fluctuations and the possibility of damage.
the scope also provides for replacing an existing manual sliding door with an automatic overhead door and addressing any structural issues; assessment and repairing/replacing of the existing roofing system, including roof deck, structural roof members and associated components.
Capable of stopping a 10,000 pound load moving at 4 miles per hour, the dock impact barrier reduces accidents resulting from fork trucks, pallet jacks and pedestrians falling off the dock when the overhead door is open.
overhead door closers with guide rail up to 1100 mm leaf width;
Protecting overhead door tracks and saving track repair costs, the Trak-Shield heavy-duty structural steel door guard absorbs the impact of forklifts and other in-plant vehicles.