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Self-Repairing Dynamic Roll Doors

Dynamicroll Galvanized Blue Sandard Vinyl

DynamicRoll®

DynamicRoll® High-speed soft bottom edge doors are fast, self-repairing, easy to clean, and completely safe.

If the door curtain comes out of its guides (for example, in the event of impact with a forklift) the system will automatically reset the curtain back into the guide on the next open cycle.

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Frigo 2

DynamicRoll® Frigo 2

Frigo2 Freezer high-speed soft bottom edge doors are fast, self-repairing, easy to clean, and completely safe.

At the heart of the Frigo2 is our innovative double curtain low energy cost design.  When closed the two curtains create a dead air space which is then treated with a small amount of heated air.  This allows the curtains to remain frost free at the lowest energy expense. It also allows it to be either warm side or cold side mounted.

If the door curtains come out of their guides (for example, in the event of impact with a forklift) the system will automatically reset the curtain back into the guide on the next open cycle.

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dynamicroll pe washdown highspeed door

DynamicRoll® P.E.

DynamicRoll® PE (polyethylene) high-speed soft bottom edge doors are fast, self-repairing, easy to clean, and completely safe.

If the door curtain comes out of its guides (for example, in the event of impact with a forklift) the system will automatically reset the curtain back into the guide on the next open cycle.

Designed for heavy washdown.

 

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Dynamicroll Galvanized Blue Sandard Vinyl

DynamicRoll® Stainless

DynamicRoll® High-speed soft bottom edge doors are fast, self-repairing, easy to clean, and completely safe.

If the door curtain comes out of its guides (for example, in the event of impact with a forklift) the system will automatically reset the curtain back into the guide on the next open cycle.

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DynamicRoll® Supermarket

DynamicRoll® Supermarket

DynamicRoll® High-speed soft bottom edge doors are fast, self-repairing, easy to clean, and completely safe.

If the door curtain comes out of its guides (for example, in the event of impact with a forklift) the system will automatically reset the curtain back into the guide on the next open cycle.

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