Roll-up industrial door Fast Wall
galvanized steelpainted steelautomatic

roll-up industrial door
roll-up industrial door
roll-up industrial door
roll-up industrial door
roll-up industrial door
roll-up industrial door
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Characteristics

Opening system
roll-up
Material
galvanized steel, painted steel
Technical characteristics
automatic, wind-proof, thermally-insulated
Applications
for hangars
Other characteristics
rapid, semi-glazed

Description

Fast Wall is a rapid roller shutter door designed and manufactured by Kopron: with a rigid insulated later, vertical rolling, it provides a guarantee of rigidity, safety and functionality. Ideal for use in everyday life in any context, it closes spaces with simplicity and minimum volumes, insulating the environments by maintaining a high heat transfer coefficient. Technical Details of the Kopron Fast Wall in brief: ELEMENTS MADE FROM GALVANIZED AND PREPAINTED STEEL WITH SPECIAL PAINTS, INSULATED, HEIGHT 110 MM WEIGHT OF THE SURFACE APPROXIMATELY 10.5 KG/SQM DIMENSIONS L. MAX 8.000 MM H. MAX 6.000 MM THE ENGINE IS KEYED DIRECTLY TO THE SHAFT, MANUAL LEVER EMERGENCY OPENING/CLOSING OR WITH CHAIN PULLEY (OPTIONAL) ELECTRICITY 380 VOLTS +N+T HEAT INSULATION EQUIVALENT TO A VALUE OF 3.7 W/(SQM·K) RESISTANCE TO WIND LOAD CLASS 2 STANDARD COLOUR RAL 9006 SILVER, RAL 7016 ANTHRACITE, OTHER COLOURS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST MINIMUM OBSTRUCTIONS The surface rolls in a compact manner behind the architrave, not covering the net surface of the warehouse. LOW HEAT DISPERSION The special junction knot between the elements reduces heat dispersion to a bare minimum, allowing maximum adherence of the rigid surface during rolling. SAFE CLOSURE The rigid surface is made from sandwich elements that are shaped at 20 mm, guaranteeing a strong and safe structure.

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