Non Insulated Industrial Roller Shutter Doors

Non-insulated industrial doors are a popular choice for use in warehouses, factories, and other industrial settings.

What are Non Insulated Industrial Roller Shutter Doors?

Non-insulated industrial doors are a popular choice for use in warehouses, factories, and other industrial settings. These doors are designed to provide security and ease of access while remaining cost-effective. Non-insulated doors are typically made from high-strength materials such as steel or aluminum and can be customized to fit a variety of opening sizes. They are often available in a range of opening mechanisms, including roll-up, sliding, and swing doors, allowing for flexibility in installation. While non-insulated doors do not provide thermal insulation, they can still provide a good level of weather resistance, durability, and noise reduction. When choosing a non-insulated industrial door, it is important to consider factors such as the expected frequency and type of use, the materials used in construction, and the available warranty.

For those considering installation options, we have a comprehensive guide comparing our Professional Roller Shutter Installation Service with DIY Supply Only solutions. This guide includes in-depth insights on the pros and cons of each approach, helping you make an informed decision that aligns with your
requirements. Discover more about these options and decide which path suits you best by reading our detailed comparison.

Why buy Non Insulated Industrial Roller Shutter Doors from Security Direct?

Do you need a cost effective roller shutter to close off your loading bay doors? The non-insulated industrial roller shutter doors, provide a cost effective solution.

Our solid Industrial Roller Doors are manufactured from Galvanised Steel, the specification will depend on the size and security required. These shutters can be fitted internally or externally, depending on the application and site requirements. The shutter doors are available with Manual Chain Operation, ideal for very occasional use or when no power is available on site. Electric operation is available using a large range of single-phase and 3 phase industrial motors, depending on the size of the opening and usage.

For higher security applications we also have some Roller Shutters that have been independently tested by the LPCB to LPS1175 Security Levels 1 - 4. These shutters are Secured By Design which is the Police and Insurance preferred specifications, so may reduce your premiums!!

The non insulated industrial shutters come galvanised as standard but can be powder coated any BS or RAL colours. We have a large range of shutter controls from Individual operation, Remote Control, Group operation or can be integrated into your building management system.

Call our sales team today, with your requirements and we can help specify a solution to meet your requirements and budget.

Top 5 Questions asked when buying a non insulated industrial door

1. What is the size of the opening that the industrial door needs to cover?

Answer: Knowing the size of the opening is crucial in determining the appropriate size of the industrial door. Make sure to measure the width and height accurately to ensure that the door fits properly and functions optimally.

2. What is the frequency and type of use for the industrial door?

Answer: The frequency and type of use for the industrial door can impact its durability and lifespan. Consider the expected amount of traffic that the door will receive and choose a door that is designed to withstand heavy usage.

3. What materials are used in the construction of the industrial door?

Answer: The material used in the construction of the industrial door can impact its durability, strength, and resistance to weather and other environmental factors. Look for doors made from high-quality materials such as steel or aluminum and ensure that the door is designed to withstand the specific conditions of the installation site.

4. What type of opening mechanism does the industrial door have?

Answer: The opening mechanism of the industrial door can impact its ease of use and overall functionality. Consider the available space for the door to open and choose a mechanism that is suitable for the installation site.

5. What is the warranty on the industrial door?

Answer: A warranty can provide peace of mind and ensure that any defects or issues with the industrial door are covered. Look for doors that come with a comprehensive warranty that covers both the door and its components and ensure that the warranty is backed by a reputable manufacturer or supplier.

These are just a few examples of the questions that people may have when considering purchasing non insulated industrial doors. Other factors to consider may include the cost, the level of insulation provided, and the overall aesthetic appearance of the shutters. It's important to do your research and ask any questions you may have to ensure that you choose the right roller shutters for your needs.

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