Insulation Effect Of Sectional Door
Sectional door are usually installed on the exterior of buildings and have the characteristics of thermal insulation, anti-theft and wind resistance. In order to reduce heat loss, some companies want to buy doors with thermal insulation. However, the quality of doors on the market is not uniform. They don’t know how to buy the right door. So, I now help you to filter some high quality products. First of all, choose an industrial door company that has been established for more than 10 years. Such companies are often large in scale. Second, do a survey of the company to find out what customers are saying. Recently, I have learned about the after-sales situation of this industrial door company and whether it has the ability to undertake after-sales problems. Seppes is a strong and powerful company.
1. The sectional door of seppes
Open method: button and remote control.
Wind resistance level: can resist 8-10 wind.
EPDM rubber strips are installed on the bottom, top and both sides of the sealing.
Door panel material: standard 0.45 color steel plate, aluminum alloy and 304 stainless steel can be customize.
Thermal insulation performance: The interior of the door panel is fill with high-density polyurethane foam material, which has thermal insulation effect.
Safety protection device: Standard equipped with airbag, torsion spring anti-break device, wire rope anti-fall device, end buffer.
2.The basic information of Seppes
Seppes currently has 11 years of experience in the manufacture of industrial doors, and the technology is very mature. There are nearly 20 patents for various inventions and technologies, and 15 are pending. Industrial door products have passed CE certification and SGS certification. Moreover, the products have been export to Europe, Australia, the United States, Canada, France, Japan, Dubai, Russia and other countries and regions through high international standards. At the same time, Seppes is also a cooperative supplier of more than 60 Fortune 500 companies such as IKEA, Logitech, and Fresenius.