Clear Vision Panels
Vision panels can be added to allow for a clear line
of site through the curtain. Standard vision panels
are 54″ in height but can be made to any size.
A valance is made from the same material as the
lower curtain. They are used to seal the opening
above the curtain. This is generally the space from
the roof deck to the bottom of the joist or purling.
They can be rectangular or follow the slope of the roof.
A floor sweep seals the open area between the
curtain and the floor. It attaches to the main
curtain by Velcro. They are 6″ tall and as wide
as the entire length of the curtain. These are
ideal for controlling dust, fumes, odors and
other undesirable elements. They can also be
replaced in the future should the friction from
the floor wear them out.
Velcro straps hold your curtain in place if wind
is present or a more secure curtain is required.
These anchors feature Velcro straps which loop
through a D-ring which is anchored into the
cement floor. Typically spaced every 4′.
Seal Velcro also known as adhesive Velcro sticks
onto your curtain and can be installed in the field.
Please note that this is not ideal for cold
temperature applications or high-frequency use.
If you have a slight breeze or are power washing
near the curtain then we can add a galvanized
3/16″ chain weight to the bottom of the curtain.
Velco is used to connect curtain sections
together to form larger curtain walls. The
velcro also serves as an access points for
larger curtains and makes them easier to
Seal magnets are an idea way to attach curtains
to each other or adjacent steel walls and beams.
Best utilized in dusty areas that would clog up
Sewn In Strip Doors
Strip doors that are sewn into the curtain are
ideal for light foot traffic. This allows for quick
movement of people into and out of the
Free Standing Strip Doors
For motorized traffic a free-standing steel frame
strip door is ideal. The steel frame takes the
stress off of the curtain wall ensuring longevity
and performance for motor traffic and high use.
Swinging Impact Doors
A free-standing industrial swinging door can
also be provided for access. Also known as
impact doors, these heavy duty doors can
take a lot of abuse from carts, fork lifts or
heavy foot traffic.
Roll Up Doors
Supported with a free-standing steel frame
the power roll up doors can be opened and
closed via remote from a fork lift. Door
styles and prices vary based on frequency
of opening and closing, speed requirements