Industrial Door Case Studies
Our client, an Oxford College, had to secure access to a courtyard at the rear of their building. This punched, powder coated, remote controlled shutter door, accommodated the arched shape of the buildings entrance & provided ventilation & easy access by remote controlled handsets for their many members of staff
This particular client, a convenience store owner needed additional securing at the rear entrance of his premises. Exchanging the old unsecure timber fire doors & adding this new double steel hinged personnel door, in powder coated paint finish, removed the security weakness immediately, & brought the entrance in line with current fire regulations.
This Fiat dealership needed to secure their trade sales part department. This extruded aluminium servery hatch shutter in powder coated white finish provided security & privacy when needed. These servey shutters, which are all made to suit individual openings, are highly adaptable and cover a variety of uses, proving particularly popular for bar & kitchen areas in many public buildings.
One of our local farmers had built a new barn. To remain cost effective but give maximum entrance space for machinery access & ventilation, these large galvanised steel roller shutters were ideal.
A garden centre needed continual access from one department to another with customer trolleys & fork trucks. These PVC crash doors are extremely sturdy & can take the punishment of being ‘driven through’ continually on a daily basis.
This is just a small selection of some of these products that Cherwell Doors, Banbury has carried out. Some of our clients value their privacy & rely on our discretion; so unfortunately, we can’t show you them all!
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