Rain
7 °C
Seattle, Washington
Rain

Wed Dec 12 2018
none

On a roll: new high-speed doors from DMF

31-08-2010
by 
in 

 

The Efaflex STT is a high-speed roll door that provides an ideal solution to control temperature and dust in food and warehouse applications when doors are frequently opened and closed.
 
The Efaflex not only seals the opening, but also provides light and visibility into the warehouse.
 
These doors are intricately designed, yet can withstand tough conditions with high usage. 
 
The STT model is part of a large range and has a see through door blade constructed from acrylic glass and strengthening aluminium windbars. 
 
With the ability to accommodate openings up to 8m square, and speeds up to 3.2m/s, this customised door can help increase productivity. 
 
The doors are also available with solid in-fills to lower visibility.
 
Sydney based DMF International is exclusive agent for the German manufactured Efaflex door range and has agencies throughout Australia.
 
Contact DMF for a no obligation free assessment and quote. 
 
DMF International
1800 281 170

Related news & editorials

  1. 12.12.2018
    12.12.2018
    by      In
    With almost 40 years of experience in applications of incremental shaft encoders, Plant Control & Automation has developed a number of instruments for both testing and simulating these complex devices.
    Now the company has put all this expertise into one instrument: the EncoderLab is both an... Read More
  2. 11.12.2018
    11.12.2018
    by      In
    Wenglor has expanded its PNG smart generation of photoelectronic sensors, available in Australia from Treotham Automation. The range now comprises seven devices, including new compact 1P (50 x 50 x 20mm) and 1N (75 x 32.5 x 18mm) housings, all equipped with IO-Link 1.1 for Industry 4.0 integration... Read More
  3. 11.12.2018
    11.12.2018
    by      In
    Responding to increasing demand for rapid prototyping and small-batch wear-resistant plastic parts, igus has increased the capacity of its 3D printing service with the addition of new laser sintering printers.
    Available in Australia via Treotham Automation, the igus 3D printing service uses a... Read More
  4. 11.12.2018
    11.12.2018
    by      In
    Machine builders and systems integrators using rotary encoders for speed and position feedback are faced with a bewildering array of encoder specifications that can make choosing and stocking the correct encoder for each job a logistical nightmare.
    The solution is the Posital’s new magnetic series... Read More