PS DOORS now offers two completely customizable solutions that are specifically engineered for water treatment facilities. Its monorail doors and sliding roof hatches, which are part of the company’s PS Access Solutions™ line of products, are 100 percent customizable to help improve efficiency and safety.
PS DOORS’ monorail doors are built to handle high wind loads and are ideal for transporting chemical drums in and out of chlorine and chemical access rooms. They are available as bi-part sliding doors or paired swing doors and are constructed of either stainless steel (316L/304) or galvannealed steel sheeting. Drop-in safety railings are available.
PS DOORS’ sliding roof hatches provide roof access that is ideal for moving large equipment in and out of a facility. The horizontal sliding design is unaffected by wind and operates in any weather condition. These hatches are constructed with a structurally engineered frame and are available in mild steel, stainless steel or aluminum with either manual or electric operation. They feature fully insulated panels and durable, full-perimeter brush seals for maximum energy efficiency.
“Water treatment facilities are especially hard on equipment and hardware, and each one is unique with its own unique challenges,” says Mark Haaland, PS Access Solutions™ National Sales Manager at PS DOORS. “Our monorail doors and sliding roof hatches are not only built to last in tough environments, but we can engineer them for any building, size, location or wind load.”
PS DOORS is an industry-leading manufacturer of commercial doors (PS Access Solutions™), flood protection products (PS Flood Barriers™) and safety/fall protection products (PS Safety Access™). With custom fabrication capabilities, PS DOORS serves a wide variety of industries, including the military, oil and gas, agriculture, food processing and all types of manufacturing. PS DOORS also provides residential and commercial garage doors under its PS GARAGE DOORS division. Established in 1974, PS DOORS is located in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
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