Multiple-Leaf Vertical-Lifting Fabric Doors

Vertical-lifting PVC coated polyester doors are designed for large-sized openings. Their unique design and structure offers high wear resistance, energy efficiency and minimum maintenance. There are almost no practical limits to their size and configuration thanks to the intermediate elevating support posts.
Multiple-Leaf Vertical-Lifting Fabric Doors

Application

Aircraft hangars for maintenance and storage of helicopters and wide-body aircraft
Shipbuilding boathouses for final assembly of ships
Hangars for maintenance and storage of aircraft
Warehouses and production facilities

Advantages

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Design

RAL 9003 Signal white
RAL 9003 Signal white
RAL 8014 Sepia brown
RAL 8014 Sepia brown
RAL 5005 Signal blue
RAL 5005 Signal blue
RAL 6005 Moss green
RAL 6005 Moss green
RAL 3005 Wine red
RAL 3005 Wine red
RAL 9006 White aluminium
RAL 9006 White aluminium
RAL 7004 Signal grey
RAL 7004 Signal grey
RAL 3000 Flame red
RAL 3000 Flame red

Construct and sizes

Construction
  • 1. Side guide rails
  • 2. Top beam
  • 3. Shaft
  • 4. Gear motor
  • 5. Horizontal frame
  • 6. Sound and light alarm
  • 7. Control cabinet
  • 8. Bottom beam
  • 9. Belts
  • 10. PVC coated polyester curtain
  • 11. Bottom seal
  • 12. Photocells
  • 13. Side seal
  • 14. Supporting structure (optional)
  • 15. Intermediate elevating support post
  • 16. Electric winch for lifting the support post
  • 17. Safety device for lifting the support post
  • 18. Hinge pivot of the support post
  • 19. Lifting cable for the support post
Parameters Value
Multiple-leaf vertical-lifting PVC coated polyester doors, TYPE-3
Opening width, mm From 30 000 and more
Opening height, mm From 8 000 to 20 000
Opening Dimensions

Mounting

Checking Dimensional Details
  • The Customer should prepare the opening in accordance with technical specification sent by the manufacturer. At the beginning of installation works the customer brings power supply to the object.
The doors are installed in accordance with the Production Project (PPR) and Instructions for Installation, Start-up and Operation of the Doors according to specifications and approved by the Customer. When the doors are put into operation a special Acceptance Committee examines their operation and compliance to the requirements of Test Program and Procedure Album. The doors are installed in accordance with the Production Project (PPR) and Instructions for Installation, Start-up and Operation of the Doors according to specifications and approved by the Customer. When the doors are put into operation a special Acceptance Committee examines their operation and compliance to the requirements of Test Program and Procedure Album.
Rectangular openings Rectangular openings
Openings of any configuration Openings of any configuration

Complectations

The door leaf is made of two layers of very strong pvc-coated polyester fabric. In case of door leaf damage you need not to dismantle the whole door to change the leaf.
The door leaf is made of two layers of very strong pvc-coated polyester fabric. In case of door leaf damage you need not to dismantle the whole door to change the leaf.
The top of the door leaf is bolted to the metal construction of the hangar with special fastening points regulating tension of the leaf.
The top of the door leaf is bolted to the metal construction of the hangar with special fastening points regulating tension of the leaf.
Gear motors and drums are supported by the above-the-door beam of the hangar metal construction.
Gear motors and drums are supported by the above-the-door beam of the hangar metal construction.
End switches, installed on the free shaft of the drum, stop gear motors when the door reaches end opened and closed positions.
End switches, installed on the free shaft of the drum, stop gear motors when the door reaches end opened and closed positions.
The shafts are made of tubes. Special sprockets are installed on the shaft ends, on the low-speed shafts of gear motors and drum shafts.
The shafts are made of tubes. Special sprockets are installed on the shaft ends, on the low-speed shafts of gear motors and drum shafts.
Special belts are used for the opening and closing of the door. One end of the belt is fixed to the drum, the other — to the lower beam through a suspension unit.
Special belts are used for the opening and closing of the door. One end of the belt is fixed to the drum, the other — to the lower beam through a suspension unit.
Brush seals, installed along the vertical edges of the inside and outside surface of the door leaf, securely protect the  door leaf and opening providing maximum tightness.
Brush seals, installed along the vertical edges of the inside and outside surface of the door leaf, securely protect the door leaf and opening providing maximum tightness.
The bottom seal made in the form of a teardrop pocket securely presses to the ground.
The bottom seal made in the form of a teardrop pocket securely presses to the ground.
Side posts have guiding rails for the movement of horizontal frames and the bottom beam. These guiding rails are made of aluminium profile of special configuration, ensuring a strictly defined movement of the door leaf.
Side posts have guiding rails for the movement of horizontal frames and the bottom beam. These guiding rails are made of aluminium profile of special configuration, ensuring a strictly defined movement of the door leaf.
Intermediate elevating support post is moved with an electrical winch supported by a special safety device. When the door is fully opened the post is behind the door curtain folded in the upper part of the opening, allowing for an aircraft to move freely. When the door is fully closed the post is in vertical position.
Intermediate elevating support post is moved with an electrical winch supported by a special safety device. When the door is fully opened the post is behind the door curtain folded in the upper part of the opening, allowing for an aircraft to move freely. When the door is fully closed the post is in vertical position.
Push-button control unit, installed on the outer side of the control cabinet, is used to control door operation.
Push-button control unit, installed on the outer side of the control cabinet, is used to control door operation.
Safety photocells are installed in the opening to provide secure operation of the doors.
Safety photocells are installed in the opening to provide secure operation of the doors.
Light and sound alarms, installed in the upper part of the opening, switch on when the gear motors are operated to to provide secure operation of the doors.
Light and sound alarms, installed in the upper part of the opening, switch on when the gear motors are operated to to provide secure operation of the doors.
Additional control unit for PVC coated polyester doors.
Additional control unit for PVC coated polyester doors.
Additional photocells.
Additional photocells.
Non-standard RAL-colour.
Non-standard RAL-colour.

Extra information

  • Operate hangar doors carefully following the instructions of Operation Manual and Technical Data for the hangar doors.
  • Only qualified personnel can install DoorHan hangar doors and must be fully knowledgeable in the design, construction, technical operation of the subject doors according to the corresponding Specifications and Documents. The installation specialists must have electro-technical and mechanical certified qualifications and have knowledge of all technical parameters and safety devices of the doors. They must produce corresponding trade certificates before installation. During the operation and technical maintenance the staff must fulfil all safety requirements as described in the Operation Manual and special instructions.
  • 3. Prior to door operation the operator should examine the door leaves for signs of wear and tear, torn or broken sections of the seal. Special lifting equipment is not required.
  • If the operator detects any failures threatening safe operation of the doors and he can’t eliminate them by himself, the operator, without operating the doors, should report to the responsible person and make an appropriate entry in the log.
  • The operator should not:
  • - transfer control of the doors without permission of the person in charge;
  • - get distracted from his responsibilities;
  • - leave unattended the control unit with the inserted key-mark;
  • - start the reverse movement of the doors prior to their complete stop except when he needs to prevent an accident.
  • The control cabinet is supplied with electricity after the toggle switch is turned on, at that a signal lamp lights up on the control cabinet.
  • Hold UP or DOWN button to run the doors after power is supplied to the control cabinet. After that light and sound alarms are on, gear motors run and door curtain starts to rise or lower. If UP or DOWN button is released during opening or closing of the door, the drives will stop automatically.
  • When the door curtain reaches its end position (DOWN or UP) the limit switch stops the drives, sound and light alarms switch off.
  • After the door operation is finished switch off power supply to the control cabinet with toggle switch.
  • Description and specification for the component parts (gear motors, control units, etc.) are provided in the corresponding Technical Data (Operation Manual) attached to the Technical Data for hangar doors.
  • One should strictly observe safety regulations during door maintenance, routine inspection, troubleshooting and operation. Staff should be examined for knowledge of safety regulations at least once a year by a special commission. The results of the examination are recorded in a special journal.
Packing in cardboard Packaging features
Contents Reliable cardboard box, stretch film
DoorHan warrants the hangar doors to operate properly for a period of 2 years from purchase date. The warranty period can be extended should regular verifiable maintenance be carried out.
  • On Customer’s request the door is supplied with spare parts, tools and accessories.

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