Rapid Roll Doors at foodpro

This year at foodpro, Assa Abloy Entrance Systems is showcasing its new Albany RR500 Series Rapid Roll Door. The RR500 is a medium-sized high speed door for internal and external applications, specifically tailored to suit Australian requirements and conditions. It is suitable for intensive use and variable conditions, with Class leading Air and Water Permeability efficiency.

The door has a fast opening and closing speed of up to 2,4m/s. This speed improves traffic flow, provides comfort and saves energy.

It also has a unique direct door drive system, which eliminates the need for weighted bottom bars or tension systems by actively driving the door curtain. Its reliability and smooth operation is ensured by a frequency inverter driven motor for a soft start and stop.

Safety is an important feature of the RR500. The door has a soft bottom edge with no rigid parts, which moulds around any obstruction to prevent injury or damage. In the unlikely event of an impact with the door blade, the door is designed to release itself from the side columns and will simply reinsert back into place automatically, reducing downtime and repair costs. The touch sensitive safety edge automatically reverses the door in the event of an impact. The RR500’s self-reinserting side guides do not protrude into the doorway, allowing full access to the facility’s daylight opening sizes.

To increase the admission of daylight and visibility, the door curtain can be equipped with windows or vision panels. Windows have fixed sizes in a grid, whereas a vision panel uses the full width of the door curtain.

Albany doors are used by companies all over the world, in a wide range of industries. Supplier Assa Abloy Entrance Systems is a leading supplier of safe, convenient, reliable and energy-efficient entrance solutions. The company supplies intelligent products which decrease the loss of energy, improve interior air, ensure sufficient daylight, and control the air circulation, including the rotation of pollutants or potentially harmful particles to optimise facilities.

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