With quadruple glazing and 80 millimetre insulating core, Teckentrup is further extending its range of highly insulating industrial sectional doors. At BAU (hall B3, stand 321), the structural element manufacturer is presenting its two new door types "SL 80" and "SLW 80" which, thanks to the high proportion of glass, permit viewing into and out of the hall, allow daylight into the interior and keep heat inside due to their new construction.
Energy saving – this trend has been persisting for years, and is likely to intensify in the future. No wonder, then, that energy and resources efficiency will also be a central theme at BAU 2015. In this segment, Teckentrup is further extending its range of heat-insulating doors: The technology of the industrial sectional door with 80 millimetre thick panels that have long proven themselves in the SW 80 "insulating door" has been transferred to the "SL" and "SLW" types. This means that very transparent doors are now available with improved thermal insulation ("SL 80" and "SLW 80").
Here, the transparent door part is formed by a thermally-separated aluminium construction that is filled with triple – or optionally even quadruple – acrylic glazing. The SL 80 door type is fully glazed, and in the case of the SLW 80 door type the base section – optionally also the second section – is formed from 80 millimetre thick polyurethane-filled panels. Depending on the requirements profile, this means that the optimum door can be configured. As with the "SW 80", improvement of the insulating value by up to 50 per cent is also possible with the new door types, depending on the door size.
The other characteristics and design options are retained. Suitable drives, robust door sections, durable surfaces in many colour tones and decors, robust floor seals, etc. All in all, a comprehensive range of sectional doors is now available in 40 or 80 millimetre thickness, where material, insulating value, transparency and surface can be selected in a modular manner to build up a door that is precisely in accordance with requirements.
29 May 2020
Much of the Teckentrup Team is continuing to remote work, using Microsoft Teams video meetings, Zoom socials, and sharing positive stories on Sharepoint. The Teckentrup offices have been reorganised and safe distancing practices made visible throughout.
14 May 2020
We are sharing a communication from the DHF concerning a Health and Safety Executive (HSE) communication on installation, operation and maintenance manuals.