The new Teckentrup sectional door SW 80 improves the heat and cold insulation of storage facilities, workshops and refrigerated warehouses. 80 mm thick sections ensure an increase of more than 50% in heat insulation. This special door therefore contributes greatly to lower energy costs.
Come storm or calm, rain or shine, the new highly-insulating Teckentrup sectional door SW 80 helps to keep the temperature inside a building constant. Several factors contribute to its excellent insulation properties: The panels contain an insulation core made of 80 mm PUR foam, which provides complete thermal separation of the steel sections. The U-value of the panel is therefore 0.27 W/m²K. Rot-proof special seals help to cut energy loss at the transition points between the door leaf and the frame. For example, a 5x5 m door achieves the extremely low UD-value of 0.58 W/m²k – providing nearly as much insulation as a solid wall. The door is particularly suitable for buildings in which a constant temperature is required; minimizing heat loss in the winter and saving air conditioning energy in the summer.
Furthermore, the double-skinned steel door panels provide great stability: Storm-proof up to wind class 4 (144 km/h). The door is particularly suitable for windy areas (e.g. in mountainous or coastal regions).
Attractive appearance for industrial architecture
The door blends into numerous architectural styles due to the ribbed (“stucco”) and unribbed (“micro-profiled”) designs, highly-insulating triple glazing and various fitting types. Its hard-wearing surface is available as standard in grey white (RAL 9002) – also available in all RAL colours.
Installation is quick and easy thanks to prefabricated assemblies. The sectional door SW 80 is available in widths of up to 10 m; a high-speed version can also be installed to further reduce energy loss when opening and closing the door.
28 Jan 2021
Teckentrup has completed installation of its doors with Crossrail at Farringdon station and is entering the maintenance phase. See the 3D tour and video for a glimpse of our doors in situ.
26 Jan 2021
After COVID-related delays at the suppliers in Italy and the new Brexit border challenges, the beast has arrived - our new state-of-the-art £250k CNC machine!