Getting 150 doors installed at one location speaks rather strongly about the quality and reliability of your door provider. But that's the current scorecard of Schweiss Bifold Liftstrap doors at Fort Carson, Colorado in Colorado Springs where the U.S. Army special heated maintenance shops called TEMFs (Tactical Equipment Maintenance Facilities) required strong doors for structures big enough for Army tanks and other special military tactical vehicles.
That meant special translucent paneling with enough strength to withstand the ‘blast load’ criteria that is part of the terrorist attack prevention now standard procedure at any military installation. This means heavier doors with bigger load requirements than would be used in a typical commercial environment. Special windows were also installed in several of these bifolds.
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