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STEEL BUILDING DETAILS
Place Header Above Mainframe
Endwall Column Bracing (STEEL BUILDING)
End wall details - Side View (STEEL BUILDING)
Steel Building Details - TOP VIEW
Commercial Doors - Endwall Header Placement
Schweiss bifold doors can fit any steel buildings, old or new, providing the commercial door that suits your needs.
Extended Endwall on Existing Building - Single Extension
Extended Endwall on Existing Building - Double Extension
Free Standing header - Self-Supporting
Steel Building Column Details
Door Mounting Styles . . . on a steel building
T-Hangar Buildings with doors on both sides of the building
What to do!
What can be done to keep water out of the building
• Slope the apron in front away from the building
• Slope the concrete inside of the building
How to Keep water from Seeping into your building
What not to do
1 - No or minimal slope on apron.
2 - Locating the seam directly under the bottom rubber seal of the door.
3 - Allowing water to flow back into the building through a seam/crack.
Important to remember:
• Saw cuts may cause water to flow back into the building.
• The combination of saw cuts and no slope may cause water to flow into the inside of your building.
There is no need to make the building taller...
Where you hang the door makes all the difference.
Schweiss makes both styles of doors so... THE CHOICE IS YOURS!
Lose No Headroom
the clear opening
(Not under the header)
Both doors have the same clear opening
on the same building above
No need to make the building taller
Door Travel Comparison Parking Comparison
• Hydraulic doors (red arc) swing out when opening................Requires a stay back area.
• Bifold doors (blue arc) lift up when opening............................Parking not an issue.
We guarantee that our Door will fit your clear opening and lose no headroom
"Look for Quality, Look for Price, You'll Buy Schweiss!"