"A great feature on the Schweiss power units"
We furnish a universal bracket on all power units which allows you to position the hydraulic power unit anywhere within your building,
keeping the inside appearance of your hangar, workshop, or warehouse clean and neat looking. It also keeps you from hearing the pump
motor run. Placement is not restricted to just by the door opening.
1. Wall mounting brackets - keeps the floor area free and clear.
2. Floor mount stand is self-contained and can be easily moved and placed.
SCHWEISS DOES NOT USE A LOW END ELECTRICAL SYSTEM. ALL SCHWEISS POWER UNITS ARE READY TO WORK. THEY EVEN HAVE
THEIR OWN TEST CORD FOR EASY INSTALLATION OF YOUR DOOR. CONVENIENT FOR THE CUSTOMER INSTALLING HIS OWN DOOR.
A simple touch of the button lets you open/close/stop your door at any height. The motor automatically stops when you take your finger off
the control station. Control station is pre-wired for low voltage.
Every door Schweiss manufactures is furnished with safety electrical disconnect. This completely disables the door for service, maintenance,
and emergency backup operations. Mount the electrical disconnect so it is accessible from floor level.
Schweiss now offers both RED and GREEN Hydraulic Pump and Cylinder Paint Colors
Understand the hydraulic doors and all the safety issues that are inherent with each door... If a hydraulic
hose or line ever bursts, the hydraulic system must Lock Up and STOP the door from moving!
If the hydraulic system were to experience a sudden hydraulic line rupture, there's nothing to stop the door
from coming down when using only restrictors in the cylinders! Restrictors alone, when used on the hydraulic
cylinders, do not stop/lock the door in the event of a hydraulic line failure.
Uncontrolled movement of any overhead door is never safe!
What safety feature will your hydraulic door have on it to keep the door from coming down in the event of a
hydraulic line failure?
Hydraulic doors are large in size and just like an airplane wing, the doorframe must be able to flex during
operation. The hydraulic cylinders on each side of the doorway are connected to the doorframe and the
building using spherical bearings. The spherical bearings accommodate the flexibility of the doorframe
while at the same time allowing the cylinders to raise and lower the door without binding on the hydraulic cylinder pins and brackets.