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Wide open endwall hangar hydraulic doors

You can have space to spare with a large hydraulic door on your hangar endwall.

Airplanes are like farm equipment. Farmers have a tendency to purchase newer and bigger equipment, many pilots do the same. This often calls for a bigger, wider, taller hydraulic hangar door to open up your entire endwall. Schweiss hydraulic aviation doors are the answer to all your big hydraulic door needs. These sturdy one-piece all-steel frame hydraulic doors will give you countless years of enduring maintenence-free use and open with the push of a button or long range remote door opener. Schweiss hydraulic hangar doors are all custom-made doors and are guaranteed to fit your hangar door opening. The big hydraulic cylinders and the powerful compact hydraulic pump seal and lock your hydraulic door tight. A windrated door can stand up against hurricane-force winds. So if you are getting tight for room, consider opening up the endwalls of your hangar with a performance proven Schweiss hydraulic door. Schweiss doors are appearing at airpark hangars, hangar homes, military installations and all sorts of airports and landing strip hangars around the nation. Pilots prefer Schweiss brandname doors for their performance as well as their looks. Bar none, they’re the best hydraulic door on the entire market.
Hydraulic hangar doors

Some airports have row upon row of Schweiss hydraulic hangar doors installed to open up their endwalls for easy access.

Hydraulic door with windows

The endwall of this large hangar has a big Schweiss hydraulic door with windows to take advantage of outdoor lighting.

Sprayplane pilots love dual hydraulic hangar doors

Sprayplane hangars often have two hydraulic doors mounted on their endwalls to speed up the process of loading chemicals. Their planes can enter one end of the hangar and taxi through to the other side without shutting off their engines.

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