Vinyl and Mesh Roll-Up Door offers up to 54 ips travel speeds.

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Applicable to high-use or forklift traffic areas as well as loading docks and lower-use areas, 5400 series features exchangeable mesh, vinyl, and clear panels. Door automatically resets after impact or blow out, and all panels are resistant to UV rays, rotting, tearing, and mildew. Sprayproof and dustproof operator features soft start and stop, can operate 200 times/hr, and facilitates installation with direct quill drive to door. Wind load rating to 45 mph is based on 10 x 12 ft test door.





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Goff's Introduces New High-Speed 54" Roll-Up Door



WISCONSIN – Goff’s Enterprises launched a new vinyl and mesh roll-up door: the “5400 series,” at the IDA Expo in Indianapolis. Designed as a high speed, multiple application door, the 5400 series will be popular for high use or forklift traffic areas in addition to loading docks and lower use areas.



The operator raises the door at 54” per second, is spray and dust proof, features a soft start and stop, can operate 200 times per hour and offers simple installation with a direct quill drive to the door.  The company claims that these features and benefits on a high speed door have never been available at this low of a price point.



Additionally, the new door features exchangeable mesh, vinyl and clear panels for multi-season use and performance. Beyond travel speeds of up to 54” per second, Goff’s 5400 series door includes extruded PVC side seals, custom fiberglass wind bars, and custom extruded aluminum side beams. The door is automatically reset after impact or blow out.



The mesh panel option features 11 oz mesh with a 65% shade factor. The solid vinyl panels are 18 oz coated vinyl available in 7 different colors. The clear window PVC panels are 40 mil double polished PVC.  All panels are resistant to ultraviolet rays, rotting, tearing and mildew. The door meets NFPA-701 and CSFM standards for flame retardancy, and are wind load rated to 45 mph based on a 10’ x 12’ test door.


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