The Clean-Roll door is the only high-speed roll door designed specifically to meet the most comprehensive and stringent hygienic standards in the world – a combination of USDA, FDA, NSF and ISO standards.
All of the door’s components are fabricated of stainless steel or USDA compliant materials. Designed to allow complete washdown and includes many more sanitary design features that make it the natural choice for applications that demand absolute cleanliness. Plus, it provides all the low-maintenance, energy savings and productivity benefits of a high-speed door.
The Clean-Roll® door with the optional Drip-Safe guard enables fragile food cargoes to safely move through the doorway—further protecting raw or processed foods from contaminants and moisture condensation. The Drip-Safe is an automatic pneumatic drip-catch tray that moves under the roll drum when the door opens. When in place, the tray catches liquid residue from falling onto product as it passes through the doorway.
Classified by Underwriter’s Laboratories (UL® 2128) to meet USDA hygienic standards for meat, poultry, dairy and seafood applications. The entire door is washdown – yet its sanitary design prevents liquid contaminants from dripping into the traffic pathway and virtually eliminates potential sites for germ manifestation.
Clean-Set™, Break-Away™ tabs allow bottom bar to be reset without tools in just seconds, virtually eliminating door downtime.
Pneumatic, dual-chamber reversing edge and thru-beam
The System 4 door controller is designed to operate with many different types of activators, depending on the application and operating environment.
Activation loops embedded into the concrete on both sides of the doorway substantially reduce operator error in opening and closing doors. With no moving or exposed parts, floor induction loops are extremely reliable.
Motion detectors operate on microwave technology. They detect pedestrian and vehicle motion in a prescribed area. The detector sends a signal to the controller to open the door.
Presence sensors detect pedestrians and vehicles in the area of the detector. Motion is not necessary. The sensor signals the controller to open the door.
A radio control consists of a transmitter and a receiver. The vehicle operator activates the transmitter which sends a signal to the receiver. The receiver then signals the controller to open the door.
The push button is generally used with pedestrian traffic and is typically mounted on the wall near the door. Pedestrians push the button as they approach the door, which signals the door to open.
The pull cords are switches mounted on the ceiling. Pedestrians and vehicle operators pull the cord as they approach the door, signaling the controller to open the door. Vehicle operators generally have to slow down to pull the cord.
white or blue panel material
optional vulcanized window- permanently attached
Optional counterbalanced manual release system. Includes two counterweights and brake release
In airlock applications, one controller with various activators permits doors to be interconnected so only one door is open at a time.