Rapid Auto Roll Doors

Multi Door

Premier Plastics manufactures a wide range of Rapid Auto Roll Doors that boost efficiency and productivity for a variety of industries.

They can be used to suit many and various applications, including:

  • Airports
  • Car parks
  • Car washes
  • Distribution centres
  • Emergency service facilities
  • Automotive worshops/dealerships
  • Food manufacturing
  • Hardware stores
  • Pharmaceutical facilities
  • Warehouses
  • Supermarkets
  • Coolrooms/freezers
  • Manufacturing facilities
  • Industrial kitchens
  • Hospitals

 


Rapid Auto Roll Doors are also known as fast action doors, high-speed crash doors, low maintenance doors, self-repairing high-speed doors and high performance doors.

All the Rapid Auto Roll Doors at Premier Plastics feature:

  • Durable panels made from polyester reinforced fire retardant PVC, coated with a UV absorber for increased lifespan
  • In-line safety beams to prevent closing on objects parked in doorways
  • Full width clear plastic safety vision panel positioned at your preferred height
  • Bottom safety edge to auto reverse the door in case a person or object in the doorway.

Our doors are manufactured at our Campbellfield factory, with the exception of the outstanding EFAFLEX range , which is designed and made in Germany.

 

 

Door Activation

Premier Plastics is proud to support Australian innovation, which is why we only use control units that are Australian made and designed.

Our control boxes are configured to conveniently activate your door in a variety of ways including:

  • Pull cords
  • In-ground induction loop
  • Radar activation
  • Remote control

 

Our Models

RL3000

The RL3000 is an efficient high-speed system that streamlines traffic flow, reduces noise and seals temperature. It is typically used in cleanrooms, warehouses, manufacturing facilities, food manufacturing, pharmaceutical industries and car washes. The system is easy to set up and install, yet incredibly durable.

Premier Plastics installed a RL3000 door in a Melbourne metro mail centre 12 years ago. This door is still in use and has completed over 1.9 million cycles.

Series 4000

The Series 4000 High-Speed Self-Repairing Door (also known as the Breakout Door) has been developed for doorway openings that are subject to high forklift traffic.

In the event of a collision, the curtain dislodges from its tracks and the unique self-repairing relocating system automatically re-inserts the door curtain back into the door guides. This economical system works to reduce maintenance costs and boost efficiency.