Maximize the efficiency of your cold storage area entrance with our bestselling high-speed, thermal-efficient door for cool rooms.
With their high thermal-insulation properties and one of the fastest opening speeds in the industry, THERMOspeed® doors substantially reduce energy costs and have proven to be very cost-effective, reliable solutions for cool-room environments.
THERMOspeed® comes in 2 options:
- THERMOspeed® EVO2 for internal openings
- THERMOspeed® EXT for external openings.
- R-value (RSI) of the door curtain: 6.31
- Thickness of the thermal panel: 30 mm
- Temperature range: +2°C to +95°C
- Standard opening: 4000 mm x 4000 mm; maximum opening up to 13000 mm
- Opening speed: up to 2.2 m/s
- Standard safety features: light curtains, fall protection guard and emergency chain haul
- Colour: grey
Save energy and reduce operational costs
Thanks to its high thermal insulation (R-value (RSI) = 6.31), the THERMOspeed® high-speed insulated door maintains thermal integrity in temperatures ranging from +2°C to +95°C and does not require blowers.
Our record opening speed of up to 2.2 m/s helps to minimize the amount of air that escapes every time the door opens.
Minimize expenses associated with damaged doors
Highly flexible and robust PE foam material makes the door curtain both rigid to resist drafts and negative pressures, and flexible to be pushed out of tracks to withstand the impact from a forklift collision.
The modular curtain design of the THERMOspeed® high-speed insulated door allows for cost-efficient, quick repairs of the damaged panels.
Ensure a high standard of safety
Lower your personnel’s risk of injury with the THERMOspeed® high-speed insulated door standard safety features:
- light curtains,
- fall protection guard
- emergency chain haul.
We can further enhance safety with optional electronic contact strips and snap-lock guides (THERMOspeed® EXT only).
Trust the German quality
Rely on the precise engineering, durability and reliability of EBS thermal-efficient doors designed in Germany with electronics and motors made in Germany by GFA.