Ideal for harsh environments and high traffic areas, Albany high speed mining doors are the heavy duty doors of choice for above or underground applications in the Mining industry. Albany’s resilient rubber door panel and patented Windlok system enables doors to withstand high wind pressures while maintaining a near air-tight seal. Heavy duty side frames, breakaway bottom beams, and high-cycle drive units combine to make Albany doors the best in the business.
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Albany Door Systems’ UltraBig M&I Re-Coil-Away, “The World’s Toughest High Speed Rubber Doors“, are designed for door openings over 30′ x 30′. These heavy duty rubber mining doors provide dependable performance in the most demanding mining applications. The structural steel side frames, thick rubber curtain and patented windlok design form a near airtight seal and can resist extreme wind pressures. More Information
Albany Door Systems’ UltraTough M&I Re-Coil-Away, “The World’s Toughest High Speed Rubber Doors“, provide dependable performance in the most rugged mining applications. The steel side frames, heavy duty rubber curtain and patented windlok design form a tight perimeter seal that can resist positive and negative air pressures. If accidentally hit the bottom beam breaks away and can be reset in minutes, minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity. More Information
PosiDrive M&I high speed underground doors are mining doors ideal for harsh underground applications that need ventilation control. The Mining Safety and Health Association (MSHA) approved SBR rubber fabric is flame – retardant, puncture resistant and can withstand corrosion and chemicals. These heavy duty mining doors include a breakaway bottom bar, automatic reversing edge, and infrared photo cells to keep workers and equipment safe from door impact. The patented windlok design and tensioning system forms a near airtight seal that resists high windloads and pressures. More Information