New Schweiss Hydraulic Doors Emergency Capabilities

Schweiss Hydraulic Doors can now be opened or closed during an unexpected power outage with a remote-operated DC Battery-Motorized back-up control system. All you have to do is simply press “Up,” and your hydraulic door opens. They are also engineered with a no extra cost drill-driven backup system which uses a screw gun 7/16” socket hex head, and hydraulic tractor fittings come standard with each Schweiss Red Power pump hydraulic unit.
Emergency door lowering can also be as simple as turning a screw on the pump. Your large moving door will close at a controlled, safe speed, no matter the situation or emergency. It’s that easy, no mess, no oil drains back into the tank.  Schweiss Doors has been at the forefront of providing Hydraulic and Liftstrap Bifold doors for agricultural uses throughout Canada and the U.S. Farmers and ranchers have found that the dependability and superb craftsmanship that goes into both these styles of doors and their components has answered their every need.

Our hydraulic door pump unit gives you faster door speed when opening and closing giving a cycle time of approximately 30 seconds, it is the most efficient pump on the market. You don’t want a slow door that lets the heat out of your building in the winter or air conditioning out in the summer. The uniquely designed Schweiss pump unit is contained all in one unit and can be top or underhung and mounted on your building wall, floor, under a bench or in a back room.

The unique hydraulic pump system uses a fast and quiet, fan-cooled LEESON 1,800 rpm motor available in 2 h.p to 10 h.p., depending on the size and weight of your door.  Schweiss doesn’t use undersized motors that can get hot and burn out.  Big doors are a large moving end or sidewall. Two powerful cylinders carry the entire weight of the door. Schweiss cylinders won’t bend, break or bow. Another important feature that you won’t find on other hydraulic doors is the recent introduction of spherical bearings. These bearing are located between the teardrop area and cylinder plate at each end of the doors’ cylinders — a perfect answer to a safer, stronger and longer-lasting door.  Schweiss hydraulic door “added-strength” frames have double end hinges and more hinges per door, which means they don’t have to support as much weight per hinge.  For more information on hydraulic door backup systems, call Schweiss Doors at 800-746-8273 or visit our website at www.schweissdoors
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Schweiss Doors Makes Any Container

Shipping and commercial containers come in many forms and sizes, but many don’t have door accessibility. Even dealing with conventional containers with a door located at the end can be a hassle. Now Schweiss Doors can make any container, whether it be for backyard storage, rail or ship transport, much more user-friendly by fitting it with one or more hydraulic doors on the sides or both ends for increased, easy access.

Imagine having to open a container door and then you fill it completely full from front to back. Then you remember you need to get something from the center. It’s really cumbersome and not easy to get things out of a container once it is stacked full. You could use the option of leaving an aisleway down the center, but that makes storage space even smaller.

Containers with side or endwall steel doors can easily be opened and closed for loading or unloading with a forktruck or other means. Container doors can be attached to all four sides of a container or even on the top of it. Schweiss Door engineers can work with you to design any configuration you might desire.

Schweiss one-piece hydraulic container doors are prehung on their own frame with the best compact pump on the market, strong cylinders and spherical bearings. They can be opened and closed by remote control quickly and quietly and have very few moving parts.  A hydraulic door which opens from the bottom up also provides a canopy or awning protecting the inner contents from excessive sun or inclement weather.

All Schweiss doors are custom made to fit your container to exact measurements. These doors can be designed with windows, walk doors or to accept any exterior cladding or insulation desired. When you close the container doors you can also be assured that your product is burglar-proof and secure, but easy to get to.

Schweiss doesn’t just make container doors, they can also build you a customized container or design a container for use at trade shows. A sidewall hydraulic door on a container can also serve as a display booth.  The beauty of this is the container is all self-contained and can be set up or closed down secure and fast.  When you arrive at a show site, all you have to do is open the door and you are in business. It’s ideal for companies marketing, displaying and selling their wares, and even for food vending containers on wheels. The possibilities are endless.
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Beautiful Ohio airpark hangar accented by recessed bifold door

JT Strange and his family are in the process of building their new home alongside their just finished hangar in the Obannon Creek Aerodrome Airpark located in Goshen, Ohio. The newly-built hangar needed a big 45 ft. x 15 ft. 11” door for his Cessna 182T, which he also uses for business in nearby Milford, Ohio.
To fill that need he decided on a Schweiss bifold liftstrap/autolatch door. JT is a National Service Specialist and Consultant for Diamond Machine Tool in Milford, Ohio and uses his plane for business and pleasure purposes. He’s been flying for about five years.
Bob Beckman of R.D. Beck Services, LLC in Harrison, Ohio has been selling and installing Schweiss bifold and hydraulic doors since 1999. He said that JT Strange asked for a Schweiss bifold liftstrap/autolatch remote opening door to be installed by Beckman on his new hangar. He also requested that Beckman install the door and sheeting with black corrugated sheeting on a horizontal configuration instead of vertical as some others will do.
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Schweiss Doors has ‘Back-up’ systems for your door in case of power outage

Before placing an order for a hydraulic or bifold door, have you given any thought to how you would get that big, heavy door open in case of a power outage.

This is an important consideration, not only for knowing how you will get your door
opened or closed if you need to, but as a safety precaution as well.

Schweiss Doors, the leading manufacturer of hydraulic and bifold liftstrap doors, has you
covered on this. Schweiss has backup systems that come standard with your door and additional ones you may also consider.

Hydraulic tractor fittings come standard on all Schweiss hydraulic doors. In addition to
that the Schweiss hydraulic door can be opened or closed with a DC Battery-Motorized back-up control station that operates with the press of a button. The new compact hydraulic unit is also designed with a drill-driven back-up using a 7/16” hex head — just attach a socket to raise and lower your door at any time or from any position.

Emergency door lowering can also be as simple as turning a screw on the pump. Your
large moving door will close at a controlled, safe speed, no matter the situation or emergency. It’s that easy, no mess, no oil drains back into the tank.

All Schweiss bifold doors have an electrical disconnect to allow manual operation by an
emergency back-up system if power is lost. Bifold doors can be manually operated in the event of a power outage using an emergency back-up hand crank, powered generator, battery powered drill, tractor-powered hydraulic coupler fittings or 12 Volt D.C. emergency back-up.

Included is an electrical disconnect device to completely disable the door for service,
maintenance and emergency back-up operations. This will prevent the motor from operating when manually operating the door.

For years Schweiss has been manufacturing only the highest quality doors and we never
fail to innovate new products in the door market.

For more information on Schweiss Doors, go to www.schweissdoors.com or call us at
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Schweiss Doors Specializes in Floatplane Hangar, Marina and Boathouse Doors

Wind, waves or weather . . . If youʼre living near the waterʼs edge and going through the
hassle of tieing down your floatplane, seaplane or watercraft to a dock or shore in windy
waters or rainy, cold weather, Schweiss Doors has the perfect solution for you.

Schweiss Doors has built several floatplane hangar doors, boathouse and marina doors that have made pilots and boat owners across the United States and abroad the envy of the lake. It doesnʼt matter if you prefer a one-piece hydraulic door or a bifold liftstrap door, they both work very fine. And youʼll wonder why you waited so long to take advantage of this luxury, or should we say necessity.

If your hangar is at the waterʼs edge, these Schweiss doors can be installed year round.  Installing a boathouse door is obviously a little more complicated than doing one on dry land, but Schweiss Doors personnel have the experience and know-how to have it done or guide you on the installation process whether it be in the summer or winter.

If you have a new or existing boathouse or hangar, Schweiss Doors can also give you all the dimensions prior to installing a Schweiss door so that the opening can be made to the exact size and specifications so the door can be put on in a matter of a few hours or more.  Schweiss hydraulic and bifold liftstrap/autolatch custom made doors are also made to accept a number of different exterior claddings from lightweight aluminum siding to heavy wood planking. Our heavy-duty hydraulic pumps and cylinders with top quality top or bottom mount motors and bifold door liftstraps and autolatches can easily lift and tightly secure any size door you might need.

Youʼll more than likely want to include a remote door opener to make dry docking your air or watercraft even easier. Makes sense doesnʼt it, youʼve got a automatic door opener on your garage, airport hangar or shed, why not have one on your boat house and floatplane hangar? Most floatplane and seaplane pilots build a rail system into their hangar to pull their planes in and another option is to build your hangar large enough to park your boat right next to your plane.

Marinas throughout the U.S.A. and abroad have also found that Schweiss doors are ideal for their off-season storage facilities and the doors can be windrated to withstand hurricane-force winds.
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