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Chase Doors Flexible Clear Vinyl Double Panel Impact Traffic Door ECD4884 4'W x 7'H

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Chase Doors Flexible Clear Vinyl Double Panel Impact Traffic Door ECD4884 4'W x 7'H

Item #: WB984674

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Price: $ 590.00
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Keeps The Cold Air In for Walk-In Coolers or Freezers!

This clear flexible door is the most economical way to provide easy area-to-area access and is an excellent alternative to a strip curtain door. Flexible impact traffic door is designed for use in walk-in coolers, food preparation areas and any other application where conserving energy, preventing dust and complete visibility is essential. The door panel is constructed with clear 0.120"” thick vinyl for complete visibility and maximum safety. Self-closing hinge has a zinc base and a tubular, gusseted, powder coated arm for strength and corrosion resistance.

Additional Sizes are available; please call for more information.

Note: Not recommended for motorized traffic.

Note: Frame not included. Frame is available; please call for more information.

Product Specifications

    • WIDTH FEET4'0"
    • HEIGHT FEET7'0"
    • ASSEMBLYUnassembled
    • BRANDChase Doors
    • CONSTRUCTION0.120" thick PVC Plastic
    • DOOR TYPEDouble Door
    • STYLEWithout Frame

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