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High speed wind resistance doors installed at Barangaroo

Supplier: DMF International By: Stephen Fell
01 November, 2017

Barangaroo is located on the north western side of the Sydney CBD, and is undergoing a major development of residential, office and hotel accommodation.

The area is a former industrial site, and there remains contamination from the old Millers Point Gasworks and from landfill. The Barangaroo Delivery Authority is cleaning up this historic contamination on behalf of the NSW Government, and as part of this involved process, large temporary shelters have been constructed to contain the soil being excavated and transported for treatment.

The challenge

Road trucks would have to enter these large tent like enclosures to be loaded with the contaminated soil, and with no threat of the soil being released into the atmosphere.

The external doors were required to withstand high winds and needed to operate at opening and closing speeds at inexcess of 1m/sec.

The Solution

DMF supplied a series of large high speed automated doors to create airlock type facilities to ensure the environmental protection.

The Efaflex high speed door was the perfect solution. The doors are designed for high frequency of use, in either commercial or heavy industrial applications, and include sophisticated safety sensors.

The external doors were specified to withstand up to 150km/h winds, with sizes up to 6mH x 7.5W.

The doors operated at opening and closing speeds at inexcess of 1m/sec.

We can manufacture these doors in custom sizes.

DMF are the appointed agent  for Efaflex high speed doors; Australia wide, and can provide service in all states. Contact us to learn more.