Expertise in the energy from waste sector

Published:  09 October, 2019

HART DOOR SYSTEMS says its expertise in the Energy from Waste sector is fast being acknowledged with more contracts for its Speedor Storm doors just announced.

One of the latest is the replacement of 17 doors using Hart’s Storm doors which are designed for frequent use in high traffic situations and where exceptional wind resistance of up to 70 mph is required.

“Bearing in mind Climate Change and the many issues arising, the successful development of Speedor Storm is timely,” said a spokesman for Hart.  

“This particular contract replaces non-Hart doors where the supply of spare parts was an issue and the door type being replaced was not fit for the high-traffic situation on-site and all the other issues arising on Energy from Waste sites.

“Companies we work for are tackling Climate Change through waste management for example and Hart is delighted to be at the forefront of providing particular solutions in these challenging times.”

Hart says Speedor Storm is a robust and reliable system used predominately as an external rolling door and It features a unique guide system offering wind resistance up to class 5 as defined by DIN EN 12424, on larger openings up to 8m x 6m.

t: 0191 214 0404

w: www.hartdoors.com

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