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Telescopic Canopy Doors - Aircraft Hangar Doors

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Fleming Steel Company
P.O. Box 5207
New Castle, PA 16105
Tel: (800) 338-6964
Fax: (724) 658-7018

info@flemingdoors.com

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Telescopic Canopy Doors - Aircraft Hangar Doors

Your facility is unique in its design, size and usage. Its Canopy door must also be one-of-a-kind - custom designed by Fleming engineers who will carefully assist you in selecting the most suitable type. The Canopy type door is used not only as the primary door system, but also for special applications; such as an Aircraft Tail Door in combination with slide doors, or Special Vehicle Entry Doors.

Canopy Doors by Fleming feature:
  • Fast, dependable, all-weather operation with absolute safety
  • Tight weathering for maximum heat conservation
  • Low yearly maintenance expense
  • Optimum usable interior working and exterior apron space
  • Controlled opening heights for vehicles and smaller aircraft

Many in aviation prefer canopy doors. The advantages are numerous where slide door stacking space is unavailable or takes usable work space. The open door canopy adds protected working area. The sturdy design provides long, trouble free life; fast, economical all weather operation with maximum heat conservation. Options include full insulation, sash, personnel doors, louvers, and plastic panels. Customize Fleming canopy doors by sheeting with your siding, or ours, in any style and color desired.

For openings of any width and up to 80' high. Constructed in totally independent horizontal sections, telescopic canopy doors do not require side guides. Any width opening can be filled with a number of sections installed side by side, and operated independently, in combination or in unison. Each section, normally 60' to 80' wide, consists of a vertically rising lower-and top-hinged upper leaf. The canopy is formed when the lower leaf moves up behind the top leaf and both swing out.

Grumman's aircraft paint building at Bethpage, Long Island, uses two 82'-0" wide by 27'-0" high Fleming motorized telescopic canopy doors with two sets of unusual air filter sliding doors behind them.


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