So, how does RollSeal work? As the door closes, the drive pipe rotates, spooling 3 layers of fabric down into place within the interior of its protective tracks, positively sealing with commercial hook-and-loop or industrial magnetics. The front, middle, and rear panels are seamed together forming 2 pockets. This design allows for each tension pipe to be encompassed independently in the front and rear panels. The sealing process is made possible by these 2 tension pipes.
The tension pipes utilize gravity to lead the panel down and apply pressure to the front and rear panels. This presses them against the vertical tracks ensuring the proper seal is made. A continuous seal has now been formed around the perimeter of the door for both the front and rear panels. An air space is created between the layers of fabric, further separating your environments. When opened, the drive pipe rotates. This brings the panel up as it is wound onto the drive pipe. In the open cycle, the tension pipes disunite the seal between the panels and another material — a fabric known as “floating” — by separating the two materials as they roll up.Hook-and-Loop
In this sealing category, the hook (male) is sewn to the front and back door panel. When the panel rolls down it is mated to the loop (female) material. The loop material is sewn to the material known as “floating” and is attached within the track system. Applications for use of Hook and Loop include doors with various static pressure changes or exterior doors.Industrial Magnetics
In this sealing category, spring steel is attached to the front and back door panel. When the panel rolls down it is mated to industrial magnets. The magnet materials are attached to the material known as “floating” that is attached within the track system. Applications for use of Industrial Magnetics include our Cooler Series door system, specifically for refrigeration and environmental control in retail, commercial, and industrial applications.