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Below you will find links to company and product information for manufacturers and suppliers listed in theSliding Metal Doors section of Sweets.
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Overly Door Co. - Radiation Shielding DoorDescription: Overly custom fabricates a large range of shielding doors for installations such as research & test laboratories, hot cells, medical facilities, & communications centers. Quaker Windows & Doors - M300 Sliding DoorDescription: Suitable for a wide variety of commercial applications, Quaker’s thick extruded aluminum windows and doors are long-lasting, remarkably energy efficient and offer increased design... JUS Doors - Bottom Rolling Steel DoorsDescription: Bottom Rolling Steel doors are complex machines undergoing various pressures from weather and elements to the mechanical strains of moving a large commercial “wall”.