For any roller shutter you install, consider the added advantages of a windlocking mechanism to help further safeguard it when closed. In tempest conditions, even strong building materials can get caught up and blown by high winds. In situations and locations where extreme wind and weather conditions are possible or likely, the windlock is a viable safeguard to keep shutters firmly closed.
Amongst our other satisfied customers, the Australian military have used our windlocked roller shutters to successfully hold tight, tarmac constructions exposed to the high wind strength of large helicopters and aircraft landing and taking off. As seen in this video, the windlocks firmly hold doors that could otherwise be blown in by the force of winds.
When constructing our windlocked roller shutters, Able Doors use a specially designed locking mechanism, along with curtain guides and steel end clips that interlock and hook together for superior strength and hold.
Custom manufactured with quality materials, right here in our Sydney factory in Wetherill Park, Able Doors’ windlocked roller shutters provide a protective solution for extreme conditions. If you are dealing with the unpredictability of severe weather conditions, or the predictable pressures of high wind force areas, it makes sense to cover your bases with Able Doors’ windlocked roller shutters.
The shutters can be supplied as solid steel, or customised with slots or perforations for ventilation, to achieve up to a 37% airflow where needed.
We use conventional sprung drums or Dead Lift motor gear boxes with safety brakes to provide quieter motion when opening and closing. Anti-rattle devices can be fitted into the guides to further reduce the roller shutter’s operation noise. You can choose head or side panel construction, manual by motorised operation, and the bottom rail has an optional rubber weather seal available, and even a brush strip for vermin control.
We offer a range of colour options in Dulux powder coating, galvanised finish or polyurethane.
Able Doors’ roller shutters come with a 12-month warranty or 50,000 cycles for added peace of mind.