+31(0)320 225 200
During the planning stages of building design it is crucially important to choose the correct door track system or door hardware, so that it follows as closely as possible the path of the building wall and roof. This method of door design ensures that the door leaf can be positioned in such a way so that the door opening, as well as the space around it remains free when the door is opened. In this way the door does not become an obstruction in the design of the building.
The life span of a door is certainly determined by the quality of its hardware, which is why all Loading Systems door guide tracks are manufactured from the highest quality galvanised steel.
The hardware for every overhead door is custom made and manufactured in our own Loading Systems factory. The door track systems can be adapted for every type of overhead door application.
The choice of hardware depends on the design characteristics of the building. One important aspect to consider is the available headroom above the door opening (the free space above the door opening up to the height of the ceiling).
The standard hardware is suitable for most applications, whereas the vertical track system and the high track system are used in applications where there is additional free headroom above the door; in this scenario it is possible to achieve optimal space within the building envelope. In cases where headroom space is limited, the low track system is a more suitable option.
With the exception of the vertical track system, all other track systems can be installed to follow the roofline of the building. We also offer a variety of other track system options which are preassembled and supplied with a low spring assembly. This enables considerable savings in installation time and subsequent lifetime maintenance cost benefits.