How ironically funny the quote by the fictional and famous American TV Series, Grey’s Anatomy, “Have some fire. Be unstoppable. Be a force of nature”, yet metaphorically seems true to life. Fire is one of the forces of nature and considered by humans a paradox, it is both a friend and foe.
As based on the data from the 2018 National Fire Experience Survey, the public fire departments in the US responded to 1,318,500 fires last year, virtually the same as 2017. Of these fires, an estimated 499,000 were structure fires, both residential and nonresidential. To mention only, for nonresidential structure properties which include stores and offices, industrial facilities, storage facilities, and other structures such as outbuildings and bridges. And by far the property damage costs an estimated $11.1 billion in structure fires, including $8 billion in property loss in home fires.
The unpredictability of fire and the devastation it brings is a nightmare that every business owner should safeguard and be aware of, especially for some young and aspiring business entrepreneurs or owners, who had toiled hard work investment with their blood and sweat to be taken away in an instant or damaged. This is why it is essentially important to try and protect any business investment or asset through preventive means.
In the event when a fire breaks-out, the fire can be lessened to some degree of its havoc and the loss of your business investments like equipment, products or items or even the lives of your workers can still be protected and be kept from a harm’s way.
Investing in commercial rolling steel doors is a way of safeguarding and saving your assets from fires. Rolling fire counter doors are tested and proven to be effective and efficient against fires and have saved a lot of business structures or establishments.
Let Overhead Door Company of Austin, a Division of DuraServ, help you complete your business plan by adding an essential business door investment with our unique reasons to invest in a rolling fire door system for your business door upgrading or your next business venture investment in Austin, TX.
Reason No.1: Minimizes Spreading of Fires
A rolling fire counter door helps the workers evacuate an area in case of a fire emergency, minimizing damage to the property and protecting the fire from spreading. They can be activated manually or automatically that can be triggered with the sound of a fire alarm. It acts as a barrier or compartmentalization between different areas to prevent the fire from spreading out and creating life-threatening damages.
Model 641 Stainless Steel Rolling Fire Counter Doors are NFPA-80 compliant with engineered Labels for Masonry-UL 3 hour Class A (FM optional) and Non-masonry-UL 1-1/2 hour Class B (FM optional; 3 hours optional UL & FM) and has a fusible link thermal sensor(165°F/74°C) that automatically closes the door when a fire breaks out and it’s Governor Control’s rate (door descents) gives enough time for the occupants to evacuate and firefighters to arrive at the scene of the fire. Suitably best for business applications like high-security facilities, safety and security services, food and beverage facilities and grocery stores.
Reason No.2: Strong and Durable
Rolling fire counter door is highly durable and robust. Designed not just for fire, they also can provide protection and security against burglars and extreme weather conditions.
Overhead Door- Model 641 Stainless Steel Rolling Fire Counter Door is built and constructed with a standard maximum width of 14’0″ (4267 mm) and a standard maximum height of 11’2″ (3404 mm), and with interlocking flat slats curtains and hood are 22-gauge, satin finish stainless steel makes them ideal for applications like retail outlets, distribution operations, and general warehousing facilities, where they can be resistant against corrosion and can withstand extreme and ever-changing seasonal conditions. Beneficially, with its warranty of 24-months- limited can save you more profit dollars against operational and maintenance costs.
Reason No.3: Aesthetically Designed
The aesthetically good-looking Model 641 Rolling Fire Counter Door’s designs make this an ideal for applications where style is as important as safety.
Its compact box guide design gives an attractive appearance, where the PowderGuard® Premium powder coat finishes offer options in approximately 200 colors as well as custom matching for desired specifications and have a PowderGuard® Zinc and PowderGuard® weathered finishes that can provide more scratch resistance and aides in hiding the dirt and blemishes that often occur in commercial environments.
Perfect for forefront marketing profit-maker strategy and visibility of company character where customers can see and openly ‘feel’ what the company wants to project. As can be seen in grocery stores, retail outlets, and commercial establishments, this fire-rated counter door can provide more benefits than just for fire protection and safety.
Before making and finalizing that business venture decision, consider including a rolling fire counter door in your business plan as part of essential asset investment. To know more about our Model 641 Stainless Steel Rolling Fire Counter Doors, you can contact Overhead Door Company of Austin at (512) 442-1561, or through our website at http://bit.ly/ohdctx-contact, our Service Technicians would be happy to serve at our rolling fire counter door Austin TX, and commercial rolling steel doors Austin TX.
Overhead Door Company of Austin, a division of DuraServ, can work with Austin’s diverse business sectors to create the safest most efficient docks regardless. Whether your business is servicing one of the many college dive bars, or you are part of Silicon Hills, or you are in the medical industry, Overhead Door Company of Austin has the right products to help you design the right dock to keep you running smoothly.
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