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ClearSpan Fabric Structures Introduces Giant Doors

The Giant Doors can be custom designed for any need and provide an entryway that is large enough for any type of vehicle, machinery or equipment to access.

Thu March 19, 2015 - National Edition
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The Giant Doors, which can only be paired with ClearSpan buildings, can be built to any width and height.
The Giant Doors, which can only be paired with ClearSpan buildings, can be built to any width and height.
The Giant Doors, which can only be paired with ClearSpan buildings, can be built to any width and height. These doors are constructed from a corrosion-resistant, galvanized steel frame.

ClearSpan Fabric Structures is introducing Giant Doors to their extensive line of buildings and accessories. The Giant Doors can be custom designed for any need and provide an entryway that is large enough for any type of vehicle, machinery or equipment to access.

The Giant Doors, which can only be paired with ClearSpan buildings, can be built to any width and height and feature a bi-fold design that maximizes headroom and wall clearance. The design allows the door to elevate within its threshold, so it saves interior and exterior space. The door is powered by a heavy-duty electric drive unit with controls, and the doors can be outfitted with a lock and wireless remote.

These doors are constructed from a corrosion-resistant, galvanized steel frame and come with multiple cladding options, including fabric, polycarbonate, steel and more. They have an energy-efficient weather seal, can withstand 90 mph winds and come with an industry-leading warranty. Installation is quick and requires no on-site welding, and ClearSpan Giant Doors can be retrofitted to existing ClearSpan buildings. Contact ClearSpan Fabric Structures at 1.866.643.1010 or www.ClearSpan.com.




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