Carrollton, TX (PRWEB) June 25, 2010
Building on proven technology that enabled TKO doors to survive the impact of Hurricane Katrina years ago, the new TKO Wind Load Door design now meets Florida’s stringent building code.
The design was tested to withstand pressures of +57 and -67.5 pounds per square foot, enabling it to remain intact through straight winds and hurricanes. The end result was receipt of Florida Building Code Approval #FL13014.
Highlights of this model include a polycarbonate interior skin and a reinforced Impact-A-Track that runs the full height of the door. The bottom 2 panels of the TKO Wind Load Door are knockout-capable, protecting the door from internal damage due to forklifts or other machinery. Prior to a high-wind event, the slide locks located on the panels can be engaged to secure the door, providing reinforcement against high winds and debris.
In addition to these special features, the TKO doors include a standard insulated foam core, heavy-duty retractable plungers and tight perimeter seals, creating a high-quality dock door that is suitable for any internal or external environment.
TKO® Dock Doors offers the broadest line of impactable dock doors in the industry. Whether you experience high wind load conditions, temperature controlled environments or just plain abuse, there is a TKO door suited to your dock. All TKO doors are designed to be impacted, providing years of use without the costly panel and track damage associated with conventional overhead and sectional doors. Best of all we offer a TKO Trial Door risk free for 30 days to prove it. TKO Dock Doors is a 4Front Engineered Solutions, Inc. business.