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Designed for tough wear and tear

Source: Ba Industries Ltd
Friday, November 03, 2017

THE Q100 Roll Formed Roller Shutter with 100mm galvanized steel material is manufactured by Ba Industries Ltd.

The heavy-duty steel slat is designed to withstand the wear and tear of industrial and commercial applications with minimal maintenance. The rolled slat can be replaced individually should the damage occur.

The Q100 steel roller shutters are purposely built with guide channel that has nylon rubber to minimise the noise that comes from the interlocking slats.

Q100 Steel Roller Shutters can be hand operated or electric operated.

Each slat is fitted with nylon end clips to reduce the lateral movements and ensure smooth operation for the life of the door.

For cyclonic conditions, high strength wind locks and guides are designed to prevent the curtain from blowing out of the guide rail.

Wind locks can be included every 2nd or every 4th slat depending on the size, location and function.

Contact Ba Industries Ltd sales team for further information and details.

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