Paylon commercial roll-up bug doors are specifically designed to allow maximum airflow and light to non-air-conditioned environments. This includes such applications as manufacturing plants, warehouse storage, food preparation or processing areas. Our commercial bug doors also known as bug blocker doors are also ideal for loading dock areas to assist in keeping out birds, rodents and flying debris. Warehouse bug doors are most commonly used in the southern states which experience a hot summer heat and longer bug season.
All commercial roll-up bug doors are sold as a kit with all necessary parts for a complete install. Most doors are relatively easy to install with a just few basic tools. For larger doors, lifting equipment such as a forklift is sometimes required. Whether you are putting up a manual bug door or a motorized bug door the key principles are the same. Make sure the roll is level and the tracks run parallel to the curtain. For most motorized bug doors a 110 V connection will be required somewhere close to the door installation area.
Manual and Motorized Roll-up bug doors
- Food processing
- Loading docks
- Warehouse storage
Features and Benefits
Our commercial roll-up bug doors are custom built for each individual application. Depending on your daily cycles needed, we offer manual roll up bug doors, automatic roll-up bug doors, and high cycle bug doors. For motorized bug blocker doors there are different options available for opening and closing the door. Motorized bug doors can be opened with a remote control, pull switch, pneumatic switch, or motion detection sensor. For low use applications the standard wall switch is sufficient. All of the roll-up bug doors (manual and motorized) are constructed with a breakaway feature which allows the curtain to pop out of the track if struck by a piece of equipment. By fully raising the door to the open position, it will reset the stabilizer bars back into the track and still function properly. The manually operated bug doors operate as a spring-loaded tube up to 12 feet, and then they operate by manual pull chain.