S80 & A80

S80 & A80 custom-made overhead doors, an optimally insulated quality solution for every facade

Custom-made quality!
The insulation value of an 80-mm door is considerably higher than that of a 40-mm door. Moreover, the panels are thermally separated. Practice shows that on average a door is closed more than 90% of the time. A particularly well insulated door leads to considerable energy savings and is as such a socially responsible choice.
When developing and building modern company halls, insulation is an important factor! It is logical that, for instance, 100-mm steel sandwich panels are chosen for both the walls and the roofing. If 40-mm doors are installed in such a hall, all of these investments are not as profitable as they could be. After all, heat exits the building through the weakest link. Our S80 has the same options as the 40-mm door, but offers a higher insulation value, therefore the S80 is a fully-fledged alternative for a 40-mm door.

The S80 is available in three standard RAL colours: RAL 9002, RAL 9006 and RAL 7016. Of course, every door can be manufactured in any desired RAL colour. The outer leaf is embossed.

The panels are thermally separated and are as a result produced without finger protection.

A80 – Quadruple glazing in 80-mm aluminium door

The 80-mm aluminium sections are as standard anodised and fitted with quadruple glazing.

A80 sections are always POWDER COATED if you order the door in a colour. The A80 sections feature thermal separation and are executed without finger protection.

The A80 is an excellent alternative for the 40-mm version. Is daylight on the work floor a requirement and do you want to retain the planned insulation value? Then the A80 is a perfect solution. In addition to the light transmission and the high insulation value, the

A80 overhead door offers sufficient opportunities to match it to the building. The A80 can also be used as a section in an S80. An A80 door combined with an S80 bottom section is used frequently.

Below is a summary of various technical details and options that can help you make the right choice.

Both the S80 and the A80 doors meet all applicable technical CE standards.

The 80-mm range
S80 steel sandwich 80 mm, thermally separated* A80 aluminium 80 mm with quadruple glazing, thermally separated* Pass door, available for both the A80 and S80 * = NO thermal bridge

Pass door possible
As the first and only door manufacturer, we can supply pass doors for 80-mm doors. Pass doors can be fitted to both the S80 and A80. For both the S80 and the A80, the pass door is only available in combination with the low threshold. A pass door offers many advantages. And the use of a low threshold makes it usable in even more situations. What is unique is that we have managed to retain all of the characteristics of the 40-mm pass door in the 80-mm door. As a result, both the S80 and the A80 are perfect alternatives if insulation is of decisive importance.
Heat loss images
The images below were made with a special thermal imaging camera. They clearly show the difference between the insulation values of the S40 and the S80.

DMB/TLB/DLW/LDB 4000 mm x DMH/TLH/DLH/HDB 4000 mm
S40 - U ValueS80 - U Value IImproved insulationSaving fuel oil*Saving gas*
Blank sections1,330,7382%73 ltr100 m
Blank sections with 1 section with 4 click windows1,460,7789%83 ltr114 m³
Blank sections with 2 sections with 4 click windows1,590,8196%94 ltr129 m³

DMB/TLB/DLW/LDB 4000 mm x DMH/TLH/DLH/HDB 4000 mm
S40/A40 - U Value 2VS80/A80 - U Value 4VImproved insulationSaving fuel oil*Saving gas*
Blank sections with 1 glass section 1,690,9185%94 ltr130 m³
Blank sections with 2 glass sections2,031,1084%112 ltr154 m³

DMB/TLB/DLW/LDB 4000 mm x DMH/TLH/DLH/HDB 4000 mm
A40 nieuw - U Value 2VA40 nieuw - U Value 3VImproved insulationSaving fuel oil*Saving gas*
PMMA windows standard3,693,0122%82 ltr113 m³

DMB/TLB/DLW/LDB 4000 mm x DMH/TLH/DLH/HDB 4000 mm
A40 nieuw - U Value 2VA80 - U Value 4VImproved insulationSaving fuel oil*Saving gas*
PMMA windows standard3,692,1770%184 ltr253 m³
* Annual savings / 10°C temperature difference Calculated according to EN 13241 / EN 12428 / EN 673 and underlying relevant standards