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Aleco offers new aluminum ImpacDor

Feb. 10, 2011
Aleco, manufacturer of foodservice and industrial traffic doors, announces the addition of the new ImpacDor AL-125-1 for use wherever a lightweight, economical traffic door is required.

Aleco, manufacturer of foodservice and industrial traffic doors, announces the addition of the new ImpacDor AL-125-1 for use wherever a lightweight, economical traffic door is required. The AL-125-1 is a double-acting, .063"-thick, satin anodized aluminum door specifically designed for use by restaurants, foodservice facilities, grocery, and retail stores. This door is suitable for many commercial applications.

The AL-125-1 is custom-made to ensure an exact fit and provide consistent performance. Standard features include adjustable tension spring loaded hinges that allow the door panels to swing 90° in either direction for efficient traffic flow, an 8.5" x 11" window, and formed swing edges. A smooth, satin finish allows drips and smudges to quickly and easily be wiped off, retaining the door’s sleek appearance. Larger optional windows are available as well as stainless steel push plates; gasketing for the top, bottom, and swing edges; and either .090-gauge-thick satin anodized aluminum panels or 18-gauge stainless steel panels. A choice of walnut, cherry, teak, pecan, oak, black, white, or beige decorative laminate finishes are also available.

For more information, visit www.aleco.com, call 1-800-633-3120, or e-mail [email protected].

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