As most strip doors serve as traffic doors, clear material is ideal; the unmatched clarity maximizes safety, workflow and productivity. The most common clear material comes in standard, low temperature and anti-static compounds to meet a wide variety of applications for doorways, curtains and other partitioning devices.
USDA-rated low temperature PVC strips designed for walk-in coolers and freezers. These strips are approved for incidental contact with food and can operate within temperatures ranging from -20°F to 140°F. The smooth strips efficiently block conditioned cooler/freezer air from escaping but enable workers to pass from the kitchen to the coolers and freezers freely. Low temperature USDA strip doors are ideal for restaurants and other food storage facilities. Additionally, these strip doors can be used in outdoor settings where temperatures are consistently below freezing.
USDA-rated extra low temperature PVC strips are for the coldest applications, including blast freezers, Extra Low Temperature Flat PVC is an excellent option. Extra Low Temperature Flat PVC can be used in freezers and remains functional in temperatures ranging from -40°F to 130°F. This PVC can also be used in outdoor applications where the temperature is consistently below freezing.