rolling door

rolling door

[′rōl·iŋ ′dȯr]
(engineering)
A door that moves up and down or from side to side by means of wheels moving along a track.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

rolling door

A large door consisting of horizontal, interlocking metal slats guided by a track on either side, opening by coiling about an overhead drum at the head of the door opening. See also: Dutch door
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It boasts a storage space, a toilet and is emblazoned with the Marine and Coastguard Agency sign above its blue rolling door.
The detatched, single-storey Room with a View, at Gamrie Brae, Banff, overlooks the Moray Firth and still has the Marine and Coastguard Agency sign above its blue rolling door.
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IDEA offers a variety of professional credentialing programs, including Dealer Accreditation, Certified Door Dealer Consultant (for manufacturers), Residential Installer Certification, Commercial Sectional Door Systems Technician Certification, Commercial Rolling Door Systems Technician Certification, Rolling Steel Fire Door Technician Certification and Automated Gate Operator Installer Certification.
The Thermaster door is a twin fabric high speed rolling door which operates at speeds of up to 2 metres per second and provides a highly effective seal to all four sides of the opening.
There was yellow-grey insulation showing around the edges of the large rolling door that ran almost the entire width of the wall.
We continue to subsidise the substantial costs in Whitehall - with inflated salaries and expenses, a rolling door to other posts for the non-performers, and a complete faceless bureaucracy - while our fighting personnel lose their lives, or suffer lifelong injuries.
The historical tin ceiling was repaired and kept in the space, while an oversized rolling door can be opened to accommodate more seating, which further helps to visually expand the space and create a sidewalk caf' feel.
The rolling door was tested for air leakage following NFRC 400 procedures (NFRC 2001).
Opening at up to 50 inches per second, the PredaDoor high-speed rolling door offers simple, direct-drive operation as an alternative to strip-curtains or impact doors.
Prestwick have now closed the rolling door guarding the barrier which our man crawled under, the last point of access to the tarmac runway.