Roller shutters by Gandhi Automations

Security shutters for industrial buildings


Gandhi Automations, a manufacturer of roller shutters, was called upon to manufacture and install a roller shutter for a military base. The company can deliver shutters that are resilient and simple-to-operate on a daily basis. They are also designed to provide a high level of clearance without requiring any additional space, enabling professionals at the military base to take full advantage of their available space.

Most preferred for large industrial spaces

Roller shutters are ideal for larger industrial spaces, including airplane hangars, logistic parks and warehouses. Large openings can be difficult to operate every day and can be time consuming, especially during bad weather conditions that might cause damage to the building due to high wind speeds.

The rolling shutters provided by Gandhi Automations can withstand high wind speeds. They are designed using industry-leading materials to ensure that they are operational for years. In addition to the natural versatility and durability of the roller shutters, they can be equipped with a range of unique features to improve their suitability.

Add-ons for large industrial roller shutters

The add-ons in roller shutters, which include industrial top and bottom tracks, can improve the practicality of the shutters and ease of operation. One of the most common problems with shutters, particularly rollers, is that they rely on their tracks. These pieces of metal can suffer damage over many years. In some cases, they can even become buckled or warped, preventing them from performing at all. The tracks of Gandhi doors are made from hard-wearing materials. They can perform well for years without requiring any maintenance. The weight of the roller is evenly spread out along the tracks and, when they are fit flush with the floor, they are protected against damage from vehicles and foot traffic.

Brush strips can be used to eliminate all kinds of debris beneath the roller doors. They can remove minor debris that might lead to blockages or damage to the tracks. They can also help to prevent the metals from scraping together and reduce the noise caused by the operating of the large roller shutters.

There is a range of security and safety features which can be installed in the shutter system. Hard-wearing locks and key-operation boxes can prevent unauthorized access. Safety options can include manual overriding switches and sensors to prevent the door from closing on a person or vehicle.

Roller shutters for industrial buildings

The Gandhi team can deliver a range of large shutters for commercial and industrial buildings. Its designs are used in a wide range of properties, including military establishments, for security and for daily use.

The Gandhi team can create shutter designs based on customer requirements. As part of its complete range of shutters, the company can provide high-speed rolling shutters, insulated and fire-safety roller shutters, manual and power-operated roller shutters.

The roller shutters are ideal for commercial and industrial properties, including military buildings, airplane hangars, factories, warehouses, commercial buildings, logistics parks and supply chain manufacturing facilities.

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