Lean manufacturing is the process of cutting back on certain materials or speeding up certain processes to lower the overall cost of manufacturing. There can be key benefits to this approach to manufacturing, but it's important to move forward with a balanced view of lowering costs without compromising quality. This blog looks at that concept, but it also delves into other information related to the manufacturing and industrial fields. Ultimately, this blog is designed to help manufacturing professionals as well as B2B clients who purchase products or outsource processes to this field. If you have questions, I hope that you find the answers you need here.
PVC strip curtains are an ideal choice of doors for separating industrial spaces that require unobstructed access. These PVC doors are, however, not a one-size-fits-all solution for all industrial applications. For that reason, those who want to install the doors in their industrial facilities will need to know how to go about the process of selecting the right door type for their particular application. In case you fall into this category of individuals, here's a guide you can follow when it's time to choose PVC strip doors for your industrial operations:
Intended function of the doors
The PVC used to manufacture strip curtains do not have the same material properties. Each material grade is specially fabricated to suit industry-specific functions. For that reason, it is important to consider the specific requirements of your industrial application before making a selection. For example, clear PVC would be an appropriate fabrication material for doors where maximum visibility is desired and; where a clear entrance isn't required, opaque-coloured doors would fit the bill. If you want to eliminate static charge generated by industrial equipment, anti-static PVC strips are available.
Size of the passageways
Are you aware that how big, small or tall your industrial doorway openings are will impact your choice of PVC strip doors? For smaller doors that experience heavy human traffic, you should use small strip curtains, so as to make it easier for people to pass through. As the doors become wider and taller, wider strips will be needed in order to maintain easy passage. Larger doors that will be subjected to heavy mechanical traffic, e.g. trucks and forklifts, will call for thicker PVC.
Cost of installation
Last but not least, you will need to consider the price of PVC door installation before making a final decision. As expected, the best products are usually the most expensive on the market. The cheapest products might not be the best in terms of quality. Therefore, as a price-savvy buyer, you will need to strike a balance between the cost and quality of product you will need to install. Choose products that fit your door openings well, but also offer maximum functionality.
PVC strip curtains are configured to be adaptable to virtually any kind of industrial setting. If you need assistance selecting the right product for your specific industrial application, feel free to get in touch with a PVC door supplier local to you. They usually have a team of sales people ready to help customers with their projects.Share