R-Plus Cold Storage Doors meet exacting standards for walk-in cooler and freezer, commercial cold storage, and scientific chamber needs. Over 40 years of experience is built into every door and walk-in cooler and freezer manufacturers use R-Plus doors as original equipment on their walk-in coolers and freezers.
As times changed, R-Plus Cold Storage Doors changed, too. They tested new polyurethane insulations and moved them into production, helping to protect the environment and hold down expensive energy costs.
R-Plus Doors designed and implemented a new hinge for swing doors that adjusts for variances in walk-in coolers and freezers measurements after installation, when it is too late to correct many other doors. This same adjustable hinge saves the day when an older walk-in cooler or freezer begins to settle and doors sag with that settling.
They developed a retrofit cold storage door line that fits into older door opening—or into any section of panels where a new door is needed. The R-Plus Cold Storage Replacement Door can stand on its own and actually strengthens the space where it is installed. This saves hours of design difficulty and replacement installation problems of taking an entire panel out of an installation to retrofit a cold storage door.
But, along with the leadership they never forgot that service is the backbone of our business. R-Plus Doors built a nationwide network of regional Sales Representatives who work with your favorite local dealers to make buying and using an R-Plus Door easy.
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R-Plus Cold Storage Swing Doors for Walk-in Coolers and Freezers come in Overlap, Flush and Reach-In designs to meet your specific needs, including as replacement doors for existing walk-in coolers and freezers. These designs use high quality hardware and door surfaces, the same as our other door styles. You can ensure the quality and performance of your walk-in installation, whether it’s new construction, retrofit or remodel.
HORizontal sliding doors
When you need to move big loads in a hurry, R-Plus horizontal sliding doors can manage the traffic. Our door sizes easily handle lift truck and pallet jack traffic, while staying usable for walk-in traffic, and both single and double door style can be motorized or manual.
Manual double doors are easily parted in any order to allow personnel pass-through and motorized single doors can be fitted with a personnel door that helps maintain environment integrity by exposing a smaller interior area to air infiltration.
Vertical lift doors
When the ceiling may be too low or there is not enough space to either side to open a sliding door, R-Plus Lift Doors are your solution. All doors come in manual or powered versions, depending on your preference and limited clearance requirements, with powered doors featuring high-speed operation with two pull-cord switches.
Sectional or Full Lift
These R-Plus cold storage doors meet your needs where ceiling heights or side-to-side clearance are limited.
Both our full lift doors and sectional doors maintain the same thermal efficiency of our swinging and sliding doors, but they deliver greater space use advantages. Available in all sizes up to 12 feet by 12 feet, larger sizes can be constructed from multiple panels using the cam-lock system. Both styles can be ordered in manual or powered versions, and a special hi-lift version is available for maximum clearance to meet the needs at each individual site.
Traffic doors for walk-in coolers and freezers meet the need for very high traffic storage areas, with models suitable for both pedestrian and forklift traffic. Non-motorized and with safety windows, these doors enhance the ability to quickly move product.
You probably have certain very high traffic areas in your storage areas, with dry, refrigerated or wash-down requirements. These impact traffic doors come in two duty ranges:
The R-Plus traffic doors are good for all pedestrian, carts and motorized pallet jack applications, excluding man-ridden fork lift traffic.
The R-Plus heavu-duty traffic doors are good for all pedestrian, carts, motorized pallet jacks and man-ridden forklift traffic, this is the toughest impact door to beat.