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Five Myths Busters – Demystifying Industrial Door Maintenance

There’s a wealth of knowledge to explore in the world of industrial door installation and maintenance. However, just as common are the misconceptions and myths that can lead facility managers astray. Let’s set the record straight by busting five common myths about industrial door maintenance.

Myth 1: Any Technician Can Maintain an Industrial Door

Contrary to popular belief, not every technician has the training and experience to maintain an industrial door effectively. Industrial doors are complex systems that require specialised knowledge to ensure safety and efficiency. Entrusting maintenance to untrained hands can lead to unnecessary damage and increased costs down the line. Always seek out professional industrial door technicians who understand the intricacies of different door systems.

Myth 2: All Industrial Doors are the Same

The saying “one size fits all” does not apply to industrial doors. Just as facilities differ in their needs, industrial doors come in various types, each with unique maintenance requirements. From roll-up doors to sectional doors to fire doors, understanding these differences is key to ensuring optimal performance and longevity.

Myth 3: Regular Maintenance Isn’t Necessary

The belief that industrial doors don’t need regular maintenance couldn’t be further from the truth. Just like any piece of machinery, industrial doors benefit enormously from preventative maintenance. Regular inspections and maintenance extend the lifespan of the doors, enhance safety, and improve operational efficiency.

Myth 4: Repairs Can Wait

Some facility managers may believe that minor door issues can be set aside for a later time. Even small issues can snowball into major problems if not promptly addressed. Operating a damaged or malfunctioning industrial door poses serious safety risks and can cause operational downtime. It’s always best to act swiftly when a problem arises.

Myth 5: Replacing the Whole Door is Better Than Fixing the Existing One

Lastly, there’s a misconception that replacing an industrial door is always the better option than fixing it. This depends on the condition and potential of the existing door. Our team of experts is well-trained to assess each situation accurately and recommend the most cost-effective and practical solution, whether it’s a repair, refurbishment, or replacement.

Remember, knowledge is power. By debunking these myths, we aim to provide a better understanding of industrial door maintenance. We aim to ensure facility managers make informed decisions that lead to safe, efficient, and durable industrial door operations.


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