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Schweiss Doors Now Offers Quick And Easy ‘Splice Connections’

Schweiss-Splice-connectorFairfax, MN –Schweiss Doors is proud to announce the development of its new hydraulic door Splice Connection system. Schweiss engineers came up with this one-of-a-kind Splice Connection that allows the doors to be broken down, shipped and easily re-assembled at a fraction of the cost of a factory-assembled, shipped-in-one-piece door.

The fully engineered, patent-pending Splice Connection allows the installer to easily slide the two hydraulic door sections together and secure corresponding splice plates with bolts. No welding is necessary and the splice connection is literally self-aligning for effortless and quick field assembly.

Customers like the fact the door can be easily shipped or picked up from the factory. Best of all, it makes large over-width doorframes extremely sturdy.

One dealer said, "With this innovative system you’re not dealing with costly over-width permits. Shipping those huge doorframes can be dangerous and illegal when not complying with DOT regulations."

To learn more, please visit the Splice Connections page on the Schweiss Doors site:https://www.bifold.com/splice_connection.php

About Schweiss Doors

Schweiss-logoBased in Fairfax, MN, Schweiss Doors is a leading manufacturer of bifold and hydraulic one-piece doors, and is an established leader in the design and manufacture of designer and custom doors for all types and sizes of buildings. No door is too small or too big for Schweiss Doors. The company has more than three decades of experience and has sold its doors worldwide. Key markets for the company’s doors are aviation, agriculture, commercial and industrial, but its products have been used in theaters, major league ballparks, homes, exclusive hotels and buildings of all types. To learn more, visit www.bifold.com or www.schweisshydraulicdoors.com.

And to learn about Schweiss' new Build Your Own Door Kit, which gives customers the plans and essential components to build their own Schweiss Doors, visit www.bifold.com/build-your-own-door.php.




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