Chase Doors offers the broadest range of traffic doors in the industry, from traditional aluminum doors swing doors to stainless steel doors to avant-garde . With 80 years of experience in designing and creating specialized door styles, Chase Doors can help you personalize your restaurant traffic door to match any décor. Or if you choose you can choose from one of our pre-configured combinations of features to make ordering easy.

Double Acting Traffic Doors

American Standard Series - SD 2000 Swinging Door Series
An economical, light duty traffic door that allows easy access between seating and kitchen areas by wait staff, buss persons and cleaning crews. The American Standard Series traffic doors are constructed with .063" anodized aluminum. A decorative, high-pressure laminate finish is available on one or both sides. The leading edge is formed in a diamond for vertical panel stiffness and edge protection. The back edge spine is reinforced with 3/8" plywood and capped with aluminum for added strength and durability. These swing doors are available in both custom and pre-configured models.

Restaurant Standard Series - SC 3000 Swinging Door Series
Built to take abuse from wait staff, buss person and cleaning crews. This restaurant kitchen door combines a heavy duty ¾" cabinet wood core with a high pressure surface laminate, aluminum or stainless steel surface. Steel capping channel is used around the traffic door perimeter for edge protection. 9" x 14" clear acrylic rectangular window is standard. Add an optional 18" kickplate or full coverage 18" impact plate in black ABS or Stainless Steel for durability and aesthetic appeal. Available as a single panel door with left or right hand hinge. Use a double door for larger openings. These swing doors are available in both custom and pre-configured models.

Retro Diner Series - SC 5000 Swinging Door Series
Whether your goal is to grab the customers' attention with vibrant, radiant colors, cool and sleek stainless steel, or if it's to simply blend with the surrounding décor. Classic diner designs with contemporary kitchen appeal, Chase has the right restaurant door for you. The Retrol Diner Series is similar to Restaurant Standard Series with the exception of the 9" x 14" rectangular window. The Retro Diner Restaurant Door Series offers a 12" round window. These swing doors are available in both custom and pre-configured models.

Graphic Door
Store décor has become an essential element in creating a positive, lasting impression on your customers. Powerful, large formatted digital graphics stimulate the atmosphere and provide a fresh new look in both new construction and remodels. Highlight a theme or food specialty. Enhance the total visual experience with unique transitions or dramatic visual breaks.

Café, Gate & Saloon Doors
Saloon Doors, Café Doors and Gate Doors provide separation and aesthetic appeal. They are ideal for use in potentially dangerous areas where small children and other customers might wander and harm themselves. All Café doors come standard with the XL Ultra Soft Touch Hinging System, an industry exclusive. The XL Hinge is "hidden" in the back spine eliminating unattractive cutouts. Available in a variety of finishes including high pressure laminates, aluminum, stainless steel, ABS plastic or SRP (stress relieved polyethylene).

Service Doors
These double-acting traffic doors weigh significantly less than wood core doors, making them easier to open. Also known as service or sheet doors, in some cases they are called by the name of the material used in their construction such as ABS 5000 or SRP 5000. Our XLP5000 offers a contemporary "designer style" look with a 3 dimensional surface. Integrated "baseball bat" bumpers above below the window add built-in protection against abusive traffic. The SST2000 is constructed with16 gauge stainless steel with #4 brush finish.

Strip Doors
The most basic and economical barriers to separate two spaces are overlapping strips of clear or tinted flexible plastic. The most common application for these "strip doors" is as a secondary barrier where the primary door will be left open for extended periods to facilitate work flow. Examples include cooler or freezer doors or where controlling environmental conditions such as heating, cooling or moisture will save energy and protect supplies and equipment.

Cold Storage Doors
From walk-in coolers to drive-in freezers, ColdGuard Cold Storage Doors combine the latest technology, materials and practical design features to meet the demanding requirements of the cold storage industry. Whether in a small restaurant or large banquet hall, all ColdGuard Doors incorporate a tough and thermally neutral fiberglass reinforced pultrusion (FRP) framework, molded plastic polymer and Non-CFC foamed-in-place polyurethane core. This innovative design produces a strong and durable door system that will provide years of worry-free service.