From flexible plastics and fabrics to rigid, insulated doors, one type of door panel will not work in every application. Chase Doors has the broadest range of traffic doors in the industry, from light duty service doors (also known as sheet doors) to medium duty solid core doors to heavy duty industrial doors and even flexible doors.

Flexible Doors

Completely flexible door panels slide over and around the load that is going through the opening, most models can be used in high traffic, heavy duty applications. On all models, windows are clear PVC and are available in a variety of sizes. Panels slide on to hinge brackets and are replaceable.

AirGard 100 – these flexible door panels use 45 oz., abrasion resistant vinyl coated nylon material with one row of flexible stays. Wiper seals are provided on the top, bottom and jamb edge.
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AirGard 200 - this flexible door panel uses two layers of .120", heavy duty, abrasion resistant, texture embossed PVC laminated back to back with two rows of flexible stays. Balloon jamb edge seals are used on the top and bottom.
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AirGard 300 - made of inherently strong and abrasion resistant belting material that is bonded in two layers. Balloon jamb edge and top and bottom wiper seals are standard on the AirGard 300 flexible door.
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AirGard 973 – this door panel is constructed with a single .160" thick PVC door body with a two ply vinyl coated nylon bracket pocket. 48" vinyl impact plates on each side are standard.
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Uni-Flex 240 – these flexible door panels also use two laminated layers of .120" texture embossed PVC.
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AirGard HS – these flexible door panels use 36 oz., abrasion resistant vinyl coated nylon material. Vinyl weights are bonded between two layers of material at the bottom of the panel.
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EconoClear – this see thru door panel is constructed with a single .120" thick clear PVC door body with a two ply vinyl coated nylon bracket pocket.
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Sheet Doors
Also known as service doors and swing doors, these traditional panels offer a limited amount of flex on impact. They are used in a variety of light to medium duty applications. Rectangular, square, diamond, oblong and round window configurations, kick or impact plates and cart guards are available options.

SD 2000 – service door uses .063" anodized aluminum sheet stock with a diamond formed front edge and full height, reinforce back spine. Windows are clear acrylic set in black rubber molding. Decorative laminates can be added to the panel surface.
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SST 2000 – is a stainless steel swing door that uses 16 gauge stainless steel with a #4 brushed surface finish. A diamond formed front edge provides vertical rigidity. The SST 2000 service door has a full height, extruded aluminum back spine. Windows are clear acrylic set in black rubber molding.
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ABS 5000 – service door uses a " thick sheet of extruded ABS for the panel structure. The reinforced back spine is a 3 layer laminate of the ABS material capped with a C- channel fiberglass pultrusion. The clear acrylic windows are set in thermo-formed frames.
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SRP 5000 – service door uses a " thick sheet of extruded Polyethylene for the panel structure. It has a full height, extruded aluminum back spine. Windows are clear acrylic set in black rubber molding.
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Hollow Core Door
Extremely lightweight with some flexibility, this panel has a very contemporary look. It is used in light to medium duty applications.

XLP 5000 – this service door panel is a lightweight polyethylene shell one inch wide with a wall thickness of 1/8". A series of bumper strips protrude below and above the 7" X 30" oblong window which uses clear acrylic set in black rubber molding.
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Solid Core Door
These traditional panels are rigid and covered with a high pressure decorative laminate, aluminum, galvanized or stainless steel facing. Rectangular, square, diamond, oblong and round window configurations, kick or impact plates, bumpers and cart guards are available options.

SC 3000 – this double action door panel uses " thick birch cabinet plywood. A stainless steel capping channel runs the full perimeter edge. Windows with clear acrylic set in black rubber molding are standard with molded or thermoformed frames available.
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Proline Solid Core Doors and Insulated Doors
Sometime referred to as a "laid-up" door because of the traditional construction method where layers of core and surface materials are glued or mechanically fastened to frames to create a finished product.

Models 300, 350, 400 – " thick Oriented Strand Board with ProLoc gasket edge capping extrusion and tubular steel hinge cutout reinforcement covered with a high pressure decorative laminate, aluminum, galvanized, stainless steel or fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP) facing. Acrylic windows are set in injection molded plastic window frames. Optional full length extruded aluminum back spine available.
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Models 300i and 400i – 1.5" thick oriented strand board and/or birch plywood with insulating block foam inserts, ProLoc gasket edge capping extrusion and tubular steel hinge cutout reinforcement covered with a high pressure decorative laminate, aluminum, galvanized, stainless steel or fiberglass reinforced polyester (FRP) facing. Acrylic windows are set in injection molded plastic window frames. Optional full length extruded aluminum back spine available.
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Durulite Insulated Doors
A roto molded, plastic door that has become the standard by which all other heavy duty doors are measured.

Retailer - Polyethylene 1-1/2" wide panel with 1/8" thick skin and a core of non-cfc urethane foam. Molded-in steel hinge post and extruded aluminum gasket holder. Acrylic windows are set in injection molded plastic window frames.
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Standard - 1-7/8" wide monolithic polyethylene shell with 1/8" thick skin filled with non-cfc urethane foam. Molded-in extruded aluminum gasket holder and window opening. Acrylic windows are held in place by extruded aluminum frames.
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Industrial - 1-7/8" wide monolithic polyethylene with 1/4" thick skin and core of non-cfc urethane foam. Molded-in extruded aluminum gasket holder and window opening. Acrylic windows are held in place by extruded aluminum frames.
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Evolution - 1-3/4" wide monolithic polyethylene with 1/8" thick skin and core of non-cfc urethane foam. Molded-in extruded aluminum gasket holder. Acrylic windows are set in injection molded plastic window frames.
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