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Hangar Design First Steps:
This is Paul Blake with Aerodoor with a quick video to highlight what information we need to quote you a hangar door.
A full plan and an elevation drawing of your building would always be the most ideal, but if that is not available, then please keep watching.
The three pieces of information that we need are:
- The dimension width of the end wall. That’s the total width of the end wall that the hangar door is going to go into
- Opening width of the hangar door
- Opening height of the hangar door
Types of Hangar Door Configurations
With the information provided, I can determine which is the most economical and efficient hangar door configuration.
Here are some examples:
Bi-Parting Configuration, where half of the doorways will stack to the left and half to the right.
A Unidirectional Configuration which is also known as one way, where all the panels stack to one side.
Hangar Doors Explained: Floating Group Movement Configuration (One Group)
Hangar Doors Explained: Floating Group Movement Configuration (Two Groups)
Hangar Doors Explained: Independent Door Configurations
Additional Resources for Architects
We also have a great page for Architects. On this page, you can download drawings and specifications with some really useful information. Architects often tell me they found it helpful.