Case Study: HVE Label Printers in Attleborough

Posted on 31st March 2016

If your business is based in a large warehouse, factory or workshop, you will know how difficult it can be to keep the building warm. For many businesses, maintaining a steady temperature is important; not just because it creates a comfortable working environment in which staff can operate, but because their entire operation depends on it.


Thankfully there is an answer – if you are looking for a door which offers good levels of insulation, then the SPU F42 sectional door is the answer.  Suitable for installation in both commercial and industrial premises, the SPU F42 is capable of fulfilling just about any requirements your business may have.


As with all of our industrial doors, it is manufactured bespoke to suit your individual requirements; something which helps us to achieve a high-end finish to every installation.


Installation at HVE Label Printers


An example of this type of door can be seen in our recent installation for the team at HVE Label Printers in Attleborough, Norfolk. From their warehouse the company produces high quality self-adhesive labels for both private customers and the trade.


As you can see from the image below, our team were tasked with taking down their existing sectional overhead door (an example of which can be seen on the left) and in its place installing one of our double skinned insulated doors (right). The door is manufactured from galvanised steel and has an HFCF-CFC free, polyurethane rigid foam sandwich core.

SPU sectional door installed at HVE Label Printers

This door is finished in olive green and is powered by a 3 phase operator for ease of use, though emergency hand chain operation is possible in the event of power failure. 


If you would like more information about our range sectional industrial doors, do not hesitate to get in touch. You can call us on 0800 0180304, drop us an email to sales@cooksdoors.co.uk, or drop in and see us at our showroom on Sweet Briar Industrial Estate in Norwich.