Strip doors, or strip curtains, are a great way to reduce energy costs and separate workplace environments. TMI is the largest manufacturer of strip doors in the United States, offering the widest variety of PVC strips to meet your exact needs, from industrial and warehouse applications to walk-in freezer curtains and personnel doors.
Save Energy - All of TMI's PVC strip door lines are designed to control temperatures and minimize energy costs, whether you want to keep warm or cool air in. See how much money you're currently losing in energy costs with our Energy Loss Calculator.
Separate Environments - Strip doors help you separate and partition off certain sections of your workspace. Keep out dust, weather, fumes, noise, and other elements with a vinyl strip door.
Streamline Workflow - Unlike standard industrial doors, strip doors allow people and machinery to easily pass through the strips without physically opening a door, thus optimizing productivity.
Our strip doors have one of the fastest ROI's in the marketplace. Customers have recovered costs in as little as 3 months!
TMI can customize any strip door to fit your space and application. Angled roofs, custom cutouts, mesh strips, and sliding doors are no problem. If you need it, we can make it!
We offer PVC compounds that meet the needs of any environment or condition, including NFPA and CFM (California Fire Marshal) fire-rated, low temperature, anti-static, and more.
We offer the broadest range of PVC strip door mounting hardware. Our patented Save-T Loc® hardware makes installation even easier. It doesn't require any tools and reduces installation time by up to 75%!
Strip Doors: Choosing the Right One for Your Application
Not sure what strip door fits your application? This quick guide will walk you through the process of choosing the right strip door.
Measure Your Opening: The first step in finding the right strip door is knowing the size of the doorway or opening. You'll need to know how big the strip door will need to be, as well as anything that may restrict installing a strip door, such wall space limitations surrounding the opening.
Choose Your Strip Width: The necessary PVC strip width is determined by the strip door's size and the amount of traffic passing through. 6" and 8" widths are best for pedestrian and light cart traffic, whereas 12" and 16" are best for larger doors with high levels of industrial traffic.
Choose Your Strip Material: The type of strip you choose is dependent on the needs of your application. Most situations will require a standard, clear strip. Strip door materials range from ribbed and low temperature to weld screen and anti-static. See the complete list of PVC strip materials to learn more about each type of strip.
Choose Your Mounting Hardware: The type of hardware you use will depend on your opening restrictions and requirements. The most common styles are wall and in-jamb mounts. For more ways to mount your strip door check out the complete list of strip door hardware options.