As a component of the building's exterior enclosure structure, fast rolling shutter doors provide different building functions and requirements for both high-end and ordinary residential buildings. To provide a comfortable and peaceful indoor environment for people, they must meet various functions such as building effectiveness, rain prevention, lighting, ventilation, visibility, insulation, and sound insulation.
The engineering design of fast rolling shutter doors first involves the architectural design of door and window performance, with the goal of meeting the functional requirements of buildings under different climate and environmental conditions. The performance indicators and related design requirements of fast rolling shutter doors should be reasonably determined, rather than setting the performance indicators higher as better. Doors and windows also have the dual function of both indoor and outdoor decoration in the building, and must meet the overall requirements of building decoration.
Therefore, when designing products for fast rolling shutter doors, the following factors should be considered
Usage environment: The requirements of geographical location, climatic conditions, lifestyle habits, and opening methods for fast rolling shutter doors.
Architectural style and type of construction: Architectural structure, color, grid scheme, shape, and civil or commercial requirements for fast rolling shutter doors.
Energy conservation and resource utilization: The requirements for the type, accessories, and glass selection of fast rolling shutter doors in the energy-saving design of buildings.
Building physical performance: The physical performance requirements for fast rolling shutter doors are determined by the performance design requirements of the building.
Technical reliability: requirements for materials, processing technology, and installation technology.
Cost: The requirement for building cost.
Durability of use: Fast rolling shutter doors should meet the durability requirements specified in the design.