This March, rolling sheet door manufacturer DBCI announced a revolutionary new door product called Curl-Lok. The new Curl-lok door is constructed out of replacable panels with engineered curls along the edges that lock into place instead of seam together, making it the first self-storage door that can be quickly repaired on site without any specialty tools.
“This is a huge advancement for our customers,” says DBCI Vice President of Operations Larry Miller, “In the past, the only options for a damaged door was to either live with it or replace the entire thing. Now damaged panels can be changed out at significantly less cost.”
The advantages of Curl-Lok doesn’t end with the door itself. Shipping panels for repair work instead of an entire new door will reduce associated freight costs and increase delivery speed. DBCI also expects many locations will keep replacement panels on-site to keep unuseable units to a minimum.
“Curl-Lok is simply a more cost-effective door soultion for the self-storage industry,” offers DBCI General Manager Roc Hughes, “It’s a convenient and efficient product that extends the life of a door and helps facilities remain profitable into the future.”
Curl-Lok is the result of over three years of development and testing. “DBCI is a company that lives and breathes innovation,” says Bray Allen, R&D at DBCI, “We realized that one component of the rolling sheet door our industry has taken for granted is the curtain itself. We saw that as an opportunity. The result is an efficient and dependable door unlike anything else in its category.”
The product is supported by a website (www.curl-lok.com) where customers can find demonstration video and product information. A new “Change is easy” marketing campaign announces the innovation to the public in trade publications across the country.
DBCI is a leading designer and manufacturer of commercial-grade steel roll-up doors and self storage solutions. Headquartered in Douglasville, DBCI also operates production facilities in Houston, TX and Chandler, AZ. For more information, please visit: https://www.dbci.com/]]>