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  • Writer's pictureRaphael Collazo

What is a Drive-in Door?

A drive-in door is a type of door that is large enough to allow a vehicle to enter or exit a building. Drive-in doors are typically found in warehouses, distribution centers, and other types of buildings where the movement of goods or vehicles is an important part of the operation.


Drive-in doors are typically located at the rear or side of a building and are designed to be raised or lowered as needed to allow vehicles to pass through. They may be operated manually or by using mechanical or hydraulic systems.


Drive-in doors are an important feature in many commercial and industrial buildings, as they provide a convenient and efficient way to load and unload goods or move vehicles in and out of the building. They are typically found in buildings that are used for manufacturing, distribution, or storage, as well as in other types of facilities that require the movement of large or heavy items.


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