Waterproof doors

30 companies | 84 products
Boat door / swinging / waterproof

The structure of the door is made of fibreglass(of...

Boat door / pantograph / waterproof

The patented pins and the special seal (which will not be deformed over time) guarantee waterproofing...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

The doors are designed in accordance with the DIN 83100...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

Door deigned in accordance with NS6090 standard. Made of A (RST-37) steel,...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

Dog pins and handle pins mounted in plastic...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

The door can withstand hydrostatic...

Ro-Ro door / projection / waterproof

When there is free height available,...

Ship door / sliding / waterproof

Technical Data • Variable...

Ship door / sliding / waterproof

• Shock tested acc. German Navy...

Boat door / swinging / waterproof

These are classified as watertight. They...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

Ship doors contain a broad range of proof doors of...

Ship door / waterproof / aluminum

Ship doors contain a broad range of proof doors of...

Ship door / waterproof / steel

Ship doors contain a broad range of proof doors...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

THORMARINE watertight doors...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

THORMARINE watertight doors...

Ship door / swinging / fireproof / waterproof

Fire-rated A-60 Doors can be delivered with optional Quick...

Swinging door / for yachts / waterproof

An attractive and reliable proven design...

Yacht door / swinging / waterproof

PCM manufactures the quality yacht doors shown...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

Structural doors are...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

Baier's line of Water-tight...

Ship door / swinging / waterproof

Baier's line of Water-tight...

How to choose this product

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A watertight door closes hermetically, forming a barrier against the passage of air or water.

Applications

Such doors are used on ships to prevent flooding in case of a leak, or to prevent the spread of fire.

Technologies

These doors can be operated manually via a lever. Some models use hydraulic or electric systems, or a combination of the two. While some are operated directly, others can be activated remotely from the bridge or another location fitted with controls.

How to choose

Choice will depend on door size and location, the operating mechanism and the number of doors needed to ensure vessel stability in case of flooded compartments.

Advantages

- Compartmentalization
- Watertightness

Disadvantages

- Requires maintenance

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