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Power-Pivot Hydraulic Door Maximizes Head Room, Cuts Energy Losses

Power-Pivot Hydraulic Door Maximizes Head Room, Cuts Energy Losses

Wind and snow loads are designed into this single-panel, hydraulic barn and shop door.

Lester Buildings has solved the problem of getting doors over and around big equipment in modern farm shops and barns.

The Power-Pivot Hydraulic door, ranging ftrom 12 to 60 feet wide by 12 to 24 feet high are designed to withstand the wind and snow loads of their installed area, and each is installed on site. Extra features include maximum energy efficiency, a clean look, and the industry's strongest warranty.

In addition, the door and mechanism can be purchased from a single source -- Lester Buildings Systems, LLC. Check them out at

Lester Buildings has designed a single-panel, clear-span shop door rugged enough to stand up to wind and snow loads.

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