Fabric Doors

Why Fabric Doors?
Fabric doors, often referred to as Curtain Doors, have become a popular and cost effective way to close off sections of a barn interior, as well as a means of holding out the elements on an outside enclosure. Seneca Fabric Doors are the perfect alternative to heavy, expensive steel or wood doors and will save you money at the time of installation as well as any time your door is unintentionally damaged.

FEATURES OF SENECA FABRIC DOORS

Heavy Duty Fabric
The fabric on all of our Seneca Fabric Doors is a 25oz. White Opaque PVC Coated Fabric so that it will hold up to the sun’s UV rays and  virtually any climate. Folded horizontal pockets for cross pipes. Pockets are welded with a 1” wide weld and stitched to reduce peeling effect.

Cross Pipes
Cross Pipes are 10ga 2.375” galvanized steel tubing on doors 14’ and larger and 12ga 1.900” galvanized steel tubing on doors less than 14’ wide. Every cross pipe is fitted with Seneca’s Pipe End Inserts for easy replacement, should they be accidentally damaged.

Heavy Duty Galvanized Pocket
All of Seneca’s fabric doors feature a heavy-duty 14ga
sheet metal pocket with a reinforced outer edge to resist flexing and bending. The galvanized pocket is an open channel, free from permanent tracks or cables which could cause binding and resistance. Seneca’s Free Floating Cable System allows the fabric and cross pipes to move freely within.

Two Types of Operation
There are two basic methods of operating a Seneca Fabric Door System; Manual and Manual Powered.

Manual Operation
Every Seneca Dairy Systems' Fabric Door comes with our standard manual hand crank system for reliable operation. This system is easy to install and delivers straight forward operation while keeping the overall cost of your door low.

Powered Operation Option
Seneca also offers a Manual Powered option for controlling your Fabric Door. With the Manual Powered System you can open or close the Fabric Door by manually flipping a switch that controls a 24volt DC motor. This will provide a faster, easier means of worry-free operation of your door.

6 Advantages of SENECA Fabric Doors

1. EASY TO ASSEMBLE
Seneca’s fabric doors consists of an easy-to-assemble 14ga. galvanized track system, galvanized cross pipes, pre-sewn fabric and a simple hand crank and cable pulley system.

2. MOUNTS INSIDE OR OUTSIDE
Regardless of where you intend to use them, Seneca’s fabric doors are the perfect fit, mounting both on the inside or outside of your frame, whether indoors or out.

3. HEAVY DUTY FABRIC POCKETS
Our cross support pipe pockets are welded and sewn for added durability and years of problem-free use.

4. GREAT FOR BOTH WOOD AND STEEL STRUCTURES
Seneca Fabric Curtains mount on most any permanent structure, including wood and Steel barns and warehouses.

5. FREE FLOATING CABLE SYSTEM
Seneca’s unique Free-Floating cable system allows cross pipes to move independently and won’t bind up if they go up or down slightly unevenly.

6. EASY CROSS-PIPE REPLACEMENT
Ever backed into your fabric door system with a skid steer? If so, you know first-hand how difficult and frustrating it can be to replace a single bent cross pipe with our competitors’ fabric curtains.

See "Replacing a Cross Pipe" below

STANDARD SIZES

Heights:
Standard heights range from 8 feet to 16 feet, in 1' increments

Widths:
Widths are variable based on your needs, up to 18 feet

*Custom Sizes:
Call us to inquire about custom sizes.

*Please expect longer turnarounds on custom orders.

Replacing a Cross Pipe
Seneca Fabric Curtain Systems utilize Cross Pipe Inserts in the ends of every steel cross pipe, so replacing one pipe is as easy as:

  • Lifting one end of the bent pipe up the Free Floating Cable System until it is free from the galvanized track.
  • Removing our unique end piece and sliding the pipe out of the fabric.
  • Replacing the damaged piece with another straight length of pipe.

Never drill holes or disassemble your entire door and track system again!