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Schweiss Doors now offers quick, easy ‘Splice Connections’
FAIRFAX, Minn., May 4, 2017 – Schweiss Doors is proud to announce the invention of its new hydraulic door Splice Connection system. Schweiss engineers came up with this one-of-a-kind Splice Connection that allows the doors to be broken down, shipped and easily assembled at a fraction of the cost.  View Complete Article


Schweiss Doors introduces automatic hydraulic door wind pin
Innovative wind pin resets with the push of a button.
FAIRFAX, Minn., August 3, 2016 – Structural design of Schweiss Doors hydraulic doors now includes the application of hydraulic wind pins.  View Complete Article


Schweiss Doors engineers easy-to-grease wrap-around hinge
Industry leader also introduces “spherical” bearings, better door insulation
HECTOR, Minn., November 16, 2015 – The engineering team at Schweiss Doors has developed an easy-to-grease hinge for its hydraulic doors.  View Complete Article


Schweiss Doors introduces new strap latch system
Innovative straps now latch bi-fold doors as well as lift
HECTOR, Minn., October 8, 2015 – Schweiss Doors has introduced what the company considers a major breakthrough in the bi-fold door industry with its new Automatic Strap Latch. The Automatic Strap Latch is a totally functional and simple strap latch system that provides an “all-strap” and “only-strap” bi-fold door.   View Complete Article


Schweiss Doors adds 20,000 square feet of factory space
Expansion necessitated by innovative products for different markets
FAIRFAX, Minn., June 2, 2015 – Schweiss Doors, a leading manufacturer and installer of liftstrap bifold doors, powerful one-piece hydraulic doors and unique designer doors, has built and opened a new state-of-the-art factory electrical facility.  View Complete Article


Schweiss Doors introduces a 'Build Your Own' package
HECTOR, Minn., April 16, 2015 – For those willing to do some work to save some money, Schweiss Doors has developed a Build Your Own Door Kit. Customers willing to weld their own steel doorframes may purchase the company’s properly sized major hydraulic door components.  View Complete Article