Why you should buy Ecolid folding doors
Sweden’s best-selling folding door
40% better U-Value than framed folding doors
Simple and easy to install
CE-marking in accordance with European Standard EN13241–1 for doors
Air permeability class 4, air leakage 1.8 m3/m2 in accordance with EN12426
All risk of crushing is eliminated in the design, also for manual folding doors and hinged doors
Low maintenance costs
Top class corrosion protection
Requires minimal spaces at sides and overhead
The size is fully customised with a variety of different finishes
Folding doors and industrial doors with extra class – Prido
Some facilities require a folding door with a little extra class. Facilities where design, function and economy are all equally important aspects to consider. As the name implies, Ecolid is a genuine economic and environmentally-strong option, which has a high finish and minimal maintenance requirements. So if you need a wellinsulated, affordable and stylish folding door or hinged door, look no further.
Brochures industrial doors
Technical specifications for Ecolid industrial doors, folding doors
CE marking Insulation properties Air permeability Mechanical durability Resistance to water penetration Wind load resistance Safety Brackets mounted on the door leaves Windows Integrated pass door Pull handles for folding doors Insulation Frame hinges Lifting hinges (Optional) Central hinges Door leaves Door surrounds Stable package Guide rails and brackets Safety Seals Door catch Cladding 7 year warranty Maintenance, servicing Lock
All Ecolid folding doors are CE-marked to comply with the Construction Products Regulation (CPR)
in accordance with the applicable standard EN13241-1.
Motor operated doors are also CE-marked
in accordance with the Machinery Directive, Low Voltage Directive
and EMC Directive.
U-value of 1.34 W/(m2/K) for a fully covered 5 x 5
m door or 1.47 W/(m2/K) with one glass row
type B1, calculated in accordance with EN12428.
Class 4, 1.8 m3/m2 h, in accordance with EN12426 ..
Designed and tested for 1 million
opening cycles in accordance with EN12605.
Class 3 in accordance with EN12425.
Class 2, 3, 4 or 5 depending on size.
Tested and classified in accordance with EN12444 and
Naturally, our motor operated doors meet
all relevant safety requirements and standards.
All crushing risks have been eliminated through the design
from the start and our doors can therefore be fully converted
into motor operation without any extra protection. Optical
anti-crushing protection is integrated in the door’s central seals
and additional safety photocells for positioning in the door opening are supplied as standard.
In addition to these features, there is a load monitor in the motor/control
for increased personal safety. Rubber strips
are designed to eliminate crushing risks between
door leaves and a door leaf/wall.
A minimum of three supporting brackets per leaf in order to prevent falls.
Electrogalvanized steel or aluminum. On outward-opening doors, the steel fittings are also powder-coated.
Argon gas-filled D4-12 insulated glass panes in six
different standard sizes. Standard breast height
about 1,070 mm. 7-year warranty against condensation between
the glass layers. Window frames in
natural anodised aluminium profiles with
broken thermal bridges.
Available in all variants.
Always outward opening. The position is governed by
the door option, see the planning guide.
Minimum door height allowing a pass door to be fitted
is 2,800 mm. The opening for
the pass door is governed by the width of the door leaves and
can be as narrow as 567 mm.
Minimum door leaf width with integrated pass door
is 770 mm. Dorma DL 919-50 lock housing.
Natural anodised aluminium handles.
50 mm freon-free polyurethane foam.
Multi-size adjustable steel hinges. Electrogalvanized on inward-opening doors and electrogalvanized and powder-coated on outward-opening doors.
Lubrication-free Teflon bushings. Screw into door surround.
Raises the door during the opening movement by 10
mm. Suitable for uneven floors. Good seal in
the closed position, and a soft and smooth opening movement
without undue wear on the sealing strip.
Natural anodised aluminium. Lubrication-free
Process laminated sandwich panels.
Thickness 50 mm. Maximum size for individual door leaves is
1,250 x 6,000 mm. Frame for attaching
rubber strips etc. in natural anodised
aluminium profiles. Cast steel reinforcements
as attachment points for hinges,
Steel, concrete or wood. At least 6 mm steel
for individual door leaves > 6 m2. Otherwise at least 3
mm steel when opening inwards and at least 4 mm when
opening outwards. Three different screw kits depending on the
type of surround.
Doors located in washing halls or stables require
a special component package that gives additional
corrosion protection in order for the warranties to apply.
Cannot be retrofitted.
Steel, hot galvanised and adjustable.
Screwed into the door surround.
Rubber strips are designed to eliminate crushing risks between door leaves and a door leaf/wall. Optical anti-crushing protective strips on the closing edges of motor operated folding doors. All motor operated folding doors with an extra photocell on the folding side. At least three supporting brackets per folding door leaf in order to prevent falls.
Age resistant EPDM rubber.
The design meets the requirements of EN12453
without extra protection.
Automatic locking in the open position for both
inward and outward opening doors.
Interior and exterior of hot galvanised sheet steel.
Painted with 25 μm polyester paint.
See separate documentation with our
The lowest service requirements in the market.
Once every 18 months or a maximum of 25,000
openings for motor operated doors.
Garage bolts for interior padlocking.
Cylinder locks on the inside and outside are available as
an option. Suitable for Euro cylinders.
Resistance to water penetration
Wind load resistance
Brackets mounted on the door leaves
Integrated pass door
Pull handles for folding doors
Lifting hinges (Optional)
Guide rails and brackets
7 year warranty
Colour shades, colours for Ecolid industrial doors and folding doors
The colour of an industrial door is obviously of great importance to the overall impression of the building.
All Ecolid industrial doors are clad in sheet steel
LIGHT GREY 022
DARK GREY 036
ANTRACIT GREY 035
Please note that the actual colour may vary from what is shown on a computer display. For the exact colours, contact us for sheet samples.
- Sheet steel
- Zinc layer
- Passivation layer
- Painted with 25 μm polyester paint
- Colour on rear side 10 µm
Project guidelines Ecolid folding door, industrial door.
Mounting and connections in the door opening
Ecolid doors are manufactured with overlapping installation and sealing strip as a seal against the floor.
Max height = 6,005 mm (4,600)
Sections such as pass doors = 3,200 mm
(Dimensions in brackets apply with hinged doors.)
Overlapping installation for folding doors
Seals for hinged doors and folding doors
Windows Folding doors, industrial doors
Ecolid folding doors can be fitted with double-glazed, insulated windows. You can choose between six different window types in our standard range, but special sizes are also available on request. The position and number are optional, on the condition that they fit within the dimensions listed below. Standard breast height = 1,070 mm.
Fönster typ B1
Window type B2
Window type B3
Example 1 – Two B1
Fönster typ S1
Window type S2
Window type S3
Example 2 – Two B1 plus integrated pass-door
Door surround for Ecolid industrial doors, folding doors, hinged doors and pass doors in the frame
Click on each door surround to open the drawing in a new window. Please note that Acrobat Reader must be installed on your computer.
Download Acrobat here. To print, save the door surround drawing you want, and then click Print.
Environmental Product Declaration – Ecolid folding door
Description of the company and product
Prido is, with more than 45 years of experience, one of the leading players in its industry.
The company works with design, development, manufacturing and marketing of industrial door solutions for industries and other door users in the Nordic region and Northern Europe.
Our objective is to offer the most attractive range in the industry that is best-adapted to the market.
534 92 Tråvad
Tel: 0512-295 90
Fax: 0512-200 30
VD Josephine Stjärnerfält, 0512-295 88
Environmental Coordinator Otto Claéson, 0512-295 85
The company’s environmental policy is available on its website. Regular monitoring is carried out.
The Ecolid door is a folding door in a process laminated sandwich construction. The framework consists of aluminium profiles with steel reinforcement. The frame is filled with isocyanate and polyol that create a polyurethane insulation. Interior and exterior in hot galvanised sheet steel. Manufacturing takes place at the head office in Tråvad outside Vara. The service life of the door is estimated to be at least 25 years. The specified service life assumes that the product is used under the intended operating conditions. Heavy damage to the paint coating, which also damages the underlying galvanised layer should be repaired. Otherwise, maintenance is only required in accordance with the maintenance instructions in the user manual for the industrial door.
Declaration of contents:
The table below provides information on the composition of Ecolid. Door dimensions are customised to the customer’s requirements, so size varies.
The table shows the contents of the most common version – 4,000 mm x 4,000 mm, with a row of windows and pass door:
For more information about the constituent components, please contact the manufacturer.
Environmental Performance Declaration:
The information about the product’s environmental performance is divided into a section on manufacturing and a section on use.
The use of resources:
– Power Consumption approx. 104 kWh/door.
– No measurable emissions occur.
– Hazardous waste: Some waste occurs with the cleaning of polyol and isocyanate machines. This is dealt with by Stena Recycling destruction. An average of approximately 150 kg per year has accrued, compared to the 192 tonnes of raw material used in production.
– Other waste: Residual products in the form of cut-outs occur in production. They are not classified as hazardous waste, and can be disposed of without restrictions and used for ground insulation.
– Chemicals used in production: Polyol, Isocyanate, hot melt adhesive.
– Packaging is done around a frame. The frame consists of steel side end pieces with wooden feet, wooden slats as spacers and plastic sheet on the bottom of the door packaging. Tied with plastic ties and wooden slats on top of the door frame. Loose accessories are packed in cardboard boxes.
– None known.
The metal can be recycled. Wood and rubber remnants can be used in energy recovery. Cellular plastic waste can be disposed of without restrictions (not compostable). Glue residues can be burned/disposed of.
Warranty conditions – Ecolid folding doors and industrial doors
This warranty will apply for seven years from the day the door is delivered by Prido AB.
Scope of the warranty
The warranty applies to all sections of the Ecolid door, with the exception of specified wear sections.
This warranty covers material fractures, design faults, production faults, abnormal changes in colour, rust perforation of the surface
layer and other corrosion damage that may affect the function of the door A two-year full functional warranty is provided
for electronics. After that, a defective electronic unit will be replaced with an equivalent new unit.
The warranty does not cover damage that is incurred to the door’s wear parts. Wear parts must be replaced according to
applicable maintenance instructions, at intervals stated in the user manual supplied with the door (“the manual”). Specific wear
parts for the door in question appear in the Manual.
The warranty does not cover damage caused by electrical overvoltage, e.g. electrical storm.
The warranty does not cover damage or consequential damage caused by the installer, the user or a third party.
The warranty is valid providing that:
1. The door is not installed in a particularly corrosive or aggressive environment, e.g. in air with high salt content, in constant
contact with water or where corrosive chemicals, corrosive fumes, condensation, ash, cement dust or animal droppings
can affect parts of the door.
2. The door is supplied in one of the standard colours available at the time of order and manufacturing. For doors coated in.
3. The door has been used for its intended purpose, to act as a climate protection in a corridor system for goods and personnel.
4. The door has not been exposed to any other form of influence than the load required to operate a properly installed and
maintained door and the loads imposed by wind.
5. The servicing, cleaning and maintenance measures prescribed in this Manual have been performed and documented in
the Manual’s maintenance log.
6. Any spare parts installed are original Prido parts. The warranty on the spare parts runs to the expiry date for the door’s
original warranty period.
7. The doors is installed north of 37 degrees latitude.
8. Build-up of dirt or other deposits has been washed off the door leaf and fittings on a regular basis in accordance with the
applicable rules in the maintenance instructions.
9. Manual doors are not installed in such places where the temperature consistently exceeds 70 degrees.
10. Machine-operated doors are installed in a space where the indoor temperature remains between +40 and -10 degrees
11. Full payment for the door and any installation is made to Prido AB.
12. The door is opened a maximum of 1,000,000 times.
Warranty commitments and claims
In the event of fault, a written claim is submitted to Prido AB within a reasonable time after the fault has been detected or
should have been detected, however, no later than before the end of the warranty period. In the event of complaints, Prido AB
is entitled to have an impartial party investigate the fault. When Prido AB receives complaints in accordance with the above,
Prido AB shall, within a reasonable time and at its own expense, rectify any faults covered by this warranty. This warranty
does not limit the buyer’s rights and the consequences resulting from applicable laws in any way,
such as the right to rectification, product exchange, price deduction, or the right to withhold payment, to compensation for
rectifying the fault or to cancel the purchase.