IDC - Hangar Doors - Steel Sliding Doors


Steel Sliding Doors are the most commonly used in the industry and provide the best value in the market. IDC’s steel sliding hangar doors are a dependable, economical and reliable choice for any pre-engineered or custom designed hangar facility. IDC’s focus is on quality and attention to detail that is unmatched in the hangar door industry.



  • Custom design by a team of Professional Engineers with decades of hangar door experience
  • Structural steel framed door panels designed to withstand the highest wind load criteria
  • Custom designed hardware manufactured in-house utilizing the latest CNC machinery
  • Custom built rugged motor operator systems, designed for years of dependable service
  • State of the art electrical control systems that are designed, built and tested in-house
  • Advanced weather sealing system designed to maximize building energy efficiency and provide protection from all types of weather
  • Customized design to accommodate personnel doors, truck doors, aperture doors and a variety of tail doors.
  • Installation by full time, experienced IDC Superintendents and crews

Steel Sliding Hangar Doors can generally be classified into one of the following categories based upon the type of operation and door leaf configurations:



These doors usually have even numbers of leaves and meet at the center of the building opening. They operate by telescoping toward each side of the building opening, typically into door pocket structures located beyond the extents of the opening. The lead leaf of each door group contains the motor operating system and drives the remaining leaves in the group. The doors in a group can be interconnected with the drive leaf by a linear cable sheave system (known as an anchored group) or by a system of pick-up brackets.


A unidirectional door system is essentially one half of a bi-parting system, where all of the door leaves operate toward one side of the opening. As with the bi-parting doors, the method of operation may be either by linear cable sheave system or by pick-up brackets.



With any number of self-powered leaves, these doors can move freely to any position in the opening without reference to the jambs or any other door leaf.



These doors have leaves that are interconnected with each other, but are not anchored to the building. These doors can stack and unstack in either direction or move together as a group. These doors are usually interconnected with a linear cable sheave system and have motor operating systems in the door leaves at each end of the group.