The Arco Clearspan is produced to provide maximum vision with the clarity of glass whilst providing security, and protection against the elements.

​The Arco Clearspan is Ideal and specifically for Shopfronts, Office reception areas, Canteen (Kiosk), Restaurants, Cafes, Sporting clubs, Clubs in general, Education facilities, Hospitals just to name a few.​

The introduction of Aluminium infill in lieu of polycarbonate increases the strength and security of the door. Also enabling our multihole perforations for vision and ventilation.

Manual Arco Clearspan can be manufactured up to 4000mm wide as a single door.

Openings wider than this will incorporate removable mullions allowing the use of multiple doors.

Simple option of Motorisation is also available.

For technical information refer to our technical sheet A1

The Arco Clearspan curtain is constructed by 98mm infill Polycarbonate or Aluminium interlocked by aluminium extruded midrails 30mm high.

The Bottom Rail which incorporates any locking requirements sits at a height of 90mm. With the option for waist high locking.

Manual operation is by using Stainless steel handles (waist high) and the use of a pull hook to push open and pull closed where door is out of reach.

Motorised Open/Close via Standard flush fit key switch or option of remotes, card reader etc.

All motorised doors supplied with battery backup as standard.

Standard finish is Clear anodised but can be powder coated as an optional extra.

Drum is manufactured using various sized spiral duct tube.

Ranging from 250mm (motorised), 229mm and 150mm. Fully enclosed with bearing end caps on a 33mm shaft.

The use of Arco’s engineered helical coil springs is designed to counterbalance the curtain weight when tensioned.

Brackets constructed with slotted angle made from 90mm x 40mm mild steel.

Side guides are 50mm deep and 33mm wide. Fitted either between walls or face fixed behind nib walls.

Mullions at 180 degrees are 150mm wide. Our unique design enables any special angle requirements.

Standard locking includes two-way keyed mortice lock mounted centrally in bottom rail and lock into holes drilled in side guides.

Options include rear snib for keyless exiting. As well as master keyable Lockwood profile.