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Facility managers are always looking to increase their production while decreasing their annual energy bills. However, doing both at once can be a daunting task. Since most loading docks are on the exterior of the building, and interface directly with potentially steamy (or frigid) outdoor environments, they are often the first areas targeted for energy efficiency upgrades. However, many interior sections of manufacturing facilities are also significant contributors to energy waste and decreased productivity.
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Small Gaps Add Up
Gaps allow good things like energy to escape your building and bad things like dust, bugs, and rain to enter it. Seal the gaps with dock enclosures and weather seals. Read more.
Temperature control requirements can range from managing perishable food or pharmaceuticals to creating separation between two temperature zones or simply keeping employees comfortable. Regardless of what the reason is, a solution can be found by implementing insulated curtain walls and accessories. Read more.
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