Chase Doors, headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio, is the world's oldest, largest, and most progressive manufacturer of double-acting impact traffic doors and specialty doors.
Founded in 1932 by Chase Blum, Chase Doors offers a broad spectrum of specialty doors systems including a complete line of double-acting swing doors, strip curtains, pvc vinyl rolls, corrosion resistant doors, fiberglass doors, cold storage door, sliding fire doors, sliding service doors, pharmaceutical doors, bug screen doors, industrial curtains, and air doors.
Chase Doors offers superior design and engineering processes which enhance the functionality, durability, and life of its products. Chase Doors's estimated annual revenue is currently $21.2M per year.
In 1986, Chase Industries acquired Durus Industries, manufacturer of Durulite® Doors. Durulite Doors were the world's first rotationally molded cross-linked polyethylene door and to date over 300,000 panels are in use.
Seven years later, in 1993, Chase acquired Saino Manufacturing, producer of Sliding Fire and Service Doors. Since 1899 Saino has been the recognized leader in the sliding fire door industry. In 1905, Saino invented the world's first corrugated steel fire door.
More than a century later, Saino is still producing the best performing fire doors available. Lastly, in 1997, Chase acquired Econo Max Manufacturing. Not only did this acquisition allow Chase to expand its line of traffic doors, but also gave us the opportunity to extrude its own PVC strip material. Today, with over 200 employees and two vertically integrated manufacturing facilities, Chase has earned a reputation for high quality products that are reliable, durable, at the best prices, and the shortest available delivery times.
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