ADAT Dubai (aviation)
3 sets of 5-section doors.
Total dimensions per door (meters): 115 wide x 26 high
Largest single door
Fincantieri, Italy (shipyard)
Dimensions (meters): 38 wide x 24 high
Widest multiple-section door
Gameco, China (aviation)
Dimensions (meters): 145 wide x 26 high
Most advanced door
Qatar Airways, Doha (aviation)
Dimensions (meters): 144 wide x 26 high
Door with most windows
Eurogate, Hamburg (logistics)
Container truck maintenance workshop. 3 doors.
Dimensions (meters): 12 wide x 17 high. 72 windows in each door.
Most doors in one order
Al Dhafra Airbase, Dubai
60 doors, each measuring (meters) 16 wide x 7 high
Kuwait Coast Guard base (naval)
Average summertime temp,:41°C. Highest measured temp.: 51°C
2 doors, each measuring (meters) 17 wide x 22 high
Fort Wainwright, Alaska (military aviation)
Average winter temperatures: –60°C
11 doors, each measuring (meters) 22 wide x 7 high
Jorgen Jeppesen AS, Hirtshals, Denmark (floating drydock)
1 door, measuring (meters) 18 wide x 30 high
Collahuasi Mine, Atacama, Chile (mining). This area has been a desert for millions of years.
12 sets of System 1000 doors. Dimensions (meters): 12 wide x 9 high.
Boliden AB, Kristineberg, Sweden (mining)
Several doors 4 x 4 meter doors installed at 690 meters’ depth
Most unusual installation
Boeing, Seattle (aviation)
1 door – dimensions (meters): 27 wide x 9 high – which opens downwards instead of upwards.
Cow Head, Newfoundland, Canada (offshore oil industry – maintenance and service facilities)
2 doors, measuring respectively (meters) 17 wide x 17 high and 17 wide x 25 high
Spetsbergen (Svalbard), Norway (mining)
4 standard doors. Dimensions (meters): 3.6 wide x 4.15 high.
Terre Adélie, Antarctica (scientific research – aircraft hangar)
1 door. Dimensions (meters): 23 wide x 6 high.
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