Roll Seal paint booth door


An Excellent Seal at an Affordable Price

Exclusive to Global Finishing Solutions® (GFS) paint booths and finishing equipment, RollSeal Automated Doors eliminate the space needed for traditional swing or wing-style doors. RollSeal Doors are durable and low maintenance, providing an excellent seal at an affordable price.

With a unique, patented design, RollSeal’s triple-layered fabric door and airtight seal prevent overspray from escaping the booth and keep contaminants out of your paint jobs. RollSeal Doors operate at the press of a button, with the ability to adjust the door operation speeds. Air is not disturbed during operation, keeping dirt and dust out of the booth.


Easy Installation

All RollSeal Doors come complete with heavy-duty mounting tracks and a horizontal header with the roll-up door pre-installed. The door system can be installed easily at the entrance or exit of your paint booth. Simply assemble the tracks and header, attach the frame to the booth and mount the controller. RollSeal Doors require less structural support than metal roll-up doors and have minimal failure points to decrease maintenance.


RollSeal’s triple-layered fabric with air between layers helps to maintain the desired heat levels inside the booth, meeting cure temperature requirements. With fewer moving parts than traditional roll-up doors, less time and money is spent replacing rollers, tracks, panels and hinges. RollSeal’s fabric doors are impact resistant; however, if they are punctured or damaged, they can be easily repaired or replaced at a fraction of the cost of a metal roll-up door.


RollSeal can custom design a door using your parameters and drawings, providing a solution for openings up to 24 feet wide and 24 feet high. In addition to product entrance and exit, RollSeal Automated Door Systems can be used in sideload booth systems to control contamination and airflow between bays.

Code Compliance

GFS guarantees that our products meet or exceed all of the applicable codes related to the equipment. Our engineers regularly follow and contribute to the advancement of codes and standards that affect the industries that we work in. One of our engineers currently serves on the NFPA Technical Committee on Finishing Processes, a key standard in the finishing industry.

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