The unique Compact™ door

  • Space-saving: no overhead rails
  • Shipping possible within 3 weeks
  • Versatile: endless design options
  • Online configuration and price calculation

The space-saving door solution

Thanks to the unique folding system, there are no ceiling rails. Therefore the Compact door can be installed where traditional doors do not fit.

The Compact door is a space-saving solution in buildings with ceiling lights, crane tracks, sprinkler installations, sloped roofs, basically everywhere!

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Maximising the use of space is important in many commercial and/or industrial buildings. Traditional overhead doors roll up along the ceiling, which limits the height in your building. Lighting can be blocked and there is no room for installations.

The Compact folding door allows you to maximise the use of space in your building. Thanks to the unique Compact folding system, where the panels fold up above the door opening, no ceiling rails are required.

Custom-made space-saver

All Compact doors are custom-made in our factory in The Netherlands and distributed worldwide through an extensive network of resellers. Use our online door configurator to create your own space-saving door!

Space-saving solution

How does the Compact door save space?

The Compact door is designed as a space-saving door solution. Its insulated panels fold into a small package above the door opening. No overhead rails, which provides you with ample space for installations, cranes or other items that are on the ceiling. What are the advantages of this system?

Sectional door with crane track

1. No overhead rails, more space for ...

The main space-saving feature of the Compact door is its folding system. Whereas standard sectional doors roll up and over, the Compact door just needs a small space above the door opening. This serves both practical and esthetic purposes, as the ceiling is free of rails or support systems. We have seen this work very well in buildings with crane tracks, car wash installations, windows above the door, sloped roofs, extractors. It can basically be useful anywhere.

Open space saving door solution - Rolflex

2. No lintel needed, almost self-supporting

The Compact door just needs a flat and stable vertical surface to be installed on. This means, the door can be installed in temporary buildings, but also as an internal door or flexible wall. The silent operation and the high quality finish make it suitable for both industrial, commercial and even larger residential projects.

Spray booths with Compact industrial sectional doors

3. External installation for even more space

The Compact door can also be installed outside of the building or room. This way, no door parts are inside, saving even more space. This option is often applied in spray booths, car wash installations and cargo elevators.

Save space with the Compact door

No rails on the ceiling, more room for your business

Room for your installations or materials


No blockage of lighting by an opened door


Ideal with sloped roofs, maximum use of space



Fits any kind of application

The compact folding door is an industrial door that is designed to fit any kind of application.

Free online design and quotation

Design your Compact™ door online

  • Select colour, sizing and options
  • See what your ideal door looks like
  • Receive a quotation from a reseller in your region
  • Download drawings and REVIT files
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Awesome projects we have done

DHL loading dock with Compact doors
The Netherlands | Logistics

DHL Schiphol

Silent and compact solution in a narrow space

Military building with crane tracks
United Kingdom | Explosives, Crane tracks

British army base in Gloucester and Catterick

As the Compact door ticked all the boxes, the British Army had 100 Compact doors installed.

Want to know more about the space-saving qualities of the Compact door?

How do I measure the correct Compact door size?

In order to define the correct Compact door size, you must measure the opening width and the opening height. To do this, firstly measure the width between the right and left side of the door opening. Secondly, measure the height between the floor and the top of the door opening. Best practice is to measure […]

How much free space do I need around the Compact door?

Even though the Compact door does not take up much space, compared to other overhead doors there is some space needed around the door opening to install the door. In this case, we are talking about free space on the side (left and right) on top of the door and the free depth (room behind […]

How much space does the Compact motor need?

The motor of the Compact door can be mounted on the side, to the front or above the door opening. By default, the motor is installed to the side of the door. This can be either on the right side or the left side. Motor position Side space (engine side) Additional overhead space Side motor […]

What are the insulation values of Compact doors?

All Compact doors have a proper insulation and seals to help protect your building against the outdoor climate. Depending on the material of your door and the size of the door, insulation values of your Compact doors may vary. Below are the insulation values of our panels. Sandwich panels Panel thickness :       […]

The minimum and maximum dimensions of the Compact folding door?

The minimum and maximum dimensions of the Compact folding door depend on the configuration of the door. Especially the type of panels and whether or not a wicket door is needed will determine the max dimensions. Max door width Min/Max door height With wicket door Sandwich panels 7000 mm 2400mm min*/ 7960 mm max 6000 […]

What can a Compact door be installed on?

The Compact door is a door that does not require any rail structures on the ceiling. That saves a lot of work during installation. The Compact door only has side rails and a folding package above the door opening. As a result, different things have to be taken into account with the mounting surface of […]

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