Latest PS Access Solutions News

Power Plant Swing Doors: All Doors Are Not Created Equal

An ordinary hollow door is neither durable nor advanced enough to provide the kind of trustworthy service needed to keep people safe and technology running efficiently. The ins and outs of the power industry require a specialized door developed and manufactured for power plants.

PS Access Solutions Case Study: Basin Electric Power Cooperative

In the summer of 2016, Basin Electric Power Cooperative needed to close off an air compressor room in one of its first power plants, known as Leland Olds Station, and it looked to longtime partner PS Access Solutions™ to get the job done. PS Access Solutions has manufactured products for the Leland Olds Station for several years, providing industrial swing doors, sliding doors and access hatches throughout the plant. For this particular project, the plant needed to close off three openings in an air compressor room in order to transform it into an airlocked environment.

New! Slidewise™ Roof Hatch

A new product from PS DOORS is poised to solve one of the most problematic issues associated with industrial and commercial roof hatches: wind. The revolutionary Slidewise™ Roof Hatch opens horizontally. Unlike traditional tip-up hatches, the Slidewise Roof Hatch is unaffected by the wind gusts, significantly reducing maintenance and replacement costs while improving safety for users.

PS Doors Introduces New Water Treatment Plant Initiative

PS DOORS now offers two completely customizable solutions that are specifically engineered for water treatment facilities. Its monorail doors and sliding roof hatches, which are part of the company’s PS Access Solutions™ line of products, are 100 percent customizable to help improve efficiency and safety.

Custom Plug Hatch

A customer called PS DOORS with a problem. He needed several inspection ports constructed out of 316L stainless steel that would hold up in his facility’s corrosive environment. These ports needed to be welded to various round or square pipes containing corrosive gas and abrasive materials. The lids had to bolt on. He had exhausted his resources trying to find a manufacturer to create these custom inspection ports for the oil and gas industry.