Our Products at a Glance

Air Curtains (Air Doors)

Links: Architectural Air Curtains / Commercial Air Curtains / Sanitation Certified Air Curtains / Industrial Air Curtains / Hazardous Location Air CurtainAir Entrance Systems / Other Products

Architectural Air Curtains

Commercial Air Curtains

Sanitation Certified (NSF certification) Air Curtains

Industrial Air Curtains

Hazardous Location Air Curtains

Patio Heaters

  • Architectural Air Curtains

    Chosen by designers who are concerned with both aesthetics and protecting the intent of the space when the door is open, Berner Architectural Air Curtains are designed to meet the functional needs of the application and to integrate into the architectural design of the space. Architects also use air curtains for doors that enhance or replace a vestibule to save energy and maintain comfortable interiors.

  • Commercial Air Curtains

    Chosen by designers who are concerned with protecting the interior when the door is open, Berner Commercial Air Curtains are designed to meet the functional needs of the application, to integrate into the space and to keep installation costs to a minimum.

  • Sanitation Certified (NSF certification) Air Curtains

    Chosen by restaurants and kitchen designers who are concerned with meeting food service standards and/or health department requirements for flying insect control, Berner Sanitation Certified Air Curtains are designed to meet the functional needs of the application, to integrate into the space and to keep installation costs to a minimum.

  • Industrial Air Curtains

    Offered in both belt-drive and direct-drive models, Berner Industrial Air Curtains are used by manufacturing plants, distribution centers and warehouses to keep temperatures stable and flying insects out when the doors are open.

  • Hazardous Location Air Curtains

    Used by manufacturing plants, CNG bus garages and pharmaceutical plants to keep interior temperatures stable and flying insects out when the doors are open, Berner Hazardous Location Air Curtains are engineered to perform in hazardous conditions and built to last. Plus, they're easy to install, operate and maintain.

  • Air Entrance Systems

    The Berner Air Entrance System, built into the entrance, provides a recirculating air seal through concealed ductwork, effectively creating a barrier between indoor and outdoor temperature conditions. Open access, safety and energy efficiency are created out of air — while doors stay open, welcoming people to enter freely.

  • Patio Heaters

    This line of patio heaters offers more coverage, allowing you to use more of your outdoor space with less. These fuel-efficient, clean-burning heaters can use either natural gas or propane for comfort you can feel.

  • Fabric Duct

    Posi-Flow Fabric Air Diffusion Ducts are the most economical and efficient way to evenly distribute air to a room or an entire building. Posi-Flow is installed in areas with open ceilings and replaces traditional sheet metal ductwork with tubing.

  • Door Heaters

    Counter negative air pressure with a Berner Direct Gas Fired Door Heater. A duct axial fan directs a high-velocity stream of hot air toward the door opening — warming cold air as it enters and keeping employees happy.

  • Swinging Doors for Walk-In Coolers

    For those who do not want an air curtain, Berner Arctic Seal Bi-parting Doors keep walk-in coolers and freezers working more efficiently. The unique cam and revolutionary swinging door design allow the main cooler or freezer door to be closed without interference.

  • Bakery Rack Covers

    Whether the bakery rack lives in the back of the house or front of the house or it goes on the road, the threat of food contamination is always a worry. Berner International offers three types of vinyl bakery rack covers to effectively and economically offer food contamination protection.

  • PVC Strip Curtains

    Made of clear PVC material that retains its flexibility even in extremely cold conditions, Berner Strip Curtains (Strip Doors) can be used to contain airborne contaminates, flying insects and odors. They are an easy-to-clean way to hold back conditioned air for both customer and employee comfort when an air curtain won't do the trick.