Better Environments Use Berner Commercial Air Curtains

In schools, universities, hospitals and transportation centers, air curtains (air doors) help maintain the air temperatures occupants expect, allowing the space around the door to be utilized as intended. That's why Berner air curtains are considered an important part of lobbies, loading docks and waiting areas.

Main Entrance

From pickup and drop-off areas to emergency room doors, architects and facilities managers use Berner Architectural Air Curtains, along with or instead of a vestibule, to help maintain the design intent of these high-use areas by keeping them comfortable and free of vehicle exhaust in an energy-efficient manner.

Kitchen or Service Entry

Shipping & Receiving

Berner industrial air curtains are used on loading docks and shipping and receiving bays as a simple and energy-efficient way to protect the area around the opening when loading and unloading.

Train & Bus Bays

By providing environmental separation for openings as tall as 30′, Berner air curtains are used near open garage doors to keep indoor temperatures stable when these big doors are open.

Concession Window

Walk right up to the concession area done right. Open, inviting and comfortable for guests and employees — while safely keeping insects and birds out.

Walk-In Cooler

Store managers know the benefits of using air curtains to maintain refrigeration temperatures: energy savings through decreased compressor run times, as well as the diminished threat, and associated costs, of food spoilage.

ER (Emergency Room) Entrance

For emergency room doors, architects and facilities managers use Berner Air Curtains, along with or instead of a vestibule, to help maintain the design intent of these high-use areas by keeping them comfortable and free of vehicle exhaust in an energy-efficient manner.

Baggage Loading Doors

In airports around the country, Berner Industrial Air Curtains are used between the tarmac and the terminal while bags, cartons and cargo are being loaded and unloaded.