What Are the Different Car Door Types?
There are hundreds of different door types on the market today. Some of your favorite doors include; Sliding screen door, bi-fold door, roll up door, sliding glass door, folding door, panel door, barn door, and shutter door. Each of these doors offers different benefits. Some of their benefits are described below.
Sliding doors offer a good way to protect cars from rain, sun, snow, and general abuse.
Most cars come with a sliding glass door installed when they were new. Over the years, these doors have gotten more durable. They are no longer prone to cracking, breaking, or shattering. However, there are some sliders that feature a hard frame that can be bent or broken without serious damage.
Bi-folding doors are made in two different ways; side opening and back opening.
The bi-folding style is one of the oldest types of doors used for cars. These doors have a zipper located at the top of the door. When you open the zipper, it opens the entire door. A handle on the side of the door allows the driver to pull the door-opening zipper all the way to the side, where it then folds back into itself.
One of the more popular door types on cars is the butterfly door.
These doors use a pulley system to raise the actual door itself up. These doors do not close flush with the vehicle, allowing for air to get inside. Butterfly doors can also be placed sideways, which allows for an unobstructed view out of the car. Most modern cars come with the option of having them installed, but many older cars are still available without this option.
In addition to the types of doors mentioned above, there are other devices for moving wings into or out of an open or closed position. Different companies make these devices, such as by putting sensors in the wing structure. With the proper equipment, a person can measure the amount of time it takes for the wings to get to the open or closed position. This is useful for creating devices for moving wings for controlling car acceleration.
Sensors and fittings thereof are mounted onto wheels of course. The wheels would determine how the wings are moved and for control of acceleration. Once the sensors are mounted, the driver would set the wheels in motion, and these movement are measured by the measurement force. If the force measurements show an increase when the doors are opened than when they are closed, then the fitter is likely using improper methods for moving wings into or out of a particular position.
For instance, one company makes doors with e05Y indexing scheme relating to the magnetic suspension devices used. When the doors are open, the magnetic suspension devices are supposed to follow the contour of the body of the vehicle, and in the process push the doors in a certain direction. However, the body of some vehicles is irregularly shaped, and the magnetic suspension devices can only follow the shape of this irregular body part. Thus, the door can not be pushed in a certain direction consistently. Manufacturers of doors with this mechanism use a certain code for creating this suspension device, and they have been banned by the government for using this method to increase the acceleration of the car.
These door fittings can only be fitted when doors have been produced according to the correct and approved design and construction. If the door is not made according to this scheme, then the suspension devices will not function properly. Similarly, if the doors have been manufactured using the e05y indexing scheme relating to the magnetic suspension devices, then the door will not be able to lock or unlock except through the use of special key locks.