Built to last!

Stevensons Doors Ltd aims to provide the highest quality products and service for all industrial door requirements. From our Palmerston North workshop and manufacturing facility, we supply throughout New Zealand.

Our industrial roller shutter doors and manufacturing processes were designed from the ground up, as we strive to achieve the best value product on the market.

Stevensons Doors design advantages provide benefits from ease of installation, through to excellent serviceability, and longevity of the product.

Our roller shutters consist of interlocking slats, precision roll-formed from galvanized steel coil. Major door components are manufactured in- house, and we supply leading brand accessory components, motors, and controls.



Curtain options

Stevensons industrial roller shutters are commonly supplied in any width up to 6.5m, or wider under some circumstances. As the door curtain is made from interlocking slats, it can be manufactured to suit any height opening - with heights up to 14m have been supplied. There are many futher options available to increase the size or function of the door, including:

  • Mullion Doors
  • Ventilated Slats
  • Additional Locking
  • Weatherseals




Door operation

Stevensons Shutter Doors have three methods of operation to suit all applications. Frequency of use, and door size, typically determine the type of operation chosen.

  • Spring Balanced
  • Manual Handchain Operation
  • Motorised Operation


Door controls

Where a Stevensons Roller Shutter is motorised, there are a wide range of control options available. The following are available for single and three-phase operation, along with many other options to suit specific requirements.

  • Push to Ruyn Type-A Controller
  • Maintained Push to Run Type-M Controller
  • Other Options
    • Keyswitch operation
    • Remote activation
    • Card swipe
    • Ground loop
    • Auto logic control
    • infra-red beams (safety device)



Colour options

Stevensons roller shutters are supplied as standard in a galvanized finish. Where looks are more important, there are options to add colour to your door, including:

  • Powdercoating
  • Wet Paint System



Our doors are designed for trouble fee installation, whether it be to a new building or an existing building.