Menards is getting ready to release a new door that it claims will unlock its doors in the event of a natural disaster, and the door looks great.
Menards says the door is built with a “laser etched” surface to prevent the door from falling off if the doors lock.
The doors are also made from “naturally curved glass that is extremely resistant to bending and breaking.”
This “lens glass” is “very robust,” Menards said.
The door is a “semi-sliding, semi-rigid, non-adjustable glass.”
It’s made of “an extremely high-strength and highly resilient glass, which provides an extremely low impact to the door,” according to the company.
The glass is coated in “a strong material, which makes it incredibly strong and corrosion-resistant,” Menard said.
You can check out the video above for more details on the door.
The company says the new door has been designed to be “an economical and safe way to prevent theft.”
The company is also trying to raise $250,000 for a project to install a new version of the door that will be more resistant to falling off.
If the door breaks, it won’t have a “hard lock,” and the lock will be “hardened and/or tempered with a non-reversible key,” Menands said.
Menard is working on a number of projects to build new products, and it recently completed a partnership with the University of Michigan to produce a new glass product called a “diamond-shaped glass.”
The glass has a “very long lifespan,” Menesons said, and will be made of a type of glass called “high-density polyethylene (HDPE).”
It is “a very hard glass,” and it will last for 20 years.
The new glass is being made by the University at Buffalo, and Menards expects it to be ready by the end of this year.