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Hydraulic Doors

When you need speed and simplicity, Midland Hydraulic Doors are the only choice. We bring you the same durability and maximum headroom as our bi-fold doors, but with faster speeds, fewer moving parts and smooth hydraulic operation. Whether it’s a small door for RVs or a large, fast door for an aircraft hangar, our hydraulic doors offer the versatility and protection you need.

Powerful Operation


Midland’s hydraulic doors have it all: powerful cylinders, a quality power unit, and a UL-listed control panel for reliable and easy accessibility.
Increased Speed


Hydraulic doors open 25% faster than other large doors, meaning an increase in productivity for your team.
One-Piece Installation


Each door is designed, created and installed in one durable piece.


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  • Agricultural Hydraulic
  • Architectural Hydraulic
  • Aviation Hydraulic
  • Commercial
  • Commercial Hydraulic
  • Retrofit / Door Replacement
  • Retrofit Hydraulic Door Replacement
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Midland Door Solutions is known for exceptional quality and outstanding customer service. Our hydraulic doors are designed and built for your specific needs. And you’ll always get a perfect fit because we handle installation, too. With Midland, you will get the best door for your building and service committed to your complete satisfaction.

Hydraulic door installation


Hydraulic door power unit

Standard Power Sources

  • Standard power sources range from 2hp to 5hp
  • 220V single-phase electric over hydraulic pump
  • Up to 4-inch bore cylinders
  • UL listed control panel
Hydraulic Door Control Panel

Control Panel

The push of a button will have your door open in up to 25% less time than a bi-fold door. It’s easy to see how the fast cycle time and power of a hydraulic door can help you be more productive.

Midland hydraulic door jamb

Hydraulic Door Jamb

  • Heavy-duty 3/4-inch steel plates form the bottom jamb
  • 1-inch steel plate secures the cylinder to the door
  • 3/4-inch minimum hinge pins secure all attachments
  • 3/8-inch minimum tube jamb thickness
Hydraulic Door aesthetics

Color Options

Choose your paint color and match the trim color to the exterior of your building. The liner panel and sheeting can also be personalized to match your operation. We’ll ensure everything matches just right on your new building or replicates the look of your existing structure.

Hydraulic door steel frame construction

Steel Construction

Our all-steel construction provides greater durability than doors manufactured with a combination of wood and steel. The robust design will weather the elements and hold strong for years to come.

Hydraulic Door turnkey installation

Turnkey Installation

Your hydraulic door will be installed and ready to use within hours. Our experienced team arrives on your jobsite with the tools and training to handle any installation challenge.

Bottom door seal
door seal

Weather Seals

A Midland Architectural Hydraulic Door keeps out wind, rain and sun thanks to rugged construction and a tight seal. Whether you are keeping the elements out or letting fresh air in, your door will block whatever gets thrown at it.

Hydraulic Door greaseless hinge

Hinge Design

Heavy duty, maintenance-free hinges do not require lubrication. Each hinge is composed of a Nylatron bushing that reinforces and provides a dry-film lubrication. The Nylatron bushing will not corrode, rust or pit, nor attract dirt, dust or debris, which can cause standard hinges to fail or seize.

Dual Hydraulic Door cylinders


Every door uses two powerful hydraulic cylinders that are sized to the weight and height of the door. Cylinders are sized to allow for attachment to the lower one-fourth of the door frame, when applicable, which provides a rigid support structure when in the open position.