ROLLING STEEL AND FIRE DOORS
Rolling Steel Doors are normally comprised of slatted metal curtains that
roll up and store on a barrel above the opening. Also called coiling doors,
they are able to provide security, weather protection, and space separation
in a variety of conditions.
Built to suit, these rugged doors require minimal clearances in confined
spaces. There is an inherent, low life-cycle cost that is hard to beat
in today's market. Curtain options range from materials (Galv. Steel,
Aluminum, Stainless Steel), configurations (non-insulated, insulated,
perforated, vision lites), and flexible sizes (as small as 3'x3'
to 50'x50'). These doors are commonly available in manual push-up,
crank or chain operation, and motor operated.
The low life-cycle cost provided by the service door design enhanced with
emergency response modifications. These doors' primary function is
to close in the event of an emergency. Fire ratings from 1 ½-hr
to 4-hr fire ratings are available with a host of activation methods (fusible
link, local detection, building alarm, etc.). Fire doors are available
in the larger service door or smaller counter door designs depending on
the nature of the opening. Due to the inherent nature of these life and
building safety configurations, we highly recommend consultation from
the very beginning of your project.
Rugged, yet refined for an architecturally finished product. These doors
are commonly used over serving and transactional counters. Normally suited
with lower profile guide, slat, and barrel configurations, these doors
are ideal when security is required in a finished space.
Economically minded coiling doors typically reserved for self-storage situations.
These doors offer the common security characteristics of rolling steel
doors, but designed for a lower cycle usage.