'Compact' Sectional Doors
The electrically operated 'Compact' door provides the architect and industrial door user with the features and benefits of both sectional overhead doors and rolling shutters.
Each 'Compact' door is fabricated to suit its application.
The unique patented folding mechanism stacks the insulated panels above the door opening. Light fittings, roof glazing and overhead cranes are not obstructed.
The 'Compact' door requires a minimum level of steel supports unlike a traditional overhead door.
The unique and patented guiding system minimises the force on the moving parts. There are no counter-balancing springs or weights which may require future adjustment or regular maintenance.
The 'Compact' door is constructed from aluminium sandwich panels, 610mm high and 40mm thick with a CFC free fill. Seals around the perimeter and between the panels are included to minimise draught and water penetration. Panel U value 0.45 W/m²/ºC
The door is available in eight standard external colours as shown below.
The door framework is self supporting and consists of hardwearing abrasive free rollers and tracks.
Maximum door size available 7000mm wide x 7900mm high
The 'Compact' door can be supplied with a 220v or 380v motor with standard control by an internal push button station.
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Opening construction requirements
The 'Compact' door can only be fitted to a steel frame structure. It is not suitable for fixing to masonry or timber openings.
Colour finish to external face of panels in one of the following colours at no extra cost:
Internal face always in RAL 9002 Grey White.
Painted finish in other RAL colours available at extra cost. Click on RAL Colour Chart graphic to view available colours (PDF)
The electrically operated 'Compact' door has no counter balance springs or weights which require regular adjustment and maintenance, and the simple, unique guiding system minimizes the forces on the moving parts.
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