Sectional Doors are made up of multiple panels each of which
consist of a frame and cladding.
The panels are custom-made with rolled hollow section, steel
frame with your choice of cladding material. The panels are
approximately 600mm in height and divided into equal parts
of approximately 1200mm spacings. The panels shall be braced
and trussed as required in accordance with Australian Standards
to withstand wind loading. The rolled hollow steel tube shall
be given a coat of zinc chromate primer as standard and can
be powdercoated or spray painted when specified.
Various types of cladding options are available such as steel,
glass, aluminium, bar grille, mesh (steel, aluminium), plywood,
woven wire, perforated sheet metal etc. See Cladding
Doors not requiring motorisation shall be fitted with a standard
"T" handle lock, with two point locking system.
OPTIONAL: When specified an internal quick release slide arm
can be provided. The slide arm engages into the door guide
at one side and has provision for a padlock (padlock is not
supplied). This lock is not recommended when the door is motorised.
Sectional doors operate behind the opening and travel on vertical
and horizontal tracks. Installation variations such as high
lift, vertical lift and angled lift may be possible depending
on door size, weight, clearances and application, consult
Airport Doors for details.
See Method of Operation.
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