Roll up door model 3652 Features
The slide bolt lock assembly affixed to the bottom bar at each end of the door curtain fastens through the guide to securely keep the door locked and in the down position. Padlocks can be attached to the slide to further secure the door.
The flat door stop slide makes installation quicker. Simply slide through the holder on the guide and affix with a fastener.
The 12” enclosed barrel houses the dead axle assembly and protects the factory lubricated springs from direct contact with environmental elements. The inherent strength provided by the spiral barrel minimizes axle deflection, providing smoother operation. Because the curtain is attached by screws and not seamed to the barrel, replacement of either independent assembly is cost-effective, quick and easy.
Grease-filled, shielded radial ball bearings at the drums provide longevity and smooth operation. Factory installed insert nuts help make the installation of the chain hoist and operator sprocket easier
A cam-action spring tension holding device allows quick, easy and equal adjustment of the tension on all springs simultaneously from one end of the door. The cam tensioner bites into the axle helping to eliminate the unwanted spinning of the axle during the initial spring loading or adjustment process
A reduced drive chain hoist for smoother operation is standard on all door sizes.
The electrical operation kit includes a sprocket and torque struts that equip the door for wall mounted jackshaft electric operators and can be furnished in lieu of reduced drive chain hoist when provided.
Magnetic Stainless Steel Latch - Our new patented mini latch features a cover plate made from a heavy gauge of stainless steel. In addition, the latch cover protects the slide from tampering by completely covering the slide with the exception of a tab used to operate the latch. To further secure the door, the latch's two-inch throw with its magnetic properties can be incorporated with the new guide-mounted security devices. This versatile design affords the ability for you to utilize padlocks, cylinder licks or both.
Top Draft Stop - 2 1/4" Black "L" shaped neoprene weather stripping affixes directly to the door curtain where the curtain meets the header and provides a barrier to weather elements. Rolls up in the roll when the door is in the up position.
Hood - Recommended for exterior mount applications or for cosmetic appearance. If the door is being mounted on the outside of the building (where the drum is exposed to the weather elements) they will need a hood (or protective over-hang) because the drum of the door is not weather-proof and could be damaged by rain, snow, etc. Insulated doors can NOT be mounted on the outside of the building or have a reverse curtain.
Side Brush Seal - 2” Polypropylene Side Brush Seal with Aluminum Retainer mounts on the side your frame work. The flexibility of the brush allows complete seal of the roll up door corrugation. Keeping out dust, air flow, pesky insect and rodents.
The Pantheon range of low voltage DC operators are designed to fit enclosed internally in the barrel of the rolling door, providing quiet and efficient operation but requiring only minimal side room. The logic controller is designed to be readily compatible with external transmitters, receivers, photo eyes and sensing edges. The operator is always fitted to the right side.
Insulation is made of a foil-backed, dual-layer polyethylene air-bubble insulation secured in place with a strong adhesive and joined by mylar film to provide an R value of 4 (top draft stop and side draft stops are also included). Model 1000I only.
Universal mount 4” deep 11 gauge galvanized steel wind bar guides require no Pre-installation modifications for steel, concrete or filled masonry block applications.
Can you mount a windrated door that is goal-posted with wood?
No, windrated doors can only mount to masonry or steel (except for the model 750 and 3100IM) for certification purposes and to meet code requirements in your state. All doors must be installed to a flat mountable surface on the face of the wall.
Example of a mounting that would fail inspection.