Sectional Garage Doors – Technical Info
- Sectional Garage Doors are the most popular and practical choice in terms of style, safety, security and ease of use and the most frequently specified door mechanism by the professional sector.
- Sectional Garage Doors are usually constructed of five to eight panels and slide up and overhead.
- Sectional Garage Doors do not require any space outside the garage to open. A vehicle may park very close to the garage before opening the door.
- Each panel of a sectional door has its own connection to the door track. This increases reliability and robustness.
- Tracks and hinges are hot dipped galvanised steel for maximum corrosion protection, with robust nylon wheels containing ball bearings for a smoother, quieter, and more durable operation.
- Sectional Garage Doors are highly recommended for adverse weather conditions
- The door’s wedging action excludes dust, wind and weather seals on the bottom are standard.
- Can be used where headroom is limited, i.e. less than 150mm, using double tracks or special ‘low headroom’ tracks.
- Available in torsion hardware sets.
- Supplied with a slide bolt for locking purposes on non-automated doors.
- A chrome-plated centre lock with dual catches and cables is available as an optional extra for garages with no internal door.
- Suitable for single or double doors. Can be custom-made to suit openings.