Rolling Steel Doors
Jump to additional Rolling Steel Door offerings:
- Heavy Duty Bottom Bar (HDBB)
- Graphics Door
- Extreme® 1024 Performance Doors
- RapidResponse™ Fast Fix Door
- ScreenGard™ Perforated Slat Door
- High Cycle Life Service Doors
- Matadoor® Breakaway Curtain Bottom Section
- CrossingGard® Emergency Response Service Door
Rolling Steel Doors are metal slatted doors that roll up to store in coil above the opening. They are used to provide security against entry or weather protection at exterior and interior openings in industrial, commercial, institutional and other buildings. They are also called overhead coiling doors or service doors.
Do you have questions regarding the differences between Rolling Doors (Overhead Coiling Doors) vs. Sectional Doors? See these documents:
- Differences between Rolling Steel Doors (Coiling Doors) vs. Sectional Doors
- Sectional Door Danger Zones
Rolling Steel Door Benefits:
- Design Flexibility: Cornell coiling doors are built to order to fit your opening size, operation and option preferences.
- Space Saving: Coiling doors roll upward and store in a tight coil above the opening for fuller use of the interior space. This reduces interference with other building components.
- Low Life Cycle Cost: Cornell’s rugged construction and quality materials assure long life and less costly maintenance.
Rolling Door Sizes: 30' wide, 30' high standard construction. Large Openings to 50' wide, 40' high, consult factory.
Rolling Door Operation: Motors, chain, hand-crank or push-up designs based on size, weight or frequency of operation.
Usage: Standard construction for coiling doors is up to 20 cycles per day with High Cycle Construction available for doors expected to be operated more than 20 cycles per day, i.e., parking garages, sally ports.
Fast Acting Doors: For high traffic openings or where air flow or temperature control is critical, doors can be designed to operate at more than twice the speed of typical doors, or up to 2 ft./sec.
Wind Load: Cornell coiling doors can be configured to withstand the full range of specific wind load requirements including missile impact ratings. Also refer to the Wind Load Construction section.
Seismic Performance Validation: Cornell can provide project specific seismic calculations for all coiling doors that are mounted Face of Wall or Between Jambs to steel or masonry. Seismic performance validation is per ASCE 7-05.
Materials and Finishes: Standard door curtains are available in 24, 22, 20 and 18 gauge galvanized steel with exclusive GalvaNex™ finish in gray, tan, brown or white. Also 20 gauge 300 series stainless steel with #4 finish or #16 B&S gauge aluminum with mill, clear or color anodized finish. SpectraShield® powder coating optional. Additional Material and Finishes information…
Service Door Options:
WeatherGard™: Include weather seals at the guides and bottom bar with an internal hood baffle at coil housing. Lintel mounted nylon brush seal also available.
SpectraShield® Powder Coating: Polyester finish in over 200 colors for durability, aesthetics, superior finish life and cost effectiveness.
Vision Windows: Provide visibility with one or more panes incorporated in the curtain. Panes are 10" x 1 5/8" and spaced 2" apart. Minimum spacing in from each guide is 12".
Sloping or Irregular Sills: Cornell special bottom bar designs can address these conditions.
Removable Mullions: For extra wide openings that require full access on a limited basis, Cornell can provide multiple doors with removable guide sections.
Add durable, full-color images to your curtains and hoods. Great for school logos and turning unused door space into profitable sponsorship opportunities in stadiums, amusement parks and retail stores.
Achieve visibility and ventilation while maintaining security and insect control. Perforated 20 gauge galvanized steel slat provides approximately 22% open space.
Provides the performance of a Rolling Steel Door with the convenience of impact damage resistance.
RapidResponse doors are provided with 3' or 6' of extra curtain, an impactable bottom bar and removable lower guide sections These features allow for faster repair when impact occurs, increase the facility's productivity and maximize the life-time value of the door system.
By removing the bottom bar and damaged slats, the extra slats stored at the top of the coil move down to make the door operational. The bottom bar can then be reattached to the door for quick and easy return to operation. Ordering and waiting for extra slats is not necessary. All repair can be done within the initial service call.
Also available for Thermiser® Insulated Doors
Avoids most damage from accidents involving forklifts or other vehicles. Rugged, 25" high reinforced fabric panel in safety orange and a specially joined structural steel bottom bar allow the assembly to release from its guides upon impact.
For further information, view the Matadoor Product Video.
CrossingGard Emergency Response Service Doors help address both security and safety issues in public areas. They provide the security of a service door but immediately respond in an emergency situation to fully open automatically and allow access to safe escape. Available only from Cornell, CrossingGard Doors can be used in applications where security with access to egress is desired without the need for airflow and visibility.
CrossingGard Doors are available in all service door materials and finishes, including ScreenGard™ curtains. Sizes: up to 20' wide or up to 16' high, consult factory for larger sizes or when size is critical.
When access-controlled egress is building code required, please use model ERG-IBC CrossingGard Grilles.
Product solutions to meet exact performance needs. 100,000 Cycle Life Service Doors have been tested and proven to meet the level of performance required.
- Features: Curtain standard is galvanized steel. Steel guides. Safety limit switches mounted to guides. 3 Phase Cornell SG operator. 100,000 cycle springs with greasable bearings.
- Size Limits: 26'W x 14'H max.
- Options: Stainless steel or aluminum curtain, aluminum guides, sensing devices, manual locking on bottom bar.