High performance, high speed, impactable doors for your most challenging environments. In the most severe applications, Extreme Performance Rubber Roll Up Doors deliver unmatched durability and reliability. Available in High Peformance and Low Headroom Springless Models, Extreme Rubber Doors are built to application requirements, particularly for these tough environments:
- Heavy manufacturing: railcars, automotive, aircraft, military, construction equipment, sand blasting booths, blast freezers
- Maintenance Buildings: mining, rail, transit, military
- Primary Extraction: Mining (headframes, crusher and load outs), smelting, refining, oil sands, agriculture
- Primary Resource Manufacturing: steel, aluminum, pulp and paper, food processing, waste transfer and recycling facilities
- Transportation: airport, postal, rail, courier, city transit facilities, parking garages, underground parking
Provides the performance of a Rolling Steel Door with the convenience of impact damage resistance. When impacted, the RapidResponse Door's extra curtain slats at the bottom of the curtain can be quickly removed and the door can be returned to normal operation during the initial service call.
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. Available in Rolling Service Door and Thermiser® Insulated Doors models.
Cornell can provide project specific seismic calculations for all Service, Thermiser®, Fire and Firemiser® doors that are mounted Face of Wall or Between Jambs to steel or masonry. Seismic performance validation is per ASCE 7-05.
Cornell's CSI award winning Closure Products Manual and Accordion Folding Fire Doors and Partitions Manual are now available in environmentally friendly, electronic PDF documents. The binders include a product selection guide, data sheets, specifications, drawing details, budgetary pricing, UL listings, ASTM standars and more.
Access the electronic binders via the links below. For full functionality, be sure to turn on your bookmarks in Adobe Acrobat. Please note: the Rolling Door PDF file is 19.4 MB. For easier viewing of this document, right click the link and select "Save Target As" to save the file to your hard drive. Contact our Office Services Department if you would prefer to have the binder sent to you on CD.
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Cornell's TranZform Side Folding Accordion Products are now available for minimal headroom openings of virtually any width, from 3' to 22' High standard construction. Available in three models: TranZform Fire, TranZform Sound and TranZform Space.
TranZform® Space, Model ESP10, provides convenient space separation and security. In addition, STC 45 TranZform® Sound, Model ESP20 provides unparalleled sound control. ADA compliant TranZform® Fire, Model ERP10, automatically closes on alarm to provide UL rated fire protection with emergency egress capabilities for minimum headroom openings. Transform Elevator Lobbies, Religious, Educational, Hospitality, Health Care and other multi-use facilities to help maximize the utilization of building space.
Cornell tube motor operated counter shutters provide a product solution where strict dimensional limitations or aesthetic requirements limit the use of a standard motor operated counter shutter. Tube operators are available for the full counter door size range. Tube Motor Operated Shutter Info Sheet
MG and SG Motor Operators and components are supplied and supported exclusively by Cornell Iron Works for single source accountablity for your motor operated rolling steel door needs. These quality gear head operators are cost competitive with belt drive operators. Compact design and mounting allows for these in-line operators to fit within the coil height dimension, allowing for small and aesthetically fitting operator covers while eliminating headroom clearance concerns. Available from 1/3 HP industrial duty to 7 1/2 HP continuous duty.
Cornell’s advanced M100 fire door operators are now UL approved to be retrofit on to most existing coiling fire doors. Today, facility managers have an easy fix for their obsolete fire doors whose poorly governed, old style closing systems may actually create hazardous conditions where safety is needed most. By retrofitting M100 Motor, Hand Chain or Hand Crank operators on those existing fire doors, improved life safety and functional benefits can be achieved while still maintaining UL compliance.
M100 fire door operators are easily reset after automatic closing and guarantee a safe, automatic door closing rate. These systems allow facility personnel to easily perform routine tests and then reset their fire doors from floor level — without having to restore spring tension. Reliable M100 operators maintain the safety of buildings and occupants by ensuring that fire doors are ready to respond when the need arises. Link to Cornell’s M100 Retrofit Fire Door Operators page to learn more.
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Cornell's CrossingGard® Emergency Response Grille model ERG-IBC is now ICC-ES evaluated for access-controlled egress per the 2003 International Building Code®, Evaluation Report ESR-1167. This innovative product solution provides secure access control as well as fail-safe automatic opening response in emergency conditions. The IBC has created a new life safety product category for CrossingGard, EG-287, that uniquely satisfies building code requirements. The CrossingGard ERG product page provides product details, drawings and specifications.
Cornell’s newest program "Providing Hurricane Protection with Rolling Doors" allows participants to understand why maintaining secured commercial door openings during extreme weather conditions is critical to the overall structural integrity of buildings and how to specify commercial doors and building openings to meet today’s code requirements for intense storm conditions.
Through education of applicable building design factors, current testing standards and product availability, Cornell’s "Providing Hurricane Protection with Rolling Doors" enables participants to understand why maintaining secured commercial door openings during extreme weather conditions is critical to the overall structural integrity of buildings and how to specify commercial doors and building openings to meet today’s code requirements for intense storm conditions. Attendees will learn:
- The difference between "Test" and "Design" load requirements and the eleven variables that effect design wind load.
- What to expect with regard to high wind load door construction and load potentials that buildings need to support during worse case storm conditions.
- About potential wind forces and the locations that door loads are transferred to the building structure.
- The normal reactions of a closed door during extreme storm conditions and what to expect if door operation is attempted while the door is subjected to high wind forces.
- How codes are evolving for high wind load and wind-borne debris resistance.
- Potential consequences of commercial door opening failure due to extreme wind conditions.
All of Cornell AIA/CES programs are offered free of charge at the convenience of your architectural firm’s location to an unlimited number of your associates. Programs are also offered nationwide at local, regional and national meetings of the American Institute of Architects and Construction Specifications Institute. To sign up for an hour of education for your firm or chapter, or to obtain more information on how we can meet your educational needs, please contact Sean Smith at 800.233.8366 ext. 579 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
UL labeled smoke and draft control is now available for Fire Doors, Firemiser® Insulated Fire Doors, and Counter Fire Doors. Containing smoke saves lives and building property and also aids in fire containment by slowing oxygen flow to the fire source. It's simple to double up on the protection of your building and may be required by your local building code. Be sure to add SmokeShield protection to all your Fire Door products. For more information about SmokeShield, click here.
Cornell is pleased to announce that it has earned the new, upgraded ISO 9001:2008 Registration from Underwriters Laboratories, Inc. (UL).
The ISO 9000 series Standards are quality management system requirements that are internationally recognized. The Standards are developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO). ISO 9001:2008 registration focuses on quality system requirements for a company's production processes. By earning this registration, Cornell has demonstrated its' commitment to increasing company efficiency and to continuous manufacturing process improvement.
Accepted by more than 90 countries around the world as a quality assurance benchmark, Cornell's ISO Registration continues to prove its dedication to effectively providing customers with superior products.
Cornell’s standard product warranty extends for twenty-four months from the date of product shipment. This applies to all products Cornell supplies against defects in material or workmanship, provided they are used for its intended purpose and properly maintained.