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Rolling Steel Fire Doors: Drop Testing and Annual Follow-Up

Posted by Gray Decker Ariam on Fri, Mar 17, 2017 @ 07:51 AM

 

Rolling Steel Fire Doors Drop Testing and Annual Follow-Up door service.

 

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General

This Technical Data Sheet provides facility managers with guidelines for evaluation of rolling fire doors designed and tested to provide the automatic closing fire protection indicated on the fire door label. The automatic closing of the door must be tested at the time the door is installed, and the door shall be inspected and tested not less than annually as required by NFPA 80. This requirement applies to all fire doors – even those that are not used and remain in the closed position. The doors must be checked regularly for conditions that may affect the operation of the door. DASMA recommends that the following procedures be observed:

Inspection:

  • Inspect fire doors for damage to guides, curtain and endlocks, bottom bar, hood and operating mechanism.
  • Refer to DASMA Technical Data Sheet #270 (“Recommended Rolling Door Maintenance Practice”)
  • Refer to NFPA 80 (Standard for Fire Doors and Other Opening Protectives)
  • Ensure that the door’s operating mechanisms, fuse links and release chain/cable are not painted, coated with dust or grease, and/or covered with debris.
  • Open and close the door to inspect for any indications of damaged parts.
  • Remove flammable substances on each side of the firewall opening near the fire door.

 

Droptest:

  • Have a trained door systems technician perform an inspection and drop test of all fire door automatic closing features.
  • Establish a contract with the door service provider regarding the cost of the inspection and drop test. Fire door deficiencies identified during the pre-drop test inspection should be corrected before the drop test. The drop test contract should acknowledge the fact that components may fail during the drop test that are not the fault of the service provider and are not included in the cost of the drop test.
  • Document the drop test with the attached DASMA Drop Test Form.
  • When subjected to drop testing, the door must close completely and rest on the sill. NFPA 80 states that the average closing speed must not exceed 24 inches per second and must be at least 6 inches per second.
  • The door must be drop tested twice – once to verify proper operation and full closure, and a second time to verify that the automatic closing device was properly reset.

 

DASMA ROLLING STEEL FIRE DOOR DROP TEST FORM

General

NFPA 80 and Model Codes require the inspection and testing of fire doors to demonstrate proper operation, full closure, and proper reset. Perform the visual inspection before the operational check, or before the drop tests of the fire door, in order to reduce the risk of failure during the drop tests. Use the form below to record the Visual, Operational, and Drop Test results. Check Pass or Fail in the boxes. See the Guidelines for additional information.

The drop tests, reset, repairs and/or maintenance should be performed by a trained door system technician with complete knowledge of this type of fire door and the manufacturer's instructions. Repair parts must be obtained from the original door manufacturer. After repairs are completed, the door must be tested to assure proper door operation and automatic closing capability. The fire door must be in the fully open position before the drop test. Reset the door following the drop test and test again.

Rolling steel fire doors drop testing and annual follow up; Drop Test form to record the Visual, Operational, and Drop Test results

Design Consultation

GUIDELINES

VISUAL INSPECTION:

Conduct a visual inspection for anything that may cause a hazard during testing or affect proper operation or resetting.

Verify that:

  1. Mounting and assembly bolts are not missing or loose.
  2. Welds and weld locations comply with installation method for fire door assemblies welded to steel jambs per manufacturer’s installation instructions.
  3. Fusible links are located per manufacturer's instructions.
  4. Guide assemblies have the required fire expansion clearance per manufacturer's instructions.
  5. Fusible links and sash chain/cable links are not painted or coated with dust or grease, cable is not kinked or pinched, chain is flexible and not twisted, and raceways are not obstructed.
  6. Smoke detectors/release devices function properly.
  7. Nothing that is not a part of the fire door assembly is attached to any part of the fire door assembly (suspended ceiling, light fixtures, ducting, conduits, framing and any other building materials).

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Check for damaged or missing components:

  1. Slats – bent; tears or holes; metal fatigue.
  2. Endlocks – missing; broken; bent; loose
  3. Bottom Bar – bent angles; loose bolts.
  4. Guide Assembly – bent angles or channels; loose bolts; curtain entry misalignment.
  5. Hood (and Flame Baffle when required) or Fascia – bent; rubbing curtain; holes; loose fasteners; metal fatigue; missing intermediate supports (when required).
  6. Automatic Closing Mechanism – missing, broken parts; drop or release arms tied, blocked or wedged.
  7. Operating Mechanism – worn, misaligned or poorly meshed gears; worn roller chains; misaligned or loose sprockets; loose bearings; broken parts; bent shafts.

OPERATIONAL CHECK

Open and close the door using normal operation. If you find the door is not properly balanced, or there is damage or missing parts that may create a hazard or prevent proper operation, have these conditions corrected before conducting a drop test.

DROPTEST

A drop test is required to confirm that the fire door will close automatically during a fire emergency. Use manufacturer's drop test instructions. Door must be fully open before drop test. The door must close fully so the bottom bar rests on the sill. The average closing speed must be between 6" and 24" per second. Test each automatic closing option for the fire door.

RESET THE DOOR

Reset the door per manufacturer's instructions. Open and close the door by normal operation. Drop test the door a second time, and reset again.

Ultimate acceptance of a fire door is the decision of the authority having jurisdiction, as defined in NFPA 80.

Credit: DASMA Technical Data Sheet #271

Call the reliable technicians of Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC today for  your rolling steel fire door service, repair or maintenance.

For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com We service Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Union, Essex, Morris, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset county/counties), Manhattan, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Westchester and Rockland.

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Emergency Service for Parking Garage Doors

Posted by Ranee Patel on Wed, Feb 22, 2017 @ 09:16 AM

As the leaders in overhead door installations for high-end mutli-family residential buildings in New York City, North Jersey, Southern Long Island, Westchester & Rockland Counties, we are also the leaders for emergency service. Every now and then we receive phone calls past 8PM where the overhead door is either stuck open or closed. Once in a while we receive phone calls when the doors look like this: 

This was an unsafe situation where the door was off the tracks and hanging unsecurely. Soon after the customer called, we dispatched a technician right away. He put the door back in the tracks and tested the operation of the door and motor. Within a few hours the door was back to working in its normal operation.Emergeny Service Overhead Door.jpg

If you ever find yourself this situtation with your parking garage door or loading dock door, please call us at: 973-471-4060. 

 

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Rolling Steel Doors: Fenestrations vs Perforations

Posted by Elizabeth Aceves on Fri, Feb 10, 2017 @ 06:11 PM

You see fenestrated or perforated rolling steel doors in applications like retail store fronts, pharmacies, healthcare, schools, government buildings, etc.  The fenestrations and perforations provide air flow. 

Why is Air Flow important?

• Air flow depends on the pressure differential from one side to the other side of the door. This varies from facility to facility.

– Example: many facilities want to regulate air temperature; by allowing the air to flow they avoid hot spots

– NOTE: rolling steel doors do not carry an air flow rating, rather the doors provide the open area.

What other factors should be considered when specifying a rolling door with perforation or fenestration?

• Security

– The rolling door/grille provides security against theft or unwanted access

• Light infiltration

– Allows natural or ambient light through the door and can reduce lighting expenses

• Visibility

– Allows visual access through door; while still maintaining security. Allows retailers displays to be seen even when they are closed.

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FENESTRATIONS

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PERFORATIONS

 

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RollUp Gates/Doors for Loading Dock Ramps

Posted by Elizabeth Aceves on Fri, Dec 23, 2016 @ 07:28 AM

Call us for replacements, repairs and installations of rolling steel overhead ramp doors for your commercial distribution facility.

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Our SuperTechs are available 24 hours a day for emergency service to secure your building.   We service and repair all manfacturers includling Wayne-Dalton, Cornell, Wilson, Atlas, Cookson, Acme and Overhead Door.  Additionally, City Gates, United Steel Products, McKeon Door and Lawrence Doors.

For Service or Quotes in New Jersey or New York City metro region, contact us.

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For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com We service Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Union, Essex, Morris, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset county/counties), Manhattan, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Westchester and Rockland.

 

The Entry Level Rollup Gate Overhead Door System: 610 Series

Posted by Elizabeth Aceves on Sun, Oct 23, 2016 @ 07:20 PM

It is a simple fact that all rolling overhead doors are not made alike. In fact, when it comes to providing the security and functionality you demand, it is important to select a rolling steel door that provides the test of time and heavy use.

At Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC we have helped thousands of area clients find the right solution to their rolling door needs. When it comes to the lowest lifetime cost of ownership of an overhead door, you don’t want to compromise on your upfront choice. That is just one reason our rolling steel door Model 610 is such a popular choice with many customers.

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The rolling steel door Model 610 does not just meet the expectations for a standard rolling door, it exceeds the specifications for many projects and applications while remaining an affordable choice. Basic features and options for this steel door include:

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Many additional options add to the Model 610 rolling steel door’s functionality and versatility. For example, the door can be customized with:

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Don’t settle for less than the best when you can choose the affordable Model 610 for your rolling steel door application. Our turnkey services will first walk you through the selection and customization of your rolling steel door. Then, our factory-trained personnel will install your door to exacting standards and continue to provide lifetime support and maintenance customized to your specific requirements.

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Kitchen Counter Doors or Kitchen Rolling Door

Posted by Ranee Patel on Fri, Sep 23, 2016 @ 09:51 AM

Last week I received a frantic call from someone who needed their kitchen rolling counter door repaired in Manhattan. He called a few other door vendors, but was unsatisfied with their service and response time. This door is located inside a Class A Building at a Fortune 500 company in Manhattan. Upon hearing that, I informed the customer we repair all the loading dock and high-speed doors at this location. When he found out that little but important piece of information he was extremely ecstatic. 

Their counter door was coming down too quickly. Usually that means there is not enough tension on the spring. They also wanted to remove the lock at the bottom of the door. Right away we sent a technician. Upon his inspection, there was not enough tension on the spring, but in order to remove the lock we had to replace the entire bottom part of the door, which is called the bottom bar. 

This door is located in one of the many cafeterias at this building in Manhattan, so it was very important to be finished before 7 AM. As soon as we received the new bottom bar, my tech arrived at 5AM prepared to replace it. Luckily everything went well; The customer was so happy he finally found a vendor to service their kitchen counter doors. 

Here are a few pictures of the door. 

Kitchen rolling counter doors are often seen inside cafeterias for hospitals, schools, universities, and Fortune 500 companies. Sometimes the rolling counter doors are motorized, or manual and sometimes they can be fire-rated as well. Please visit our website for information, or call us anytime. 

Non-Insulated Sectional Steel Doors: 416, 420, 424, 430 Series

Posted by Wilford Ordoñez on Tue, Sep 13, 2016 @ 10:00 AM

Rolling sectional doors are often the ideal solution for securing and providing access to large openings in industrial and commercialapplications. While these sectional doors are available in a large variety of styles, sizes and specifications, you want to work with a vendor that provides you with the greatest dependability and lowest overall cost of ownership.

The highly experienced professionals at Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC will assist you in finding the most efficient and affordable solution to your specific sectional door needs.

Many of our clients find they do not need the added cost of insulated doors, and we offer a popular series of non-insulated sectional steel doors that are strong, durable and versatile. All of these doors are appropriate for medium to heavy-duty use in commercial, industrial, andgovernment agency applications. A few of the units available in this series include:

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  • Sectional Steel Doors 420. This 20-gauge steel door is perfect for openings up to 31´2" (9500 mm) in width and 24´1" (7341 mm) in height. Just two of many custom options include weatherstripping and reinforced struts.

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  • Sectional Steel Doors 424. This unit offer a 2" (51 mm) panel thickness, 16-gauge steel intermediate and end stiles, ribbed steel exterior and a white paint finish. Numerous options are also available.

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  • Sectional Steel Doors 430. The Model 430 accommodates sizes up to 20´2" (6147 mm) in width and 16´1" (4902 mm) in height and is ideal for many medium-duty applications. This unit offers a nominal 24-gauge, ribbed, white galvanized steel exterior with 16-gauge steel intermediate and end stiles. It is also available in industrial brown.

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One call to Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC will provide you with the peace of mind you expect and deserve when selecting the right sectional steel doors for your specific requirements.

For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com We service Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Union, Essex, Morris, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset county/counties), Manhattan, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Westchester and Rockland.

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Repairs for Albany Doors Assa Abloy High Speed Line

Posted by Gray Decker Ariam on Sun, Aug 28, 2016 @ 09:30 AM

Logo of Albany Door Systems, Assa Abloy High Speed Line

Efficient and safe passage of vehicles, products and people to your establishment rely on the performance and durability of your entrance and exit doors. High Speed Doors are the best option if you want to prevent security breaches, and prefer doors that can keep up with the extreme demands of your routine business activities. It is important to keep in mind that regardless how modern and tough they are, your doors need regular maintenance and safety check, most especially if you observe a  slight malfunction while operating them. 

The Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands/NYC  holds a strong reputation in providing economical and effective  service for High Speed Doors, that will surely meet and exceed your expectations. Aside from having extensive years of experience in servicing different business industries, brands and models of commercial doors. Our experts can guarantee on time repair, and advice the most appropriate solution to your High Speed Door problem.   

You can check out our previous blogs for reference of commercial, residential and garage doors that  we provide service. We also accept repairs for Albany Doors Assa Abloy High Speed Line.

Get to know the models of Albany Doors Assa Abloy High Speed Line that we repair and maintain by reading more below.

Albany Doors are equipped with advance safety technology and can operate at more frequent cycles. These door applications are suitable for various heavy industries that require automatic door operation like logistics, food and pharmaceutical.

  • Special Application Doors

Albany RR300 Clean

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Albany RR300 Food

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Albany RP100

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 Albany RR200

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  •  Doors with Flexible Curtains

Albany RR300

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 Albany RR300 Plus

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Albany RR355

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 Albany RR392

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Albany RR450/ 600/600 G

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  • Doors with rigid curtains

Albany RR3000 ISO

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Albany RR3000 ISO with added windows

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 Albany RR3000 Vision

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Albany RR3000 R

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Albany RR3000 XXL

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  • Doors for process applications

Albany RP300

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Albany RP2000

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Albany RR3000 

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  • Alternative Solutions

Albany RapidFalt® SF

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Albany RapidRoll® F 

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Albany RapidNorm® and Albany Rapid Storm

Albany Doors Assa Abloy High Speed Line, Doors for process applications, Albany RapidNorm and Albany RapidStorm

We guarantee effective solutions at reasonable price, and repairs that can match the challenging demands of your day-to-day High Speed door operation. The trustworthy doormen at Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands/NYC is well-accustomed in providing repairs, replacement and maintenance for your Albany Doors, Assa Abloy High Speed Line. Request an Estimate today!

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For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com We service Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Union, Essex, Morris, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset county/counties), Manhattan, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Westchester and Rockland.

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What is an Edge of Dock Leveler?

Posted by Wilford Ordoñez on Thu, Aug 18, 2016 @ 09:02 AM

If the use of loading docks is essential to your business, you understand the importance of keeping it functional and productive at all times. To ensure the ability to handle minimal differences in the height of trucks, an edge of dock leveler is often an economical andeffective solution. Depending on your specific needs, the right edge of dock leveler will service trucks with a range of height differencesand where space is an issue.

We work with only leading industry providers of loading dock equipment at Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC, and we rely on McGuire for many of their popular and reliable products. When it comes to selecting the ideal edge of dock leveler for your specific application, there are two basic options, hydraulic or manual. McGuire offers two effective units to meet either need:

  • HED Hydraulic Edge of Dock Leveler. McGuire provides a series of hydraulically operated units that affordably allows you to service trucks with a recommended working range of +/-3” and a maximum operating range of +/-5” above and below dock level. With a variety of sizes and capabilities, the HED series is operated with a standard NEMA 4 pushbutton control of the deck and lip. Other standard features include:
    • Automatic return to stored position after use
    • Superior construction with high-strength materials such as the 55,000 psi min. yield steel safety tread plate.
    • Easily accessible and reliable two-cylinder hydraulics

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Call the team at Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC today to discuss affordable ways to add to your loading dock efficiency.

For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com We service Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Union, Essex, Morris, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset county/counties), Manhattan, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Westchester and Rockland.

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Aluminum Loading Dock Doors for Hotels & Retail Spaces

Posted by Elizabeth Aceves on Wed, Aug 03, 2016 @ 07:27 AM

Aluminum Metal and Glass Garage Doors are used in all kinds of applications. Here is a project we did for Homewood Suites in Manhattan.

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Homewood Suites hired us to install a beautiful and stylish aluminum glass garage door for their storefront retail loading dock. 

For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com We service Northern New Jersey (Bergen, Passaic, Hudson, Union, Essex, Morris, Hudson, Hunterdon, Middlesex, Mercer and Somerset county/counties), Manhattan, New York City, Brooklyn, Queens, Staten Island, Bronx, Westchester and Rockland. 

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