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Commercial Doors: Sectional Doors VS Rolling Doors (Shutter Doors)

Posted by Overhead Door Expert on Oct 20, 2021 3:01:00 PM

Sectional Doors VS Rolling Doors

There are so many options when it comes to commercial doors. Depending on the area you are securing, separating, or monitoring access to, you may want a particular type. However, when it comes down to it, we sell two main types here at The Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands and New York City, sectional doors and rolling doors. Within those two types, you will find several different subtypes.

Learn more about commercial sectional doors and commercial rolling doors, as well as the subtypes we offer, so you have a better idea of what type of door you need for your particular commercial need.

Table of Content:

1. Sectional Overhead Doors
1.1 Advanced Sectional Doors (High-Performance Doors)
1.2 Thermacore® Doors (Insulated Sectional Doors)
1.3 Sectional Steel Doors
1.4 Aluminum Glass Doors

2. Rolling Doors (Coiling Doors)
2.1 Advanced Service Doors (High-Performance Doors)
2.2 Rolling Steel Doors
2.3 Fire Rated Doors & Counter Doors
2.4 Counter Doors
2.5 Security Grilles
2.6 Rolling Steel Doors with Man Door (Pass-Through Doors)
2.7 Fabric & Rubber Roll-Up Doors

 

1. Commercial Sectional Doors

Sectional doors are created with convenience in mind. These doors work with a controller that can make opening and closing them a breeze. With options like Thermacore®, sectional doors are a great choice for spaces that need temperature control. Today’s sectional doors are well constructed for reliable use and minimal maintenance is required. Some of the more popular types of commercial sectional doors available at The Overhead Door Company include the following:

1.1 Advanced Sectional Doors:

For advanced performance, many industrial and commercial buildings need a simple, well-rounded sectional door. The advanced sectional doors at The Overhead Door Company offer climate control, ease of use and durability. While useful in a number of situations, these are a great choice for industrial and commercial applications.
 
High-Speed Freezer Cooler 997 Wide-1 High-Speed Fabric Door, Fast Rolling Door NYC NJ
Fabric and Rubber Advanced Sectional Doors

1.2 Thermacore® Doors | Insulated Sectional Doors

For industries that need the utmost thermal efficiency, the Thermacore® door is a perfect solution. These insulated sectional doors keep temperatures at a steady level, saving you money over time.
 
Commercial and Industrial Wind Load Resistant Overhead Doors ThermacoreThermacore® Doors: Insulated Sectional Doors


1.3 Sectional Steel Doors

For one of the best combinations of heavy-duty workmanship and convenience, sectional steel doors are a great solution. You often find these doors on fire stations, commercial garages, and retail establishments.
 
Insulated Loading Dock Door. Sectional-steel-thermacore-door-599-series. Sectional Steel Doors (Also Known as Loading Dock Doors)

Sectional Door with Pass-Through Door; White Sectional Door with Pass-Through Door and glass panels
Sectional Door with Pass-Through Door/Man Door
 

1.4 Aluminum Glass Doors: 

Aluminum glass doors offer a sense of architectural style while still providing protection and the ability to easily open and close your commercial door. This is a good choice for buildings where it is important to make a good impression.

Commercial Aluminum Glass Overhead Door NYC/NJAluminum Glass Door - Sectional Doors

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2. Commercial Rolling Doors | Roller Shutters | Coiling Doors

Rolling doors, also known as rolling shutters and coiling doors, are created to protect the contents within an establishment. These doors are easy to secure and allow you to protect the interior of your commercial structure. Certain styles are used within buildings, to separate sections of a building into individual areas.


2.1 Advanced Service Doors
 

When service and security are important, one of these advanced service doors is the perfect solution. They offer fast open and close cycles that are in line with a sectional door; however, you get the increased security of a rolling door.
 
Advanced Service Doors - Rolling Door Model 626 Advanced Wide in NYC NJRapidslat® Advanced Service Doors (High-Performance Rolling Doors)
 
   2.2 Rolling Steel Doors
 
A standard rolling steel door (also known as service door, coiling door, or roll-up door) is the go-to option for loading docks at warehouses, factories, and storage facilities. It offers great security at a great price.
 
Rolling Service Door in New Jersey, Coiling Door, Security GateRolling Steel Door 
 

2.3 Fire Rated Doors & Fire-Rated Counter Doors

In certain buildings, such as schools and hospitals, a fire-rated door is a necessity—both for safety and to meet the regulations of the city or county. These fire-rated doors offer many of the same options of our standard service doors with the added fire rating.
 
Roll Up Fire-Rated Door NYC and NJRoll-Up Fire-Rated Door
 

2.4 Counter Doors

Also known as counter shutters help protect your space while the counter is closed for the day. Some applications are snack bars, service counters, or ticketing areas, food courts, and many more. A counter door is a perfect solution—you can find many of the same features as are available in normal service doors.
 
Roll Up Counter Door 652 Series NYC, NJ AreaMotorized Counter Shutters/Counter Doors
 
Security Grille in Food Court NJ, NYCSecurity Grille/Counter Door in Food Court
 

2.5 Security Grilles

Security grilles allow line of sight into a specific area but still provide security and protection. These are often used in shopping malls, airports, and similar spaces where it is necessary to close down certain areas while leaving the main walkway open.

Rolling Security Grille for Shops in Malls
 
 

2.6 Rolling Steel Doors with Man Door (Pass-Through Doors)

A rolling steel door with a man door (pass-through door) is the go-to option that offers both, security and convenience.
 
Rollup Door with Pass Through Door/Man Door in ColoradoSprings - Commercial Doors NYC NJRolling Steel Door with Man Door (PassThrough Door) 
 

2.7 Fabric & Rubber Roll-Up Doors

We offer a series of high-speed and high-performance fabric roll-up doors and rubber roll-up doors for both, interior and exterior applications.

High-Speed Door, Fast Door, Fabric Overhead Door  990 Wide-1

 

As you can see, there are a number of options when it comes to commercial doors. Taking the time to understand the types of available doors will make it easier to decide on which type is best for your particular structure.

For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at info@dockndoor.com 

24-hr emergency service 973-471-4060

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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Fire Safety in Your Premises | NYC & NJ Area | Since 1981

Posted by Overhead Door Expert on Apr 9, 2020 8:30:17 AM

Fire Safety at Your Premises

Every year people die or are seriously injured as a result of fires in non-domestic properties. In many cases, businesses are not able to recover from the effects of fire as, besides the human risk, fire can cost millions of dollars due to property damage, products loss, fines, compensations and insurance premiums.

Employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthy workplace for their employees by taking the right measures to prevent fires and reduce the risks in their premises.

The following Fire Risk Assessment will let you identify a specific range of protective measures that are appropriate for your premises.

  1. Identify the fire hazards
  2. Identify the people at risk
  3. Evaluate, remove, reduce and protect against fire risk
  4. Create an exit route and an emergency plan.
  5. Create a fire prevention plan, instruct, inform and train

Several passive fire protection measures may be necessary to limit and control the spread of the smoke or the spread of the fire. The following are some of the measures that need to be considered:

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FIRE RATED DOORS, SHUTTERS & CURTAINS


Fire Rated Counter DoorFire Rated Counter Door

Here are some examples of the premises that should consider installing a fire-rated curtain, fire shutter or a fire rated door:

  • Buildings
  • Malls & shops (drugstores, clothe stores, fast food court, etc) 
  • Factories/warehouses
  • Sleeping accommodations such as hotels, hostels and cruise ships
  • Residential care premises, including care homes and hospitals
  • Community halls and places of worship
  • Bars and/or clubs
  • Restaurants
  • Theatres
  • Cinemas
  • Educational premises such as school
  • Sports centers

In Overhead Door Company of The Meadowlands & NYC we offer a wide array of fire rated rolling steel doors & shutters, as well as fire curtains. They meet the most demanding fire safety standards (all doors comply with NFPA-80 ), unusual opening sizes, and discerning aesthetic requirements. 

 

 Fire Curtains Systems 

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ANNUAL INSPECTION AND TESTING

Facility managers are responsible for ensuring that annual inspection and testing for the fire-rated doors and fire-rated curtains to be performed, deficiencies corrected, follow-up reacceptance testing be conducted, and records maintained for review by the authority having jurisdiction, in accordance with NFPA.

Fire Rated Door in NYC

Fire Rated Door in NYC

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LEARN SOME MORE

If you want to be at your best, The National Fire Academy offers courses, catalogs and schedules all year round as well as the National Fire Protection Association. 


We hope you never ever find yourself in the situation where you need to use all the skills and information that you have complied because of a fire, but it is our responsibility to be prepared in case it happens.

If you would like to find out more information about our fire curtains, fire-rated doors or you would like to schedule either preventive maintenance or an annual inspection & testing, please contact us. It will be a pleasure to assist you.

Call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com

24 HR Emergency 973-471-4060

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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Rollup Fire Doors/Gates: Drop Testing and Annual Follow-Up

Posted by Gray Decker Ariam on Jul 9, 2018 5:19:29 PM

 

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

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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.

Tags: fire-rated door, Fire Door Drop Testing, Rolling Steel Fire Doors, DASMA Drop Test Form, Fire-Rated Gate, Rollup Fire Gate

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

Posted by Gray Decker Ariam on Mar 17, 2017 7:51:15 AM

 

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

 

DASMA Technical Data Sheet 271 v2.jpg

 

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 (below) 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

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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.


FIRE-DOOR DROP TEST

A fire-door 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 

24 HR Emergency 973-471-4060.

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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Fire Door Systems - General Features & Benefits

Posted by Overhead Door Expert on Nov 6, 2013 11:51:00 PM

Fire Door Systems - General Features & Benefits

Overhead Door Company of the Meadowlands & NYC offers a wide array of rolling steel doors to meet the most demanding fire safety standards, unusual opening sizes and discerning aesthetic requirements. 

Our fire-rated doors are designed to close automatically in the event of a fire or alarmed event. They are available for both, service door and counter applications in commercial, industrial, institutional and retail uses.

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We have a wide range of sizes and styles. Our doors meet or exceed industry fire safety testing standards including Underwriters Laboratories (UL & ULC), Factory Mutual (FM), New York City, and the State of California (CSFM) requirements, offering a reliable fire protection for your business. 

Our fire doors close automatically under governor control after separation of fuse link. UL recommends a 165°F (74oC) fuse link for ambient conditions of 100°F (38oC) or less, or a 212°F (100oC) fuse link for ambient conditions over 100°F (38oC)
the guides expand upward during a fire.

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Fire Doors | Counter Fire Doors

Some of the additional fire and smoke protection options to give customer more extensive protection are:

  • Fire Sentinel: The Fire Sentinel® is a UL-listed, fail-safe, timedelay door release device that controls a fire door’s closure in an emergency condition. A variety of Fire Sentinel® models and a number of optional features permit customization of any fire-rated door to the level of protection required for your specific application.
  • FireLite®: FireLite® vision lites are available in 4-hour, 3-hour, and 11⁄2 hour labeled rolling fire doors to provide visual access through the door’s curtain slats. 
  • Smoke Detectors: Photoelectric or ionization types, with or without heat detector. Requires the use of a Fire Sentinel® release device.
  • Smoke Seals: Brush-type smoke seals available for applications which have requirements for smoke retardation.

For more information, please give us a call at 973-471-4060 or email us at: info@dockndoor.com

For 24 hour emergency service, please contact us at 800-362-6367.

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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