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Sectional Overhead Doors are one of the highest performance doors available for their sealing, insulation and security properties.
8 different models from Hormann with sizes up to 8000mm wide and 7000mm high and more window options than ever required as well as every RAL colour option available the sectional door offers one of the very best solutions for most door openings and is very competitive in pricing against almost every other option.
Innovations for sectional doors include:
Wicket door options with trip free thresholds only 10mm deep!!
Scratch resistant glazing with Duratec synthetic glazing for windows.
80mm thick panels for extra insulation properties where required in cool warehouses.
Fully glazed door from top to bottom with the ALR and ALS model
Lifting track angles from 90 degrees through to vertical lifting to maximise roof space inside.
Mechanical break-in resistant security kit on doors up to 5000mm as standard
Grille mesh design panels for ventilation in car parks and other applications.
State of the art access control for total control of your door to your requirements
A space-saving door system
Sectional overhead doors open vertically upwards, creating clear space in front of and behind the door.
Inside the building too, useful space is not wasted because the door sections can be parked underneath the ceiling, parallel to the ceiling or vertically on the wall depending on the tracking configuration specified. Since the doors are fitted behind the opening, the clear passage width can be used in full. This virtually excludes any risk of damage.
Strength and Insulation
Sectional doors are generally available as single skin galvanized steel panels right through to double skinned foam filled insulated panels of up to 80mm thick.
With Hormann SPU 40 doors the double-skinned sections are 42 mm thick throughout and this is our biggest selling door type and most cost effective too. The strong insulating core of 100 % CFC-free polyurethane rigid foam produces an exceptionally good insulating value.
The structure of the SPU 40 door sections is built up to guarantee utmost stability and robustness. The thick insulating core of high-grade polyurethane rigid foam is applied evenly in a continuous computer-controlled process.
The result: a material composite that will guarantee a long service life.
Hormann sectional doors can be produced up to 10 metres wide and 8 metres high in the DPU 40 model but most other models will go up to 8 metres wide and 7 metres high so there is usually a sectional door available for the opening created.
Using Natural Light
If maximum use of daylight, good thermal insulation and a high level of stability are called for, the Hormann TAP 40 door can meet these requirements threefold: On account of the cold-repelling 16 mm thick double glazing, the aluminium extrusions with thermal breaks and the double-skinned PU foam-insulated steel bottom section (100 % CFC-free).
This combination produces a remarkable thermal insulation value.
The thermal extrusion: for greater stability and thermal insulation
The aluminium extrusion has an overall thickness of 42 mm in a TAP 40 door. The outer and inner shells incorporate thermal breaks with glass fibre reinforced polyamide ribs and are at the same time positively bonded. This ensures a high degree of stability and protects the structural fabric.
Wicket doors with trip-free threshold
To ensure that the main sectional door does not always have to be opened to allow personnel traffic to pass through, wicket pass doors present a very practical solution. The Hörmann wicket door without trip-free threshold prevents tripping and makes it easier to drive over.
Power-operated doors feature a VL 2 leading photocell with two sensors which causes the door to reverse on encountering an obstruction well before contact is made. The wicket door contact ensures that the main door can only be opened when the wicket door is closed.
In certain circumstances Hörmann wicket doors with a trip-free threshold up to a width of 5500 mm fulfil the requirements of an emergency escape door.