COMMERCIAL

INSULATED SECTIONAL DOORS

Supply, Maintenance & Repairs of

Industrial Insulated Sectional Doors to businesses across Yorkshire, Lincolnshire & the UK

High thermal performance

Superior resistance to all weather conditions

High tensile helical wound steel springs

Unparalleled versatility

Looking for Insulated Sectional Doors?

Insulated sectional doors provide high thermal performance / U value to 0.7. Superior resistance to all weather conditions, a high level of security and excellent insulation, combine to provide unparalleled versatility with our sectional overhead doors. Made from either galvanised steel or aluminium panels, they are able to withstand all the elements and take into account the increasing importance of insulation in building regulations.

Insulated Sectional Door Panel Hardware

The roller carriers are adjustable and, along with the intermediate panel hinges, are hot dipped galvanised steel. The rollers which run in the side track are sealed for life self lubricating bearings c/w a nylon tyre, to give smooth and quiet operation, and mounted on a zinc plated steel shaft. The new design Indupart vertical lift loading dock door needs no adjustment as it is sealed directly to the seal connected to the side fixing angle.

Insulated Sectional Door Panel Options

Plastisol XL200 or polyester coating to the external face in a extensive range of colours, internal RAL 9010. Factory paint finish to either internal or external face to any BS or RAL colour. Aluminium panels Unit identification numerals and corporate decals (factory or site applied).

Insulated Sectional Door Door Head Gear

Sectional doors are counterbalanced to ensure the smooth running of doors, using minimal effort. All counterbalance spring calculations supplied by C&N are done to get the maximum life out of the door springs we manufacture (most typical loading dock doors are calculated to a minimum 50,000 cycles).

The springs are high tensile helical wound steel, these are heat treated for improved performance. The springs are mounted on a steel shaft supported by bearing brackets incorporating sealed bearing rollers, this ensures free running of the shaft. Also mounted on the spring shaft are the cable drums, these carry the aircraft quality cables which have a 6:1 safety factor. These are looped and swaged using a hydraulic press to ensure the cables do not get detached from the cable drums or the brackets which connect the cables to the bottom of the door panels.

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Contact C&N to discuss your commercial requirements

Door & Hardware Federations Members – so that you can be sure of Safe, Reliable and Legally compliant commercial doors installations – EVERY TIME!

Head Office: 01482 666662

Unit B, 43 Gillett Street,
Hull, HU3 4JF.

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