Industrial Sectional Doors
The sectional door programme in a uniquely wide range
Sectional doors open vertically, creating free space in front of and behind the door. The door sections are stored flat underneath the ceiling, vertically above the opening or along the roof. Series 50 sectional doors made of steel, a combination of steel/aluminium or aluminium, will convince you with their unique programme range, top door design and certified security. Compact sectional doors stack the individual sections vertically, directly behind the lintel. The small distance back is particularly advantageous for halls with dome lights, glass roofs or glass facades.
Doors occasionally take up a large portion of commercial buildings. They thus offer substantial energy savings potential – for more information about the amortisation and retrofitting see the Hörmann energy savings compass.
Good reasons to try Hörmann industrial sectional doors
A permanently clear view
Maximum scratch resistance
Doors with DURATEC synthetic glazing stand up to tough demands in rough industrial environments, while maintaining their transparency. A special surface coating, similar to that used on car headlights, protects the pane over the long-term from scratches and damage caused by cleaning.
The DURATEC glazing is available as standard and at no extra charge in all sectional doors with synthetic glazing – only from Hörmann.
Efficient thermal insulation
Well-insulated industrial sectional doors are essential in heated buildings. Hörmann industrial sectional doors are optionally available with the ThermoFrame frame connection for a thermal break between frame and brickwork. Additionally, lip seals on both sides of the door and a double seal in the lintel area protect from heat or cold loss, increasing the thermal insulation value by up to 21 %.
Wicket door with trip-free threshold
The wicket door with extra-flat stainless steel threshold ensures easier passage of pedestrians. For doors with a width up to 5500 mm, the threshold rail is only 10 mm high in the middle and 5 mm high at the edges, reducing the risk of tripping considerably and making it easier to wheel things through. Under certain circumstances, Hörmann wicket doors with trip-free threshold can even be used as escape doors and for barrier-free construction.
Non-contact door monitoring
Leading photocell without surcharge
Power-driven Hörmann industrial sectional doors with WA 400 and ITO 400 operators are equipped with a self-monitoring closing edge safety device with optosensors as standard. You can also select the leading photocell VL 1 for non-contact door monitoring of the closing edge without a surcharge. The light grille HLG can also be optionally integrated into the frame. These solutions offer you increased safety, faster door action and lower inspection and maintenance costs.