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Complete Raynor FireCoil Garage Door

 

Where safety and fire protection are crucial, choose FireCoil. Raynor FireCoil doors are the standard for facilities that
require a listed fire door in a rated fire wall. FireCoil doors are provided with fusible links that automatically release to close
the door at 165°F. The door’s descent can also be triggered by smoke and heat detectors, a building’s alarm system, or solid-state release devices. FireCoil doors are UL, C-UL and CSFM-labeled.

FireCoil
With a four-hour rating and 18-gauge steel slats, this model is the best choice for optimum fire protection and maximum security.

This full-featured, competitively priced product is designed to exceed industry guidelines with a UL four-hour rating. Use Raynor fireHoist™ operators for
easy reset after fire alarm.

Raynor FireCoil available model grid

Raynor FireCoil available model table

FireCoil Features
Every FireCoil door is built for superior performance and includes the features listed below.

FireCoil includes fusible links for Garage Doors

Fusible links
Automatic door closure is initiated by one of three fusible links that melts at 165º Fahrenheit.

FireCoil includes bottom bars for garage doors

Bottom Bar
Curtain bottoms are reinforced with a minimum of two steel angles for maximum durability. A bottom astragal is included on all motor-operated doors.

FireCoil includes a counter-balance system with their garage doors

Counterbalance System
A torsion-spring-operated system, enclosed in a structural steel barrel, effectively counterbalances the door for a minimum of 10,000 cycles.

FireCoil Garage Doors include heavy-duty stainless steel curtains

Curtain
All FireCoil door curtains are constructed with heavy-duty steel slats. See below for a complete list of slat styles

FireCoil garage doors include guides and end locks.

Guides and End Locks
Structural steel angle guides provide added support for curtain slats. Zinc-plated, malleable cast-iron end locks prevent lateral movement of the curtain slats.

FireCoil garage doors include a curtain hood for maximum structural strength.

Curtain Hood *
For maximum structural rigidity, curtain hoods feature rolled edges and are formed from 24-gauge, hot-dipped galvanized steel.

* FireCoil hoods include a flame baffle that is activated by a fusible link. Standard on Factory Mutual-approved doors. Optional on UL-approved doors.


FireCoil Options

Raynor’s FIreCoil door systems feature specialized construction and automatic closing providing state of the art technology. All doors are easily resettable with a single sided release decreasing reset time after performing specified drop testing. The included governor provides controlled closing speeds of 9” – 12” per second resulting in a safer, smoother, and quiet decent. Doors of all sizes are easily controlled and meet NFPA 80 requirements.

Motor Operated
Automatic closing can occur with the door partially open or fully closed without resulting in any damage to the door components

Manual Operated
Manual design features a centrifugal clutch governor smoothly controlling descent.

Chain and Crank
Operated Chain and Hand crank operation is available on all FireCoil model doors.


Model Options & Upgrades
187 ArmorBrite™ Colors
Choose your color! Nearly every Raynor fire door component (curtain slats, bottom bars, guides, hoods, and head plates) can be powdercoated in any of 187 colors for an attractive appearance and exceptional durability.

Locks
In applications where control and access are important, choose from a variety of locking options to help keep your building secure. Locks come in either cylinder or slide-bolt (shown) variations. Slide-bolt locks are standard on push-up operation.

Smoke Control
A guide with brush seal and header seal reduce smoke damage.



Automated Home Services, Inc.
2010 N.W. 94th Avenue
Miami, Florida 33172
Tel: 305.594.3810
Fax: 305.591.2464
E-Mail: sales@automated-miami.com

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