These doors have guide rollers at the top corners of the door which
travel back along horizontal tracks into the garage as the door opens
with springs attached to balance arms mounted at the sides
One third of a 'canopy' type door protrudes from the frame when
fully open. Most canopy doors have an overhead spring that
supports the door by wire cables connected to rollers that run up &
down vertical tracks behind the door-frame uprights, some have the
springs concealed inside a steel door-frame
(see Garador type 'F')
This very rare type of door does not protrude
beyond the frame when opening, these doors have similar support
arrangements to the canopy type above but some examples have both
vertical and horizontal tracks
Our side hung door automation equipment
is suitable for outward opening doors only
The door is constructed from:
The approximate age of my door is:
less than five years
The approximate width of the frame aperture is:
7'0" or less
7' 1" to 9' 0"
9' 1" to 12' 0"
12' 1" to 14' 0"
14' 1" to 15' 0"
15' 1" to 18' 0"
over 18' 0" wide
The approximate height of the door frame aperture is:
over 8' 0"
The door frame is constructed from:
Timber or G.R.P
Mechanical condition of existing door:
In good working order
Requires some attention (please specify)
Quantity of doors to be automated:
One door (or one pair if side hinged type)
Three doors or more
I would like to add remote control to my existing door on a Supply Only D.I.Y.
Basis and would like further details together
with a list of materials with a total price to include mainland UK delivery (Note: we don't export automation equipment overseas)
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