New Rollup Door Rated For Moderate To High Wind Loads

Part of a wider product line, this steel curtain rollup door has been tested to withstand moderate to high wind loads


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Part of a wider product line, this steel curtain rollup door has been tested to withstand moderate to high wind loads
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New Product Flash: 3000 Series Door From DBCI

New Rollup Door Rated For Moderate To High Wind Loads

Rollup door manufacturer DBCI has introduced its new 3000 Series door, developed for moderate to high wind loads. While testing to ASTME-350 and ANSI/DASMA 108, the 12’x7′ model met or surpassed design pressures of +28.0/-32.0, making it an ideal fit for most wind load requirements, including many coastal regions. The 3000 Series is wind rated up to 16′ wide; the pressure rating increases as the door width decreases.FE-NPFlogo

Constructed of 26-gauge galvanized, Grade E hard steel, the doors feature a maximum opening size of 16’x16′. They feature deep-ribbed corrugation with three-rivet windlock attachment.

Ease of installation is also notable for facility professionals. The 3000 Series features a more forgiving 80° wind lock profile that makes for faster installation into the guides.

dbci_3000_doorThe 3000 Series is distinct in DBCI’s product line as the only series manufactured exclusively as a Curl-Lok door. Bray Allen, research and development manager for DBCI, commented on how the 3000 Series fits into the company’s current product line: “It is a natural progression. You can expect the same quality because we kept new component items to a minimum; we can manufacture it at all of our locations to distribute efficiently throughout North America.”

For severe wind loads, DBCI manufactures its 5000 Series, which is wind certified up to 18′.

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