Explore our extensive line of sectional garage doors, from thermal efficiency and extreme durability to architecturally inspired models. Find the right garage door for your building application, including commercial, industrial, agricultural, and loading dock garage doors.
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Choosing a Commercial Garage Door
Which type of door should you specify? Select the garage door type that best fits your project needs by using this helpful guide.
Commercial sectional garage doors are appropriate when thermal efficiency and security are a concern, where window space is desired for light or visibility, or simply for aesthetic reasons. Sectional garage doors also operate quietly and generate little noise in windy applications. They require significant backroom or headroom, depending on the application. The Raynor family of steel sectional garage doors include thermal, ribbed, rail and stile, and raised panel doors. Raynor sectional products are a perfect fit for commercial and industrial loading dock door applications.
Commercial rolling doors are appropriate in demanding environments requiring maximum durability and security. Because of minimal backroom, headroom and side room requirements, rolling doors are able to fit in tight spaces not appropriate for sectional doors. Constructed of interlocking slats that wind around a barrel, the rolling door family includes service doors and counter shutters. Security grilles also fit into this category.
Rugged DuraCoil rolling service doors – with aluminum, steel or stainless-steel slats – are made to last. When you want the best, specify DuraCoil.
Designed for high security applications or oversized openings, sturdy 18-gauge slats and structural steel guides combine to make this our strongest rolling service door.
This full-featured, 20-, 22-, or 24- gauge product delivers Raynor reliability and durability to meet or exceed the requirements of daily use. Offered with our widest selection of quality features and options, this model is best for the most common service door applications.
This 24-gauge product with roll-formed guides is a simple solution for typical applications providing Raynor quality and durability.
When facility design or environment requires unique materials, this model is offered exclusively with stainless steel or aluminum slats and options to meet specific design performance.
Raynor DuraCoil Optima, Standard, and Select insulated (IF) rolling service doors comply with the IECC (International Energy Conservation Code) requirements of a maximum air leakage rate of 1.0 CFM/FT2, validated by and independent testing agency. This IECC compliance option includes a vinyl guide seal, rubber hood baffel and a combination rubber/brush type header seal.
Featuring some of the same construction characteristics as rolling doors, commercial >fire doors are specified in facilities that require a listed fire door in a rated fire wall. Fire doors are normally provided with fusible links that automatically release to close the door at 165 F. Smoke and heat detectors or a building’s alarm system can also trigger the door’s descent. The fire door family includes both service doors and counter shutters.
Similar in construction to a rolling service door, traffic doors feature a high-strength fabric, rather than a metal, curtain. This allows for doors to achieve faster speeds when traveling, which make them ideal for high cycle applications. Also, if contact is made with the door forcing it out of its guides, it is easily replaced without a service call.