FireCoil Fire-Rated Rolling Door
Where safety and fire protection are crucial, choose FireCoil. Raynor FireCoil fire-rated rolling 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.
Every FireCoil fire-rated rolling door is built for superior performance and includes the features listed here.
Automatic door closure is initiated by one of three fusible links that melts at 165° Fahrenheit.
Curtain bottoms are reinforced with a minimum of two steel angles for maximum durability. A bottom astragal is included on all motoroperated doors.
A torsion-spring-operated system, enclosed in a structural steel barrel, effectively counterbalances the door for a minimum of 10,000 cycles.
All FireCoil door curtains are constructed with heavy-duty steel slats. See below for a complete list of slat styles
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.
For maximum structural rigidity, curtain hoods feature rolled edges and are formed from 24-gauge, hotdipped 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.