FireCoil™ Fire-rated Rolling Doors
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 firewall. 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 SS90 fail-safe devices. FireCoil fire-rated rolling doors are UL, C-UL, FM, and CSFM-labeled.FireCoil Features and Options
Every Raynor FireCoil rolling door is built for superior performance and includes the features and options listed below:
Doors of all sizes meet NFPA 80 requirements. Closing speed is consistently controlled between 6-12” per second, resulting in a more smooth, quiet and safer descent.
State-of-the-art design incorporates automatic resetting of the auto-closing system. All doors can be easily reset with a single-side release which results in dramatic savings in testing and resetting costs while minimizing downtime.
Automatic door closure is initiated by one of three fusible links that melt at 165° Fahrenheit.
Pre-Assembled Rolling Steel Door
Our Raynor pre-assembled rolling steel door option allows for faster and easier installation by having the curtain, barrel, and head plates shipped pre-assembled and in one crate. Ask your Raynor Authorized Dealer how to take advantage of our pre-assembled option.
Curtain bottoms are reinforced with a minimum of two steel angles for maximum durability. A bottom astragal is included on all motor-operated doors.
All FireCoil door curtains are constructed with heavy-duty steel slats: Flat Slats (UF), Insulated Flat Slats (UI), Large Contour Slats (LL), and Small Contour Slats (US). See Slat Style Options tab below.
A torsion-spring-operated system, enclosed in a structural steel barrel, effectively counterbalances the door for a minimum 10,000 cycles.
Guides and End Locks
Steel angle guides provide added support for curtain slats. Zinc-plated, malleable cast-iron end locks prevent lateral movement of the curtain slats.
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.
For maximum structural rigidity, curtain hoods feature rolled edges and are formed from 24 gauge, hot dipped galvanized steel.
*FireCoil hood include a flame baffle that is activated by a fusible link. Standard on Factory Mutual-approved doors. Optional on UL-approved doors.
A guide with brush seal (shown) and header seal reduce smoke damage.