ThermoMark™ Models 5150 & 5200 Insulated Sectional Steel Doors
Wayne Dalton’s ThermoMark™ Models 5150 and 5200 are the ideal choice if you’re looking for a commercial door that has a combination of strength and insulation, but also looks great on most buildings. Foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation helps improve thermal efficiency of a building a minimum, offering year round comfort while also helping to provide quieter door operation.
ThermoMark™ Models 5150 and 5200 are manufactured using our patented, continuous foamed-in-place technology, in which the polyurethane core is securely bonded to hot-dipped galvanized inner and outer skins. This process gives these doors outstanding thermal, strength, and bonding characteristics while creating a door that is significantly more efficient than conventional insulated steel doors. A designed-in joint seal also helps save energy by preventing air filtration.
Features such as the 18-gauge steel end caps give these doors increased rigidity, while the factory finished interior and exterior hot-dipped, galvanized skins make installation easier, add life to the door and provide greater durability. ThermoMark™ 5150 and 5200 also feature hardware plates at all fastener points to add durability and extend the life of the door.
These doors are offered in a wide array of colors and panel designs that give these doors the beauty and appeal of a residential door but meet the size and strength requirements needed for a commercial or industrial application.
Our model 5150 is now available with an all windows option.
FeaturesKey Product Features
- Max Width: 20’2” (5150) and 26'2" (5200)
- Max Height: 20’1”
- 27-gauge exterior steel
- Polyurethane insulation, R-value*=12.12 (5150) and 16.22 (5200)
- 1-3/8” Section Thickness (5150) and 1-7/8" (5200)
- Variety of colors and two bi-directional wood grain finishes (5150)
*Wayne Dalton uses a calculated door section R-value for insulated doors.IECC® Compliant
The ThermoMark™ 5150 and 5200 meet IECC® requirements for maximum U-factor of operable fenestrations (2015 Section C402.4) with a 3rd party certified tested value of less than 0.37. ThermoMark™ 5150 and 5200 also meets the ASHRAE 90.1 and IECC® requirement for maximum air leakage for fenestration assemblies (2015 Section C402.5.2 Garage doors) with a 3rd party certified tested value of less than 0.40.
Windows may be arranged vertically or horizontally on Colonial, Ranch and Contemporary designs. Windows placed in the bottom section of a door must use DSB 1/8", or tempered, or 1/2" insulated glass. The All Window option is only available on Model 5150 Flush panel with Clear I or Clear III windows. Not all windows available on all door sizes. See dealer for details. Options & Accessories
- Jamb seal
- High cycle springs (25k, 50k, 100k)
- 3” track
- Chain hoist operation
- Motor operation
- Broken cable devices
- Sensing edges
- Photo eyes
- Special track designs
Wayne Dalton’s optional Impact Section replaces the traditional bottom section on doors exposed to damage from forklifts and other warehouse traffic.
- Reduces downtime and costly repairs
- Impact-Resistant composite skins surround an expanded polystyrene core
- Fully adaptable to multiple door thicknesses with hinge and section adapters to provide a superior fit
- Available for 21" and 24" sections
- Available from 8’2” to 16’2” wide in one-foot increments
*Static and Impact Wind Load designs are certified by the state of Florida (FBC), Miami Dade (NOA), and the Texas Department of Insurance (TDI), and the designs are compliant with the 2015 IBC.