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Model 6241 24-Gauge Service Door

    Conceived and designed as a moderately priced dock and material handling solution, the Model 6241 Service Door features full- sized 24 gauge-gauge slats and incorporates structural streel guides, full-sized headplates, structural hood, self-aligning drive bearings and Quick release guides. The commercial design features of the Model 6241 accrue into a true feature-packed, value added package.
    Loading dock and material handling locations demand a street-tough rolling service door that represents an exceptional value at a moderate price.
    The Model 6241 utilizes aggresive, yet innovative design approaches to deliver sensible, high-performance features that meet these demands

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  • Standard sized commercial 2-1/2" interlocking flat slats in 24-gauge steel are hot-dipped galvanized, pre-painted in gray and white, and maintain high security with lighter weight and reduced cost.
  • Cast iron, malleable endlocks exceed industry expectations for performance and wear in a light industrial door.
  • Structural steel three-angle guides utilize integral bell mouths, curtain stops and Quick-release guide angles for higher security, maximum durability, faster installation times and no-hassle, simplified repair requirements.
  • Repairs are quickly and inexpensively expedited with common, readily available components.
  • Full-sized headplates provide a solid platform for chain hoist or motor operation.
  • Half-hexagonal formed hoods, pre-finished in white, deliver superior structural rigidity and high aesthetic appeal.
  • Heavy-duty, 3.5:1 chain hoists install quickly and provide a fine balance between operator effort and cycling speed.
  • Security is enhanced with plated slide locks for manual operation, or a chain keeper suitable for padlocking for chain hoist operation.
  • Value is enhanced by building real time performance expectations into time proven, reduced cost designs.

  • Specifications


    Standard flat curtain flats, interlocking type, roll-formed 24 gauge steel. Lateral slat movement and curtain wear controlled by galvanized, malleable cast iron endlocks fastened to every other slat. Flat Slats: 2-1/2 inches high by 3/4 inch deep.

    Bottom Bar

    Fabricated from steel angle. Bottom bar astragal is optional.


    Fabricated from three structural steel angles, bolted together to form a guide channel and mounting sngle. Quick Release guide angles include curtain stops and bellmouths integral to guide.


    Headplates for mounting curtain, hood and barrel assemblies fabricated from steel plate. Drive side of the door axle provided with self-aligning precision bearing .

    Barrel Assembly

    Barrel constructed from minimum 4-1/2 inch O.D. steel pipe. Deflection under full load not to exceed 0.03 inches per foot of span. barrel provided with threaded lugs welded to barrel assembly for curtain attachment.


    Spring assembly fabricated with precision ball bearings supporting tension shaft assembly. Curtain weight counter balanced by oil-tempered, helically wound torsion springs, grease packed and mounted on steel torsion shaft. Springs designed to provide 10,


    Hood fabricated from 24-gauged steel sheet, shaped to fit within headplates.


    Plated slide locks furnished for manual push-up operation, Chain hoist operated doors provided with chain keeper having provision for padlock.


    Manual push up, chain hoist, or motor operation


    Curtain slats and hood hot-dipped galvanized, per ASTM A-653, G-60, with baked epoxy primer and polyester finish coat in gray and white. Guides and headplate shop painted black. Powder-coating optional. Bottom bars to be shop painted or galvanized.


    Provide doors designed to withstand minimum 20 pounds per square foot of windload.

    Provide manufacturer's standard one-year warranty from the date of plant shipment against defects in materials and workmanship.


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