The ThermicRoll spiraling door is a state-of-the-art door guaranteeing the best performance in terms of speed,
safety, and insulation, combined with a very attractive appearance. Suitable for both internal and external applications, the ThermicRoll is a great fit for a range of environments.
The ThermicRoll door is a counterweighted door, no springs, with a patented CNC machine system to create track grooves replacing other complex steel track systems and requires no lubrication.
Insulated panels have high thermal-acoustic insulation, but can also be offered in both acrylic clear view or perforated for ventilation.
- Up to 60" per second
- Light curtain standard. Emergency open feature.
- Springless counterweight system warranted up to 1,000,000 cycles.
- Bearingless connection between panels and polyethylene tracks.
- Panels can be replaced without complete door dismantle.
- 3 different panel types to choose from.
Ambient and Cooler Door Specifications:Supply where indicated on plans Jamison BMP ThermicRoll spiraling door for all temperatures, from ambient to cooler.
Standard curtain is pre-painted aluminum in standard RAL colors. The spiral wrap is patented, in high density polyethylene PE HD 500.
Standard UL approved control panel to be a painted steel enclosure with window allowing vision of internal LED readout. Control panel uses a proprietary circuit board with inverter 380 V and with microprocessor.The motor is an asynchronous inverter duty motor with brake. The incremental encoder mounted is attached to the end of the drum shaft.
A light curtain is installed on the inside of the side guides and detects the presence of a pedestrian or vehicle, with 22 rays activated up to a height of 8 feet (depending on the size).
A manual crank release (counterweight) is standard for an emergency opening.
Power to be 208, 230, or 480 volt AC, 60 Hertz, 3 phase. Circuit breakers to be provided by other: Consult factory for amperage. Complete door assembly to be ready for connection with power. (Architect to designate responsibility for field wiring).