Ramps & Portable Plates
800 Series Rolling Doors
Rolling Doors To Meet Your Most Demanding And Rigorous Applications
The Wayne-Dalton 800 Series rolling service door is designed to meet the tough requirements of virtually any commercial or industrial application. The 800 Series offers flexibility in substrate materials with choices of galvanized or prime steel, stainless steel, or aluminum.
Color options range from our standard four factory finish colors to a full range of 180 RAL powder coat choices.
Popular in both interior and exterior applications, the Wayne-Dalton 800 Series rolling service door features a galvanized, pre-painted curtain of minimum 22-gauge steel. The 800 Series doors have a standard windload rating of 20 PSF. An optional windload rating of up to 55 PSF is available to cover your Florida and Dade County windload requirements.
Materials & Construction
Wayne-Dalton’s 800 Series rolling doors are composed of curved or flat-faced slats that provide a natural water-shed, helping to reduce corrosion. The slats are designed with free-acting interlocking joints that permit easy articulation when the door coils.
The 800 Series features a strong double-angle bottom bar that reinforces the lower edge of the curtain against wind pressure and permits varied lock, astragal, and safety edge options. This bottom bar is designed for easy installation and does not require fasteners protruding into the guide openings, so the bottom bar does not interfere with door operation.
Counterbalance assembly consists of a spring barrel which serves as a load-carrying beam. It encases the counterbalance mechanism and provides the axis around which the curtain coils. (Deflection is limited to 0.033" per lineal foot of span.) If required, barrel rings of malleable iron or stamped steel may be provided to assure proper countebalance. Oil-tempered, torsion-type counterbalance springs are wound from heat-treated steel, providing accuracy in balancing the door. Barrel plugs connect ends of springs to barrel and tension rod. Tension rod of steel shafting holds fixed ends of springs and carries torsion load of spring counterbalance.
Spring tension adjusting wheel is normally mounted outside the bracket on end of tension rod. Inside adjusting wheel for tight side-room applications is available in limited sizes.
The hood covers the curtain coil and counterbalance mechanism. Slat hoods are available on blue, brown, beige, and white doors.