Up-and-over garage doors

In wood massel

Constructed with frame in tubular section and contoured frame.

Solid wood tilting door thickness mm. 20, built with frame in tubular section and contoured frame with front 100 - 120 - 130 - 150 mm, including counterweights. The mantle is made of solid beech wood beads of various essences: Sweden pine, Douglas, American cedar, emlock, oak or on request.
Upper and lateral crosspieces covered by special bands. Treatment with impregnation and water wax. Lifting mechanism consisting of lever arms, galvanized steel wire ropes with a diameter of 4 - 5 mm, concrete weights, 90/160 mm sliding wheels in nylon with self-lubricating pad.
On the side pins there are complete parachute pads. The locking system consists of a lock with internal release lever and aluminum handles.
On the shoulders are printed  fasteners for welding, expansion joints, nails for shooting or embedding in the masonry. Simple mounting, silent operation.

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