Garage Door Lexicon


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    1.5 second timer delay reverse This device is important whenever a reverse system is specified (...)Read more This device is important whenever a reverse system is specified and the door movement is standard. This 1.5 second delay allows the "spring-drums-cables" lifting mechanism to stop completely and realign properly before going up again.
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    3 Button-control station Comes standard with all operators (...)Read more Comes standard with all operators. Can be equipped with a key to circumvent usage.
    3 Button-control station (outside) Mounted on the outside of the building (...)Read more   Mounted outside of the building, handy when no entrance door available. Built to withstand bad weather. 
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    Adjustable timer to close (0 to 90 minutes) Easy to program, this timer allows the door (...)Read more Easy to program, this timer allows the door to close after a designated time period. It is necessary to include a photoelectric sensing device with this control.
    AirBarrier System™ Garaga door systems have the lowest (...)Read more Garaga door systems have the lowest average air infiltration ratings in the industry.  Flexible U-shaped Bottom Weather-stripping  Double Lip ThermaBlok™ Frame Weather-stripping  Interlok™ Triple Contact Interlocking Jointswww.garaga.com/lab  Optional flexible Top Weather-stripping 
    Anchoring plate This “L”-shaped bracket makes the connection between track and wall (...)Read more This “L”-shaped bracket makes the connection between track and wall. Garaga welds this bracket to the track so it won’t require adjustment.
    Antique Garage Door Windows View the different Antique Garage Door windows (...)Read more   Nottingham 21 x 13 in  Manchester 21 x 13 in   Nottingham 40 x 13 in  Manchester 40 x 13 in View all the windows models for Garaga garage doors
    Arch Garage Door Windows This garage door window model (40 X 13 in. - 1016 X 330 mm) is only available with the “Eastman Estate” garage door model (...)Read more Arch, 4 squares Arch, 8 squares  This garage door window model (40 X 13 in. - 1016 X 330 mm) is only available with the “Eastman Estate” garage door model. Classical and elegant, our Arch models are much more convenient than the external grid type. The grids on model shown are placed between the two glass panes. The aluminum grids are assembled with a mechanical joint that allows them to resist shocks. Features of the Arch Garage Door Windows White grids are sandwiched between the 2 panes of glass. Maintenance - free White frame that will not discolor or crack and does not require painting. Low conductivity spacer bar reduces the risk of condensation. 1 in. (25.4 mm) insulated glass for maximum insulation.  1/8 in. (3.2 mm) glass. Rigid frame that increases water tightness. A 10-year warranty against discoloration and seal failure. View all the windows models for Garaga garage doors
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    Brackets A steel structure in the shape of an L (...)Read more A steel structure in the shape of an L, one arm of which is fixed to a vertical surface and the other supports a rail.
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    Chain hoist Adds mechanical advantage to manually operated door (...)Read more Adds mechanical advantage to manually operated door. Couples to one end of the solid torsion shaft. A 1:1 direct drive unit is preferred for standard lift; for small size doors and a reduced drive unit 3:1 should be specified on larger doors.
    Clearances The amount of side room, head and back room required (...)Read more The amount of side room, head and back room required to properly install a sectional door.
    Coaxial Radio Receiver Must insure that doors working (...)Read more Must insure that doors working with the same transmitters are clearly indicated in specifications.
    ColdStop System™ Our garage door system offers the best insulation on the market (...)Read more Our garage door system offers the best insulation in the market. It conserves energy and saves money by way of numerous thermal breaks. This ensures chill-free winters and cool summers in both garage and home. When shopping for a garage door be sure to insist on all the ColdStop features you get with a Garaga garage door system. You will feel the difference.  InterLok™ Triple Contact Interlocking Jointswww.garaga.com/lab  Wood End Blockswww.garaga.com/lab  Double Lip ThermaBlok™ Frame Weather-stripping  Flexible U-shaped Bottom Weather-stripping  High Density Pressure-injected Polyurethane Foam  Sealed Thermo-pane Windows  Optional Flexible Top Weather-stripping   
    Commercial door A sectional overhead type door which is intended for vehicular use at (...)Read more A sectional overhead type door which is intended for vehicular use at entrances of commercial buildings such as loading docks and service stations, normally operated less than 5,000 cycles annually.
    Continuous angle on vertical tracks 12 ga. steel angle welded on the whole length of the (...) Read more 12 ga. steel angle welded on the whole length of the vertical track providing for solid fastening to the wall. There is also the possibility to fasten the tracks to the wall with flag brackets (4 in. high). The larger the size and the higher the use frequency, the more reason to fasten the tracks with continuous angle.
    C-shape bumper “C” shape spring blade installed on (...)Read more “C” shape spring blade installed on the end of the vertical tracks for dock doors with full vertical or high lift movement and manually operated (pull chain or rope).
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    Decorative hardware Decorative accessories that set your (...)Read more Decorative accessories that set your door apart and add a touch of class to it.
    Door movement There are 4 basic types of movement: standard lift, high lift, full vertical lift and low headroom (...)Read more There are 4 basic types of movement: standard lift, high lift, full vertical lift and low headroom. The room available between the top of the door and the ceiling (or first obstruction) determines the type of door movement to use.
    Door opener A motorized device for opening and closing a garage door (...) Read more A motorized device for opening and closing a garage door.
    Double door Commonly used to refer to larger width doors usually on multi-car garages (...)Read more Commonly used to refer to larger width doors usually on multi-car garages.
    Dura+ Garaga’s ultra-robust residential hardware system, comparable in strength to light commercial components (...)Read more Garaga’s ultra-robust residential hardware system, comparable in strength to light commercial components, ensures your door operates at maximum efficiency, doubling the lifespan of your garage door.
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    Electric Chain Hoist Operator Similar to a “Jack Shaft” type operator (...)Read more Similar to a “Jack Shaft” type operator but with an auxiliary emergency chain hoist in case of a power failure. .
    Electric operators See door opener (...)Read more See door opener.
    EnergyAce™ Garaga’s outstanding energy conservation system (...)Read more Garaga’s outstanding energy conservation leaves the others out in the cold. Our garage door system offers the best energy efficient solution on the market with superior insulation and numerous thermal breaks. You will feel the difference.  High Density Pressure-injected  Polyurethane Construction  InterLok™ Triple Contact Interlocking Jointswww.garaga.com/lab  Sealed Thermo-pane Windows  Double Lip ThermaBlok™ Frame Weather-stripping  Flexible U-shaped Bottom Weather-stripping  
    Extension springs Counterbalanced springs which provide lifting power by stretching (...)Read more Counterbalanced springs which provide lifting power by stretching. Also called stretch springs. Extension springs are mounted to the rear track hangers on each side of the garage. They are attached to a pulley at the other end of the spring.
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    Galvanizing Zinc coating to protect steel against corrosion (...)Read more Zinc coating to protect steel against corrosion.
    Garaga Experts Garage door professionals who meet our strict criteria for knowledge (...)Read more Garage door professionals who meet our strict criteria for knowledge, experience, and reputation. When choosing a garage door, you deserve the utmost in professionalism.
    Gauge Unit of measure to evaluation the thickness of sheet metal (...)Read more  Unit of measure to evaluation the thickness of sheet metal. The smaller the gauge number, the thicker the steel.
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    Headroom Space between the opening height (...)Read more Space between the opening height of the door and the garage ceiling.
    Hinges To make the independent sections act as a complete door, the sections must be hinged together (...)Read more To make the independent sections act as a complete door, the sections must be hinged together. Hinges are found on the end stiles and center stiles at the meeting rails. All hinges perform 2 basic functions: 1) with bolts or screws, they join the sections together, and 2) they allow the sections to “break”, independent of each other, as the door travels.
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    Industrial door A sectional overhead-type door which is intended for vehicular use at entrances (...)Read more A sectional overhead-type door which is intended for vehicular use at entrances of parking garages, factories and manufacturing plants, normally operated in excess of 5,000 cycles per year.
    Inside lock Spring loaded, sliding deadbolt lock operable only from interior of the door (...)Read more Spring loaded, sliding deadbolt lock operable only from interior of the door.
    Insulation Material having the ability to reduce heat or cold transmission (...)Read more Material having the ability to reduce heat or cold transmission. Two popular types are foamed-in-place “polyurethane” and rigid panel “polystyrene”. Sectional steel doors are available with various types of insulation.
    InterLock Triple contact interlocking joints that block cold air and create thermal breaks between metal door skins to prevent cold or heat transfer (...)Read more Triple contact interlocking joints that block cold air and create thermal breaks between metal door skins to prevent cold or heat transfer. Garaga’s InterlockTM joints stop heat transfer 35% better than the average of its competitors and outperform the competition by a factor of 50 on wind transfer between door sections.
    Interlocking joints See InterLock (...)Read more See Interlock
    ISO-9001 :2008 The Certification ISO 9001 :2008 is a norm acquired by Garaga (...)Read more The Certification ISO 9001 :2008 is a norm acquired by Garaga that meets high quality product norms and criteria satisfying customer demand. It also raises the bar to improve customer satisfaction.
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    Jackshaft operator Electric operator which mounts on the wall or ceiling and directly (...)Read more Electric operator which mounts on the wall or ceiling and directly drives the torsion spring shaft. For use only on high lift clearance or vertical lift doors.
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    LaserCraft Technology Our unique LaserCraft high precision manufacturing process (...)Read more Our unique LaserCraft high precision manufacturing process uses cutting-edge digital technology to ensure an extremely tight fit between the overlays.
    LongLife Components™ Heavy-duty corrosion-resistant steel or aluminum doors (...)Read more LongLife Components™ are your garage door system’s backbone. Heavy duty corrosion-resistant steel and aluminium and Dura+ hardware make it the longest-lasting garage door system on the market.  A Commercial Spec Metal Skin  Wood End Blocks  20,000-cycle Torsion Springs  Welded Jamb Brackets  14-gauge Galvanized Steel Track  White Nylon Rollers with 11-ball Bearings  Sealed Thermo-pane Windows &  One-piece Injected Window Frames  Window frames of polypropylene  
    Loop detector This system is installed at about 6 feet from the door on (...)Read more This system is installed at about 6 feet from the door on the inside of the building (concrete slab) or on the outside (asphalt). Metallic objects traveling over the loop detector affect the magnetic field of the loop. The detector senses this change and gives a signal to open or close the door. Must be installed by a qualified electrician.
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    Manufacturer An enterprise that manufactures something (...)Read more An enterprise that manufactures something. There are two distinctive manufacturers; Garaga is a garage door manufacturer and LiftMaster is a door opener manufacturer.
    Metal skin Surface of the metal. Garaga offers a (...)Read more Surface of the metal. Garaga offers a commercial spec metal skin: 5 coats of rust protection with the same steel quality inside and outside.
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    Operation cycle One complete cycle of a door begins with the door in the closed position (...)Read more One complete cycle of a door begins with the door in the closed position. The door is then moved to the open position and back to the closed position again. The number of cycles is a unit of measurement for the longevity of the mechanical spring component of the door. The springs generally offered on the market have a service life of 10,000 cycles representing more than 13 years of operation at 2 openings per day. The Dura+ springs in the Garaga garage door hardware offer twice the longevity.
    Orion Garage Door Windows (...)Read more 21 x 13 in3 squares4 squares6 squaresColour of frames and grids: White, Claystone, Desert Sand, Dark Sand and Brown.   4 squaresColour of frames: White, Claystone, Desert Sand, Dark Sand and Brown.Colour of came: Pewter  40 X 13 in4 squares8 squaresColour of frames and grids:.BlWhite, Claystone, Desert Sand, Dark Sand and Brown 4 squares8 squaresColour of frames: White, Claystone, Desert Sand, Dark Sand and BrownColour of came: Pewter DescriptionFor a more classic look, “Orion” windows blend with any style of home. Aluminum grids are inserted between two panes of glass, giving the illusion of an actual exterior grid. They are assembled with a mechanical joint that allows them to resist shocks.  FeaturesSealed glass pane units have a 10-year warranty against fogging.Worry-free PVC frames, moulded in one piece and guaranteed for 10 years against discolouration.Frames available in White, Desert Sand, Claystone, Brown and Dark.Aluminum grids come in White, Desert Sand, Claystone, Brown and Pewter.Model3 squares4 squares6 squares8 squares  Dimensions21 X 13 in21 X 13 in40 X 13 in21 X 13 in40 X 13 inClear5 colours*5 colours and Pewter5 colours5 colours and PewterFrosted or GluechipWhiteWhiteWhiteWhiteAvailable modelsNotes :5 colours: White, Desert Sand, Claystone, Brown, Dark Sand.For the Acadia 138 door, only the 4-square model with clear glass is available. Frames come in White, Desert Sand and Claystone.Not available for the Alterna door.View all the windows models for Garaga garage doors
    Overlay Decorative PVC moulding permanently fused to the door surface in the factory (...)Read more Decorative PVC moulding permanently fused to the door surface in the factory.
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    Panels Rigid door sections injected with high density pressure-injected polyurethane and having wood end blocks (...)Read more Rigid door sections injected with high density pressure-injected polyurethane and having wood end blocks. Standard door height is usually composed of 4 or 5 panels.
    PermaFix Fusion Process Our PermaFix process literally fuses the trim pieces (...)Read more Our PermaFix process literally fuses the trim pieces with the steel panels and ensures their optimum adhesion to the doors.
    Photo-electric sensor Placed next to the door tracks, this infra-red system (...)Read more Placed next to the door tracks, this infra-red system reverses the door on the way down when the light beam becomes obstructed. There are 2 types of sensors:          A «transmitter-receiver» infra-red beam, such as the CPS from Lift-Master.          A «transmitter-reflector» modulated beam, reflected by a mirror, such as the model 42 GRU-9000 from Allen          Bradley or CPSRL-N4 from Lift-Master. For both models, the best efficiency is achieved within 30 feet. These systems are sensitive and the beams mustbe well aligned. Unless protective posts have been installed on the interior side of the door, we suggestinstalling an “L” shaped track guard to prevent any disturbance of the beams in high traffic areas.    
    Plastic Insert Garage Door Windows (...)Read more Cathedrale 21 X 13in Cathedrale 40 X 13in Sherwood 21 X 13in Sherwood 40 X 13in Stockton 21 X 13in Stockton 40 X 13in Bellevue* 40 x 13in Cascades* 40 X 13in * Not available for the MIX raised panels Description Very decorative, our plastic inserts add that designer look to your garage door. Because they are installed on the outside of the windows, they can easily be removed. They are available for not only our classic raised, elongated (XL), or mixed (MIX) panel doors but also our grooved or flush panel doors.FeaturesSealed glass pane units have a 10-year warranty against fogging. Worry-free PVC frames, moulded in one piece and guaranteed for 10 years against discolouration .Frames and plastic inserts come in White, Desert Sand, Claystone, Brown and Dark Sand. Williamsburg classic model8' 9' and 11' 13' and 14' 15' and 16' 17 and 18' Williamsburg XL model8' and 11' 12' and 14' 15' and 18' Williamsburg MIX model9' and 11' 12' and 13' 16' and 18' View all the windows models for Garaga garage doors
    Pneumatic Sensing Edge Kit An air hose installed in the bottom weather stripping part of the door (...)Read more An air hose installed in the bottom weather stripping part of the door. It will cause the door to reverse when it meets an obstruction while closing. Very sensitive, it is activated by light contact with the hose. Connected to a take-up reel (for doors 12’ or higher) or to a coil cord installed next to the door.
    Polypropylene Thermoplastic resins which are hard (...)Read more Thermoplastic resins which are hard and durable and are used to make Garaga’s window frames.
    Polyurethane foam Injected into all Garaga door panels, ensuring a high thermal-resistance (...)Read more Injected into all Garaga door panels, ensuring a high thermal-resistance rating and solidness and offers twice the compression resistance of polystyrene.
    Power Unit A complete torsion spring assembly consisting of springs, shaft, winding (...)Read more A complete torsion spring assembly consisting of springs, shaft, winding and dead-end cones, drums and cables.
    Precision bearings End bearing plates supporting the weight of the door and spring system (...)Read more End bearing plates supporting the weight of the door and spring system. Strongly recommended for doors weighing 650 lbs (295 kg) and more or for high cycle doors. Football type center bearing plates are also required.
    Printing Process Garage Door Windows (...)Read more Empire 21 X 13 in Empire 40 X 13 in  Caprice 21 X 13 inCaprice 40 X 13 in   A unique printing process creates the rich image of stained glass without weld joints. This technique imitates varied glass types and lets you decorate with color. These high-quality door lites feature the following quality characteristics: Sealed glass pane units have a 10-year warranty against fogging. This increases safety and eliminates the risk of injuries in the event of breakage.  Windows with 1"-thick (25.4 mm) thermo panes. Wide choice of models that will make any house even more beautiful. View all the windows models for Garaga garage doors
    Properly balanced door It is important to remember that a residential, commercial or industrial type door must always be properly balanced (...)Read more It is important to remember that a residential, commercial or industrial type door must always be properly balanced. Its dead weight should be between 10 and 20 lbs. (5 and 10 kg). If the door feels heavier than that, the source of the problem must be identified and corrected (ex.: springs that have lost their effectiveness). A properly balanced door can be stopped at any position.
    Properly balanced door with operator The horse power of a given electric operator is not an extremely important (...)Read more The horse power of a given electric operator is not an extremely important selection criteria. The balancedweight of a commercial or industrial garage door will vary between 10 to 20 lbs. (5 to 10 kg) regardless of its size. It is important that the owner of the building be aware that the counter balance system (torsion springs) must be checked every 3 months in order to insure that nothing hampers the operation of the system.
    Protection posts Steel pipes filled with concrete, 54 in.(1.4 m) high (above ground), painted (...)Read more Steel pipes filled with concrete, 54 in.(1.4 m) high (above ground), painted in bright colours, installed to protect the hardware system from impact (ex.: lift trucks). Other types of protective devices are also available : « Z » style fender guards, 3/16” thick steel (4.7 mm) welded to the tracks and bolted to the wall or “L” type track guards (3” x 3” x 60”), 1/4” thick steel (6.4 mm).
    Pull chain Spring equipped chain for manually operated garage doors (...)Read more Spring equipped chain for manually operated garage doors (less than 100 sq.ft. (11 sq.m)), used to slow theopening/closing of the door.
    Pusher Springs Springs installed on the end of the horizontal tracks to keep the (...)Read more Springs installed on the end of the horizontal tracks to keep the lift cables under tension and prevent them fromcoming off the drums when closing the door. Recommended for doors larger than 13’ x 13’ (4 x 4 m). Use only with standard lift movement particularly when a jack shaft operator is installed.
    PVC weather-stripping Thermoplastic resin used in all Garaga weather strips (...) Read more Thermoplastic resin used in all Garaga weather strips for better and long-lasting performances.
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    Qualified electrician All electrical work (wiring, conduit and connections) must be done (...)Read more All electrical work (wiring, conduit and connections) must be done by a qualified electrician.The garage door specialist will install the electric opener and accessories making sure everything works well, buthe cannot connect them to the building’s power supply.
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    Radio transmitter Technology has made this accessory invaluable considering the (...)Read more Technology has made this accessory invaluable considering the number of codes available. It can be usedfor one or several doors. It is important to mention the number of doors that the transmitter must open. Forcondominiums, the number of transmitters that can be used is almost unlimited.
    Rails The horizontal members of the door’s framework (...)Read more The horizontal members of the door’s framework. There is a top rail, a bottom rail and several meeting rails.
    Reinforcement struts 2.25’’ or 3’’ steel channel (depending on the width of the door),(...)Read more 2.25’’ or 3’’ steel channel (depending on the width of the door), 22 ga., used to support the door when it remains in the open position for a long period. Standard on doors 12’4” (3,76 m) wide and up. We strongly recommend attaching the struts to the door by screwing them to the hinge plates for solid attachment.
    Residential door A sectional overhead-type door which is intended for use in a residential garage (...)Read more A sectional overhead-type door which is intended for use in a residential garage, and normally operated less than 1,500 cycles per year.
    RockSolid Construction™ Six solid attributes against winter conditions (...)Read more Built to withstand extreme Canadian weather and rough handling, this is the world’s most rugged garage door system.  Triple Contact Interlocking Constructionwww.garaga.com/lab  Reinforced Horizontal Tracks &  3 Reinforcement Struts (On Double Garage Doors)  14-gauge Galvanized Steel Tracks  14-gauge Reinforced Metal Plates  Welded Jamb Brackets  High Density Pressure-injected Polyurethane  fused to 2 skins of Metal   
    Rollers Steel, ball-bearing wheels (...)Read more Steel, ball-bearing wheels which allows sections to roll freely along door tracks.
    R-Value Ability of a material to retard the transmission of heat (...)Read more Ability of a material to retard the transmission of heat. The higher “R” value, the better insulating performance. Note: Garaga doors are made of high-density pressure-injected polyurethane. Up to R-18 insulation. Twice the thermal resistance of polystyrene.
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    Screw cover Small caps to hide screw heads (...)Read more Small caps to hide screw heads and enhance the door perimeter’s appearance.
    Sideroom A horizontal measurement from each side of the door opening (...)Read more A horizontal measurement from each side of the door opening, outward to the nearest obstruction within the garage.
    Single door Commonly refers to smaller width doors (...)Read more Commonly refers to smaller width doors frequently seen on one-car garages.
    Solid shaft 1’’ diameter solid steel rod (or 1.25’’ for large doors) that supports (...)Read more 1’’ diameter solid steel rod (or 1.25’’ for large doors) that supports the torsion springs. This shaft is attached to the wall with bearing plates. When a chain hoist is used, it is attached to the steel shaft.
    Standard Garage Door Windows Read more  Standard 21 X 13 po Standard 40 X 13 po Both simple and modern, you will appreciate the Standard garage door lites quality characteristics: Maintenance-free frame that will not discolor or crack and does not require painting. Low conductivity spacer bar reduces the risk of condensation. 1" insulated glass for maximum insulation. More rigid frame for increased water tightness.View all the windows models for Garaga garage doors  
    Steel end caps 16 ga. Steel caps installed on the end of the panels. Can be used with (...)Read more 16 ga. Steel caps installed on the end of the panels. Can be used with single or double hinges. Recommended for high cycle doors. Note that end caps create a thermal bridge between the exterior and interior surfaces.
    Struts Also called trusses, these are “U”-shaped metal reinforcement members (...)Read more Also called trusses, these are “U”-shaped metal reinforcement members, attached to the inside of the door to add strength and rigidity. Struts are necessary on wide, heavy doors to help prevent sagging and bowing in the horizontal position, and to provide additional reinforcement to comply with the required wind loading.
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    Tension bridges Used on large doors (20 ft. or 6m wide). By using them to complement (...)Read more Used on large doors (20 ft. or 6m wide). By using them to complement the reinforcement struts, tension bridges(bridge or cable) will support the door in high wind areas or if the door remains in the open position for more than 8 hours at a time.
    ThermaBlock PVC frame weatherstripping with exterior (...)Read more PVC frame weatherstripping with exterior screw covers and double contact weatherseal. Significantly reduces air infiltration around the door.
    Thermal break A thermal break is an element of low thermal conductivity (...)Read more A thermal break is an element of low thermal conductivity placed in an assembly to reduce or prevent the flow of thermal energy between conductive materials. InterlockTM triple-contact interlocking joints create a thermal break to completely seal gaps, block cold air between door sections, and prevent cold or heat transfer. Wood end blocks are also the most effective thermal break of all.
    Thermo-pane window A thermo-pane window has two panes of glass separated by a trapped air space (...)Read more A thermo-pane window has two panes of glass separated by a trapped air space. The trapped air acts as an insulator, reducing heat loss through the glass.
    Torsion springs This spring system, while slightly more complex, performs the same counter-balancing function (...)Read more This spring system, while slightly more complex, performs the same counter-balancing function. Mounted above the door opening, the spring is manually wound, or charged, then installed on a shaft which runs through the spring. The spring actually turns the shaft which raises or lowers the door via the cables winding on drums. Torsion springs are generally smoother in operation, longer lasting and safer than extension springs when installed properly.
    Track Garage door tracks usually consist of 4 pieces (...) Read more Garage door tracks usually consist of 4 pieces (2 vertical and 2 horizontal). The purpose of a track is to provide a roadway for the roller wheels. The vertical track is mounted to the jamb with brackets on each side of the door opening. The horizontal track is mounted to the top of the vertical track, the door jamb and the garage ceiling. The horizontal track contains a curved end called the radius. In the closed position, the door rests in the vertical track. In the open position, the door is suspended from the horizontal track.
    Trolley operator Electric operator which mounts above the door in the horizontal position (...)Read more Electric operator which mounts above the door in the horizontal position and lifts the door by pulling the top section. Specifically designed for normal-headroom and low-headroom doors.
    TrueFit design™ Garaga door systems are versatile (...) Read more Garaga door systems are the most adaptable and versatile for renovation and special dimensions. They are custom-made to perfectly match any size opering.  Precision-fit  Premafix™ Fusion Process  and laserCraft™ Technology  Individualy Crafted Panels and Designs  One-Piece Injected Window Frames  PVC Weather-stripping  Brightness of our whitewww.garaga.com/lab 
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    U-shaped bottom weather-stripping A “U”-shaped vinyl or neoprene weatherstrip retained in an aluminum extrusion fastened to the bottom of the bottom section (...)Read more A “U”-shaped vinyl or neoprene weatherstrip retained in an aluminum extrusion fastened to the bottom of the bottom section. This rubber stays flexible during cold periods and ensures that wind and rain cannot penetrate between the floor and door. It stays flexible and efficient even at -62°F (-52°C). For better efficiency, make sure to have a positive slope threshold to the outside of the door.
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    Vertical Lift A hardware design that allows a sectional door to open vertically (...)Read more A hardware design that allows a sectional door to open vertically along the wall above the door opening. The door panels stay vertically aligned.
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    Weather-strip A narrow strip of material to cover (...)Read more A narrow strip of material to cover the joint of a door or window to exclude the cold.
    Wind Load The amount of force that the wind exerts (...)Read more The amount of force that the wind exerts upon a door as it stands in an opening.
    Window Used to see through a door (...)Read more Used to see through a door or for decorative purposes.
    Wood end block The wood blocks are located at each end of the panel (...)Read more The wood blocks are located at each end of the panel.The hinges and rollers are attached to wood end blocks with heavy duty lag screws adding stability and life to heavily used doors. Also, as in high end entry doors, it is the most effective thermal break of all.

 

 

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