CoCity-Gates Model CGDADE rolling steel doors are designed to Miami Dade County Design for Hurricane & Tropical Storm Protection :
- Approved by Dade County, Florida to Withstand 187 mph Winds
- Torsion & Band Counterbalance Assembly
- Available in Galvanized Steel & Stainless Steel
City-Gates Model CGDADE rolling steel doors are constructed to Dade County, Florida wind load requirements to withstand 187 mph winds. The CGDADE rolling door is not only ideal for standard protection against theft and vandalism, but it is also designed to withstand pressures of +/- 60 psf.
CGDADE rolling door curtains are available in a standard 3” flat or 3” curved slat profile with end locks and wind locks according to Miami Dade County Code. Curtains constructed from 20 gage galvanized steel slats with end locks and wind locks.
Bottom bars constructed from galvanized steel or 3/16 double angle iron with slide bolt locking devices
Guides are constructed from hot rolled steel that are attached with pre-punched mounting angles every 14” on center
Spring systems are counter balanced not less than 50,000 cycles Brackets are constructed from 3/16 steel plate
Hoods are constructed from 24 gage galvanized steel in a hexagon or square shape
All doors can be push-up, removable hand-crank, chain hoist or motor operated.
All operators can be adapted to specific conditions (Dust Proof, Water Proof, Explosion Proof)
Standard locking device is one set of slide bolts on coil side located on the bottom bar.(Padlocks not included)
City-Gates Model CGDADE rolling doors are designed with specified wind load designs and are in the process of being performance validated through third party testing to the following performance criteria:
Miami-Dade County Approval and Texas Department of Insurance (TDI)