NASSAU doors requires a minimum amount of space for fitting, since he door tracking system in ever case is adjusted to the building.
Door tracking is the path the door leaf travels along its horizontal and vertical rails in relation to the structure of the building.
In the NASSAU 9000 model, the door leaf tracks completely free of the door opening, allowing the full height of the opening to be used.
Through a flexible rail system, the NASSAU 9000 can be adapted to any room. It can be raised to either a vertical or horizontal position, or follow the angle of the building’s ceiling or roof. In order to make best use of available space and most stable form of fitting, the door leaf should be placed as close to the ceiling as possible.
NASSAU 9000 sectional doors can be fit through 10 different door tracking systems, and as such can be adjusted to any needs. You can see the different tracking systems below.
If you are in doubt about the correct door tracking system, experts from NASSAU are ready to help you find the right option, and provide technical consultation. The right choice of the technical solution for door tracking system and fitting work ensures the sectional doors’ functionality.
A stable placement of the door tracking system results in an easy and noise free opening of the door. Correct fitting of the sectional doors’ component guarantees maximum heat insulation and tighness.
SL: Standard lift
LH: Low Head
HL: High Lift
HLKF: High lift with springs on consoles
SLT: standard lift along the roof line
LHT 2004: Low Head along the roof line
HLT: High Lift along the roof line
HLKFT: High Lift with springs on consoles, along the roof line
VL: Vertical Lift
VLKF: Vertical Lift with springs on consoles