The Sectional garage door offers the greatest degree of aesthetic adaptability. It comprises a number of large sections or panels that come in a wide range of designs and colors. Sectional Garage Doors are most commonly made from pressed steel, but can be manufactured from timber to provide a more natural look.
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Garage Doors are made from a number of rigid sections/panels that are hinged together and move vertically in the opening, then horizontally along the ceiling, guided by tracks and counter-balanced with springs. These doors are the most aesthetically adaptable of most garage doors, and are available in a range of colors, patterns and may also feature windows. Sectional doors can be made of wood and other materials, but are most commonly made of steel.
304 STAINLESS STEEL 0.38mm-0.48mm
Galvanized steel plate, with any ral color. 0.4mm-0.7mm
Door panel width
435mm, 485mm, 535mm
Rail & Fitting
Hot dip galvanized steel rail and galvanized bracket & hinges
With full sealed, weather resistance & well protection & soundproof
Automatic & remote controlled. Power rate: 220V/380V
ISO & CE & TUV certificated.
Door motorized system
Route memorable, door self locking when power cut off,
self-checking up, non hand nipping, safety operation.
Sectional Garage Doors are applicable to commercial facade, home garage,
modern garage, luxury villa. Meet the requirements of different size and designs.
Get step-by-step instructions on how to install a garage door
STEP 1: Measure, Attach Hinges and Handles
STEP 2: Set the Bottom Piece Into Position
STEP 3: Install the Remaining Panels
STEP 4: Install the Rollers
STEP 5: Secure the Tracks and Attach the Springs
More technical guidance please contact us.
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U Value/ Condensation risk calculation, bespoke construction detail, advice on fire & accoustic performance, panel spans, fastener & roof drainage calculations, optimised lighting designs, building energy modelling & Installation Training.