DOORS WITH UP-AND-OVER PANELS


Doors with up-and-over panels are suitable
when lower guiderail or rollers need to be avoided
and the space above the door opening is limited.

Doors with up-and-over panel can be realized:

1. with single panel height equal to the height of the span clearance
2. with two panels hinged together at heights equal to 1/3 and 2/3 of the height of the span clearance;
3. with two panels hinged together at a height equal to 1/2 the height of the span clearance

The door is driven by hydraulic / electromechanical motorization.


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DOORS WITH UP-AND-OVER PANEL WITH SINGLE PANEL HEIGHT EQUAL TO THE HEIGHT OF THE SPAN CLEARANCE



The door opens by lifting and rotating the panel, which is guided by rollers in the vertical girders and the horizontal lateral guides.
When the door is open, it is positioned horizontally inside the building
The door is driven by electromechanical motorization.

UP-AND-OVER DOOR WITH TWO PANELS HINGED TOGETHER AT HEIGHTS EQUAL TO 1/3 AND 2/3 OF THE HEIGHT OF THE SPAN CLEARANCE

The door opens by rotating the upper panel (1/3h) around the hinges attached to the architrave and the consequent lifting of the lower panel (2/3h) that is hinged to the first and slides on rollers in the guiderail girders.
When the door is open, the panels are positioned horizontally in contact with the architrave 1/3 outside and 1/3 inside the building.
The door is driven by hydraulic motorization.

UP-AND-OVER DOOR WITH TWO PANELS HINGED TOGETHER AT A HEIGHT EQUAL TO 1/2 THE HEIGHT OF THE SPAN CLEARANCE

The door opens by rotating the upper panel around the hinge attached in the architrave and the consequent lifting of the lower panel that is hinged to the first and slides on rollers in the guiderail girders.
When the door is open, the panels are positioned horizontally in contact with the architrave outside the building as a canopy
(width: half of the door height).
The door is driven by hydraulic motorization.