Better security for lower cost
These attractively patterned open style sliding grilles provide a high level of security for a lower cost.
CLASSIC WAVES are multipurpose grilles often used in behind glass applications. They are secure enough to lock up store fronts and yet are open enough to allow air circulation through them. These grilles are ideally suited for applications such as food service kiosks. CLASSIC WAVES are solid, substantial grilles that will stand up to the rigors of use in schools and stadiums.
The CLASSIC WAVES are available in a wide variety of checker-board patterns and motifs. Architects and designers can make smart use of the visual interest that these grilles offer.
Side acting top hung sliding folding Grille
The Barrier incorporates 51mm high truss-like plates at the top and bottom of the closure. Constructed of 102mm wide x 1.5mm thick aluminium plates that slide over 8mm rods on 89mm centres in an alternating pattern. Plate height is indicated by model number (Sentry 33 - 3" plates, Sentry 1515 - 15" plates).
Track: 33 wide x 46 mm high thick extruded aluminum section with continuous recess for splice tongues and pins. Standard curves are available with 254mm or 356mm radii. Custom radius curved track is available to suite most conditions.
Trolleys: 29 mm diameter nylon tired ball bearing wheels; two wheel assembly at each hanger; three wheel assembly at all vertical members
Standard factory finishes is 10 micron clear anodizing and stainless steel version available.
Manual Push / pull operation.
The grille incorporates 33mm x 60mm vertical posts spaced not to exceed 3,000 mm on center and located at each curve. Lead posts utilize concealed, masterkeyable cylinder operated hook-bolt with lock operable from both sides of curtain or optional thumb turn cylinder lock operable from tenant side of curtain that engages a full height wall channel. Intermediate posts provided with concealed, masterkeyable cylinder operated bottom ratcheted drop bolts with lock operable from interior or exterior side of the opening. Posts with drop bolts include dust proof stainless steel floor sockets.
The locking knobs are manufactured of heavy-duty aluminum construction.
The locking posts have a unique self-adjusting locking rod with (6) different positions of adjustments to allow for deflections in bulkheads and irregularities in finished flooring. The quick-connect locking post is also exclusive to Cornell grilles and closures. This post allows replacing or servicing of the locking post without removing the entire door. Also lead and end posts have special softly padded astragals that prevent damage too adjacent finished such as glass or mirror pocket doors and columns.
Grille weight is approximately 5.9 kg/square metre. Minimum stacking is 87.5mm/metre of opening plus 89mm per locking member (consult factory for critical project specific stack dimensions). The structural support must be capable of carrying the weight of a fully stacked door at any point along its length.
Pocket Doors: Factory supplied pocket doors are an available option with all side-folding units. Pocket doors stop at underside of track and look better aesthetically when the track is recessed in the ceiling or soffit. Pocket doors and frames are fabricated from A36 HR steel, USS 12-gauge. Hinges are 76.2 mm non-mortise type. Lock is a 25.4 mm security mortise cylinder. Standard finish is a phosphate treatment followed by a light gray baked-on polyester powder coat; minimum 0.065 mm cured film thickness. Optional RAL colors are available.
Peace of Mind Warranties
All our products are guaranteed against defect of material or workmanship by Guardian Doors, subject to correct, maintenance and operation, for a period of 12 months from the date of installation. We offer extended warranties for up to 5 years with an agreed maintenance contract. Contact us for more details.
Planned preventative maintenance
It is a legal requirement - as failure to show evidence of maintenance could mean prohibition & enforcement notices being served and fines up to £5000 and imprisonment for 2 years. 'Safety In Use' - the New European CEN Standards legislation - states that all types of door should be maintained in an efficient state, in efficient working order and in good repair. For further clarification visit www.dhfonline.org.uk.
Routine maintenance prolongs the operational life of the installation and ensures that the installation is kept in good working order - helping to prevent accidents and damage which in turn results in down time, effecting work flow, productivity and resulting in loss of revenue. It assists in identifying potential problems which can easily be rectified.