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Wayne Dalton - Full View 451 Aluminum Full View Sectional Door

Wayne-Dalton’s Aluminum Full-View doors are the preferred choice when visibility and light transmission are just as important as aesthetics. Aluminum Full View sectional doors are weather-resistant and virtually maintenance-free, and are ideal for commercial applications such as service stations, car washes, and auto dealerships.

Perfectly suited for applications where maximum light and visibility are desired, Wayne-Dalton’s Aluminum Full-View doors help create a pleasant interior environment while offering a warm and open look from the exterior. Aluminum Full-View doors feature an aluminum bottom section with three to seven clear upper sections, depending upon size.

MODEL 451

Glazed with 1/8″ DSB glass held in place with aluminum molding and sealed with butyl glazing tape, the Aluminum Full-View 451 is ideal for applications up to 16’2″ x16’1″.

Acrylic (plexiglass) or polycarbonate (lexan) panels, in thicknesses of 1/8″ and 1/4″ can be substituted for DSB glass.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

Aluminum Full-View doors are manufactured using high-quality materials for excellent durability. All stiles and rails are extruded aluminum alloy 6063-T6 and feature a beveled edge around panels. Stiles and rails can be clear anodized (standard) or finished with white or brown powder coat finish. Tracks and hardware are manufactured from hot-dipped galvanized steel, and the doors feature vinyl seals between sections and on the bottom of the door.

Wayne Dalton - Full View 452 Aluminum Full View Sectional Door

Wayne-Dalton’s Aluminum Full-View doors are the preferred choice when visibility and light transmission are just as important as aesthetics. Aluminum Full View sectional doors are weather-resistant and virtually maintenance-free, and are ideal for commercial applications such as service stations, car washes, and auto dealerships.

Perfectly suited for applications where maximum light and visibility are desired, Wayne-Dalton’s Aluminum Full-View doors help create a pleasant interior environment while offering a warm and open look from the exterior. Aluminum Full-View doors feature an aluminum bottom section with three to seven clear upper sections, depending upon size.

MODEL 452

Ideal for larger installations and applications where insulation and durability are important, the Aluminum Full-View 452 features 1/2″ insulated SSB glass, held in place with aluminum molding and sealed with butyl glazing tape. Alternative glazing options include 1/4″ thick plate and wire polished glass

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

Aluminum Full-View doors are manufactured using high-quality materials for excellent durability. All stiles and rails are extruded aluminum alloy 6063-T6 and feature a beveled edge around panels. Stiles and rails can be clear anodized (standard) or finished with white or brown powder coat finish. Tracks and hardware are manufactured from hot-dipped galvanized steel, and the doors feature vinyl seals between sections and on the bottom of the door.

Wayne Dalton - Model 216 Steel Sectional Door

Designed to meet the needs of the most rugged applications, the Wayne-Dalton 216 steel sectional door features heavy-duty 16-gauge construction built to withstand severe weather, brutal use and exposure to security hazards. A variety of insulation and lite options are available for the Model 216, which is also available in a wide range of sizes.

The Wayne-Dalton Model 216 steel sectional door is engineered to perform, even in the most punishing environments. Whether subjected to severe weather, rough use or security hazards, the Model 216 will stand the test of time.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

Industrial-duty 16-gauge hot-dipped galvanized steel sections are reinforced with heavy duty vertical stiles on the interior of the Wayne-Dalton Model 216. Complete with prelocated extruded mounting holes, these 16-gauge “C”-shaped stiles make hinge installation quick and secure.;”>Bottom sections feleftture a flexible bulb-shaped vinyl astragal held in place by a continuous roll-formed steel retainer that reinforces the lower portion of the door at the same time.

Additional options include top head seal, joint seals and jamb seals.Optional insulation, consisting of 1 9/16″ expanded polystyrene or urethane and covered with .022″ minimum embossed pre-painted white steel provides an R-value of up to 7.64 and a U-value as low as 0.13. Lite options include insulated or non-insulated factory-glazed lites or complete aluminum full-view sections for maximum visibility. Operators can also be specified for use with the Model 216.

Wayne Dalton - Model 220 Steel Sectional Door

Wayne-Dalton’s 220 steel sectional overhead door provides high impact resistance and industrial strength. Available in a wide variety of standard sizes, the 220 is available with 20-gauge ribbed or flush hot-dipped galvanized steel exterior skin. A range of lite and insulation options are also available. The model 220 is available in sizes up to 480 sq. ft.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

The Model 220 door uses “C”-shaped 20-gauge center and 16-gauge end stiles which are formed of galvanized steel with prelocated extruded holes for rapid hinge attachment. Optional 16-gauge center stiles are also available.

Bottom sections feature a flexible bulb-shaped vinyl astragal held in place by a continuous roll-formed steel retainer that reinforces the lower portion of the door at the same time.

Additional options include top head seal, joint seals and jamb seals. Optional insulation, consisting of 1 5/16” expanded polystyrene or urethane and covered with .022” minimum embossed pre-painted white steel provides an R-value of up to 7.64 and a U-value as low as .013. Lite options include insulated or non-insulated factory-glazed lites or complete aluminum full-view sections for maximum visibility. Operators can also be specified for use with the Model 220.

Wayne Dalton - Model 2411 Steel Sectional Door

The Wayne-Dalton 2411 Steel Sectional Door is designed to provide commercial strength at a very competitive price. The embossed exterior skin features a stucco finish to enhance the buildings appearance, while C-shaped vertical stiles on the doors interior provide added strength and allow quick, secure hinge attachment. End stiles wrap around the exterior of each section to protect the section face from wear caused by the door jambs.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

Wayne-Dalton’s 2411 features nominal 24-gauge ribbed steel sections with vertical stiles attached to the interior. These 20-gauge stiles are securely attached with No. 8 screws and adhesive and have prelocated, extruded holes for hinge attachment. The exterior ribbing consists of two deep and four shallow ribs in each section, making it ideal for moderate use. The bottom section features a vinyl bulb-shaped astragal, held by a roll-formed, hot-dipped galvanized steel retainer.

Additional options include top head seal, joint seals and jamb seals. Optional insulation, consisting of 1 9/16″ expanded polystyrene and covered with .015″ minimum embossed pre-painted white steel provides an R-value of up to 7.64 and a U-value as low as 0.13. Lite options include insulated or non-insulated factory-installed vision lites or aluminum full-view sections for maximum visibility.

Wayne Dalton - Model 2415 Steel Sectional Door

The Wayne-Dalton 2415 steel sectional doors feature heavy-duty 16-gauge vertical interior end stiles and 20-gauge center stiles for increased strength. The C-shaped stiles, secured with No. 8 screws and adhesive, have prelocated, extruded holes for quick, secure mounting of hinges. The 2415 offers a ribbed exterior skin that also helps to increase strength while enhancing the buildings visual appearance. End stiles wrap around the exterior of each section to protect the section face from wear caused by the door jambs.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

The Model 2415 utilizes true 24-gauge ribbed steel sections with 16-gauge vertical end stiles and 20-gauge center stiles attached to the interior. The exterior ribbing consists of two deep and two shallow ribs in each section. The bottom section features a vinyl bulb-shaped astragal, held by a roll-formed, hot-dipped galvanized steel retainer.

Additional options include top head seal, joint seals and jamb seals. Optional insulation, consisting of 1 9/16″ expanded polystyrene or urethane and covered with .015″ minimum embossed pre-painted white steel provides an R-value of up to 7.64 and a U-value as low as 0.13. Lite options include insulated or non-insulated factory-installed vision lites or complete aluminum full-view sections for maximum visibility. Operators can also be specified for use with the Wayne-Dalton 2415.

Wayne Dalton - Model C-20 Steel Sectional Door

Wayne-Dalton’s C-20 steel sectional overhead doors are available in a wide variety of sizes and configurations. The design provides high strength at an excellent value. Featuring 20-gauge ribbed steel sections and 20-gauge center and end stiles, the C-20 is available with a number of lite and insulation options.

Every component and feature on the Wayne-Dalton C-20 Steel Sectional Door are designed, engineered, and constructed to enhance the building’s architectural beauty.It assures smooth, efficient operation, long and trouble-free operation, and saves installation time and effort. Unique 2” x 3” box-stile design, plus tongue-and-groove construction, adds vertical stability and strength. Stiles are continuously-bonded to the skin surface with high-strength adhesive, resulting in the strongest possible unit. The surface is ribbed for even more strength.Independent tests show that models C-20 sectional doors are significantly stronger compared to leading competitors.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

Wayne-Dalton’s C-20 steel sectional doors feature pre-finished 20-gauge hot-dipped galvanized sections roll-formed to a full 2″ thickness for ultimate strength and durability. 3″ wide, and fully-fitted boxed stiles are adhered with adhesive, preventing rust and leakage associated with rivets. Standard bottom door seal along with optional seals on the perimeter and between sections greatly reduce air leakage, adding to the thermal efficiency of the building.

Additional options include insulation and weather stripping that provide a U-value of 0.13 and an R-value of 7.60; factory installed vision lites or full view sections; electric operator; and special engineering to meet windload requirements.

Wayne Dalton - Model C-24 Steel Sectional Door

Wayne-Dalton’s C-24 steel sectional overhead doors are available in a wide variety of sizes and configurations. The design provides high strength at an excellent value. Featuring 24-gauge ribbed steel sections and 20-gauge center and end stiles, the C-24 is available with a number of lite and insulation options.

Every component and feature on the Wayne-Dalton C-24 doors are designed, engineered, and constructed to enhance the building’s architectural beauty. This assures smooth, efficient operation, long and trouble-free operation, and saves installation time and effort. Unique 2” x 3” box-stile design, plus tongue-and-groove construction, adds vertical stability and strength. Stiles are continuously-bonded to the skin surface with high-strength adhesive, resulting in the strongest possible unit.

The surface is ribbed for even more strength. Independent tests show that model C-24 sectional doors are significantly stronger compared to leading competitors.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

Wayne-Dalton’s C-24 steel sectional doors feature pre-finished 24-gauge hot-dipped galvanized sections roll-formed to a full 2″ thickness for ultimate strength and durability. 3″ wide, and fully-fitted boxed stiles are adhered with adhesive, preventing rust and leakage associated with rivets. Standard bottom door seal along with optional seals on the perimeter and between sections greatly reduce air leakage, adding to the thermal efficiency of the building.

Additional options include insulation and weather stripping that provide a U-value of 0.13 and an R-value of 7.60; factory installed vision lites or full view sections; electric operator; and special engineering to meet windload requirements.

Wayne Dalton - Model C-2400 Steel Sectional Door

The Wayne-Dalton C-2400 steel sectional door, available in a variety of sizes, is an excellent value. Featuring nominal 24-gauge ribbed steel sections, the C-2400 is available with a number of lite and insulation options.

The Wayne-Dalton C-2400 door is designed and built to ensure an economical, trouble-free long life for moderate commercial use. Available with an embossed finish in white or brown or a white smooth finish, the exterior of the C-2400 features a ribbed surface for increased strength and added visual appeal. Unique box-stile design with full 2″ thickness and 3″ width, plus tongue-and-groove construction, add vertical stability and strength. The stiles are continuously bonded to the skin surface with high strength adhesive, resulting in the strongest possible unit.

MATERIALS & CONSTRUCTION

Wayne-Dalton’s C-2400 steel sectional doors feature pre-finished interior and exterior skins on nominal 24-gauge hot-dipped galvanized steel sections roll-formed to a full 2″ thickness for ultimate strength and durability. 3″ wide fully-fitted boxed stiles are adhered with adhesive, preventing rust and leakage associated with rivets. Standard bottom door seal along with optional seals on the perimeter and between sections greatly reduce air leakage, adding to the thermal efficiency of the building.

Additional options include insulation and weather stripping that provide a U-value of 0.13 and an R-value of 7.60; factory installed vision lites or aluminum full view sections; electric operator; and special engineering to meet windload requirements.

Wayne Dalton - ThermoMark 5150 Insulated Sectional Door

The ThermoMark™ 5150 and 5200 doors combine strength, insulation and aesthetic appeal for those applications that require all three features. Made of hot-dipped galvanized steel, they are designed with a woodgrain finish in either a raised panel or flush profile in a variety of colors. Foamed-in-place polyurethane insulation helps keep energy costs to heat or cool the building a minimum, offering year round comfort while also helping to provide quieter door operation.

Popular in a wide variety of commercial and industrial applications, the ThermoMark 5150/5200 offers a strong combination of characteristics, including strength, rigidity, longer life and energy efficiency at a highly competitive price.

The ThermoMark 5150/5200 is manufactured using our patented, continuous foamed-in-place technology, in which the polyurethane core is securely bonded to hot-dipped galvanized inner and outer skins.This process gives the ThermoMark 5150/5200 outstanding thermal, strength, and bonding characteristics while creating a door that is significantly more efficient than conventional insulated steel doors. A designed-in joint seal also helps save energy by preventing air filtration. Optional factory glazed windows and aluminum full view panels, combined with two standard finishes (white and brown),can help ensure that the ThermoMark 5150/5200 meets your aesthetic requirements as well.

Materials & Construction

The ThermoMark 5150/5200 is designed for easy installation, rugged durability and longer life. Features such as the 18-gauge steel end caps give the ThermoMark 5150/5200 increased rigidity, while the factory finished interior and exterior hot-dipped,galvanized skins make installation easier, add life to the door and provide greater durability. The ThermoMark 5150/5200 also features hardware plates at all fastener points to add durability and extend the life of the door.

Contact Wayne-Dalton for additional sizes and colors.