A RICH PALETTE OF COLORS
The G-1000 model is available in 10 colors, such as Grey, Savana, Tundra, Blue Heron, and Evergreen. It is coated with polyester-based baked paint that resists corrosion. This model features a unique texture reminiscent of rustic wood grain, and customers may choose from 2 types of embossing, and 2 to 4 horizontal grooves that can molded into each panel. The G-1000 commercial door is made of 1 ¾" thick aluminum. It is injected with polyurethane foam, which ensures a thermal insulation factor of R-16. As a result, given that the hardware supports much less weight, the door system will last longer. If you need an oversize garage door, the G-1000 is the most logical choice.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
A HIGH-PRESSURE INJECTED POLYURETHANE
- Stronger and more energy-efficient insulation
- Solidly bonded to the steel sheets providing a section that is resistant to flexion.
- Pre-painted (5 coats),
0.60 mm thick
aluminum is ideal for large-sized doors.
Being very lightweight helps to extend
the life of the components for doors with
a large number of operation cycles.
C INTERLOKTM TRIPLE-CONTACT JOINTS
- Sections are strengthened by 2 steel
walls joined together with mechanical
interlocking joints which are more solid
than just two bonded walls.
- Their mechanical thermal breaks are
more efficient compared to thermal
breaks made with glue.
- Triple-contact joints provide 2
times more weathertightness
than those of the competition.
D METAL REINFORCEMENT PLATES
- Provide stronger fastening for hinges
and struts. These 14-gauge plates are
2 times thicker than 20-gauge plates
used by other manufacturers.
E WOOD END BLOCKS
- Provide a thermal break that is more
effective than steel end caps which
form a thermal bridge.
- As structural elements of the sections,
the kiln-dried pine wood end blocks
are installed at the outer ends of the
section. They are stronger than insulation
covered with a steel cap.
F LAG SCREW SYSTEM
- Provides much better fastening of
the end hinges. The lag screws engage
8 threads into the wood, compared to
a self-tapping screw going through a
steel end cap engaging only about
2 or 3 threads.
1 Aluminum walls
- Thickness of 0.023” (0.60 mm)
- Pre-painted aluminum with five coats of protective finish. Baked-on
polyester paint. Can be repainted and is corrosion-resistant.
- Woodgrain finish on both sides of the door.
2 1 ¾" (44.5 mm) insulated door with high-pressure injected polyurethane foam
ensuring a high thermal-resistance rating of R-16 (RSI 2.8 or k= 0.357 W/m2K)
and the solidity of a composite material.
3 InterLokTM joints between each section:
- Mechanical joints ensure stronger sections with walls of each panel
mechanically interlocked (not only bonded by the polyurethane).
- Mechanical thermal break avoids heat transfer between the interior
and exterior walls of each section.
- Triple-contact joint prevents air infiltration.
4 U-shaped tubular bottom weatherstripping made of thermoplastic
elastomer (TPE) ensures the weathertightness of the threshold.
R emains flexible and watertight during cold weather, to -62°F (-52°C).
5 Flexible top weatherstripping 2 ½” (64 mm) and aluminum extrusion
for aluminum doors of 10’ (3048 mm) wide and over.
6 Wood end blocks made of kiln-dried pine (grade 4). With our lag screw system,
ensure better fastening of the end hinges. They also provide a thermal break
which prevents thermal bridging.
7 14-gauge steel reinforcement plates placed inside the door for solidly attaching
hinges and struts.
Door weight: 1.55 lb/ft2 (7.6 kg/m2)
COLORSThe accuracy of colors on the website may vary depending on your screen settings. To see the true colors, please contact your local Garaga dealer for a sample.
2 Grooves 4 Grooves
Widths (In 1” (25 mm) increments) : From 4’ to 29’6” (1.2 m to 9 m)
Heights (In 1” (25 mm) increments) : From 6’ to 24’ (1.8 m to 7. 3 m)
21” x 13” (533 mm x 330 mm)
Glass: see details below
Colors: White, Brown, Claystone, Desert
Sand, Black and Dark Sand.
26” x 13” (660 mm x 330 mm)
G-4400 Sections (Full Vision)
Colors: White, Black and Anodized
See details on pages 10 and 11 in the brochure.
|Thermopane Windows||Single glass (3 mm)||Polycarbonate (3 mm)|
|Clear, Satin, Wired, Tempered, Laminated or Tinted||Clear, Satin, Tempered or Tinted||Single or Thermal (Sealed):
Clear or Tinted|
|Single Pane||Fluted Polycarbonate ||Single Polycarbonate |
|Clear, Satin, Tempered, Laminated or Tinted||Clear or Bronze||Clear or Tinted|
|Sealed Windows||Sealed Polycarbonate (thermal)|
|Clear, Satin, Wired, Glue Chip, Low-e, Tempered, Laminated or Tinted||Clear|
- 2" (50 mm), 13-gauge or 14-gauge
- 3" (76 mm), 12-gauge
| ||2" Commercial Light Duty||2" Commercial Heavy Duty||3" Industrial|
| || || |
Welded, made of galvanized steel and secured with mounting brackets
|2’’ (50 mm), 14-gauge||2’’ (50 mm), 13-gauge||3’’ (76 mm), 12-gauge|
|Reinforcement for horizontal tracks|
2’’ x 2’’ (50 mm x 50 mm) steel bracket
- under 650 lb (250 kg) = 13-gauge
- over 650 lb (250 kg) = 8-gauge 1
- under 650 lb (250 kg) = 13-gauge
- over 650 lb (250 kg) = 8-gauge 1
|With ball bearings|
|10,000-cycle spring supported by a 1’’ (25 mm) 14-gauge steel tube||10,000-cycle spring supported by a 1’’ (25 mm) 2 solid zinc-plated keyway shaft||10,000-cycle spring supported by a 1’’ (25 mm) 2 solid zinc-plated keyway shaft|
In galvanized steel, installed
on door sections
|- From 12’4’’ (3.8 m) to 16’3” (4.9 m): 2 1⁄4” (57 mm), 22-gauge struts|
- From 16’4’’ (5 m) and more: 3’’ (76 mm), 22-gauge struts
|Hardware options|| |
|Precision end bearing plate 3||For 650 lb (250 kg) doors and over, to provide stronger support for the opening|
system of the door.
|Double hinges||Recommended for doors 14’ and wider, for a more stable mounting system.|
|11-gauge hinges||For very wide and very heavy doors, |
1 000 lb (453 kg) and over
|12-gauge continuous angle||Provides stronger attachment of the tracks on the wall.|
|1 1⁄4” (30 mm) solid shart||Provides more strength to the spring system.|
|Bridge strut||Ensures better resistance to wind load (see drawing on page 23).|
|Safety bottom brackets||For a safer door system. If the lifting cables break, these brackets stop the fall of the door.|
|Tension bridge reinforcement||For very wide doors (18’ 3” wide and over), prevent warping of the steel door sections, meaning the curving of sections which can|
be caused by indoor and outdoor temperature differences.
|Precision rollers||Machined steel: recommended for heavy doors and dusty environments.|
Black nylon: made of rigid plastic, they reduce the noise of the door in motion.
Rubber: ensure smooth rolling and are recommended to reduce the noise of the door in motion (ideal for condo or apartment).
NB-SS: with a stainless stem, ideal for car washes.
|C-shaped or bumper springs||For a softer stop, they are recommended for all manually-operated doors with a high-lift track or a full vertical track|
(see drawings on pages 21 and 22).
|Pusher springs||Highly recommended for large size doors with a standard lift (see drawing on page 21) with a Jackshaft opener installed beside the|
door. They ensure the good tautness of the lifting cables when the door is operating.
|Chain hoist||For easier closing and opening of a door operated manually.|
|"Z" or "L“ style track guards||Protect the tracks in high-traffic areas (ex.: forklifts). (see drawings on page 22)|
|High-cycle springs||Recommended for intense uses of more then 50 operation cycles per day. Vary from 25,000 to 200,000 cycles.|