A type of support that’s used to secure torsion spring assemblies of vertical doors above the opening on the wall.
The 3 hole adjustable clip is also known as a lansing bracket. This bracket is used on extension spring doors and helps to adjust the cable length of the garage door. An adjustable clip is also compatible with the S hook.
Also known as the winding cone this part allows for the tension and winding of the torsion spring as it fits right into the spring.
This is what permits the winding and tension of the torsion spring and it is secured right into the spring itself. It can also be called the winding plug or winding cone as well.
Also known as the winding plug or adjustable cone this part allows for the torsion springs ending and tension.
This part is also referred to as an aircraft-type cable and it is several strands braided together of galvanized wire rope.
When air leaks or escapes from a garage door system.
This allows the spring to be secured to the center bracket and is placed into the end of the torsion spring.
An anchoring plate is an “L” shaped bracket that is sometimes welded to the tracks to prevent adjustments. This bracket secures the garage door track to the wall to keep it secure.
This lateral brace is attached to the back hang and the ceiling or roof.
This L-shaped steel material is used to brace the rear of the horizontal tracks to the ceiling or roof construction.
A locking device that is automatic and is sometimes also known as an automatic latch.
A device that is used to automatically lock the garage door.
A mechanism that is used on the installation that requires rapid door opening without an electric operator.