Additional support on horizontal sections of the garage door. It is attached to the inside of the door and prevents bulging or caving in. It also aids in the garage doors wind load capacity.
A large, sturdy screw made of wood. It has a coarse thread and square or hexagonal head.
This is created when sections of the garage door overlap the openings on each door jamb.
This joint creates a secure seal between sections of the door to protect from bad weather. It is formed by the elevated back of a section joint connecting with the lowered front portion of another section joint.
A mechanism that shines a laser onto the dashboard of the car entering the garage. This allows the driver to park safely and consistently within the garage.
An automated device that locks the garage door.
Occurs when force is exerted from the side or to the side.
* Bracket- A support system that allows the attachment of cables and installation of rollers. It is located at the bottom of the garage door.
* Cables/safety cables-This allows the garage door to be lifted and lowered. Depending on the weight of the garage door, the cables could have more steel wire and/or be broader. These cables are connected to the bottom brackets and drums. Safety cables are installed with extension spring systems and hold the spring in place in the event it should break.
* Clearance- This is the space between the header and the bottom of the horizontal track.
* Clearance Track-This track allows the garage door to lift well above the garage door opening before it transitions to lying flat.
* Handle- This handle allows the garage door to be opened manually rather than with an electric opener.
* Plate- This allows for the garage door to be opened manually and also serves as a step down plate.
This is a safety feature that will stop the automated device from operating when a person is caught in its path.
Glazing that is installed in a door.
* Bar with Cremon- The cremone can be pivoted either outside or inside of the garage door and will cause the door to lock in place by pushing lock bars onto the path of the track.
* Lock- on Bottom Roller Bracket-This bracket, located at the bottom of the garage door, holds track rollers and allows for the attachment of lifting cables.
* Strike- This plate, when used with a locking system, ensures the functionality of the locking feature.
A circuit board that is the control center for the operation of the garage door. When electric equipment, like keypads and openers are not operating, there could be an issue with the logic board.
Equipment used for garage door systems that contain aluminum, Dura+ accessories, and corrosion-resistant steel. They are long-lasting and reliable.
A roller with a length of seven inches or greater.
This device is sensitive to disruptions within its magnetic field and signals for a garage door to open or close. It can be installed inside or outside of a building within six feet.
An opening that allows venting through screens or slats.
Equipment that allows a garage door to function when headroom is minimal.
When minimal headroom is present, these low headroom parts allow a garage door to work properly.
This is the shortest distance from the axis of the shaft to the middle of the cable that is a part of the cable peel off point within the cable drums.
An acronym that means “left side looking out.”
Lubricant is a material that can be used for lubrication. When lubricating an item, it becomes glossy and can cut down on friction.