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Clopay Commercial Introduces Model 157C Roll-Up Sheet Doors


Clopay Commercial Products introduces Model 157C mini warehouse and commercial roll-up sheet doors in a corrugated steel-panel design. The doors are designed to fit openings up to 12 feet by 14 feet and are available in 19 standard stock colors. Insulation is optional.

Fabricated from 26-gauge galvanized steel curtains interlocked and seamed together for the full height of door, the Model 157C features a 16-gauge universal-guide design, which allows the doors to be mounted directly to wood, steel, concrete or masonry block without any modification to the jambs. Self-lubricating nylon wearstrips are attached to the curtain to prevent metal-to-metal contact and muffle sound.

Additional features include a heavy-duty angle-bottom bar, a full bulb-type bottom weatherstrip, factory lubricated oil-tempered helical torsion springs, and a 12-inch drum. The door’s ratchet-spring tension assembly enables installers to easily fine tune the initial tension of the springs using a ½-inch drive ratchet wrench. Increments of 1/8 turn are possible.

The curtains are pre-painted inside and out, and finished with a baked-on silicone polyester top coat for superior rust-resistance in any environment. The paint system is backed by a 40-year warranty against cracking, checking or peeling, and has a 25-year warranty against fading or chalking.

Doors over 10 feet wide and 10 feet high operate with a standard chain hoist. The doors can also be ordered prepped for an electric opener; the in-tube Pantheon opener is also available.

Clopay Building Products, a manufacturer of residential garage doors and a supplier of commercial overhead sectional and rolling-steel doors, has two manufacturing facilities and 51 distribution centers across the U.S. and Canada.


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