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March 24, 2014 - Offering solution for sensitive, high-traffic areas, Cornell’s ExtremeŽ 1024 Performance Door and Cookson’s Cycle-MasterŽ 1024 Performance Door are fully operational under wind loads up to 10 PSF and can withstand maximum wind load of 20 PSF. Steel coiling doors feature inertia brake for added safety and meet UL 325-2010 entrapment protection requirements. Specially formulated finish and patent-pending anti-wear device help preserve aesthetics throughout lifecycle.

Cornell and Cookson Introduce Unique High Speed, High Cycle Rolling Steel Door Design Proven to Perform for Over 1 Million Cycles


The Cookson Company, Inc.
P.O. Box 23880
Phoenix, AZ, 85063
USA



Press release date: March 20, 2014

Design Combines High Performance Benefits with the Security of a Steel Door

Mountain Top, PA — Now, the superior security and durability of a steel coiling door is available in a unique design capable of traveling at a higher rate of speed, with a design life of over 1 million cycles.

The Cookson Company, Inc. and Cornell Iron Works, Inc., both brands of CIW Enterprises, Inc., now offer a coiling door that travels three times faster than traditional rolling steel doors, yet still provides operational efficiency for over 1 million cycles. The long term combination of speed and security available only from Cornell’s ExtremeŽ 1024 Performance Door and Cookson’s Cycle-MasterŽ 1024 Performance Door provide building owners with a superior solution for sensitive, high traffic openings.

The innovative 1024 design is fully operational under wind loads up to 10 PSF and can withstand a maximum windload of 20 PSF. They feature an industry leading inertia brake for added safety and are the only high performance doors to meet the Underwriter Laboratories 325-2010 entrapment protection requirements.

In addition to safety, speed and security, 1024 Doors have the lowest lifetime cost and lowest cost per cycle when compared to other high speed slatted products. And, the 1024 Doors’ specially formulated finish and patent-pending anti-wear device help preserve aesthetics throughout their lifecycle. All backed by a Limited 5-Year Warranty on mechanical and electrical components.

Cookson and Cornell are leading rolling door manufacturers with facilities in Phoenix, AZ, Gastonia, NC and Mountain Top, PA. Since 1828, the companies that comprise CIW Enterprises, Inc. have time and again demonstrated their commitment to meeting the real needs of the market. Whether seeking quality, performance, reliability or overall satisfaction, customers have always known that they can rely on Cornell and Cookson’s history of innovation.

Please visit Extreme 1024 Performance Door or Cycle-Master 1024 Performance Door online for full product and application benefit details. For additional assistance, you can email our architectural design departments at ADS@cornelliron.com or ADS@cooksondoor.com,  or contact them at either 800.233.8366 or 800.294.4356.

Contact:
Sean Smith
VP Sales
CIW Enterprises
Sean.Smith@cornellcookson.com
570.474.6773 ext. 4579
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