Motor Operated Fire Door offers foolproof drop testing.

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Rated for up to 4 hr of protection on masonry or sheetrock walls, Model FD30MC fire door also features UL S label for smoke and draft protection. It uses ½ hp motor rated for 10 cycles/hr with standard gearhead reduction to operate fire doors in openings up to 150 ft² in area. Optional awning crank over-ride, also included, enables emergency operation during power loss. Limits are driven during drop testing and require no resetting, and there is no tension loss during activation.



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Janus Announces New Motor Operated Fire Door



(Temple, GA) Janus International has released an exciting new motor operated fire door system that allows dealers to buy very competitive fire protection with proven floor level testing and optional awning crank over-ride for emergency operation during power loss. Rated for up to four hours of protection on masonry or sheetrock walls, it also features the UL S label for smoke and draft protection. "The Model FD30MC fire door uses a ½ HP motor rated for 10 cycles per hour with standard gearhead reduction to reliably operate fire doors in openings up to 150 square feet in area," states David Dawdy, commercial products manager. "The limits are driven during drop testing and require no resetting, and there is no tension loss during activation. These features, coupled with a simple onboard mechanical disconnect, allow foolproof drop testing and resetting from any position within a matter of seconds." The Model FD30MC is supplied with three fusible links and may be activated by heat or by a failsafe release device. It is UL325 compliant and may be purchased with a wide variety of optional fire protection equipment.

Janus International is a leading manufacturer of rolling doors for the self storage, commercial and industrial markets. Headquartered in Temple, GA, Janus has four U.S. facilities and joint ventures in the U.K. and Mexico. For more information on our products, visit www.janusintl.com.

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