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Full Duty Non-Insulated Service Doors 6000

6000 Series Non-Insulated Models: 6180 - 6181 - 6200 - 6201 - 6220 - 6221 - 6244 - 6266

The Series 6000 roll-up garage doors are engineered and designed for maximum strength and durability. Available in both insulated and non-insulated, the Series 6000 line is an industrial product built without shortcuts to provide a high degree of confidence for specifiers and end users. The rolling non-insulated service doors are available in a host of slat profiles, gauges, and color options for design flexibility and to meet the rigorous applications for use.


Rolling Steel non-insulated doors are available in a variety of gauges, insulation and options to achieve your project requirements.

Non-Insulated Models: Gauge & Slat Profile
  • 6180: 18 gauge/Curved Slat
  • 6181: 18 gauge/Flat Slat
  • 6200: 20 gauge/Curved Slat
  • 6201: 20 gauge/Flat Slat
  • 6220: 22 gauge/Curved Slat
  • 6221: 22 gauge/Flat Slat
  • 6244: Aluminum/Flat Slat
  • 6266: 22 gauge Stainless Steel/Flat

Operation: Manual push-up, chain hoist (standard) or motor operation

Available Standard Colors:
  • Gray or White for models 6180 and 6181
  • Gray, White, or Galvanized for models 6200 and 6201
  • Gray, White, Tan, Brown, or Galvanized for models 6220, 6221
  • Clear Anodized for model 6244
  • #4 finish for model 6266

Powder coat: 188 RAL powder coat color options*
*not available for models 6244 and 6266

Half-hexagonal formed hoods deliver superior structural rigidity and aesthetic appeal

Options and accessories available

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F2.5 Flat Slat Detail
Models 6181,6201, 6221

F2.7 Flat Slat Detail
Models 6244, 6266

F2.5 Perforated Flat Slat Detail
Optional for model 6201

Flat Slat Curtain- Exterior Detail

C2.6 Curved Slat Detail
Models 6180, 6200, 6220

Curved Slat Curtain- Exterior Detail
  • 6180: 18 gauge/Curved Slat, 30'0" max std. width / 28'0" max std. height
  • 6181: 18 gauge/Flat Slat, 30'0" max std. width / 28'0" max std. height
  • 6200: 20 gauge/Curved Slat. 28'4" max std. width / 28'0" max std. height
  • 6201: 20 gauge/Flat Slat, 28'4" max std. width / 28'0" max std. height
  • 6220: 22 gauge/Curved Slat, 20'4" max std. width / 20'4" max std. height
  • 6221: 22 gauge/Flat Slat, 20'4" max std. width / 20'4" max std. height
  • 6244: Aluminum/Flat Slat, 14'4" max std. width / 18'4" max std. height
  • 6226: 22 gauge Stainless Steel/Flat, 18'4" max std. width / 20'4" max std. height

White Exterior

Gray Exterior

Galvanized Exterior

Tan Exterior

Brown Exterior
Stainless Steel Door
Stainless Steel with #4 finish
Aluminum Curtain
Aluminum curtain with clear anodized finish
  • Malleable, zinc-placted cast iron endlocks and windlocks maintain curtain alignment and increase windload capacity. Galvanized malleable cast endlocks are fastened to every other slat. Windlocks are added as dictated by door size & windload requirement.
  • Windload: Designed to withstand a minimum of 20 lbs psf (per sq feet) of windload to an amount that prevents curtain per square foot of windload deflection to prevent buckling or being blown out of the guides.



5" x 1-1/8" lites available in a variety of patterns

Vision Panels


  • Unique half-hexagonal shape is more rigid and easier to handle and install than more traditional round hoods.
  • Fabricated from minimum 24 gauge galvanized steel sheet shaped to fit within the headplates.
  • Model 6244: 24 gauge painted steel (standard) or optional 20 gauge (0.032) clear anodized aluminum hood
  • Model 6266: 24 gauge painted steel (standard) or optional 24 gauge #4 stainless steel hood
  • Intermediate hood support(s) furnished as required.
  • Available in colors/finishes to match curtain.
Half Hex Hood

Mounting Options

MOUNTING OPTIONS: Mount to Steel, Masonry or Wood Jambs

E Guides
Z Guides
(Wood or Masonry)
Between Jamb Mount
(Wood, Masonry, or Steel)
  • Fabricated from three (minimum 3/16”) structural steel angles bolted together to form guide channel.
  • Model 6244: Optional Clear anodized aluminum guides (includes steel wall & pack out angles)
  • Model 6266 can be specified with mill finish stainless steel guides
  • Guide angles include curtain stops & flared guides
  • 24" service panel is standard simplifying the replacement of damaged slats or bottom bar
  • Black painted standard finish for steel guides
  • Optional finishes include hot-dipped galvanize, cold sprayed galvanize, or RAL powder coat in 188 color options
  • Fabricated from minimum 1/4" steel plate.
  • Drive side of barrel to be provided with precision sealed ball bearing in cast iron housing
Between Jamb Mount
(Wood, Masonry, or Steel)

Headplates vary in size according to door size


Available with Chain-hoist (standard), Manual Push-up and Motor Operation

Chain-hoist operation
(comes standard)

Motor Operation

Motor Operation
  • Available in 1/3 to 5 HP as required; single- or three-phase available
  • Refer to the motor operator area chart to select operator type based on dimensions and gauge
  • Choose between wall mount or front of headplate mount. Use the charts to determine headroom, sideroom and backroom clearance requirements.
  • Spring tension assembly within barrel by precision ball bearings.
  • Assembly designed for 20,000 cycle life springs (Standard). Higher cycles optional

Door Options

  • Manual push-up doors furnished with interior slide bolt locks with padlock provision standard.
  • Chain hoist doors operated doors furnished with chain hoist keeper suitable for padlocking
Slide Lock Bolts

Located on the drive shaft, these breaks sense a sudden increase in rpm and apply immediate braking to prevent curtain free-fall.

Inertia Brakes

Designed for those applications where the floor or sill of the opening is sloped due to the building being built on an incline (think San Francisco or Pittsburgh). This option provides a secure closure to the opening even without the traditional 90 degree squared openings at the floor level.

The C.H.I. superimposed rolling steel door is two doors sharing a single pair of head plates and wall angles. The door is designed for applications that require maximum security and an environmental barrier some of the time and allow airflow and security at other times. A number of different door and grille combinations are possible. These superimposed door designs are preferred in many commercial, industrial, defense, and food service applications.

Super-Imposed Door
Super-Imposed Door