Overhead Door of Austin

Overhead Door - FireKing 634 Series - Rolling Steel Fire Rated Service Door

The 634 Series rolling steel fire door is designed for masonry and non-masonry mounted applications including: facilities with paint booths, file rooms, material storage locations, warehouses, shared walls between businesses, public record storage, and public buildings such as libraries. Customized fire doors are available for conveyor openings. The 634 Series fire door is available with a UL 4 hour label or UL oversized door label.

These doors feature a mechanical auto resettable hoist (non-motorized) that enables easy drop test and reset of the fire door in just seconds. Fusible links are mounted on both sides of the wall that separate to automatically close the door in case of fire. Additional safety and protection features are available, including: Fire Sentinel® time-delay release device, FireLite® vision lites, smoke detectors, horns, and strobes.

Max width

41’2” (12548 mm)

Max height

25’4” (7722 mm)


Galvanized or Stainless steel, in a variety of gauges

Slat profile available in curved or flat

Standard finish available in gray, tan, white or brown

Labels available for masonry or non-masonry applications

UL 4 hr

UL oversized door

NFPA-80, New York City and state of California (CSFM) compliant

Mechanical auto resettable hoist (non-motorized)

Enables easy drop test and reset of fire door in seconds

Fusible link for added safety

Fusible link separates at 165°F (74°C) to automatically close the door in case of fire

Viscous governor technology

Controls rate of door descent during a fire while reducing noise and vibration for quieter door operation

Innovative planetary gear design

Ensures years of reliable service and drop-out performance

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