Overhead Door of Austin

Overhead Door- Model 640 Rolling Fire Counter Door

Standard labels available include a 3 hour UL Class A rating for masonry applications, or a 1-1/2 hour UL Class B label for non-masonry fire walls (3 hour for non-masonry is available upon request). These doors are designed to expand upward in a fire, allowing the guides to be installed flush with the sill. Their compact, box-like form also provides an attractive finished appearance that requires minimum side-room. The 640 Series door has exposed components made of primed galvanized steel.

A 1-1/2 hour UL fire-rated countertop with fire-resistant core is an available option offered in a variety of popular decorative laminate finishes. A fusible link is mounted to automatically close the door in case of fire. Additional safety and protection features are available, including: Fire Sentinel®, FireLite® vision lites, smoke detectors, horns and strobes.

The 640 Series fire-rated counter fire door is UL approved. FM labels are available on with the addition of FM approved flame baffle option.

Labels - masonry

3 hour; UL (FM approved with flame baffle)

Labels – non-masonry

1-1/2 hour and 3 hour; UL (FM approved with flame baffle)

NFPA-80 compliant


24-month limited


Interlocking flat slats and hood are primed galvanized steel with baked-on polyester powder coated top coat. Standard top coat colors are white, brown, gray or tan.

Fusible link for added safety

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

Controlled rate of descent

Governor controls rate of door descent during a fire

Attractive appearance

Compact box guide design for an attractive appearance

Upward-expanding guide design

Allows for flush to counter top installation

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