droptrac - Frank Door Company

droptrac - Frank Door Company
DROPTRAC™
SLIDING
WALL GUIDE
SLIDING
FLOOR GUIDE
BIPARTING
WALL GUIDE
BIPARTING
FLOOR GUIDE
INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
DOOR COMPANY
413 HOWARD BLVD.
NEWPORT, NC 28570
1.888.833.3667
FAX 252.223.1116
WWW.FRANKDOOR.COM
DO NOT DISCARD
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INSTALLATION GUIDELINES
FOR HORIZONTAL SLIDERS
BEFORE YOU INSTALL YOUR DOOR
PLEASE REVIEW THESE BASIC GUIDELINES
1. All doors must be installed on plumb walls.
Any walls out of plumb will require that the door
frames be shimmed back to plumb. All door
frames must be installed plumb and square to
insure proper operation and warranty.
2. All headers and side casings should be
securely fastened to the wall on which they are
installed.
3. Doors mounted on insulated panels should
have backup headers and backup casings to
help strengthen the opening.
4. Doors mounted on very tall panel walls will
require support steel to be added to the wall
around the door opening. Support steel, if
required, is to be supplied and specified by
others.
5. Check that the inside of the header track is
free of any debris that may impede the travel of
the wheel assemblies before operating the door.
6. The exterior and interior edges of headers
and side casings should be caulked with silicone
to prevent any moisture migration behind the
components that may cause frost or sweating.
TOOLS REQUIRED
Typical
15/16” Wrench
9/16” Wrench
1/2” Wrench
Drill
Hammer Drill
9/16” Socket
3/8” Masonry Bit
Caulk and Caulk Gun
3 Clamps
Sawsall (Metal Blade) or Hack Saw
Plumb Bob
Level
Tape Measure
Ladders or Electric Lift
Shims (May Be Required)
Lag Bolts
P3 Drill Tip
Long 1/4” Drill Bit
Carriage Bolts
Long 3/8” Drill Bit
Nylon Bolts
Long 1/2” Drill Bit
Power Doors
Crimping Tool
Phillips Screwdriver
NOTICE: Always consult and comply with all
local electrical codes. Ensure that the licensed
electrician is aware of the voltage and amperage
requirements of the door and uses the proper
size wire and power supply. All freezer doors
should be supplied with an uninterrupted and
separate power supply for the anti-frost heaters.
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INSTALLATION PROCEDURE FOR
MANUAL/ELECTRIC HORIZONTAL
SLIDERS
1. Check & inspect all
crates for damage. Freight
company is responsible for
any damage. Purchaser
should file claims
with freight company
immediately.
2. ALL DOORS & DOOR
FRAMES MUST BE
INSTALLED PLUMB &
SQUARE TO ENSURE
PROPER OPERATION &
WARRANTY VALIDATION.
Verify that walls are plumb.
Any walls out of plumb
will require that door
frames be shimmed back
to plumb. After it has been
established that walls are
plumb, installation of side
casings, header and door(s)
can begin.
3. Place side casings on
wall & ensure that inside
edge of each casing is flush
with sides of door opening.
Attach each front casing
to wall by inserting screws
into each pre-drilled hole.
If there are backup casings,
use carriage bolts. Note:
Care should be taken when
installing heated casings
so as not to damage heater
wires.
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3b. Ensure that the
provided fasteners are
installed in each of the
holes along the casing. If
lag bolts are being used
for fastening the header,
use only wood screws
with finish washers on the
vertical casings.
Wood Screws
Carriage Bolt
4. Place header with track
assembly on top of side
casings. On biparting
header, center the header
over the opening, as seen in
step 4b. Verify that header
is level and flush with the
top of the opening. Attach
header to wall with lags or
carriage bolts into each of
the pre-drilled holes along
the length of the header.
Make sure that the lags
are placed ABOVE track
assembly so that the gasket
on the back of the door has
free travel. Place one lag or
carriage bolt near bottom
of header on each end.
Note: Additional
wires may be
present depending
on door type.
Note: Care should be
taken when installing
heated headers so as
not to damage heater
wires.
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4b. For Bi-Parting Doors,
mount the header as
centered above the
opening.
Bi-Parting Only
4c. Fasten header to wall
using the provided header
fasteners.
Lag Bolt
Carriage Bolt
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5. Remove lower nut &
two washers on each roller
assembly bolt located in
header track and remove
the metal plate.
6. Carefully set bottom
of door(s) next to bottom
of casings. Do not drag
door as damage will occur
to sweep bottom. If the
door(s) has a floor guide
system, allow door(s)
to rest on two wooden
blocks that are attached to
Bottom Door Guide Rail.
Lift door(s) to its upright
position and place roller
assembly bolts into slots of
corner door brackets.
7. Install fender washer,
lock washers and nuts to
roller assembly bolts. Lock
roller assemblies to hanger
brackets by tightening nuts.
Sliding Door brackets
are shipped in optimal
configuration, but can be
adjusted if necessary.
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8. After correct door height
adjustment has been made,
slightly tighten locking nuts
on the roller assembly bolts.
Open door and if present,
remove two wooden blocks
that are attached to Bottom
Door Guide Rail(s). DO NOT
DISCARD BLOCKS!
NOTE: WOODEN BLOCKS
ARE USED TO INDICATE
PROPER DOOR HEIGHT
FROM FLOOR. SWEEP
GASKET SHOULD
CONTACT FLOOR WHEN
CLOSED AND RAISE OFF
FLOOR WHEN OPEN. IF
GASKETS DRAG, DOOR IS
IMPROPERLY HUNG.
FOR WALL GUIDE
INSTALLATION, SKIP
TO PAGE 8.
9. CRITICAL STEP!
With door(s) in closed
position, slide Bottom
Door Guide(s) underneath
trailing edge side of Bottom
Door Guide Rail(s) and
position as follows: Bottom
Door Guide(s) should be
positioned approximately
4”, 5” or 5 1/2”-- depending
on door thickness-- away
from the face of the trailing
edge side casing to back
of Bottom Door Guide(s).
With door(s) in closed
position, the trailing edge
end of Bottom Door Guide(s)
should extend approximately
2” beyond trailing edge of
door(s). Mark center of
two slots of Bottom Door
Guide(s) on floor. Insert
anchor bolts (provided). DO
NOT TIGHTEN ANCHOR
BOLTS AT THIS TIME!
IF THERE IS NO WALL
GUIDE, SKIP TO PAGE 11.
Note: 5” for a 5”
door, 5 1/2” for
a 5 1/2” door
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WALL GUIDE
10. Attach the Wall Guide
Hook (found in the parts box)
to the door with the roller
facing up with the two bolts
and shim block.
11. With door in closed
position, slide the aluminum
Wall Guide Track over the
top of the wheel on the
Wall Guide Hook, ensuring
a minimum 1/2” clearance
between the bottom of the
Wall Guide Track & the top
of the Wall Guide Hook.
12. Place the aluminum
Wall Guide against the wall
and using a level, draw a
line at the top of the Wall
Guide. After drawing a line,
measure 1 3/4” down from
line and depending on how
many nylon threaded rods
you received, mark equally
spaced holes.
13. Drill 1/2” holes where
the nylon threaded rods will
be inserted.
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WALL GUIDE
14. Remove shipping tape
from the backside of the
Wall Guide Drop mounting
bracket and remove bracket
from aluminum Wall Guide.
Slide the Wall Guide onto
the square heads of the
threaded rods.
15. Reinsert the Wall Guide
Drop mounting bracket
back into the aluminum Wall
Guide.
16. Remove Wall Guide
Hook.
17. Attach the aluminum
Wall Guide to the wall by
inserting the threaded rods
into the 1/2” drilled holes.
Use all threaded rods;
number of threaded rods will
vary based on panel size.
18. Attach the Wall Guide
Drop mounting bracket to
the side of the trailing edge
casing with screws.
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WALL GUIDE
19. Attach the Wall Guide
Hook (found in the parts box)
to the door with the roller
facing up with the two bolts
and shim block.
NOTE: WALL GUIDE CASINGS ARE NOT THE
SAME. THE 4” CASING GOES ON THE TRAILING
EDGE.
SLIDE LEFT
SLIDE RIGHT
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20. CRITICAL STEP! After
Bottom Door Guide(s) or
Wall Guide(s) has been
properly installed, adjust
door(s) for proper seal
between door gaskets and
header and side casings.
Open door(s) approximately
6” into door opening.
Gasket at top of door(s)
should be approximately
1/8” from header. This
dimension will ensure a
proper seal once door(s) is
fully closed.
21. Close door(s) and check all four sides for
proper seal. Take wooden block (previously
removed from Bottom Door Guide Rail) and
place between gasket track and at top of one
of the side casings. Move block down entire
length of casing. Block should fit snugly.
Repeat step for other side casing. Adjust door
as necessary.
22. On biparting doors, ensure that both panels
are parallel to each other and that they close
and seal with each other properly. If door(s)
does not seal properly, adjustments can be
made by adjusting roller assembly bolts.
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23. After correct seal
adjustment has been made,
tighten locking nuts on roller
assembly bolts.
24. To adjust the panels
horizontally, loosen the nut
on the bottom of the trolley
and the bolt will slide left and
right inside the trolley body.
25. To adjust the panels in
or out, loosen the nut on top
of the panel and adjust for a
proper seal.
26. To adjust the height of
the Biparting panels, loosen
the nut on top of the panel
and using a 1/2” open end
wrench, turn the hanger
bolts and adjust the panels
to the correct height for a
proper seal. Open and close
door(s) to ensure smooth
operation and to verify that
door(s) is properly sealed
when in closed position.
Bi-Parting Only
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27. Tighten bolts on floor guide.
28. With door in closed position,
LE Hook Snubber on leading
edge side of door (single sliders
only) should fit snugly into casing
mounted “hook”. If necessary,
adjust Hook Snubber on door by
loosening bolts and sliding it until
it becomes snug. Tighten bolts
on LE Hook Snubber.
THE LE HOOK IS NOT A DOOR STOP.
Single Slide Only
29. On biparting doors, open
both panels to fully opened
positions and ensure that AntiLift Devices (if supplied) do not
make contact with the header
track. There should be approx.
1/8” clearance space between
the Anti-Lift Devices and the
header track when panels are
fully opened.
Bi-Parting Only
30. If doors are fitted with an
OPTIONAL Floor-Mounted Door
Stop, open door to fully opened
position and install floor-mounted
stop next to trailing edge side of
door with anchor bolts provided.
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31. Caulk exterior,
interior, and bottom
edges of side casings
and header with silicone
to prevent frost and
sweating.
32. FREEZER
DOORS SHOULD BE
SUPPLIED WITH AN
UNINTERRUPTED AND
SEPARATE POWER
SUPPLY. Ensure that
licensed electrician is
aware of voltage and
amperage requirements
of freezer door and uses
proper wire size and
power supply. Always
consult and comply with
all local electrical codes.
33. SJ cord on freezer
door should be routed to
a 120-volt electrical box
(not supplied) positioned
at trailing edge end of
header.
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DISCONNECT CABLE
(FOR POWER DOORS ONLY)
34. Using stainless steel
zip tie, attach the cable loop
from inside the panel to the
disconnect bracket. Pull
zip tie as tight as possible
without engaging the rocker
arm on the disconnect
bracket.
35. Remove the two phillips
head screws from the plastic
exterior cable guide.
36. Lay stainless steel cable
in plastic cable guide.
37. Reinstall the two phillips head
screws in the plastic cable guide cover.
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DISCONNECT CABLE
38. Remove stainless steel
cable guide and insert cable
through the guide. Re-fasten
guide.
EMERGENCY STOP
On a power door, an emergency
stop is provided to lock out the
door when needed. Pressing this
red button will cause the motor
to lock.
To unlock the motor, simply
rotate the button clockwise to
release.
Locked Position
(Padlock not provided)
Unlocked Position
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CHAIN LOCK
39. On a manual door, slide
padlock through eye bolt and
chain on side of door.
40. On single doors, drill a 3/8”
hole through the frame, 34.5”
from the floor and 3/4” from the
frame edge.
41. Insert the chain lock from
the interior, with the inside
emergency release knob flush
with wall or backup casing.
42. Screw on the provided chain
lock eye bolt until it fits snugly
against the casing.
43. Slide padlock through chain
and hasp to secure door.
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CHAIN LOCK
44. On power operated biparting
doors, a padlock may be inserted
through the emergency stop
hasp and the chain to lock the
doors in place.
Bi-Parting Only
45. On manual biparting doors, a
padlock may be inserted through
the chain and lock eye nut.
Bi-Parting Only
REVERSING EDGE
46. Uncoil the reversing edge
from trailing edge of door panel
and plug into trailing edge of
header. On biparting doors,
there will be two reversing edge
plugs on the side of each panel.
Install stabilizer screw.
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TOP RETURN JAMB
1. If foam is present in the bottom web of the back up header,
remove foam.
2. Using the pre-applied tape on galvanized bracket, adhere the
return jamb to the back up header.
3. Mount back-up header/return jamb assembly so the the front
edge of the PVC jamb compresses against the track header.
If you need additional help please contact factory.
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POWER OPERATED HORIZONTAL SLIDER
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
OVERVIEW OF YOUR POWER OPERATED DOOR
The door is driven by a three phase current motor with a cylinder-worm gear pair which moves a
#40 roller-link chain. The door is hung from a track which is unique to this product. Attachment
of the door to the chain is accomplished via a disconnect bracket. This disconnect bracket is
connected between the door leaf and the chain. In the event that the door needs to be operated
manually, due to a loss of power, the door may simply be opened/closed by hand after releasing
the chain disconnect.
All control circuitry is 24 volts.
There are many ways to activate your power operated door - use of two ceiling mounted pull
switches (one for the interior and exterior of box) and/or a 2-button (open/close, partial open)
station. The pull stations are standard and supplied with each door. For information about other
control devices, please contact the factory.
All power operated doors come equipped with a reversing edge.
BEFORE BEGINNING THE INSTALLATION
Read and be familiar with:
Installation Guidelines for Horizontal Sliders
Verify door has been installed as per:
Horizontal Slider Installation Details
An uninterrupted (dedicated) fused circuit must be provided to supply line voltage to the door’s
control box. Always provide a lockable power shut-off switch in close proximity to the door’s
control box as per:
T1000 Installation Guidelines
Always keep your hands clear of the drive chain when the door’s operator has power or when
the door may be moved manually.
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE FACTORY BEFORE POWERING UP YOUR
DOOR
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POWER OPERATED HORIZONTAL SLIDER
INSTALLATION AND OPERATION MANUAL
BEFORE SETTING UP THE POWER OPERATOR, MAKE SURE THAT THE DOOR
FUNCTIONS WELL AS A MANUALLY OPERATED DOOR. POWER OPERATION
WILL NOT CORRECT OR REMEDY ANY PROBLEMS OF A POORLY INSTALLED
OR FUNCTIONING MANUAL DOOR
After you are satisfied that your sliding door is properly adjusted and working well as a manual
slider, you are now ready to begin the process of providing for power operation of the door.
Note:
All control circuitry is 24 volts. Internal 24 volt supply cannot exceed 1 amp.
PULL SWITCH CONNECTIONS
(T1000 Installation Guide Page 3)
Mount pull switches to ceiling in a convenient location, far enough away from door opening
so as to allow sufficient time for door to open fully before any vehicle arrives at the opening.
Recommended wire size is 16-guage or less.
Two (2) pull switches are provided (one each for interior and exterior of box)
Note: Both pull switches should be wired in parallel and “normally open”. Connect both pull
switches to leads labeled “Open”.
REVERSING EDGE CONNECTIONS
(T1000 Installation Guide Page 6)
Plug in leads from reversing edge to connector on trailing edge side of header. On biparting
doors, there is a connector on each side of header.
When the edge is depressed (strikes an object), the hose in the reversing edge is compressed,
causing air to be forced against a diaphragm in the air switch which in turn causes a pair of
contacts to open and reverse (open) the door while it is closing.
Adjustment to the sensitivity of the reversing edge can be made by either turning in (more
sensitive) or out (less sensitive) the adjusting screw located on the air switch.
PLEASE TAKE EXTRA TIME TO ENSURE THAT YOUR OPERATOR IS WIRED CORRECTLY
IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL THE FACTORY BEFORE POWERING UP YOUR
DOOR
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HORIZONTAL SLIDER OPERATION AND
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
OUR DOORS ARE MANUFACTURED TO PROVIDE MANY YEARS OF RELIABLE AND
TROUBLE-FREE OPERATION WITH A MINIMUM OF MAINTENANCE, PROVIDED THAT
THE DOORS ARE INSTALLED BY QUALIFIED COLD STORAGE DOOR INSTALLERS AND
AS PER THE INSTALLATION MANUAL PROVIDED WITH EACH DOOR, HAS NOT BEEN
DAMAGED OR ALTERED IN ANY WAY OTHER THAN SPECIFIED BY A FACTORY AUTHORIZED
REPRESENTATIVE, AND THAT THE DOORS ARE CHECKED PERIODICALLY USING THE
SCHEDULE BELOW.
COOLER AND FREEZER DOORS ( MANUAL / ELECTRIC )
DAILY:
1. SMOOTH OPERATION
2. POSITIVE SEAL
3. DAMAGE
4. LOOSE, DAMAGED OR MISSING PARTS
WEEKLY:
1. GASKETS FOR TEARS, RIPS OR ANY OTHER DAMAGE
MONTHLY:
1. BOTTOM DOOR GUIDES, STAY ROLLERS, TROLLEYS AND WHEEL ASSEMBLIES FOR
PROPER ADJUSTMENT AND OPERATION
2. ALL FASTENERS
FREEZER DOORS ( MANUAL / ELECTRIC )
DAILY:
1. HEATER FOR PROPER OPERATION ( SHOULD HAVE UNINTERRUPTED AND SEPARATE
POWER SUPPLY)
ELECTRIC DOORS
DAILY:
1. REVERSING EDGE FOR PROPER OPERATION
2. PULL SWITCHES FOR PROPER OPERATION
MONTHLY:
1. DRIVE CHAIN TENSION AND LUBRICATION
PLEASE MAKE ANY AND ALL ADJUSTMENTS TO ENSURE SMOOTH OPERATION AND
POSITIVE SEAL AS REQUIRED PER INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS PROVIDED WITH EACH
DOOR. REPAIR AND/OR REPLACE ANY WORN, DAMAGED OR DEFECTIVE PART AS SOON AS
DETECTED.
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Warranty - The Frank Door Company warrants to the original owner of this product that the
door panel will be free of defective material and workmanship, for a period of five (5) years
and a two (2) year warranty on all other Frank Door Company manufactured components
(excluding normal wear parts), commencing with the date of shipment from the factory. Frank
Door Company warrants products or component parts used on the doors, but not manufactured
by Frank Door, to the purchaser, to the same extent that they are warranted by the original
manufacturer to Frank Door.
The warranty becomes valid upon the receipt of “Payment in Full” by Frank Door Company.
Only defects called to Frank Door Company’s attention during this period of time will be
covered under this warranty. This warranty is null and void if:
The door(s) are altered in any way without advanced written consent of the Frank Door
Company.
The door(s) are not installed within 120 days of original shipment.
Frank Door Company will not be responsible for any installation (labor) costs incurred during
replacement, or for replacement or repair of any materials subjected to excessive abuse,
misuse, or improper installation.
Frank Door will repair or replace at its discretion and at no charge, with freight prepaid (carrier
of Frank Door Company’s choice), any door or its component parts which are found defective
upon inspection by an authorized Frank Door Company representative. This provision of repair
or replacement shall be the limit of Frank Door’s responsibility under this warranty. Frank Door
Company shall not be responsible for other losses or damages claimed to be caused by any
door or door parts covered under this warranty.
No other oral or written representation made by Frank Door Company or its agents are part
of this warranty unless specifically set forth in writing by an authorized Frank Door Company
representative.
The above set forth warranty is seller’s sole warranty. Seller, makes no other warranty of any
kind whatever, expressed or implied; and all implied warranties or merchantability and fitness
for a particular purpose which exceed the aforestated obligation and hereby disclaimed by the
seller and excluded from this agreement.
Back Charge Claim Policy - The Frank Door Company strictly enforces this Warranty Back
Charge Policy. Prior to ANY warranty work being performed, the following procedures must
be followed. Frank Door reserves the right to deny ANY back charges or invoices if these
procedures are not followed. A detailed explanation of the issue(s) must be presented to
the Manager of Customer Service for review. If the claim is determined to be justifiable by
the Manager of Customer Service, the following information shall be required prior to any
expenditures or work being performed:
The Manager of Customer Service will issue a purchase order for the scope of work with a
“Not to Exceed” monetary amount for the scope of work specifically set forth in writing. Any
changes or modifications to the scope of work or the monetary value must have prior written
approval from the Manager of Customer Service.
The total liability to Frank Door Company shall be the total monetary value of the scope of work
approved in writing by the purchase order and any modifications thereof by the Manager of
Customer Service. No other oral or written representatives made by Frank Door Company or its
agents are part of this policy unless specifically set forth in writing by the Manager of Customer
Service.
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Sliding Door Manual
Over 25 years of
quality craftsmanship
with service and support
you can count on.
The New American Standard for Sliding Cold Storage Doors
As the Frank Door Company constantly strives to build the highest quality products for performance and value,
the design, specifications, materials, features and prices are subject to change without notice.
413 Howard Blvd., Newport, North Carolina USA 28570
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