LHF220 assembly manual (residential system with plastic curve and front springs)

Manual
Sectional door with front springs (LF 220)
Conform TÜV / CE EN 13241-1
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Contents
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Symbols and warning signs
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General warnings
2.1
Safety requirements for assembly, first use and maintenance
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Directives and standards
3.1
Guarantee and liability
4
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Application + Testing
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Assembly
5.1
Preparation of the assembly
5.2
Fixing materials and instructions
5.2.1
Mounting equipment and attachments
5.3
Mounting the angle lines and bends
5.4
Mounting the horizontal track
5.5
Suspension
5.6
Mounting the C-track ( >3000 mm)
5.7
Mounting the lintel seal
5.8
Mounting the end bearing plates
5.9
Mounting the shaft and springs
5.10
Mounting the panels
5.10.1 Choice of Hinges
5.10.2 Pre-mounting the bottom panel
5.10.3 Pre-mounting the intermediate panels
5.10.4 Placing the panel
5.10.5 Placing the top panel
5.11
Mounting the cable and positioning the cable drum
5.12
Stretching the torsion springs
5.13
Correcting the spring tension
5.14
Operating
5.14.1 Manual operator
5.14.2 Electrical operator
5.14.2.1 Adjustig the door operator
5.15
Affixing the CE-ID plate (sticker)
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Technical data
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First use
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Trouble Shooter
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Dismounting
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The manufacturer
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Annex A
Annex B
Annex C
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Hinges / Panels survey
Power drives
EC declaration of conformity
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1. Symbols and warning signs
General symbol for DANGER !!
Symbol for ATTENTION !!
Carefully read the text with this symbol!!
Symbol: Risk of physical injury!!
Carefully read the text with this symbol!!
2. General warnings
This manual has been prepared for use by qualified personnel and therefore not by
trainees or “do it yourselfers”
In case of doubt about the assembly and/or maintenance, please contact DOCO
International.
To avoid severe personal injury, carefully read and observe all indications and warnings in this manual.
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This manual describes the assembly and disassembly of residential set of fittings LF 220; this may be
supplemented by other manuals, for instance the door operator manual (if applicable.)
Your set of fittings has been designed according to the latest European standards; however you have to
check yourself whether this standard corresponds with the local national standard.
Adding or leaving out parts can affect the working and therefore the safety of the eventual sectional
door and is therefore strongly discouraged!
All indications concerning the assembly the mounting right / left are always viewed from the assembly
location, that is from the inside to the outside!
All measures are in millimetres unless otherwise specified.
Check after the assembly whether the CE marking has been completed and attached.
Keep this manual in a safe place.
Subject to technical changes, without written notice.
2.1 Safety requirements for assembly and first use.
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The garage door may only be mounted, connected and put into operation by qualified personnel.
Make sure that the power is switched off and remains switched off while electrical work is carried out!
Never bridge safety devices !
Some parts contain sharp edges: use protective gloves.
Never use the sectional door in case or visual damage on the safety devices.
When performing assembly/maintenance, always wear at least gloves and safety boots and during
drilling wear safety goggles!
Make sure that you can always perform your work in a stable environment.
Secure the assembly/maintenance site with safety ribbon to keep others (children!) at a distance.
Maintenance must only be performed by a qualified company and/or qualified personnel.
Make sure there is enough light.
Only use appropriate tools, especially when tensioning the torsion springs.
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3. Directives and standards
For the design, production and mounting or these rail sets the following directives and standards have been used:
98/79/EEC
89/106/EEC
89/336/EEC
EN 12604
EN 12605
EN 12445
EN 12453
EN 12978
EN 12426
EN 12427
EN 12425
EN 12489
EN 12424
EN 12444
EN 12428
Machine Directive
Construction Products Directive (EN 13241-1)
EMC Directive
Mechanical aspects; requirements and classification
Mechanical aspects; test methods
Safety for power operated doors; test methods
Safety for power operated doors; requirements
Safety devices for power operated doors, test methods and classification
Air Permeability, test methods
Air Permeability; requirements and classification
Water tightness; requirements and classification
Water tightness, test methods
Resistance to Wind Load; requirements and classification
Resistance to Wind Load, test methods
Thermal Resistance.
This set of fittings complies with the abovementioned standards and directives.
The conformity has been proven. The documents concerned are available at DOCO International.
You find the Declaration of Conformity under paragraph 12.2 or this manual.
3.1 Guarantee and liability
Unprofessional assembly, any changes made to the garage door or changes in the door operator that do not
comply with this manual will annul the guarantee and liability.
This also applies to damage caused by incorrect operation, failure to observe the instructions in this manual
and/or poor maintenance or care.
4. Application + testing
DOCO International has developed a set of fittings for installation in garages in the private sector
Complies with the CE standard only if used with DOCO International parts.
This manual describes the assembly of a complete residential garage door exclusively equipped with DOCOInternational parts. The mounting of parts not mentioned or described in this manual is the responsibility or the
end manufacturer of the garage door, who is also responsible for a correct CE certification of the residential
garage door.
DOCO International had the “Product Test“ of this set of fittings carried out by the institute TÜV Nord cert in
Germany, known as Notified Body No. 0032.
Documents of this “ITT” are available from DOCO upon request.
This “ITT” does NOT include a pass door. If you want to install a pass door, a separate Product Test must be
carried out. This is the responsibility of the garage door manufacturer.
Class conform EN 13241-1 : see Annex C
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5 Assembly
This set of fittings does not include the mounting material needed to mount this rail set on walls and/or the
ceiling! It is the responsibility of the installer to check whether the construction of the mounting place is strong
enough to support this garage door. The installer is also responsible for choosing the appropriate fixing materials
for the foundation (stone, concrete, steel, wood).
5.1. Preparation of the assembly
W
H
OH
Z
D
Check if the place where you want to mount the rail set is level and if the construction of the mounting
place is strong enough to support this rail set. If not: reinforce
Before you start the assembly, check if the garage has the required dimensions (figure 1).
= Clear width
= Clear height
= Upper space
= Lateral space
= Built-in depth
System LHF
OH = 210
Vertical angle
Max Height (H)
A
L
F
Z**
D with 20226 rail***
D with 20270 rail***
23699*
2120
H+110
=H-300
=H
80
2708
3148
23698
2560
H+110
=H-300
=H
80
3148
23697
2850
H+110
=H-300
=H
80
3148
* Only use the 20182 track as vertical track in combination with 23699 vertical angle
** With reinforcement angle 24602 B Z=164 mm
*** Dimensions excluding door operator.
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5.2 Mounting materials and instructions
Description
Mounting material
Quantity
Torque (Nm)
Vertical angle (23699) and vertical track (20182)
14022
14023
8x
8x
20
20
Vertical angle (23699) and plastic curve (24718)
14022
14023
8x
8x
20
20
Vertical track (20226) and connecting plate (24602)
14022
14023
8x
8x
20
20
Vertical track (20226) and plastic curve (24718)
14022
14023
4x
4x
20
20
Vertical angle (23699) and end bearing plate (13022 / 13018)
14022
14023
4x
4x
20
20
Bracket (24809) and suspension profile (24807)
14022
14023
4x
4x
20
20
Vertical track (20226) with angle plate (24621)
14022
14023
2x
2x
20
20
Angle plate (24621) with mounting plate (24620)
14022
14023
2x
2x
20
20
End bearing plate (13022) and spring break device (25649…)
14022
14023
4x
4x
20
20
End bearing plate (13018 / 13022) and bearing supports (13026/27)
14022
14023
4x
4x
15
15
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Description
Spring break device (25649…) and spring plug (12002 S /12003 S)
Mounting material
Nut 3/8"
Quantity
4x
Torque (Nm)
…
Spring break device (25649…) and ratchet wheel (25649….)
Hexagon socket screw 1/8"
4x
10
Spring plug (12002 W / 12003 W) and shaft (25018 / 25016)
14001
4x
34
Cable drum ( 11000 /11001 / 11014) and shaft (25018 / 25016)
14001
4x
34
Bolt 3/8"-16UNC-1 1/4" spec.
2x
18
14001
4x
34
Bolt 3/8"-16UNC-1 3/4"
Nut plastic ring 3/8"-16UNC
3
3
34
34
Coupler (25034) and shaft (25016 /25018) / key (25064 / 25073)
14001
3x
34
Bottom bracket (25029) and panel
14017
12x
15
Side hinges and panel (per side hinge)
14017
6x
12
Roller carrier and basis side hinge (per hinge)
14022
14023
2x
2x
15
15
Intermediate hinges and panel (per intermediate hinge)
14017
4x
10
Top roller carrier (25046 / 25043) and panel
14017
4x
10
Top roller carrier (25046) and adjustable bracket (25046)
14022
14023
2x
2x
18
18
Cable drum (11001 / 11014) and cable (25111-…)
Coupler (25042) with shaft (25016 /25018) / key (25064 / 25073)
Coupler (25042) between the two halves
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5.2.1 Assembly tools and attachments
You need the following tools for assembly:
- Water level (hose)
- (Battery) drill; with bit 10 mm for parkers.
- Open/Ring ended spanner: 10 mm / 13mm / 3/8” (spring break device)
- Hexagon key wrenches: 1/8” (spring break device)
- Pinchers: 3 (at least 2)
- Metal saw (for non-standard overall dimensions)
- Approx. 5 m of rope
When drilling always wear safety goggles!
Use a stable and safe ladder!
5.3 Mounting vertical angles and curves
We use as an example a garage door with the dimensions
2500 x 2120; this set does not require any sawing or
drilling! For the assembly of doors with other dimensions,
see **
Mark the wall with a line (1).
Mark a line (2) with a level.
For the floor alignment, mark lines (3) and (4) on the
floor.
** Vertical angle size = H (clear height) + 110 mm
Mount seal (24740) on vertical angle (23699)
Mount both vertical angles against the wall with the
bottom sides parallel to point (3) and (4); make sure that
both angles are parallel and level in both directions.
Secure at least in 3 places per side to the wall.
Subsequently mount curve (24718) on the vertical
angle (23699) with 4x lock bolts (14023) en 4x flange
nuts (14022).
Take rail (20182) and slide it into the curve (24718) up
to the stop.
** Length vertical rail = H (clear height) – 300 mm
Slide the vertical rail (20182) into curve (24718) and
then mark the bottom offset (depending on the panel
thickness). Mark this bottom offset (panel thickness) in
relation to the vertical angle and fix the vertical rail
with at least 3 lock bolts (14023) and flange nuts
(14022).
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5.4 Assembling the horizontal rail
Mount both rails (20226) to each other with the
rail connecting plate (24604) and the lock bolts
(14023) and flange nuts (14022).
Check the mounting positions!
See figure on the right
Fix a piece of rope to the ceiling or roof
construction to keep the back of the rails up so
that the horizontal rails are easy to mount.
Now slide the connected rails in the plastic curve
(24718) and secure with lock bolts (14023) and
flange nuts (14022)
See figure on the right
5.5 Suspension
Take 2 brackets (24809) and click them on the
mounted horizontal tracks, one bracket
(24809) on the synthetic curve (24718) and
one on the end of the horizontal track set.
Then slide the brackets (24809) under the
joisting or roof construction and mount braces
(24807 or 24805 with/without extension
profile (24806) on the horizontal part of the
rail set.
Then mount the suspension brackets (24807or
24805) on the ceiling, using 2 fixing devices*
per mounting position.
Untie the rope.
See figure on the right
This set of fittings does not include the
mounting material necessary to mount this
rail set on walls and/or the ceiling! It is the
responsibility of the installer to check whether
the construction of the mounting position is
strong enough to support the garage door.
The installer is also responsible for the
appropriate fixing materials for the
foundation (stone, concrete, steel, wood.)
Now carefully check the following:
The horizontal parts of the rail set must be at
right angles to the wall surface, where angle X =
90 degrees.
Measure sizes C and D and check if they are
equal. If not: correct the suspension .
Then measure sizes A and B - they must also be
equal. If not: adjust.
Your rail set is now aligned.
See figure on the right
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5.6 Mounting the C rail (if applicable)
Sectional doors wider than 3000 mm require a C-rail (24860 or 24127) that must be mounted between the two
horizontal rail sets.
Mount the C-rail (24860 or 24127) to the corner plate (24621) using a mounting plate (24620) with lock bolt
(14023) and nut (14022).
See the figures below.
5.7 Mounting the lintel seal
Slide the sealing rubber (24740 or 24250/550) over the sealing profile
(24710).
Mount the sealing profile (24710) against the lintel on the length of the clear
width
Mount the sealing profile (24710) at 60 mm above the lintel.
Attention! : maximum overlap top panel: 15 mm
See figure on the right
Note:
If a different lintel seal is used, the classifications obtained from the CE tests
are void.
5.8 Mounting the end bearing plates
Before mounting the shaft with springs, you must first mount the brackets (13018 or 13022 ) onto the vertical
angles (23699). Mount the bracket (13018 or 13022) with 2 lock bolts (14023) and flange nuts (14022) to the
vertical angle (23699). We recommend to reinforce the fixation of the bracket to the wall / lintel. (be careful
with the cable drum!) See the figures below.
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5.9 Mounting the shaft and springs
Door size: width < 3000 mm with 13022 end bearing plate
Slide cable drum (11000,11001,11014), spring breakage protective device (25649L/R50U or 25649L/R67U) and
the mounted springs on the hollow shaft with key way (25018) as shown in the figure below.
Door size: width > 3000 mm <5000 mm with 13022 end bearing plate
Slide the cable drum (11001 ,11014), spring breakage protective device (25649L/R50U or 25649L/R67U),
intermediate bearing plates (13023L/R) and mounted springs on the keyed shaft (25018) as shown in the figure
below.
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Then place the entire power unit in the brackets (13022L/R) - make sure that the bearing supports (13026/27) are
located outside the brackets (13022). Mount the bearing holders (13026/27) to the brackets (13022) with 2 lock
bolts (14023) and flange nuts (14022). Now mount the spring breakage safety devices* (25649-50 / 25649-67) to
the brackets (13022) with 2 lock bolts (14023) and flange nuts (14022). Also make sure that the shaft (25018) is
level. Make sure the lock bolts are mounted correctly.
See the figures below.
* See the separate enclosed manual of the spring breakage safety devices (25649-50 / 25649-67)
Door size: width < 3000 mm with 13018 end bearing plate
Slide cable drum (11001 1101411000), spring breakage safety device (25649L/R50U or 25649L/R67U) and the
mounted springs on the hollow shaft with key way (25018) as shown in the figure below.
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Door size: width > 3000 mm <5000 mm with 13018 end bearing plate
Slide the cable drum (11001 ,11014), spring breakage safety device (25649L/R50U or 25649L/R67U), coupling
(2503425042L/R) and mounted springs on the hollow shaft with key way (25018) as shown in the figure below.
Subsequently place the entire power unit in the brackets (13022L/R) - make sure that the bearing supports
(13026/27) are located outside the brackets (13022). Mount the bearing supports (13026/27) on the brackets
(13022) with 2 lock bolts (14023) and flange nuts (14022). Now mount the spring breakage safety devices*
(25649-50 / 25649-67) on the brackets (13022) with 2 lock bolts (14023) and flange nuts (14022). Also make sure
that the shaft (25018) is level. Pay attention to the way the lock bolts are secured.
See the figures below.
* See separate enclosed manual of the spring breakage protective devices (25649-50 / 25649)
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5.10 Mounting the panels
General:
Since our rail sets with hardware can be used with
panels from different manufacturers, we give a
general description for mounting the panel.
Always ask the manufacturer of your panel which
additional measures, if any, are needed to guarantee
the finger guard.
Generally, sandwich panels (steel plates with PUR
foam) need pre-drilling with Ø 4.5 mm. However
always check with the manufacturer of your panels
which exact size you need for pre-drilling!
The entire door blade including aluminium profiles
and bottom seal must have the following dimensions.
See figure on the right
5.10.1 Hinges
Consult annex A for the right choice of hinges in
combination with your panel.
The distance between the intermediate hinges needs to be equally divided over the length of the panel, see the
table below.
Door width
0-2749
2749-3999
3999-5000
Number of intermediate hinges
1
2
3
5.10.2 Pre-mounting the bottom section
Important: NEVER shorten the bottom panel to
determine the total height of the door blade; always
shorten the top panel!
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Saw the panel (1) to the right length.
Mount the end caps (2) on the panel (1) using
blind rivets.
Slide the aluminium profile (5) along the
entire length of the panel (1) and secure it
with blind rivets. Slide the sealing rubber on
the aluminium profile.
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Mount the bottom bracket 25029. See figure on bottom left.
Mount the side and intermediate hinges. See figure below and on bottom right.
5.10.3 Pre-mounting the intermediate sections
Mount the intermediate sections as shown in the
figure on the right.
5.10.4 Placing the panels
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Place the floor section between the vertical angles.
Make sure it is level!
Take roller (25010-E / 25008) and finger guard
(25700) with spacers (25632/25630) and cable set
(25111-3) and slide these in the bottom bracket
(25029). See the figure on the right.
- Do not forget spacer 25630 ! or you may risk
damaging the cable set.
Place the intermediate sections on the bottom
sections and connect them with the hinges. Adjust the
nylon rollers in such a way that the plastic tread lies
in the rounding of the rail and that the play between panel and
side seal (24740) is reduced to a minimum. You should be able
to turn the plastic with your hand.
Before mounting the rrollers, slide the finger guards (25700)
over the front of the rollers.
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be removed!
Also pay attention to the mounting - see figure on the right.
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5.10.5 Placing the top panel
- Saw the top panel at the correct height.
- With an electrically operated garage door: use the adjustable top roller carrier (25046) or (25043).
- With a manually operated garage door: use the adjustable top carrier holder (25046).
Pay attention to the following:
- The roller of the top roller carrier (25043 / 25046) must remain under all circumstances on the tread of
the curved track; if this is not the case, use spacers (25630-25632) to fill the space. If you are using a
top roller carrier (25046), the play between end cap and the adjustable bracket of the top roller carrier
must not exceed 4 mm.
- When closed, the roller of top roller carrier (25043 /25046) must lie against the tread of the curved
track, but there should be no strain on either one of these parts.
- Do not mount a finger guard (25700) on the top roller carrier!
See the figures below.
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Place the top section on the intermediate sections and position the top roller carrier according to figure
5.11 Mounting the cable and positioning the cable drum
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Level the shaft.
Lead the cable (25111-3) of the bottom bracket (25029) behind the
shafts of the roller to the cable drum (assuming a 11001-11014 cable
drum is being used)
Slide the cable end through the cable fixing hole of the cable drum
(11001-11014) and turn the cable drum in such a way that the cable
is tensioned and that there is at least cable of ½ a winding** on the
drum; then mount the key (25064-25073) between shaft (2501825016) and cable drum (11001 -11014). See figure on the right
** Equals 2 TÜV approved windings // Ref TÜV : BB-FTA-MUC/re-sc
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Align the cable drum (11001-11014 ) in such a way that it is possible to freely wind up the cable
(25111-..). Secure the cable drum ( 11001-11014 ) with the fixing bolts on the shaft between 27 –
maximum 34 Nm.
The cable fixing bolt must be tightened with 13 Nm.
Now block the shaft using the pinchers and secure the other cable the same way.
It is important that both cables are equally tensioned and that the door blade is balanced.
5.12 Stretching the torsion springs
Secure the door in such a way that it cannot go up. Fix the vertical tracks for instance with pinchers.
Tension the springs according to the following procedure.
The required number of turns of the spring is indicated on the labels of the assembled springs.
After tensioning, fix the spring fittings on the shaft with 27 up to 34 Nm (this applies both to spring fitting
12002-W and to spring fitting 12003-W.)
Procedure for stretching a spring.
IMPORTANT: There is much strain on tensioned springs; proceed
carefully at all times, especially when performing corrective
maintenance, and use tensioning bars that fit well and that are kept
in good condition (12025)
Stretch the springs from the bottom to the top! Because of the
stretching the spring becomes thinner and longer (number of turns x
wire thickness); if this is not the case, the left and right spring have
been switched!
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
9)
10)
Mark the spring with a straight line.
Insert the first tensioning bar in the tension head.
Turn the first tensioning bar a quarter of a turn to stretch the spring.
Hold the first tensioning bar and place the second bar in the next hole of the spring fitting.
Turn the second a quarter of a turn.
Hold the second tensioning bar (takes over the tension) and remove the first bar
Repeat steps 3 – 4 – 5 – 6 until the correct tension has been reached.
Secure the spring fitting on the shaft by turning both bolts of the fitting with 27 up to 34 Nm.
Now remove the second tensioning bar
Check the number of turns that the spring has made by counting the number of lines on the spring.
Remove the block of the shaft and the vertical tracks and your sectional door is ready.
Check if the door is well balanced. If not, then check item .. (correction of the spring tension).
5.13 Correcting the spring tension
Block the shaft and the door blade
Secure the door so that it cannot go up. Do so for instance by fastening pinchers on the vertical tracks.
IMPORTANT: There is much strain on tensioned springs; proceed carefully at all times, especially when
performing corrective maintenance, and use tensioning bar that fit well and that are kept in good
condition (12025)
You can correct the tension by stretching or releasing the spring with 1 full turn at the most. Make sure that both
springs are equally corrected.
1) Insert the first tensioning bar in the tension head.
2) Turn the tensioning bar in the appropriate direction.
3) Carefully loosen the bolts of the spring fitting and take over the spring tension.
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4) Hold the first tensioning bar and place the second bar in the next hole of the spring fitting.
5) Turn the second tensioning bar a quarter of a turn in the desired direction.
6) Hold the second tensioning bar (takes over the tension) and remove the first bar
7) Repeat steps 4 - 5 - 6 until the correct tension has been reached.
8) Secure the spring fitting on the shaft by turning both bolts of the spring fitting with 27 up to 34 Nm.
9) Now remove the second bar.
Remove the blocking of the shaft and the vertical tracks and your sectional door is ready.
5.14 Operating
The operating of your sectional door can be as follows:
1) Manually
2) Electrical operator
5.14.1 Manually
Mount the handle (25407/25403) on the bottom section
5.14.2 Electrical operator
Mount the operator according to the instructions of its’ manufacturer .
Attention!
In case of electrical disconnection one must be able to open the door by an emergency handle. The door can then
be opened or closed manually.
The door may only be operated by a handle.
The handle must be mounted in the centre of the door.
If a second exit in the garage is missing, a disconnecting device must be mounted (art. 60011).
5.14.2.1 Adjusting the door operator
The door operator must be adjusted according the manual of the door operator.
It is stressed once again that this set of fittings is only TÜV / CE certified in combination with door operators
complying with Annex B. If a different door operator is used, other than the door operators prescribed in
Annex B, the force measurements according to EN 12445/ EN 12453 must be performed again!
5.15 Placing the CE-ID plate (sticker)
Now place the CE sticker (art 80310 NL / FR) on the left or on the right
side under an end cap of the second section.
See figure
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6 Technical data
LF 220 system with synthetic curve and front torsion springs
- Width: max. 5000 mm
- Height : max. 3000 mm
- Door surface: max 11 m²
- Door weight: max 162 kg
- Build in space : 220 mm
- Sound pressure : <70 dBa
- Temperature range : –20º up to + 40º C
- Environment influence conform EN 13241-1 : see Annex C
The minimum safety level for the protection of the closing side complies with the requirements of EN 12453
according to table 1
Force measurements performed according to EN 12445.
The measured values remained under the maximum values of this standard.
The dimensions can be consulted at Doco International bv.
7 First use
The garage door must be put into operation by an experienced installer.
The first use of the garage door must be registered. The person responsible for the installation must write the
declaration of conformity and affix the CE sticker.
Affixing the CE-sticker means declaring that the conditions of the EN directives have been met.
8 Trouble Shooter
Points to be checked with a not well functioning/ not balanced door
Check 1)
Check the weight of the door
Check 2)
Did you receive the right type of drums?
Check 3)
Have the cable drums been mounted correctly?
Pay attention to the following (looking from inside to outside)
- Left drum coded red and mounted on the left side?
- Right drum coded black and mounted on the right side?
- Does the cable run between construction/ wall and shaft?
- Check the position of the cable entry
Check 4)
Check if the right torsion springs have been delivered and mounted
- Check the wire diameter
- Check the spring diameter
- Check the length of the springs (excluding spring fittings)
Check 5)
Door being closed friction must not be too strong. One must be able to still move the rollers.
Check 6)
Are there no obstacles while opening/ closing the door?
Check 7)
Check the space between doorblade and tracks, which should be around 20 mm and the cable
is not to get stuck at any place.
Check 8)
Are the rollers parallel in vertical and horizontal direction? Take measurement of distance and
height.
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9 Dismounting
General:
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Dismounting may only be carried out by qualified personnel.
Make sure that only personnel taking care of the mounting/dismounting is present at the mounting
place. Keep other persons at a distance, for example by using a safety ribbon
When dismounting the device, make sure there is enough light.
Make sure that you use the right tools to remove the tension of the springs and make sure you are
standing firmly
Procedure:
Block the shaft with the pinchers.
Secure the door in such a way that it cannot come up. Do so for instance by fastening pinchers to the vertical
tracks.
IMPORTANT: There is much strain on tensioned springs; proceed carefully at all times and use tensioner
bars that fit well and that are kept in good condition (12025)
1) Insert the first tensioning bar in the spring fitting.
2) Keep the first tensioning bar firmly in your hands and carefully loosen the bolts on the spring fitting and
take over the spring tension.
3) Now place the second tensioning bar in the next hole of the sping fitting and carefully release the
spring. The spring is basically released from top to bottom.
4) Put the first tensioning bar back in the spring fitting and release.
5) Repeat steps 3 - 4 until the spring is released.
6) Repeat steps 1 - 4 with the other spring.
7) Loosen the bolts of the cable drums and remove the steel cables from the cable drums.
8) Dismount the shaft with springs
9) Loosen the bolts and nuts from the coupling of the synthetic curve with horizontal track.
10) Dismount the suspension and slide the horizontal track out of the plastic curve.
11) Dismount the panel sections from top to bottom by loosening the roller carriers and intermediate
hinges.
12) Dismount the synthetic curve.
13) Dismount the vertical angle.
9.1 Removal
All parts of the garage door are easy to separate and to recycle.
Separate all elements after dismantling.
Note: The material is only recyclable if separated
Turn in the materials at the authority responsible for the treatment of separated materials.
10 Your Manufacturer
DOCO International b.v.
Nusterweg 96
6136 KV Sittard (NL)
Tel. +31 46-4200666
Fax. +31 46-4526894
E-mail : info@doco-international.com
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Annex : A Hardware / Panels.
Side hinge(3)
Intermediate
hinge (4)
Alu.Profile (5)
Top and
bottom
Bottom seal (6)
80612L (610) /
Bremet Securwall 80617L (488)
25734
25733
80041
80042
80612L (610) /
Bremet Securwall 80617L (488)
25006 /
25007 *
25006 *
80041
80042
80612L (610) /
Bremet Securwall 80617L (488)
25162 /
25163
25733
80041
80042
80612L (610) /
80613L (488)
25334
25333
80041
80042
109555 /
122292
109554
116261
109549
80612L (610) /
Apco - Kingspann 80617L (488)
25334
25333
80041
80042
80612L (610) /
80617L (488)
25634
25633
80041
80042
Panel (1)
Hoesch
Tekla Teckentrup
Ryterna
Endcap (2)
118438 /
118449
Corsaro&lisco
* Max. 90 kg door
weight and max. door
width 3000 mm
Annex B
Certified operators
Operator :
Type :
Max. door width
Sommer
Sommer
Sommer
Sommer
Marantec
Marantec
Aperto 868 L(550N)
Aperto 868 LX(800N)
Duo 500S (500N)
Duo 800SL (800N)
Comfort 220 (500N)
Comfort 250 (700N)
3500 mm
5000 mm
3000 mm
5000 mm
3500 mm
5000 mm
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Annex C EC Declaration of conformity
EC MANUFACTURER DECLARATION / EC DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY
We hereby declare that the products described below conform to the relevant fundamental requirements of the
applicable EU directives, both in its basic design and construction as well as in the version marketed by us
(Inspection bodies: TÜV Nord Cert 0032 and SP 0402). This declaration will cease to be valid if any
modifications are made to this product without our express approval or if a door operator or panel other than
those indicated below or other products than those described by Doco-International are used.
Product Description
Manually or electrically driven sectional overhead door DOCO LF 70/220
Panels in finger-safe execution:
ThyssenKrupp Hoesch, Ryterna, Bremet, Apco/Kingspan, Tekla/Teckentrupp
Motors:
Marantec Comfort 220, 250, 252; Sommer Duo 500S, Duo 800 SL, Aperto 868L, 868 LX
Manufacturer:
Doco-International BV
Nusterweg 96
NL-6136 KV SITTARD (NL)
Tel. +31-46-4200666
Fax. +31-46-4526894
Relevant EU Directives applied:
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Machinery Directive 98/37/EC
Construction Products Directive 89/106/EEC
EMC Directive 89/336/EEC
Low voltage Directive 73/23/EEC
Harmonised Standards applied:
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EN 13241-1
EN 12604
EN 12453
EN 12635
EN 12978
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