Rolling Steel Doors

C.H.I. Overhead Doors manufactures industrial rolling steel doors, coiling Fire Doors, Fire Shutters, Counter Doors, Grilles and Side Folding Grilles to exceptional standards of quality. Our promise is to deliver affordable, owner-friendly rolling steel doors that are reliable, architecturally pleasing and simple to maintain.

CHI Series 7500

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Track, hardware, and operation details Fire Counter Shutters U.L. labeled counter fire doors are engineered for installation to areas that require a fire listed counter door in a rated fire wall. Utilizing the same drop testing system, our Fire Counter Doors offer space-saving design with performance-proven engineering features. Fire Counter Doors are available

CHI Series 7000

By |2019-07-18T17:14:45+00:00July 9th, 2019||

Track, hardware, and operation details Rolling Fire Doors Selected most often for practical drop test compliance and assuring positive crisis response, C.H.I. Guardian™ Fire Doors deliver reliable, predictable, and repeatable results. Safe, simple, inexpensive, and repeatable drop testing is now made possible in any facility with the flip of a handle. Our Coiling

CHI Series 6500

By |2019-07-18T17:09:15+00:00July 9th, 2019||

Track, hardware, and operation details Counter Shutters Coiling Counter Doors offer the best in security, flexibility, and appeal. Unique joint designs produce a flush curtain to achieve a seamless, clean appearance. End users and specifiers appreciate the design, fit, finish and practicality that define this product. C.H.I. Coiling Counter Doors are available with

CHI Series 6000

By |2019-07-18T17:06:09+00:00July 9th, 2019||

Track, hardware, and operation details Rolling Service Doors Coiling service doors are engineered and designed for maximum strength and durability. Manufactured to stringent code standards, the Series 6000 line is built to the highest standards to provide a long-lasting reliable performance. Series 6000 Coiling Doors are available in insulated and non-insulated models

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