June 01, 2022
As you’re installing your rolling door, you may come across some service questions you’re just not sure about. At CornellCookson, our dedicated service team can assist in tackling challenges head-on. We’ve gathered a few answers from Electrical Service Tech, Mike Stasyszyn, of some of the most common electrical questions we hear.READ MORE
May 19, 2022
As the only high performance rolling doors on the market certified for wind load, the Extreme 300 Series and Extreme 1024 doors offer advanced performance in security, productivity, and now, against hurricane-speed pressures and winds. Read more here about our high speed high cycle doors and their wind load certifications.
April 28, 2022
We're excited to continue the "Counterbalance: An Open Door Conversation" series with our Architectural Design Support and Architectural Product Representative Teams. Each week, you'll meet one of our associates and learn about their roles and lives. This week, meet Ross Baran, Architectural Design Support.
March 17, 2022
Just like golf has its own vocabulary, so do rolling steel doors. In the rolling door industry, you’re likely to encounter a host of new terms. Explore R-Value and U-Factor on the blog this week.
March 10, 2022
As you sit down and are ready to finalize your design or spec, you come across a few items that you’re not quite sure about. You took an educated guess regarding how many cycle counts the doors in your spec should meet. Now that you think of it, you’re wondering if the door needs a hood, or if the application calls for standard door or a high performance rolling door. If you’ve ever experienced a situation like this, you’re aware of how reassuring it can be to talk to people who know their stuff. At CornellCookson, our dedicated Architectural Design Support (ADS) Team can assist in tackling the challenges above and other issues head-on. We’ve gathered a few answers to some of the most common questions we hear from architects in this week’s blog.
February 27, 2022
February 24, 2022
In the rolling door industry, there are many acronyms tossed about. With so many options to consider in your building design or when choosing an upgrade for your facility’s security closure or associated accessories, it can be helpful to have a back-to-basics guide. That’s why we serve up relevant content on our blogs – to help pin down those pesky acronyms and provide general (and even in-depth) knowledge on all things rolling security closure related. This week, we’d like to cover the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and NEMA types for security closures.
February 17, 2022
If you’re looking for coiling doors (also known as rolling doors) that allow airflow, you’re in the right place! CornellCookson’s rolling doors are available in a variety of options to give you the security of a rolling door with the airflow and visibility of a grille thanks to ScreenGard™ perforated slat doors. Read this blog for more info.
February 10, 2022
Fire protection. An understandably necessary component of any application that needs to compartmentalize open areas – notably elevator shafts in hotels and other spaces. This is where a fire protective comes in handy. Our SmokeShield Elevator Smoke Curtain seals a building’s hoistway from smoke infiltration, gaining more time for occupants to evacuate while also helping to limit property loss.