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Janus International to Release New Self-Storage Roll-Up Door

Janus International Group LLC, a global manufacturer and supplier of building solutions and technology for the self-storage industry, will release an updated and enhanced version of its original Model 3100 roll-up door. The new Model 3100 IM will be available this spring. It offers increased mounting options, including steel and wood jams (14-gauge minimum), according to a press release.

A reduced number of required windlocks for larger door heights adds improved performance, while double-angle bottom bars were added for strength and security, the release stated. The doors will be available in sizes up to 14 feet wide and multiple colors. They have a wind-load rating of plus and minus 40 pounds per square foot.

The doors have been approved and adopted into the Florida building code, and submitted for approval from the Texas Department of Insurance.

“At Janus, our constant goal is to provide our customers with the solutions they need to get the job done in a minimum amount of time. When they make specific requests, we listen and respond,” said Dennis Owens, director of commercial sales. “That’s why our engineers have spent countless hours creating these product enhancements to our existing and proven wind-load series products.”

Headquartered in Temple, Ga., and founded in 2002, Janus is a global manufacturer and supplier of roll-up and swing doors, hallway systems, and re-locatable storage units for the self-storage industry. It operates 10 U.S. locations as well as manufacturing facilities in Europe and Mexico.

Source:
Janus International, The Building and Roll-Up Door Experts at Janus International Announce New Product Addition of Door Model 3100 IM

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