Insulated Doors

Temp-Master Insulated Rolling Doors:
A System For Maximum Insulation, ASHRAE 90.1 and IECC 2012 Compliance

Temp-Master takes reduction of energy loss and thermal transference to a new level. As the first rolling door design independently tested to meet ASHRAE 90.1 and 2012 IECC (International Energy Conservation Code) Section C402.4.3 Air Infiltration requirements, Temp-Master features a patent-pending sealing system - thermally broken guide construction and insulated curtains (with foamed in place insulation) - to minimize air infiltration and thermal transference through openings.

With an independently tested value of less than .3 CFM/FT2, Temp-Master provides a 94% decrease in air infiltration as compared to standard products. Project specific post-industrial and pre-consumer recycled content values are available for each door, and Temp-Master components are easily recyclable.

Temp-Master doors pay for themselves based on climatic zone.
Estimate your annual energy savings with a Temp-Master (ASHRAE 90.1 and 2012 IECC Compliant) Insulated Door by selecting a door size below.
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Temp-Master Benefits:

ASHRAE 90.1 and 2012 IECC compliant
94% decrease in air infiltration as compared to standard products
LEED credit data available
Low life cycle cost
Size flexibility: Built to order
Substantiated energy savings


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Cookson Temp-Pro Insulated Rolling Doors:
A Proven System to Reduce Energy Losses

Temp-Pro Insulated Rolling Doors are intended for use in exterior openings where maintaining environmental separation on each side of the door is necessary and/or desirable. The full perimeter seal of these energy efficient doors also reduces sound transmission compared to non-insulated rolling doors. Hospitals, schools and universities are examples of applications where Temp-Pro (or Temp-Master) can decrease sound transmission.

Click to view the Temp-Pro Insulated Service Door data sheet.

Temp-Pro Benefits:

Climate control and security
Compact storage
Durable and sustainable
Little or no maintenance
Size flexibility: Built to order

Temp-Master and Temp-Pro Product Specifics

Sizes: Standard construction to 30' W x 30' H. Large openings to 38' W x 40' H, consult factory.

Operation: Hand chain, hand crank and motors are available based on based on size, weight or frequency of operation.

Usage: Standard construction is up to 20 cycles per day and High Cycle construction is available for doors expected to cycle more than 20 times per day.

Seismic Performance Validation: Cookson can provide project specific seismic calculations for all Temp-Pro or Temp-Master insulated coiling doors mounted Face of Wall or Between Jambs to steel or masonry. Seismic performance validation is per ASCE 7-05.

Materials and Finishes: Double skin interlocking roll formed interior and exterior metal slats are filled with 7/8" thick closed cell pressure foamed in place urethane insulation with a Flame Spread Index of 0 and a Smoke Developed Index of 10 as tested per ASTM E84. Curtain assembly materials meet the foam plastic insulation requirements of the 2012 IBC®, section 2603. The slat has an R-value of 8.0 as calculated using the ASHRAE Handbook of Fundamentals. Nylon endlocks prevent wear and enable smooth, quiet operation. The Sound Transmission Class (STC) rating is up to 30 for the curtain and up to 22 for the entire assembly, as tested per ASTM E90, based on testing a complete, operable assembly. STC 32 Superimposed/double insulated curtain assemblies (also available) are tested per ASTM E90, based on testing a complete, operable assembly.

Exterior skin available in: 24, 22, 20 and 18 ga. galvanized steel with exclusive FinalCote™ or ColorCote® finish; 22 ga. stainless steel, #4 finish; 18 ga. aluminum in mill, clear or color anodized. Interior skin available in: 24 ga. galvanized steel with exclusive FinalCote or ColorCote finish, 22 ga. Available with 22 ga. exterior skin; 22 ga. stainless steel, #4 finish; 18 ga. aluminum in mill, clear or color anodized finish. Standard Material & Finish: Galvanized steel with exclusive FinalCote finish in gray, tan or white. Optional Materials: Aluminum, Stainless steel. Finish/Gauge availability varies by selected finish. Consult your Cookson Representative for detailed Finish/Gauge availability
Temp-Master sealing system includes a thermally broken guide assembly and lintel seal (patent pending).

Optional Finishes:Aluminum in mill, clear or color anodized; Stainless steel, 300 series #4 finish; Hot-dip galvanizing on steel components; Cookson's ColorCote powder coat finish in a choice of over 200 colors adds durability and aesthetic value; Zinc Rich Gray corrosion resistant powder coating



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Cookson Standard Insulated Rolling Doors:
A System for Environmental Separation

Cookson Standard Insulated Service Doors are intended for use in exterior openings where maintaining environmental separation on each side of the door is necessary and/or desirable. The full perimeter seal of these energy efficient doors also reduces sound transmission compared to non-insulated rolling doors. Hospitals, schools and universities are examples of applications where an insulated door can decrease sound transmission.

Cookson Standard Insulated Service Doors are filled with solid insulation of the highest quality, resulting in a flame spread not greater than 25 and smoke generation less than 50. A flexible, solid foam astragal fits into the guides at the bottom of the door to assure a complete seal across the opening. Seepage of air around the hood is minimized by a waterproof hood baffle that resists tearing and cracking and maintains flexibility in winter. The Cookson insulation system also includes snap-on guide weatherstripping made of heavy duty vinyl extrusions designed to reduce air infiltration and dust at various temperatures.

Along with preventing energy loss, Cookson Standard Insulated Service Doors offer aesthetic appeal with a finished appearance inside and out. Our exclusive interlocking slat design allows for many combinations of gauges. While a 22 gauge exterior slat with a 22 gauge interior slat is standard, 20 gauge and 18 gauge exterior slats are also available. Click to view the Cookson Insulated Service Door data sheet.

Product Information:

Heavy duty vinyl extrusions snap into the guides to reduce air and dust infiltration and to weatherstrip the door jambs
Air seepage around the hood is minimized by a water resistant hood baffle that maintains flexibility in cold temperatures
Exclusive interlocking slats provide energy efficiency and a finished appearance inside and out
Solid insulation is inserted between galvanized steel slats to ensure consistent density and complete insulating coverage
The bottom of the door is sealed by a flexible, solid foam astragal