Measuring Guide

Below is the measuring guide for the SWS Roller garage Doors and Security Shutters. Please see the headroom requirements for the garage door you are interested in.

Please Note: Quotations will be subject to a premises survey by our certified installers, as the prices vary depending on the width, height and type of door.

SWS SeceuroGlide Measuring Guide

Headroom Requirements

Roller Garage Door Headroom Requirements
SeceuroGlide (Standard)Minimum of 300mm headroom for doors with an opening height up to 2500mm.

Minimum of 350mm headroom for doors with an opening height up to 3500mm.
SeceuroGlide ExcelMinimum of 300mm headroom for doors with an opening height up to 2500mm.

Minimum of 350mm headroom for doors with an opening height up to 3500mm.
SeceuroGlide ManualMinimum headroom of 300mm.
SeceuroGlide CompactMinimum of 205mm headroom for doors with an opening height up to 2150mm.

External Doors

In applications where the door is installed externally the remote control system must be installed either inside the garage or in a waterproof box (not included).

The bottom slat transmitter must always be installed on the internal face of the door and is not suitable for applications where it will be exposed to weather or excessive moisture due to condensation.

SeceuroGlide Excel Restrictions

The SeceuroGlide Excel is not available as a supply only unit. Because of its secured by design status, it must be installed by a trained installer. SeceuroGlide Excel can not be installed externally as this could aid in the door being compromised. The roller door/shutter must be installed so that the entire coil is inside the garage and above the opening.

The low level external override option is not available for the SeceuroGlide Excel. In cases where the garage door is the only means of entry to the garage a battery backup add-on will be required. All SeceuroGlide Excel doors are supplied with 90mm guide rails as standard.

Extreme Weather Conditions

High winds and high temperatures can cause increased deflection of the door. It is the installer’s responsibility to ensure that the door is packed off the wall sufficiently to allow for door movement during these extreme weather conditions.

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