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AMWt»UTE ALUMINUM OVERHEAD DOORS 


INDEX 


Introduction 

2 



Al-Lite Models 

3 

Track Details 

6 

Service Station 

3 

Opening Preparation 

6 

Industrial Models 

4-5 

Hardware 

7 

Features 

4-5 

Operation 

7 

Pass Door 

4 

Representatives 

8 


INTRODUCTION 

The ARM-R-Lite ALUMINUM DOOR was designed with three 
factors in mind—APPEARANCE—STRENGTH—and DURA¬ 
BILITY. 

APPEARANCE—The ARM-R-LITE ALUMINUM DOOR S nat¬ 
ural beauty blends in with the design of the many modern 
prestige buildings being erected today. Aluminum itself is 
highly attractive and needs no special adornment for many 
applications. 

STRENGTH—A low modulus of elasticity gives ALUMINUM 
extra ability to resist impact without deforming permanently. 
This plus our special methods of fabrication have produced 
a door with maximum freedom from warpage and sagging so 
common in wood doors. 

DURABILITY-ALUMINUM DOORS need no protection. 
Their natural resistance to corrosion guarantees a lifetime 
installation with little or no maintenance. The splitting, clieek- 
peeling and rot that deteriorates wood doors can not 
happen here. 

FEATURES 

Lengths of extruded hollow aluminum shapes are fabricated by a 
special heli-arc welding process to produce the framework of the 
section. The joints where the extruded lengths meet then are as 
strong or stronger than the extruded material itself. The constant 
vibration and jarring of operation can never loosen these solid one 
piece sections as is the case where fabrication is accomplished 
with bolts and nuts or screws. 

All welds are ground smooth and the entire sections polished, 
producing an attractive satin finished surface that deters dust and 
dirt accumulation. A chemical solution with excellent corrosion, 
abrasion and water resistant qualities is applied to provide a pro¬ 
tective coating. A specially developed lacquer is then sprayed on 
to preserve this beautiful finish. 

Meeting rails are so formed as to produce a rebated weather 
tight joint between sections. 

Aluminum panels are set in a neoprene rubber channel which 
seals the panel in the frame making it weather tight and rattle 
free. Glass panes are also set in a neoprene rubber channel that 
seals and cushions it against breakage from shock. They are held 
in place by an aluminum snap in molding which allows for easy re¬ 
moving and replacing of panel or glass. A clean exterior surface, 
free from bolt heads is accomplished on most doors by self-tapping 
screws which hold the hardware in place Where engineering de¬ 
mands, a minimum of thru bolts are used. 

Where installations require a maximum of light and vision the 
AL-LITE door has been designed. This model offers a narrow 
line frame, all glass door excellent for use on service stations, 
auto showrooms and drive in establishments. 

SALES, INSTALLATION AND SERVICE 

Sales, installation and service is provided by long established 
franchised distributors selected for their stability, diligence and 
integrity. These are people who take pride in their accomplish¬ 
ments and back our conviction, a satisfied customer is our first 
consideration. 


neoprene rubber 
channel 


snap in glass 
and panel bead 


rebated weather tight 
seal between sections 



hinge and roller 
carrier 

self tapping screws 


all welded joints 


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headroom 


U-LITE 


MODELS — 




32" RADIUS TRACK 


PASS DOOR 

Five and six section Al-Lite model 
Doors can be equipped with pedes¬ 
trian doors in the lower three sec¬ 
tions for convenient access without 
the need for constantly opening the 
parent door. 

All pedestrian doors are built with 
a rebated weatherseal completely 
around door (See Page 4). Six 
heavy duty spring loaded hinges as¬ 
sure a self closing action. 


Standard on service station models. Allows the large sections to glide 
smoothly around the sweeping curve. Provides life clearance required 
to raise door above service area greasing racks. 




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• FIRE HOUSES 

SPECIFICATIONS—AL-LITE DOOR 

Aluminum sectional overhead doors shall be by Arm-R-Lite Door 
Manufacturing Company, West Orange, New Jersey, and con¬ 
structed of extruded aluminum shapes of 6063-T 5 Alloy with a 
wall thickness of not less than .094 to produce a finished door 
of 1 %" thickness. All joints to be heli-arc welded, and welds 
ground smooth and the entire door surface polished to produce 
a grained #180 Finish. Metal is then to be bonderized and re¬ 
ceive one coat of Methacrylate Lacquer. 

Muntins —Narrowline H Type. 

Panels — to be .051, anodized sheet. 

Track — 2" x .093 galvanized, with full vertical and horizontal angle 
mounting. (32" Radius which provides two foot of lift is standard 
for service station models. All models can be provided with 
standard or lift clearance track. Please Specify.) 

Hardware —12 gauge plated. 

Rollers — Heavy duty full ball bearing with hardened inner and 
outer race. 

Counter Balance —Torsion springs, cast aluminum drums, air craft 
cable. 

Locking Device — Arrangement #1 or #4. 

Glazing —Doors to be factory glazed with tV' Arm-R-Clad Temp¬ 
ered Glass set in continuous neoprene channel and held in place 
by snap-in glazing bead for easy removal. 

Stops Furnish %" x 2 l />" “Positive Seal” door stops. 

Astragal -Bottom of door to have neoprene rubber astragal fas¬ 
tened to door with an aluminum bar and self tapping screws. 

ALTERNATE SPECIFICATIONS 

Double strength glass can be used for glazing in place of tV' 
Arm-R-Clad. Extension springs in place of Torsion on standard 
lift track only. 


• SERVICE STATIONS 

• CAR WASHES 


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FEATURES 


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SECTION A-A 

Any size Arm-R-Lite door can be furnished with a pass door for 
convenient pedestrian access. This eliminates need for constantly 
operating the parent door. 

The normal width of a pass door is between 2'-6" and 3'-6" wide. 
It is usually located one panel in from the right or left side of 
the door. 

A rebated weatherseal completely around the door affords pro¬ 
tection against the elements. Six heavy duty, surface mounted, 
spring loaded hinges assure accurate alignment and self closing. 
An aluminum key in knob lock set with interior latch, provides 
access from either side and securely locks door. 

When the parent door is over 15'-!^ " wide, a center support 
track is required. 

THE “POSITIVE SEAL 1 ’ DOOR STOP 

Arm-R-Lite engineering has designed 
the “Positive Seal” door stop to 
work in unison with the closing 
action of the Arm-R-Tite track to 
provide an absolutely tight weather- 
seal around the door and still allow 
it to work perfectly free while in 
motion. 

This extruded aluminum stop is 
slotted on the side that butts against 
the door to receive a tk" thick 
Schlegel Wovenpile Weatherstrip. 

This weatherseal, composed of mil¬ 
lions of flexible fibers, and given 
even greater resiliency by treatment 
with Dow-Corning Silicone provides 
positive protection against wind, 
rain, snow, dust and dirt. The woven 
pile stops drafts. Unaffected by 
temperature changes, it gives to let 
the moving door operate easily; then 
springs back at once to hold and 
seal. 

Further, the woven pile weatherseal provide a cushion between 
rigid surfaces that otherwise would bang and scrape or rattle on 
windy days. The moving door rides easily on dense pile fabric. 
Laboratory tests show that hundreds of thousands of opening and 
closing actions cause no appreciable wear. The earliest installa¬ 
tions, now more than 25 years old are still in excellent working 
condition. 



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THE ARM-R-TITE TRACK 

Starting from the floor the 
inclined vertical tracks pitch 
away from the jamb at the 
rate of *4" per door section. 

The end hinges with roller 
sleeves of progressively 
graduated height guide the 
decending door tightly 
against the door stop. When 
opening, the door is guided 
up and away from the door 
stop. This opening and clos¬ 
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TRACK AND TRACK REINFORCING 

All 2" track is .093 Thick. 

All 3" track is .125 Thick. 

As standard and at no increased 
cost all Arm-R-Tite track is fur¬ 
nished with continuous angle rein¬ 
forcing on both the vertical and 
horizontal track. When specifying 
the track, always specify continuous 
angle reinforced and give the par¬ 
ticular reinforcing required by the 
size door to be used. Vertical tracks 
mounted on flimsy brackets soon 

become wobbly, out of line and insecure. The door then no longer 
operates with 100% efficiency. 



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SECTIONS AND PANEL ARRANGEMENTS 

The design chart at the left illustrates the various standard door 
models. This chart indicates a certain number of sections and 
panels for a door falling in any specified height and width classi¬ 
fication. Thus from on hand inventory, we can then fabricate at 
an economical price, doors unequalled in appearance, strength 
and durability. 

Not to discourage individuality, Arm-R-Lite will make any custom 
designed door with as many or as few panels and sections as 
specified. 

Custom doors up to 36'0" wide and 20'0" high can be made to 
order. 


GLASS AND PANELS 

Glass and panels are wrapped in a continuous 
neoprene rubber channel, then inserted in the 
frame and held in place by a snap-in aluminum 
bead. This snap-in bead allows for easy on the 
job replacement of a damaged panel or a broken 
light of glass by anyone. 

One section of double strength glass (as indi¬ 
cated in the section and panel chart), is stand¬ 
ard on all industrial doors, although any door 
can be provided with as many glass sections as required or 
with all sections paneled. Any thickness glass up to and includ¬ 
ing % can be used. Caution should be taken however in the 
placement of glass sections (with glass over %" thick) due to the 
weight differences of the aluminum panels and the glass. Improper 
placement makes necessary special spring engineering. For ex¬ 
ample: Where two sections of 1 / 4" thick glass are required in a 
six section door place the glass sections in the center of the door 
or the third and fourth sections which will produce an evenly 
balanced door. Do not place them in the fifth and top sections 
if possible since a top heavy door will result. 

Anodized aluminum sheet of .051 thickness is the standard panel 
used for industrial doors. On special order sections can also be 
prepared to receive aluminum sheet up to .125 thickness, fiber¬ 
glass, porcelain, Arm-R-Ply or similar materials in thicknesses 
thru 14 ". 



SECTION CONSTRUCTION 



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End and intermediate stiles are contour milled to form a precise 
fit with rails. Joining is then accomplished by heli-arch welding 
to produce a most rigid frame of maximum strength. All welds 
are ground smooth and polished. Top and bottom rails and end 
stiles, all EXTRA LARGE, measure a full 4 1 /&". Intermediate 
Stiles are 2Mi". Intermediate Rails are 3%" per pair. This truly 
is a door designed to stand the rigors of daily commercial and 
industrial use. 


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DOORS 


TRACK SCHEDULE 


METHODS OF OPERATION 

CHAIN HOIST 


The track schedule below is provided to assist in the proper selection 
of the size track and angle reinforcing to be used in relation to the 
door size. Specify track according to track number in column 3. 


door size 
width 

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track 

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size 

vertical 

mounting 

wood 

jambs 

vertical 

mounting 

steel 

jambs 

type of angle 
reinforcement 
on horizontals 

stand¬ 

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track 

radius 

head- 

room 

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quired 

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room 

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to 12'-2' 

10'-6" 

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2 1 / 2 x2 1 / 2 x12GA 

2 x2 xl3GA 

15’ 

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1 / 2 x 31/2 xllGA 

2i/ 2 x2 1 / 2 xllGA 

2 x2 xllGA 

15’ 

1614’ 

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to 24'-2' 

10'-6" 

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1 1/2 x3/ 2 xlOGA 

2 1 / 2 x3 1 / 2 x11GA 

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2 1 / 2 x2 1 / 2 x11GA 

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2i/ 2 x2i/ 2 xy 16 

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61/2 ' 

to 12'-2' 

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2i/ 2 x2i/ 2 xllGA 

2 x2 xllGA 

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16/2 ’ 

51 / 2 ’ 

to 18'-2’ 

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3 x3 xlOGA 

2i/ 2 x2i/ 2 x3/ 16 

15’ 

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61/2 ’ 


Note: Headroom and sideroom measurements shown are for standard installations. Additional 
equipment may require more room. Check special equipment pages for details. 


The use of this manually operated 3 to 1 reduction gear unit is 
dictated by the size and weight of the door. Normally all doors over 
14'0" wide 13'0" high should be equipped with a chain hoist. 

The chain hoist unit is mounted on one of the vertical tracks and 
operates the door by means of a %" pitch endless roller chain con¬ 
necting a sprocket on the chain hoist unit with a sprocket on the 
Torsion Spring Shaft, or in the case of extension springs, with a 
sprocket on the cross header shaft which is provided. 

The Chain Hoist is then operated from the floor by an endless 
cadmium plated hand chain. 


additional space requirements 

Sideroom 


4" 

on Chain Hoist 
Side Only 


Headroom 


8 " 


ELECTRIC OPERATORS 

Model LC—For commercial and light industrial doors up to 16'-2" 
Wide and 14'-1" High. Equipped with Vz or Yj H.P. Motors. Three 
button control station. 

Model HDC—Heavy duty industrial type for doors up to 36' wide 
and 16' high. Equipped with %, Yz or % H.P. motor. Solenoid 
brake, and built in emergency chain hoist. Three button control 
station. 


STANDARD HARDWARE 

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HINGES AND ROLLERS 

Arm-R-Lite heavy duty zinc plated 12 
gauge hinge leafs connected by oversize 
tubes assure a large bearing area and easy 
pivoting. 

On most doors the hinges are securely fas¬ 
tened to the frame with 1 / 4" x 20 Hex head 
self tapping screws which give tremendous 
holding power leaving the exterior beauty 
of the door unmarred by unsightly bolts. 
Only on extremely large doors, where engi¬ 
neering demands, are a limited number of 
thru bolts used. 

Full ball bearing rollers with large balls of 
chrome steel ride on case hardened inner 
and outer races assuring long life and oper¬ 
ating ease. 


LIFT CABLES 

Each door is raised and lowered by seven strand-nineteen wire galvan¬ 
ized steel aircraft type cables of a diameter properly selected accord¬ 
ing to the door weight plus a large safety factor. 

SPECIAL REINFORCING 

Arm-R-Lite doors up to 14'lYz" wide do not require reinforcing 
against deflection in the open position except in special instances. 
The inherent strength of the all welded tubular frame together with 
the elasticity of aluminum provides an exceptionally rigid door which 
will always retain its straightness. 

Doors over wide are additionally reinforced with 16 gauge 

galvanized steel U shaped struts. On doors 22'2" wide and over these 
struts are used in conjunction with a center support track. 


COUNTER BALANCE 

Torsion springs— Made of heavy duty oil tempered steel wire indi¬ 
vidually designed for the weight of the door and mounted on a 
continuous ball bearing cross header shaft with cable drums of cast 
aluminum or steel. Can be used with any track arrangement except 
low headroom. 

Extension springs— Matched springs of heavy duty oil tempered wire 
individually designed for the weight of the door offer close accuracy 
at a reduced cost. Steel aircraft cables ride on heavy duty ball 
bearing sheaves. Recommended for use with standard 15" radius 
track only. 


CENTER SUPPORT TRACK 

Doors 16'-0" wide and wider with pass doors and all doors 22'-0" 
wide and wider are supplied with a center support track. Doors with 
center track require 6" additional headroom. 


LOCKING DEVICES 

Arrangement #1 Manually operated-torsion spring door: Throw bolt 
type, with five pin cylinder lock, mounted on the end stile of door. 

Arrangement #2 Manually operated-extension spring door: Cremone 
type with heavy lock bars engaging both tracks. Equipped with five 
pin cylinder lock and back latch. Two keys provided. 

Arrangement #3 Chain hoist operated doors: Special bracket for 
locking in hand chain is mounted on track or door jamb. No other 
locking arrangement required. 

Arrangement #4 Service station doors: Throw bolt type, mounted 
on end stile of door, engages track. Can be locked or opened from 
inside only. 

Motor operated doors: Electric operator automatically locks door in 
the closed position. No other locking arrangement required. 



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AftflVfcUTE ALUMINUM OVERHEAD DOORS 

SPECIFICATIONS—Commercial and Industrial Doors 


Supply aluminum sectional overhead doors as indicated on plans 
complete with all necessary hardware, track, operating mechanism 
and etc. as manufactured by the Arm-R-Lite Door Mfg. Co. 1-5 White 
St., W. Orange, N. J. and installed by their authorized distributor. 

Aluminum sections: Shall be 1%" thick and constructed of 6063-T 
5 Alloy. Stiles and rails to be hollow extruded shapes with an .094 
wall thickness. Bottom and top rails and end stiles to be 4 1 /2" wide, 
center stiles 2 1 / 4" wide and meeting rails 3%" wide per pair. Meet¬ 
ing rails shall be designed to form a rebated weather joint. All stiles 
and rails shall be accurately joined and all joints heli-arc welded 
with deep penetration. Welds to be ground smooth and entire inner 
and outer door surfaces to be polished to a 180 grit finish. 

Finish: All exposed surfaces to receive an Irilac #1000 bath fol¬ 
lowed by one coat of clear Methracrylate Lacquer. 

Panels: .051 gauge anodized panels set in a continuous neoprene 
gasket and held in place by a snap-in type bead with no visible 
means of fastening. 

Glass: Sections as indicated on the plans shall be factory glazed 

with.type glass. Glass to be set in a continuous neoprene 

gasket and held in place by a snap-in bead for easy removal. 

Door stop: Provide %" x 2 1 /£>" “Positive Seal” Aluminum door stop 
for outside of door, the side butting against door to be equipped 
with a woven pile weatherstrip. 

Track: To be Arm-R-Tite No. track with vertical tracks 

mounted on continuous . angles, and horizontal tracks rein¬ 
forced with continuous . angles. 


Hardware: Hinges are stamped steel, 12 gauge, with plated finish. 
Rollers and sheaves are full floating ball bearing with case hardened 
inner and outer races. Cables are 7 strand 19 wire galvanized steel 
aircraft type designed to carry the weight of the door plus a large 
safety factor. 

Springs: Twin helical wound oil tempered torsion type springs 
individually designed to counterbalance the weight of the door. 

Locking Device to be arrangement No. 

Reinforcing: Doors over 14'-2" wide to be reinforced with steel U 
type struts. 

Shop drawings: Before performance of work under this contract 
complete shop drawings in quadruplicate shall be submitted to the 
architect for approval and verification of dimensions by installing 
agency. 

Astragal: Bottom of door to have neoprene rubber astragal fastened 
to door with an aluminum bar and self tapping screws. 

Alternate specifications 

Extension Springs instead of Torsion Springs. 

Additional specifications 

Chain Hoist . Page 7. 

Electric Operator. Page 7. 

Lift Clearance . Page 6. 

Pass Doors.Page 3 & 4. 



ARM-R-LITE REPRESENTATIVES 

ARKANSAS 

Little Rock—Overdoors, Inc. 

3019 Asher St. 

M0 6-9048 

CAR0LINAS 

Greensboro, N.C.—Beaman Engineering Co., 
1046 Westside Drive 
Broadway 4-1771 

CONNECTICUT 

Hartford—Thompson Overhead Door Co., 

880 W. Boulevard 
Adams 3-8614 

FLORIDA 

Miami—Beaman Engineering Co., 

Box 38-502 Little River Station 
Plaza 1-2722 

GEORGIA 

Chamblee—Beaman Engineering Co., 

3149 Carroll Avenue, P.0. Box 213 
Glendale 7-4455 

MARYLAND 

Baltimore—Beaman Engineering Co., 

532 Rosehill Terrace, P.0. Box 564 
Hopkins 7-8900 

MASSACHUSETTS 

Hingham—Door Engineering Co. Inc., 

292 Lincoln Street, Route 3A 
Riverview 9-3046 


Methuen—The Builders Garage Door Co., 

476 Lowell Street 
Murdock 2-2887 

Wilbraham—Daniele Overhead Door Co. Inc. 

LY 6-3930 
NEW JERSEY 

West Orange—Vindour Associates, 

716 Eagle Rock Avenue 
Orange 7-1531 
NEW YORK 

Buffalo—Adams Door Company, 

1035 Englewood Avenue, Kenmore 23 
Riverside 8203 
Syracuse—C. H. Foster, Inc. 

3420-22 Burnet Ave. 

Utica—Cussworth Door & Window Company, 
Horatio St., Aerterial 
RE 3-4637 
NEW YORK CITY 

Brooklyn—Christie & Sons, 2015 Utica Avenue 
Cloverdale 2-6078 
OHIO 

Cleveland—Atlantic Door Company, 

4220 East 146th St. 

Ludlow 1-3700 
OKLAHOMA 

Lawton—Overdoors, Inc. 

209 Euclid 
EL 3-6658 


Oklahoma City—Overdoors, Inc. 

1819-30 N. W. 5th St. 

Central 2-6767 - 2-6536 
Tulsa—Overdoors, Inc. 

403 So. Rockford St. 

Dl 3-3051 
PENNSYLVANIA 

Erie—Comstock Bldg. Products Company, 
5612 E. Lake Road 
Erie 8-3178 


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Harrisburg—Doors, Inc., 4250 Chambers Hill Road 
Jordon 4-2057 

Langhorne—Vindour Associates, 

2624 Arrowhead Drive 
SKyline 7-5155 

New Castle—C. & D. Supply Co. 

Pittsburgh—Better Bilt Supply, Inc., 

3614 Boulevard of Allies 
Museum 1-6520 
VIRGINIA 

Norfolk—Door Engineering Corp. 

700 Front Street 

Richmond—Beaman Engineering Company, 

2517 Grenoble St. 

P. 0. Box 4651-Ridge Branch 
WASHINGTON, D.C. 

Beaman Engineering Co. 

532 Rose Hill Terr. Baltimore, MD. 

Hopkins 7-8900 









































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