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Fire-rated Rolling Doors

Where safety and fire protection are crucial, choose FireCoil. Raynor FireCoil fire-rated rolling doors are the standard for facilities that require a listed fire door in a rated firewall. Provided with fusible links that automatically release to close the door at 165°F, the door’s descent can also be triggered by smoke and heat detectors, a building’s alarm system, or SS90 fail-safe devices. FireCoil fire-rated rolling doors are UL, C-UL, FM, and CSFM-labeled.

FireCoil™ Features & Options

Every Raynor FireCoil rolling door is built for superior performance and includes the features and options listed below:


Doors of all sizes meet NFPA 80 requirements. Closing speed is consistently controlled between 6-12” per second, resulting in a more smooth, quiet and safer descent.


State-of-the-art design incorporates automatic resetting of the auto-closing system. All doors can be easily reset with a single-side release which results in dramatic savings in testing and resetting costs while minimizing downtime.

Fusible Link

Automatic door closure is initiated by one of three fusible links that melt at 165° Fahrenheit.

Pre-Assembled Rolling Steel Door

Our Raynor pre-assembled rolling steel door option allows for faster and easier installation by having the curtain, barrel, and head plates shipped pre-assembled and in one crate. Ask your Raynor Authorized Dealer how to take advantage of our pre-assembled option.

Bottom Bar

Curtain bottoms are reinforced with a minimum of two steel angles for maximum durability. A bottom astragal is included on all motor-operated doors.


All FireCoil door curtains are constructed with heavy-duty steel slats: Flat Slats (UF), Insulated Flat Slats (UI), Large Contour Slats (LL), and Small Contour Slats (US). See Slat Style Options tab below.

Counterbalance System

A torsion-spring-operated system, enclosed in a structural steel barrel, effectively counterbalances the door for a minimum 10,000 cycles.

Guides and End Locks

Steel angle guides provide added support for curtain slats. Zinc-plated, malleable cast-iron end locks prevent lateral movement of the curtain slats.


In applications where control and access are important, choose from a variety of locking options to help keep your building secure. Locks come in either cylinder or slide-bolt (shown) variations. Slide-bolt locks are standard on push-up operation.

Curtain Hood*

For maximum structural rigidity, curtain hoods feature rolled edges and are formed from 24 gauge, hot dipped galvanized steel.

*FireCoil hood include a flame baffle that is activated by a fusible link. Standard on Factory Mutual-approved doors. Optional on UL-approved doors.

Smoke Control

A guide with brush seal (shown) and header seal reduce smoke damage.

Colors / Finishes

Standard: White, Gray, Tan

ArmorBrite™ Powder Coat System

Choose your color! Nearly every Raynor fire door component (curtain slats, bottom bars, guides, hoods, and head plates) can be powder coated in any of 188 ArmorBrite colors for an attractive appearance and exceptional durability.

Model Details

Specifications and Drawings

CSI Master Format Microsoft Word Document PDF Document

Slat Style Options

Flat Slats (UF)

The most architecturally pleasing slat profile, flat slats are ideal when weatherseal is used. Flat slats offer full visual access, multiple glazing options and wind load resistance in a rolling steel door designed to fit in a variety of opening sizes.

Large Contour Slats (LL)

Available in virtually unlimited widths, large contour slats are typically specified for larger-sized openings.

Small Contour Slats (US)

An excellent choice for smaller openings widths, small contour slats are the best value for opening sizes up to 14’x24′.

Insulated Flat Slats (UI)

Designed for any application demanding greater thermal efficiency.

Product Literature

FireCoil Warranty

Door Sections
Raynor warrants the door and its component parts for one (1) year against defects in material and workmanship.

Hardware & Spring Components
Raynor warrants all hardware and spring components against defects in material and workmanship for one (1) year.

Under the terms of this limited warranty, for any door components that are found to be defective upon inspection by authorized Raynor personnel, Raynor will, at its option, repair or replace the defective door components. Labor charges for installations or repairs shall be the responsibility of the consumer and must be performed by a qualified installer. This warranty applies only to doors that are professionally installed by a qualified installer.

This warranty extends only to the original purchaser. This warranty is not transferable.

This warranty does not apply to any damage or deterioration caused by abuse, applied paint failure or failure to provide reasonable and necessary maintenance.

Raynor shall not be liable for any consequential or incidental damages.


Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of consequential or incidental damages, so the above limitation or exclusion may not apply to you.

Claims for defects in material and workmanship covered by this warranty shall be made in writing with proof of purchase to the dealer from whom the product was purchased or call Raynor at 1-800-4-RAYNOR within the warranty period. Raynor may choose to have the product returned for inspection.

This warranty gives you specific legal rights. You may also have other rights, which may vary from state to state.