Each Frankentor is equipped with torsion springs. The garage door can be easily moved because the weight of the door leaf is compensated by a spring, whether the door is running manually or our summer drive is relieved. In order to correctly calculate the weight balance of differently heavy sectional doors, different sizes of torsion springs are always used.
The term torsion spring is derived from verb twisting, this means twisting or twisting. As the name suggests, torsion springs perform a permanent rotational movement. To prevent the breakage of a torsion spring, we use a spring break safety device as standard on all gates.
Torsion springs are garage door springs that rotate to achieve counterbalance on your sectional door. Tension spring pacts are garage door tension springs that pull apart and contract again to ensure weight equalization on your sectional door. For large and older garage doors, the torsion feather was used by Frankentore. For large garage doors, this torsion spring technology is still used today.
How much is a sectional garage door?
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