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Auto Smoke Fire-Tite® - IMB Photo Gallery

This rolling smoke door is a high quality auto fire door that is designed to prevent the spread of smoke to different compartments. It has the same features as the Fire-Tite® smoke rated door with the addition of an “S” rating for smoke leakage. Click here to request a quote on a quality rolling smoke door. This fire and smoke door is built in accordance with requirements specified by Underwriters Laboratories Inc.

Alpine’s Auto-Smoke Fire-Tite® IMB is an insulated and automatic rolling smoke door. The Rolling Smoke Door, Smoke Rated door, Fire and Smoke Door, Auto Fire Door have curtains that are constructed of galvanized steel in IMB-V7 insulated slats. They can be finished with powder coating or baked enamel finishes. This rolling smoke door is approved for up to 3 hours of protection for doors in dividing fire walls with openings not exceeding 120 sq. ft. in area. The fire and smoke door is also approved for 1.5 hours and .75 hours depending on the specific requirements.

Alpine’s Rolling Smoke Door, Smoke Rated door, Fire and Smoke Door, Auto Fire Door undergoes several auto fire door tests to ensure optimal reliability during extended periods of exposure to fire. Below you will find a fire and smoke door photo gallery showing the tests and the application of our Auto-Smoke Fire-Tite® IMB smoke rated door. Scroll down the page to find additional photos of the auto fire door with custom colors or additional components such as chain operators.

Alpine’s Engineering team will help you determine the exact auto fire and smoke door that will meet your specifications and requirements. Alpine will guide you through every step with your smoke rated door and rolling smoke door.  Alpine will design a fire and smoke door or auto fire door that will bring years of usage.

Alpine’s auto fire door is tough enough to stand up to a lot of usage. The rolling smoke door and smoke rated door is built to last. Call Alpine today to find out which fire door is right for your building’s entry.