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Rolling Grille Model 600

Designed to Maximize Security, Visibility, and Ventilation

Model 600 offers security, visibility and ventilation in a number of patterns and finishes for commercial, industrial, retail and institutional applications. Slide bolts or padlockable chains come standard based on operation selection.
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Wayne Dalton Rolling Grille Model 600 offers security, visibility and ventilation in a number of patterns and finishes for commercial, industrial, retail and institutional applications. Slide bolts or padlockable chains come standard based on operation selection. Additional locking options are available including cylinder locks and thumb turns. This rolling grille also offers an emergency egress option as an additional security feature.

Model 600 is constructed with vertical aluminum links and horizontal steel rods with spacer tubes and end links that ensure that the grille cannot be pulled from guides. Rod construction comes standard as hollow steel; however, solid galvanized steel, aluminum or stainless steel rods are also available. The bottom bar is a tubular aluminum extrusion, providing stability and strength to the grille design. The counterbalance assembly consists of a spring barrel which serves as a load-carrying beam. It encases the counterbalance mechanism and provides the axis around which the curtain coils. (Deflection is limited to 0.033" per lineal foot of span.)

We offer options to accommodate special applications, including sloped bottom bars, curb cut out bottom bars and combination door mounts. Approximately 200 RAL powder coat colors are available for Model 600.

Key Product Features

  • Max Width: 42'
  • Max Height: 20’
  • Steel, aluminum, stainless steel construction
  • 20,000 cycle torsion springs
  • Slide bolt or padlockable chain

Grille Patterns

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G-6 Pattern (Standard)

G-6 Pattern (Standard) – Straight 9” spacing
Available: Aluminum, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel
Available with acrylic lites in 9” pattern only and aluminum curtain only
Also available in a Modified G-6 pattern with 6” spacing

 
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G-8 Pattern

G-8 Pattern (Optional) – Straight 4” spacing
Available: Aluminum, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel

 
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G-3 Pattern

G-3 Pattern (Optional) – Straight 3” spacing
Available: Aluminum, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel

 
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G-7 Pattern

G-7 Pattern (Optional) – Straight 2” spacing
Available: Aluminum, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel

 
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G-1 Pattern

G-1 Pattern (Optional) – Brick 4.5” spacing
Available: Aluminum, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel
Also available in a Modified G-1 pattern with 3.125” spacing

Model 600 EES Emergency Egress Option

The Wayne Dalton emergency egress grille provides secure access to public areas, yet will automatically open fully upon detection of an alarm or power failure. This prevents entrapment in the event of an emergency and allows immediate access to emergency personnel. The emergency egress grille is ideal for schools, hospitals, and office buildings, or other applications that require different levels of access at various times.

Options & Accessories

  • Curtain: galvanized steel, stainless steel
  • Locks: cylinder, Best lock, thumb turns, EZ-LOK
  • Bottom bar: double angle, sloping, curb cutout
  • Bottom edge: astragal, pneumatic or electric sensing edge
  • Spring: high cycle option available (requires solid rod construction for 100k+)
  • Guides: UHMW wear strips available
  • Steel mounting tubes
  • Drop stop device
  • Super-imposed combination doors
  • End covers
  • Fascia
  • Solid inner rods

Operation Options

  • Awning crank
  • Wall crank
  • Chain hoist
  • Motor
  • Motor with chain hoist

Color Options

RAL Powder Coat

Wayne Dalton also offers approximately 200 powder coat options to complement the exterior colors of a building.colors

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