Designed to meet the needs of the most rugged applications, the Wayne-Dalton 216 steel sectional door features heavy-duty 16-gauge construction built to withstand severe weather, brutal use and exposure to security hazards. A variety of insulation and lite options are available for the Model 216, which is also available in a wide range of sizes.
The Wayne-Dalton Model 216 steel sectional door is engineered to perform, even in the most punishing environments. Whether subjected to severe weather, rough use or security hazards, the Model 216 will stand the test of time.
Materials & Construction
Industrial-duty 16-gauge hot-dipped galvanized steel sections are reinforced with heavy duty vertical stiles on the interior of the Wayne-Dalton Model 216. Complete with prelocated extruded mounting holes, these 16-gauge “C”-shaped stiles make hinge installation quick and secure.
Bottom sections feature a flexible bulb-shaped vinyl astragal held in place by a continuous roll-formed steel retainer that reinforces the lower portion of the door at the same time.
Additional options include top head seal, joint seals and jamb seals.Optional insulation, consisting of 1 9/16″ expanded polystyrene or urethane and covered with .022″ minimum embossed pre-painted white steel provides an R-value of up to 7.64 and a U-value as low as 0.13. Lite options include insulated or non-insulated factory-glazed lites or complete aluminum full-view sections for maximum visibility. Operators can also be specified for use with the Model 216.