When Strength and Impact Resistance are Critical

sectional steel door model 220

Key Product Features:

  • Optional polystyrene insulation, R-Value=7.64
  • 20 Gauge Steel Sections
  • Max Width 28’2”
  • Shiplap Joint Profile
  • Smooth flush exterior with white finish

Wayne Dalton’s 220 steel sectional overhead door provides high impact resistance and industrial strength. Available in a wide variety of standard sizes, the 220 is available with 20-gauge ribbed or flush hot-dipped galvanized steel exterior skin. A range of lite and insulation options are also available. The model 220 is available in sizes up to 480 sq. ft. Optional insulation consists of 1 5/16" expanded polystyrene which provides an R-value of up to 7.64 and a U-value as low as 0.13.

Color Options:

Smooth finish with baked-on polyester primer and white polyester finish coats.



Window Options:

sectional steel door model 220 with small windows for security
Insulated Lites allow for visibility while maintaining security
sectional steel door model 220 with full view window sections
Full view sections allow for maximum natural light and visibility

Materials & Construction

The Model 220 door uses “C”-shaped 20-gauge center and 16-gauge end stiles which are formed of galvanized steel with pre-located extruded holes for rapid hinge attachment. Optional 16-gauge center stiles are also available.

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. The optional polystyrene insulation covered with .022" minimum embossed pre-painted white steel provides an R-value of up to 7.64. 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 220.

*Wayne Dalton uses a calculated door section R-Value for insulated doors.