Rollok Aluminum Slats Roll-up Tambour Doors

The Anti-Blocking System now available is an inexpensive safeguard. Optional Closure Panel. Security

The Anti-Blocking System now available is an inexpensive safeguard. If the door meets an obstacle when lowering, the motor idles, preventing motor burnout and compromised security. Motorized doors provide simple security withour risk of damage.

  • Rolls down for total security
  • Security system that is quick and easy to install and operate
  • Retrofits to new or existing shelving
  • No need to relocate records
  • Able to span multiple sections of shelving
  • No loss of filing inches
  • Extenders allow for protruding folders
  • Made of lightweight durable aluminum
  • Effortless operation with spring or motor
  • Push-button lock conveniently located
  • Easy installation on any application

Optional Accessories

In addition to our spring-assisted doors, you also have the option of motor-operated electronic doors. With motorization, Rollok doors can easily be opened or locked with the push of a button or the turn of a key.

Key Switch

Simple operation with the turn of a key. Can be mounted on the side guide rails for easy access.

Wireless Key Pad

Can be mounted anywhere within the room. One wireless key pad can operate an unlimited number of doors.

Radio Remote

Remote control transmitter fits easily into the palm of the hand. One remote can operate an unlimited number of doors. One motor can receive signals from several transmitters. Available with a wall plug so that special wiring is not necessary.

Optional Closure Panel.Optional Closure Panel.

Optional Closure Panel.

Our foam filled slats are made of 100% CFC-free material. Water is used as propellant, NO PROPELLANT SUCH AS PENTANE OR BUTANE ARE USED. The powder-coated surface is made of polyester and enameled in a special stove with 200° C.

Slat profile:

  • Material: Roll formed aluminum
  • Slat Profile, made of 3005 H27 aluminum alloy per ASTM aluminum standards which is coil coated with a high quality polyester paint on the outside to insure durability and a poly primer on the inside to provide an adhesive surface for the polyurethane foam core. The foam is injected during the forming process, adding structural composition as well as insulating qualities.
  • Interlocking slats, continuous for the entire door width, side-locks at the ends of alternating slats.

Housing/Hood Material:

Aluminum, Alloy 3005, minimum 0.032" thick per ASTM aluminum standards, which is coil coated.

Guide Rails:

  • Material: Extruded aluminum alloy of 6063-T5.
  • Finish: Match slat finish.
  • Dimensions: 2.125" x 0.875".
  • Thickness: Corners are 0.015" radius, and typical wall thickness is 0.062".

Bottom Slat-for mounting locking mechanism

  • Dimensions: 3.039" x 0.328".


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    I have cabinets in my kitchen that are painted.......i want to go oak face frame and doors...............can i pull off the existing face frame, and replace with an oak question is......whats the best way to build the frame......dowels?

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      Otherwise, you just apply the boards individually to the cabinet box and pin the edge that hangs down with a finish nail (not the best method, but it's done on built in shelves everyday).