Operation and Maintenancefor Rolling Shutter

Table of ContentsChapter DescriptionScope of WorksOperation & Safety InstructionsMaintenance & GuidelinesParts

Operation & maintenance manualScope of worksRoller Shutter:Operation and maintenance of Roller Shutter systemOperationA. To Open or Close: Use the hand chain or winding handle, whichever is fitted. Operate with asmooth action. If the shutter/grill is to be left in an intermediate position always secure with thechain cleat or winding handle lock.B. Wicket Door: If fitted, the wicket door and frame must be in the open position when operatingthe roller shutter curtain.Safety InstructionsA. Keep openings clear at all times.B. Do not operate an obviously damaged door. If a door is found to be damaged, lock the door andleave a warning note on it. Ensure that the damaged door is checked by a qualified personbefore operating.C. Do not lean ladders against door or tracks.D. Stand clear of openings whilst operating doors.E. Open and close the door using only the handles, chains or electrical controls provided.F. If any of these door types are damaged or become difficult to operate, report this to a qualifiedmaintenance company.G. Under no circumstances should inexperienced personnel attempt to adjust the barrel and springassembly.H. Do not remove the cover of the electrical operator control box without first switching off thepower at the isolator.I. Any necessary adjustments or fault finding must be carried out by a suitably trained andcompetent electrician.

MaintenanceThe following recommendations are made for maintenance and essential repair work to achieve themaximum efficiency of the door throughout its economical working lifetime.Maintenance Frequency To ensure safe and reliable operation, regular inspection and maintenance is essential.The frequency of maintenance depends on the frequency of usage.Service maintenance should be carried out by fully trained and competent door installationengineers.It is advisable to encourage personnel to report any damage or defects noticed during day today usage.Prompt repair actions will avoid any unnecessary over stressing of components and can greatlyprolong the useful life of the door.One cycle is Opening / Closing of the Roller Shutter one time.Guidelines for maintenance scheduleCycles per dayMore than 45 cycles per dayMore than 30 Cycles per dayMore than 15 cycles per dayLess than 15 cycles per dayService by a specialist Engineer required :Every 2 monthsEvery 3 monthsEvery 4 monthsEvery 6 MonthsMaintenance - By the UserOn a daily basis, the user should ensure that There is no damage to parts of the door Excessive force is not required to operate the door. Any damage or force required to operate the door is reported and action taken in respect ofrepairs required. Components of the door are clean and free of built up dust and dirt. Any bottom tracks are free from debris and if not, cleaned out. They are fully conversant and comply with the operating and safety instructions.Maintenance - By a Specialist EngineerOn the maintenance schedule basis the specialist engineer should carry out the items mentioned insection A, B & C and in addition should follow as per below: Check all fixing bolts and fitting screws/bolts are tight. Generally clean the faces of the doors. Wipe any excess lubricant from the track.

A.B.Check operation of any shoot bolt/locks and lightly lubricate. Clean any hand chains - Do notlubricate hand chain or hand chain wheels.Check safety devices have not been activated. Attention to support brackets and guides.Hardware. Check all fixings, nuts and bolts etc. securing door hardware and tracks and tightenwhere necessary. Remove dirt and old lubricants from the guides, and apply a film of lubricant to theinside surface - wipe off any surplus. Check that the doorstops at the top of the guides are not bent and are secure and thatthe bottom rail is contacting them correctly on full opening height.Barrel & Counterbalance Assembly Lubricate barrel/shaft bearings, apply lubricant through grease nipples (if fitted) - wipeoff any excess.Lightly lubricate hand chain gears - Wipe off any excess.Check the operation and balance of the door throughout its travel.Any gearing should run free with no tight spots.If the tension requires adjustment, adjust as necessary (providing easy access can begained to the barrel and shutter). If access is difficult, report the condition for furtheraction.If a coil casing is fitted check that the casing fixings are secure and that no part of thecasing is fouling the curtain. Check safety brake device, if it has been activated/damaged it is recommended that it is replaced.C. SealsCheck the integrity of any weather seals, re-secure if necessary.Warning & Attentions: Activities which interfere with any of the components that are under tension must not beundertaken by untrained personnel as they can be extremely dangerous.Attention to the lifting cables and ferrules for wear and tear and to cable anchor devices.Adjustment of the balance of operation by re-tensioning springs by re-tensioning springs orother counterbalance systems.Removing or replacing moving parts of the door. Electrical features on electrically operateddoors.

Parts1. Steel Shaft2. Shaft Connecting Plate3. Bearing4. Round Axle5. Guide Rail

Operation & maintenance manual Scope of works Roller Shutter: Operation and maintenance of Roller Shutter system Operation A. To Open or Close: Use the hand chain or winding handle, whichever is fitted.Operate with a