do you have doors for high wind but non-impact?

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A 4110 with AVB (advance variable back check) would be recommended. Using a SCUSH (Spring Cush) arm will also help minimize shock to all door hardware.
The L-Series doors are designed for virtually all construction requirements in commercial building applications. They have also been tested and approved for uniform wind load per ASTM E330.  ...
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Steelcraft offers all the standard lights as well as special size glass lights in the H-series door. Effective April 1, 2012, (Bulletin # B-100.12) the default for Dezigner Trim in H-Series Doors...
The 4600 operator is designed to meet the ANSI Code 156.19 that limits the opening force to a 15 lbs.  By code and design, the operator must stop opening the door when an obstruction or resistance ...