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Magnum - Mini Overhead Door and Hurricane Shutter

We here at Alutech United have developed a new kind of hurricane shutter known as the Magnum roll shutter. This type of roller shutter doubles as both a mini-overhead door for security purposes and as a hurricane shutter. This also means that our Magnum shutters come in small housing sizes. 

Our one-of-a-kind "End Retention System" eliminates the need for storm bars. This patented technology allows for smoother, quieter shutter operation and smaller housing sizes while also offering the same level of protection. Our Magnum roll shutters exceed the toughest standards required by both international and domestic building codes. 

Some of the unique features of the Magnum Shutter are:

  • End Retention System - eliminates the need for storm bars
  • Efficient roll diameter - minimizes housing size
  • Patented roll shutter system
  • 57mm extruded aluminum slat
  • Stainless steel end retention bolts
  • New slat appearance
  • Building Code Approved
  • Approved for block and concrete construction
  • Approved for wooden structures
  • Perforation and hole punch option
  • Slimline and commercial lock options
Installation photo
Characteristics
Covering Surface
57mm
Slat Height
62mm
Nominal Thickness
7mm
Weight per sqft
1.3 lbs
Slats per ft (height)
5.38
Max. width
18ft
Max. height
19ft
Min. Axle diameter
60mm
Housing size chart
5.5" BOX
max. Finished Height
45"
6.5" BOX
max. Finished Height
87"
7" BOX
max. Finished Height
101"
8" BOX
max. Finished Height
157"
9" BOX
max. Finished Height
190"
10" BOX
max. Finished Height
223"
12" BOX
max. Finished Height
265"
FAQ
Are your shutters and screens approved under Florida's building code?
Yes. Several of our models fall under the “hurricane shutters” category under Florida's building code. For more information, please visit our Applications section.
Roll Shutter, Accordion Shutters, Hurricane Shutters, Storm Panels, Hurricane Screens: what is the difference?
While these shutters differ in style or design, each of these works to protect your home from torrential rains and hurricane-force winds. In addition, each of these products is tested to comply with numerous building codes (e.g. FBC and IBC).
Do I need hurricane shutters?
Absolutely! Hurricane shutters provide the highest level of protection against the elements. For more information, please visit our Applications section. 
What colors can I choose from? (Roll Shutters)
We offer a wide range of standardized color choices, from white to black. We also offer customized color options upon request. 
How many shutters or screens can I operate with one switch?
Special switches can operate up to two shutters. Somfy’s RTS or IGC technology could, virtually, operate an unlimited number of shutters with only a single switch! The technology could also be modified to control individual or groups of motors from multiple locations. This technology can be incorporated into most home automation and z-wave systems. 
When should I use a motor with gear override?
Motorized shutters and screens with gear override should be used in case of a power outage. They may also prove ideal for creating emergency exits. 
Do you have a dealer near me?
The chances are highly likely! Just to be sure, however, you can contact us or access our Find A Dealer page to locate nearby dealers. Simply enter your zip code.
 
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