Cookson Motor Operators

Cookson Motor Installed on a service door
Cookson Motor Installed on a service door

Cookson Motor Operators are used with Cookson Service Doors. Motor operation is the most effective and consistent method of opening larger, higher cycle doors. It is far easier to use than a manual chain hoist. Also, the consistent operation with an operator can help maximize the commercial door's operational life. Motor operators can be opened through remotes and wall controls for efficient access. You often see motor operators in parking garages, distribution facilities, paint booths, car washes and many other commercial applications.

Motor operation does require power to the opening and enough clearance to mount the motor. When the power goes out, auxiliary modes of operation can be used (push up or chain, depending on door size and configuration).

Motor Operator Benefits

  • Durable Operators with ratings for weather, chemical, and explosion
  • Consistent Operation to maximize door longevity
  • Easy Access through remotes and wall controls
  • Safety through sensing edges and entrapment protection

Models

Cookson EverGard

The Cookson EverGard operator features a battery back-up that activates in the absence of AC power. It’s a UL listed, gear head DC operator rated for a maximum of 10 cycles per day.

Cookson MG

The Cookson MG is a medium-duty industrial gearhead operator rated for up to 20 cycles per day. It is available configured from 1/3 hp to 3/4 hp depending on the door size.

  • HP: 1/3 hp to 3/4 hp (Factory will advise on minimum HP for specific door size and configuration)
  • Volts: 115, 208/230, 460 and 575
  • Phase: 1 and 3

Cookson SG

The Cookson SG is a super-duty industrial gearhead operator rated for continuous duty.

  • HP: 1/2 hp to 2 hp (Factory will advise on minimum HP for specific door size and configuration)
  • Volts: 115, 208/230, 460 and 575
  • Phase: 1 and 3
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