- Horns and strobes
- Smoke detector
- Safety edge (electrical or pneumatic)
- Fire-rated counter top
- Smoke Seal
- Vision FireLites®
- Wayneguard® release system
- Chain hoist with gear reduction
- Wall crank box
- Motor Operator
Testing the FireStar® counter shutter is easy! It requires no tools, and can be reset back into operation with no special skills. Just follow the simple instructions. Facility staff can test for fire safety periodically throughout the year.
Optional Fire Rated Counter Top
Choose our fire-rated counter top for even more fire protection. It has an interior core made with Georgia Pacific Firestop®.
Slat & Guide Assembly
Waynegard Release System Horns and strobes Smoke detectors
FireStar® doors feature an easy to use release handle for easy testing
What makes a FireStar® superior
Planetary Gear Arrangement
FireStar® uses a unique planetary gear assembly to disconnect from the operator and drop the door in the event of a fire.
Lift-Up Crank Operation
FireStar® uses a unique counterbalance technology utilizing special clutch plates.
9’ (2.7 meters)
16’ (4.8 meters)
FireStar® 540: 22-gauge galvanized steel
FireStar® 550: 22-gauge stainless steel #4 finish
Interlocking roll-formed slats with steel endlocks
FireStar® 540: galvanized steel
FireStar® 550: stainless steel #4 finish
Oil tempered helical torsion springs with cast iron barrel plugs.
Manual lift-up standard
FireStar® release system standard on most shutters
Steel, masonry, fire-rated wood, or fire-rated drywall with 16+ gauge steel jambs