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Garador's Wonderfully Quiet Belt Drive

Garador's Wonderfully Quiet Belt Drive

Tue, 04 Oct 2016

Our garage doors are already quiet, here’s how to make them even harder to hear…

It’s a familiar sound; the click-vroom gudda gudda that signals someone has arrived home and the garage door is opening. That is, unless you have a Garador garage door and opener combo.

The Garador Enduro GDO-9 opener with belt drive configuration is your go-to for super quiet operation and smooth, reliable door control at the touch of a button. It comes standard with TrioCodeTM128 advanced multi frequency technology as well, meaning you have security, peace of mind and peaceful access.

Garador's super quiet Belt Drive Garage Door Opener won't wake the baby.

TrioCodeTM 128 is a transmitter system that uses three frequencies to defeat interference from other transmitting devices (such as baby monitors).  The 128 bit encryption relies on trillions upon trillions of rolling codes making them New Zealand’s most secure garage door openers*.

All Garador garage door openers feature Soft Start/Soft Stop operation that reduces noise and stress on the door by cleverly adjusting speed at the start and end of each cycle. This means that the starting and stopping sound that used to accompany garage door operation is greatly minimised.

Even with our super quiet standard operating doors, noise can be a bit of an issue if you’ve got a baby or child with nap times, a shift worker in the house or your bedroom is located above the garage door. Our quiet belt drive option could be a great solution for you. The quiet belt drive greatly reduces noise being transferred inside so it’s a helpful way to maintain the feeling of tranquillity that comes with a sleeping baby!

The quiet belt drive is recommended to be installed on sectional garage doors via the Garador Enduro GDO-9, see your local dealer or contact us to find out more.

*Based on the number of possible code combinations compared to other products on the market.

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