Door Closers & Push Bar
Door closer is a spring-loaded hydraulic device that closes a door automatically. The most common kind of door closer is the surface mounted door closer, so called because it is mounted to the surface of the door or header. when it comes to turning door closer adjustment screws, a little goes a long way. Start with no more than 1/8 of a turn. Turn the adjustment screw clockwise to slow the door closer down, counter-clockwise to speed it up, then get down off the ladder and observe the effect. Open the door and watch it close.
Door Closer made of Die Casting Aluminium Alloy
Latching and Closing speed adjusted independently
Door Weight: 176 – 265 Lbs
Fire Rated Panic Bar (Rim Type, Single Leaf Door)
Material: Heavy Gauge Steel or 304 Stainless Steel
UL listed | Color: Alum as a standard
Micro Switch Push Bar with LED and Sound
Output Status: Trigger (0.5-60 secretary.)/ Toggle (Use of a key to control)
Power Input: DC 12V/ DC 24V | Contact life ≥100,000 times
The purpose of the closer is to ensure that the door is closed during a fire or to prevent someone getting into your home. When it is failing to do its job it’s time for a new one! Equally, if the door is slamming. There are three common types of overhead door closers including: Regular Arm: The regular arm, or standard arm, closer is a pull-side application
A crash bar (also known as a panic exit device, panic bar, or push bar) is a type of door opening mechanism which allows users to open a door by pushing a bar. Panic hardware is a door component that was designed to allow fast and unencumbered exit from a doorway. You simply push a rod, a bar or other activator, the latch mechanism is retracted and you are able to push the door open.