What are Pneumatic Automatic Operators?

 Pneumatic Automatic Operators are used in areas where electrically operated devices are not convenient or permitted. 

  • Consists of a modified, heavy-duty door closer for manual operation, with a pneumatic air cylinder to automatically operate the door when required. 
  • Power for the operator comes from an air compressor or in-house air supply. 
  • Pneumatic operators are silent, making them ideal for use in libraries, churches, hospitals and laboratories.
  • Surface mounted or concealed to the frame head depending on the series.
  • Push or pull side mounted depending on the series.

 Click on the product to find the technical documents for each type of Pneumatic Automatic Operators, including data sheets, templates, manuals, diagrams, instructions, etc.

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How to Choose

2610 Series


Multiple door solution, featuring an overhead concealed design.

4810 Series

Multiple door solution that is top jamb mounted on the pull side of the door using a track arm.

4820 Series

Multiple door solution that is top jamb mounted on the push side of the door using a double arm.

4840 Series

Multiple door solution that is push side mounted on the door and features a parallel arm.

7901 Series

Control box for single door applications or independent control of single door in multiple door systems. Requires air compressor or in house air supply.

7902 Series

Control box for independent operation of two door or four door leaves, if pairs are actuated simultaneously. Requires air compressor or in house air supply

7981 Series

Self-contained control box/compressor combination for single door leaf applications. Not for "blow open" applications

7982 Series

Self-contained control box/compressor combination for independent or simultaneous operation of two door leaves. Not for "blow open" application.

7949 Series

Auxiliary “blow-open” control box that works with or without 7901 or 7902 and one or two Auto Equalizers. Controlled by smoke evacuation system, the 7949 open the door(s) to allow fresh air into the building. Requires air compressor or in house air supply


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