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The 4040/4040XP closer mountings have the following maximum opening degree templating: The 4040/4040XP PA "Regular Arm" mount will allow for 180° max. opening. The 4040/4040...
The minimum clear opening width for ADA is 32" measured from face of door opened to 90 degrees to face of stop on strike jamb. There must be no hardware mounted to the door projectin...
Any LCN Closer that ends in the number 1, will meet ADA 5 lbs opening forces.
If an Size 1 (ADA) closer is set to 5 lbs. opening force, it will only have about 3 lbs. (60/70%) closing force. If the closer will not close against air pressure, but the ADA requirements have to ...
Americans with Disabilities Act
8103EZ and 9103EZ have 2 1/2" clearance the other pulls have 1-1/2" clearance. Check with your local code for clearance required.
All functions except L9463 and L463: Add L583-363 to the part number 09-509 L583-363 for the turn only or L9453 07L 626 L583-363 with a lock The L583-363 part number is an option and can not...
Order the 09-900 with the XB11-720 option.
The thumbturn measures 2.085" in length and is ADA compliant.
The D100-Series and D200-Series have ADA compliant thumbturns. See the sell sheet stating ADA compliance.
The Schlage B500-Series and B600/700/800-Series have ADA compliant turns.  See our deadbolt literature under downloads.
Steelcraft have tested different types of doors and frame assemblies using Zero International gasket seals for the various STC ratings. Tests are in accordance to ASTM...
Frames can be installed either KD (knock down) or welded to receive the STC rating.
Steelcraft borrowed light frames are not listed/tested. Check with the glass manufacture if they are listed and with what type of framing used.
Sound seals are required. Zero International Gasket Notes: Perimeter Seals – Zero #475 applies to the stop of the head and jambs. Door bottom – Zero #367, surface applied. Threshold ...
Falcon does not offer an "ADA style thumbturn.
The 5 pound force requirement is in reference to the maximum force to swing the door, not the maximum force allowed to unlatch the exit device.  Maximum allowed force to retract the Von D...
The 248L-4 strike will not violate ADA.  If you change the 248L-4 to the 304L strike, then the latch would need to be lowered.