DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EDA AND CUSH MOUNTING

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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...
It would be unnecessary to use the CNS/Cush arm and the Glynn Johnson overhead devices in the same application, both mechanisms stop the door.
The 4040 XP CUSH/EDA can be mounted on a Flush Transom frame by using a -419 Flush Panel adapter.
There is not a conflict between the 4041/4040XP EDA door closer and the GJ 100 or 410 overhead concealed series stops.  The exception is:  the 4041/4040XP mounted on a drop plate, and the Glynn Jo...
The minimum top rail required to mount a 4110 closer is 5-1/8" measured from the stop of the frame. If the top rail is less than 5-1/8" the 4110-18 drop plate is required.
EDA ARM - The EDA arm is a heavy duty parallel arm mount.  The degree of door opening is determined by the template used for mounting. EDA arm closers can only be mounted as a Push Side parallel ar...
The 4110-18, and 4110-18 CUSH  drop plates are identical. The difference between a 4110 EDA, and a 4110 CUSH is the templating on the door. That is why you order them differently, to...
The dead stop post would need to be removed and the 4040/4040XP EDA mounting template for 180° would be followed.
Cam Lift hinges can only be used with LCN door closers that have a "Regular" style arm.     Manual Closers: Maximum lift dimension is 3/4". Can not be use EDA, CUSH, or Track Arm do...
ST-3195 is used to obtain the old style EDA or Cush arms which were assembled with threaded studs so that you could take apart the arm assemblies. Our current standard EDA and Cush arms are rivet...