where can i find my closer model number?

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The date is a 4 digit #. The first 2 numbers indicate the week it was made, and the last 2 numbers indicate what year it was made. On most surface mounted closers, the model #,  date code, ...
To determine the SC series, measure center to center on the closer body bolt hole mounting pattern and an overall description of the closer and arm. SC91 -- 6-3/8" x 3/4" -- unique arm SC93 -- 9-1...
The 4330 / 4430 is an obsolete ME closer replaced by the 4310ME or 4410ME Series.
Neither Dor-O-Matic or LCN manufacturers a floor closer. 
615R is not a door closer model number. It is a UL number for the Falcon SC Series closers.
Yes, the Falcon SC Series closers have a UL listing.
Surface Mounted door closers are the most durable and common type of door closer. Mounted to the surface of the door or frame Can be configured (through installation or arm type) to meet a...
As of today the 1460 is the closer "series number", and 1461 is the closer "model or ordering # ". Both numbers represent the same door closer, there is no difference.
The "320G" is the # on a UL sticker attached to the arm of most LCN door closers, and is not a door closer model number.  The "320G" means that the arm is not a mechanical hold open device and OK t...
The 4110 is a closer series number and the 4111 is the closer model number. This also applies to the 4112, 4113, 4114, 4115, and the 4116 closer models. All of these, except the 4111 and 4116 model...