wide throw hinge with closer

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Standard templating will allow a 4110 closer to be mounted on 24" wide door.
An EPT can be used with a Cam Lift Hinge: Maximum hinge lift dimension = 1/2".  The EPT must be installed correctly with the tube at the top on the door side and the tube at bottom on...
Butt hinges can be used on  doors up to 4' wide and 200 pounds.  There is no maximum door height, just need to add a hinge for every 30" or part there of over 7'.
When templated for 140° the 4010 will fit on a 16-1/2" door leaf MINIMUM.
Pull Side Mount: The 4040SEL X ST-2966 is required for pull side mounting with swing clear hinges. ST-2966 template
Push Side Mount: Take the dimensions for the closer and track from centerline of swing clear hinge pin for the push side mount.
 Cam Lift Hinges are specially designed hinges used mainly on acoustical door assemblies. The Cam Lift Hinge lifts the door during its travel and seats the door bottom for a pos...
EPT can be used on following hinges: Degree of the opening Hinge type Door thickness 0-180 degree Up to 5" butt hinges 1 3/4" 0-180 degree Up to 3/4" offset pivots 1 3/4" 0-130 degree 5 1/2"...
See related solution: Can an EPT be used with Cam Lift Hinges?
ST-1630 is required when mounting a 4041 or 4040XP door closer regular (pull/hinge) side with a concealed GJ100 or GJ410 series over head stop.
Locate closer and arm from the centerline of the swing clear hinge pin.
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 door closers...
Using Soss hinges with closers can require special device and preparation locations. If you have questions on specific closer applications, please e-mail your request (including a description ...
The 4110 EDA/HEDA can be templated for 100°, 140°, and 180° hold open. The hold open adjustment can be set to hold the door at any position (degree) up to the maximum door opening angle. For "Wi...
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and Builders Hardware Manufacturers Association (BHMA) have developed durability, strength and performance standards for every type of door hardware...
The 455 can be mounted on a 48" wide door, but we cannot guarantee that it will withstand the forces involved.  Recommend using 906 instead.