ada door opening force

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A 4600 (4630/4640) not opening to a full 90 degrees could be caused by a couple things: The Opening Force could be set too low. Try increasing the opening force adjustment on the controller a 1/...
The 4600 operator is designed to meet the ANSI Code 156.19 that limits the opening force to a 15 lbs.  By code and design, the operator must stop opening the door when an obstruction or resistance ...
The holding force on an SE/ME Series door closer is approximately 35 lbs. and they can be manually pulled out of hold open with approximately 35 lbs of force.
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...
Any LCN Closer that ends in the number 1, will meet ADA 5 lbs opening forces.
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...
The older model Senior Swing came with 2 spring options. The "standard force" spring required 15 lbs of manual  opening force, and reduced force "RF" required 11 lbs of manual opening force.  All S...
Electro-hydraulic Automatic Operators are: Designed for manual opening applications where there is occasional need for automating the door to meet ADA requirements.  Electrically powere...
The regulation valves are designed to adjust the flow the hydraulic fluid in the closer which regulates the door closing speed through various phases of the closing cycle. The regulation valves h...