closing force adjustment for senior swing

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Power Boost is a positive latching feature that increases the latch force, to over come building stack pressure or door weather stripping, etc, if the door stops before coming completely closed. T...
The manual opening force to required to open a Sr Swing operator is approximately 11-12 lbs.
The Senior Swing Series used to have a 2 gearbox options, a "standard force" (15 lbs) and a "RF - reduced force" (11 lbs). In November 2009 RF option was eliminated and we made the standard gearbox...
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...
All Senior Swing models are heavy duty operators and have the Push-N-Go (PNG) feature.  This feature is a programmable function in the control module.  The PNG settings are: Off, On, or FD (fixed)...
When installing the arm; the gearbox shaft and door must be at the (+90°) full open position. The following step are used to install the Senior Swing (STD) pull arm. Install the header using app...
When installing the arm; the gearbox shaft  and door must be at the (+90°) full open position. The following step are used to install the Sr. Swing (REG) push arm. Install the header and door brac...
The size 6 handed closers will have the most (strongest) closing force. The 4016 (pull side), the 4026 (top jamb push side) or the 4116  (push side parallel arm)  have the highest closing force.
Force, Spring, Spring Size, Closer Size
The Senior Swing has a built in circuit that controls closing speed through the motor. If the door is slamming, there must be a broken gear in the gearbox and the gearbox will need to be replaced.