double door closer coordinator

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The 62A shoe is used when it is necessary to install the door closer (lower) down on the door so that it will operate under accessories such as overhead stops, coordinators, etc.
LCN does offer a 2810 Senior Swing / 2010 manual closer combo for a pair of doors.  Both units contained within the same Senior Swing header. To order a paired operator with a 2810 on&nb...
There are 2 types of door coordinators available: Bar Coordinators (Ives COR Series): Surface mounted to the bottom surface of the frame soffit. The active door lever, located nearest to th...
Overhead Concealed door closers are used to provide a more aesthetic look to the opening.  Concealed in either the frame or the door Offer the ability to be adjusted to maintain control o...
The LCN 6030 is a Double Acting (or dual action) closer. Requires a "Cased Open Frame" - that means no stops formed in the frame.
No, the geometry of a swing clear hinge prevents the coordinator from working correctly.  The bar style coordinator will not hold the active door open far enough for the inactive door to clear the ...
An Astragal is an applied molding attached most commonly to the meeting edge of doors to: Protection against weather conditions Minimize the passage of light between the doors Retard the passa...
The HSA is an electrically controlled closer/holder designed to provide easy passage for groups of pedestrians through high traffic doors. - In 2006, we changed the Scanner in all HSA units to a s...
The minimum door opening width (for mounting a pair of 4640 or 4630 operators on a double door) is 72" wide (2 - 36" door leaves). Mounting the 4640 or 4630 on a double door that is less than 72" w...