Right hand closure parallel

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A  LHR (left hand reverse) door uses a RH (right hand) door closer. A RHR (right hand reverse) door uses a LH (left hand) door closer.
A door can be handed in several ways. The easiest way is to stand on the Push side of the door. Push the door away from you as if you are going to walk thru the opening. If the hinges are on yo...
To determine the hand of a door, view the door from the outside, security side or key side of door.  Once there identify which side are the hinges located on the, right or left side of t...
Go to the push side of the door opening.  See above illustration. If door swings out to the left, it needs a left hand door closer. If door swings out to the right, i...
EDA ARM - The EDA arm is a heavy duty parallel arm mount.  The degree of door opening is determined by the template used for mounting. EDA arm closers can only be mounted as a Push Side parallel ar...
The 40401/4040XP closer with optional EDA arm has to be mounted parallel arm on the push side of the door.
When placing an order for a 4041/4040XP Rw/PA with hold open, it would be ordered as a 4041 /4040XP Hw/PA. For an existing Rw/PA requiring the addition of a hold open function, a hold open arm woul...
Optional closer reinforcements are located at 3" from hinge jamb to the beginning of the reinforcement plate. This applies to Regular Arm, Parallel Arm, Top Jamb. Regular Arm (RA) closer reinfor...
This can only be done with universal, non-handed closers:  1250, 1260, 1450, 1460, 4030, 4040XP, and 4050A.You would need an xxxx-62PA shoe to adapt from regular arm to parallel arm mount...
The 4011 can only mount on the Pull Side of the door and the 4111 can only mount on the Push Side of the door. Differences - The 4011 and the 4111 cylinders are different and the pinion shafts are...