Truly one of the most difficult ironmongery solutions to find. Primarily because the doors and the doorway were probably never designed to have a self-closing device.
Choosing the right door closer is an important task but can be confusing for some. I have therefore sought to provide guidance on some of the key features that need to be considered.
When it comes to fixing overhead door closers, have you ever wondered what the various fixing positions are called? Or have you been told to fix in Fig. 1 position and not known what is[..]
So your looking for a heavy duty overhead door closer? There's a number of factors that you need to give consideration to, to ensure you get the right specification for your application.
Most door closer manufacturers claim a door closer that has a range of 0 - 180º. So let’s keep this conversation to a rack and pinion type of closer with a conventional scissor arm,
Have you ever wondered why you should use floor springs rather than standard door closers? Here’s some thoughts for your design consideration.
The 2840 concealed door closer with a cam and roller mechanism makes it perfect for compliance with Approved Document M and BS 8300 recommendations. It’s fully concealed when the door is closed.
Can you remember when they only made door closers looking like this? Door closer technology and design has advanced a great deal in recent years. Here’s some interesting points:
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