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27-180 Series Offset Hung Non-Hold Open Floor Closer - LAP

27-180 Series Offset Hung Non-Hold Open Floor Closer - LAP

Price: $663.00

-Single Acting, Handed
-Exterior or Interior Doors
-Weight to 450 lbs.*
-Door Width up to 4'0" (1219mm)

Product Description & Features:
• Maximum opening 180°, auxiliary floor or wall stop recommended
• Separate and independent valves for closing speed and latch speed
• Adjustable hydraulic backcheck
• Available non-hold open (NHO)
• Not available with delayed action (DA)
• Models available to meet ICC/ANSI A117.1 low opening force requirements, prefix “PH”. (For 8-1/2 lbs. of opening force prefix “PH” and suffix “8-1/2 lbs.”)
• Available 1-1/2" offset, for doors with 3/4" cladding or frames with applied molding, maximum door weight 250 lbs.
• Uses Cycolac, rustproof cement case (order separately - 253001)
• Vertical door adjustment
• For arch top doors or applications where a 180 top pivot cannot be used, supply at least two each M190 load-bearing intermediate pivots, mounted together at the top of the vertical edge
• Intermediate pivot(s) required: M19 (order separately)
• Doors 60" (1524mm) to 90" (2286mm) in height should use one intermediate pivot. Each additional 30" (762mm) warrants another intermediate pivot
• For fire rated openings (up to 3 hour assemblies) prefix “F”. This package will be supplied with a steel top pivot (F180) and a non-hold open closer. Intermediate pivot required: FM19 (order separately)
• UL labeled closers cannot have PH option
• For 20-minute labeled doors suffix "-20" to the part number
• Furnished with wood and machine screws
• Extended spindles available in 1/2" increments up to 2" longer than standard
• * Door size & weight guidelines are determined using the appropriate number of intermediate pivots

{Degree of Opening}
• Floor closers may have a stop or limitation on the degrees of swing that a door will open. The purpose of this stop is to prevent the door from hitting a wall or other architectural feature.

• Typical swings are at 90 or 105 degrees.

• Door hardware may require that a door swing to only 85 degrees to prevent exterior handles from hitting a wall. Similarly, hardware on the push side of the door may require that the door swing further than 90 degrees to clear the opening of protruding hardware.

• For closers that do not have a dead stop, you may need to utilize an overhead holder/stop to prevent a door from swinging past the required stop point. {Handing Help}
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