Jackson-C.R. Laurence (CRL) offers an extensive range of door control hardware for all your entrance door systems needs. C.R. Laurence (CRL) has acquired United States Aluminum, Jackson Corporation, and Blumcraft of Pittsburgh. Jackson has been a leading manufacturer of door hardware for the aluminum and tempered glass door industry for over 50 years. In 1995 they became the first U.S. hardware manufacturer to be certified to ISO 9001 quality standards. The manufacturing operations are housed in our new facility in Los Angeles, and Jackson products are distributed through our worldwide network of CRL owned Service Centers.
Concealed Overhead Closers Jackson are door closers that are hidden by a cover plate in the frame portion above the door. The opening range of these closers are 90º degree 105º degree Hold Open or Non-Hold Open models and can be offset or center hung in theapplication. These closers can be used on wooden, glass, steel and aluminum and all glass doors. The concealed overhead closer should not be confused with the concealed in a door closers that are recessed in the door itself.
Side load arm packages, end load arm packages, offset arm packages, and slide channels replacement parts for Jackson concealed overhead door closers.
As used in exit devices, a mechanism that fastens the cross bar in the fully depressed position, and also retains the latch bolt or bolts in a retracted position, thus permitting free operation of the door from either side. Locking or unlocking by hex key (Dogging Key)
A crash bar (also known as a panic bar, exit device, panic device, or a push bar) is a device for unlocking a door during emergency conditions. The mechanism consists of a spring-loaded metal bar fixed horizontally to the inside of an outward-opening door. When the lever is either pushed or depressed, it activates a mechanism which unlatches the door allowing occupants to leave quickly from the building.
Exit Device Panic Bar parts for Jackson 1085, 1095, 1285, 2085 and 2095 Series Exit Devices
The Center Hung Pivot is a pivot that is installed in the center of the door either on top or bottom of the door. Pivot point centered in thickness of door. They offer full floor-to-ceiling concealment for center hung doors. It can operate on either single acting or double acting doors. Center hung pivots are sold individually or as sets
The Offset hung pivot is a pivot that is installed 3/4" from the heel edge of the door and 3/4" from the face of the door. They are installed at either the top or bottoms of doors and offer partial floor-to-ceiling concealment for offset hung doors. These pivots can operate on single acting doors.
An intermediate pivot hinge is used to keep the middle part of the door in alignment with the pivot hinges at the top and bottom of the door.
Mounting brackets are used for securing concealed overhead door closers to the frame of the door. Center hung and Offset hung mounting packages available for Jackson concealed overhead door closers.
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