INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS
INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Incorrect installation or adjustment
could cause damage or injury.
Read and follow instructions carefully.
Power size 1 thru 4
HOLD-OPEN ARM
Option A – Regular Arm Installation
Inches (mm)
Door Opening
Hinge or Pivot
Hold Degrees
Dim. A
to 100°
7
100°to 120° 6
(178)
(152)
85°
∼100°
90°
∼130°
°
Over 120° °3-1/2° (89)
90°
∼180°
6
°
°
°
°
°
°
°
°
(152)
1-3/4
(44.4)
°
7/8
(22)
1-1/4
Hold Open
Nut UP
(32)
(Right Hand Door)
3/4
(19)
Right hand door shown,
reverse measurements for
left hand door application.
9-1/16
A
(230)
Option A instructions:
1. Select degree of opening from table and use template dimensions as shown.
Mark four (4) holes on door for closer and two (2) holes on frame for arm shoe.
2. Drill pilot holes in door and frame for #14 all-purpose screws or drill and tap for 1/4-20
machine screws.
3. Install adjustable forearm/arm shoe assembly to frame using screws (a) or (b)
Reference page 2.
4. Install main Arm to top pinion shaft using screw (e).
5. Mount closer on door using screws (c) or (d).
Hold Open
Nut DOWN
SPRING POWER ADJUSTING NUT MUST BE POSITIONED AWAY FROM HINGE EDGE.
6. Adjust forearm so that it is perpendicular to frame when assembled to preloaded
main arm. Secure forearm to main arm with screw provided.
(Left Hand Door)
7. Adjust closing speed, backcheck control and spring power of door, following
instructions as shown page 2.
Option B – Top Jamb Installation
Door Opening
Hinge or Pivot
Left hand door shown,
reverse measurements for
right hand door application.
To 100°
Inches (mm)
Hold Degrees
Dim. A
7-1/2 (191)
100°to 120° 6
85°
∼100°
(152)
90°
∼130°
°
Over 120° °3-1/2° (89)
90°
∼180°
9-1/16
(230)
A
Hold Open
Nut UP
°
°
°
°
°
°
°
°
1-1/2
(38)
°
3/4
1/2
(Left Hand Door)
(13)
(19)
6
(152)
1-3/4
(44.4)
Option B instructions:
1. Select degree of opening from table and use template dimensions as shown
Mark four (4) holes on frame for closer and two (2) holes on frame for arm shoe.
2. Drill pilot holes in door and frame for #14 all-purpose screws or drill and tap for
1/4-20 machine screws.
3. Install adjustable forearm/arm shoe assembly to door using screws (a) or (b)
Hold Open
Nut DOWN
Reference page 2.
4. Mount closer body on frame using screws (c) or (d).
5. Install main arm to bottom pinion shaft, perpendicular to door. Secure tightly with
arm screw/washer (e).
SPEED ADJUSTING VALVE MUST BE POSITIONED TOWARD HINGE SIDE.
6. Adjust length of forearm so it is perpendicular to frame when assembled to
(Right Hand Door)
preloaded main arm. Secure forearm to main arm with screw.
7. Adjust door’s closing speed and power, see page 2 for reference.
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Option C – Parallel Arm Installation
Components
Screw Pack No. 1
Self-tapping2
⒜
Machine2
⒝
Self-tapping4
Standard
Pinion Cap
Machine4
⒟
⒞
1
4mm L wrench 1
1
⒠
⒥
⒡
1
Screw Pack No. 2
(k)
Cover (Optional)
Machine x 6
Hold Open
Nut DOWN
⒢
Hold Open
Nut UP
(Left Hand Door)
Self-tapping4
(Right Hand Door)
⒣
2
Machine6
⒤
2
Self4
2-3/4
A
2
7/16
(11.1)
(70)
(51)
3/8
(9.5)
5/16
(7.9)
Left hand door shown.
Right hand door opposite.
Dimensions: inches (mm)
B
i
3-1/4
1. Using the measurements shown, mark screw hole center locations.
Mark four (4) holes on door to mount door closer and four (4) holes on frame to
mount parallel bracket.
2. Drill pilot holes in door and frame, drill 7/32″(5.5mm) diameter holes for self-tapping
screws or drill and tap #7(.201″diameter) for 1/4-20 machine screws.
3. Install Parallel bracket to frame using screws (g) or (h).
4. Mount closer on door using screws (c) or (d).
SPEED ADJUSTING VALVES MUST BE POSITIONED AWAY FROM HINGE SIDE.
5. Place main arm on closer pinion shaft, indexing main arm mark “L” or “R” with pinion
flat as shown in Figure 1. Secure tightly with screw/washer (e).
6. Remove arm shoe from forearm, install rod and forearm to bracket using the screw
(g), (i).
7. With door closed, adjust length of forearm so that the tip of the main arm is
approximately 1″(25mm) away from being parallel with door, when connected to the
forearm. Secure with screw/washer (f).
8. Adjust door’s closing speed and power, see below.
(83)
3/4
(19)
Figure 1
9-1/16
Left hand door
(230)
Door Opening
To 100°
Right hand door
Inches (mm)
Dim. A
Dim. B
Hold Degrees
9-1/4 (235) 7-5/8 (194)
80°
∼100°
100°to 130° 7-3/4 (197) 6-1/8 (156)
° 5-3/4° (146)
°
°
4-1/8°(105)
Over 130°
80°
∼130°
°
45°
APPROX.
45°
APPROX.
°
°
°
°
°
°
1
(25)
°
°
°
DOOR CLOSER
ADJUSTMENT
°
Main arm
Main arm
80°
∼180°°
°
Set Hold Open
CAUTION!! Do not turn speed adjusting valve more
than two(2) full turns counter-clockwise. Do not back the
valves out of closer or a leak will result.
CLOCKWISE FOR
POSITIVE NUMBERS (+)
Power
Use 4mm Hex wrench
Adjusting
For this Adjustment
Screw
INCREASE
DECREASE
4mm
Wrench
Hex
COUNTER-CLOCKWISE FOR
NEGATIVE NUMBERS (-)
POWER ADJUSTMENT CHART
DOOR
CLOSER
SIZE
BF
FULL TURNS OF POWER
ADJUSTING SCREW
-
DOOR LEAF WIDTH
INTERIOR
5 lb-f
EXTERIOR
APPLICABLE
DOOR
WEIGHT
-
33∼66 LBS
(15∼30 Kg)
66∼99 LBS
(30∼45 Kg)
99∼143 LBS
(45∼65 Kg)
143∼187 LBS
(65∼85 Kg)
1
- 14
32" (0.81m)
28" (0.71m)
2
- 10
36" (0.91m)
32" (0.81m)
3
0 (PRESET)
42" (1.07m)
36" (0.91m)
4
+6
48" (1.22m)
42" (1.07m)
BACKCHECK
SLOWER
INCREASE
FASTER
DECREASE
CLOSING CYCLE
The closing force is adjustable from a size 1 to size 4, as outlined in ANSI Standard A156.4.
When these series of door closers are installed and adjusted to conform to ADA reduced
opening force requirements (5 lbs max.) for Interior doors, they may not have adequate
closing force to reliably close and latch door. Power adjustments charted on this page are
recommended where possible, to ensure proper door control.
Revision No.:2-20150730
LATCH
Adjusting
Valve
SWEEP
OPENING CYCLE
By law the Americans with
Disabilities Act (ADA) may
require that door closer
installation comply with
accessibility guidelines.
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