INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING PP8700 x

INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING PP8700 x
INSTRUCTIONS FOR INSTALLING PP8700 x PR8700 & 12-PP8700 SERIES
TOP AND CENTER LATCH PANIC AND FIRE EXIT DEVICES
ON DOUBLE EGRESS DOORS
SP8700 & 12-SP8700 TOP AND CENTER LATCH PANIC AND
FIRE EXIT DEVICE ON SINGLE DOOR
FOR ASSISTANCE, CALL SARGENT AT 1-800-727-5477 or www.sargentlock.com
U.S. Patent No. 6,120,071
CAUTION: BEFORE STARTING:
• Check hand of door - this device is handed and not reversible
• Check hand of device against application
• 2-3/4" backset only
• 1-3/4" thick door only (No glass bead shim available, No inside panel
application)
• Door should be fitted and hung
• Verify box label for size of exit device, function and hand
2-3/4"
Top
Case
AVAILABLE STOCK LENGTHS
LENGTH “E”
32" DOOR, NO CUT OFF REQUIRED. CAN BE CUT TO FIT
DOORS DOWN TO 24" WIDE.
LENGTH “F”
36" DOOR, NO CUT OFF REQUIRED. CAN BE CUT TO FIT
DOORS DOWN TO 33" WIDE. USED FOR STANDARD AND
12- RAIL PREFIXES.
LENGTH “H” 36" DOOR, NO CUT OFF REQUIRED. CAN BE CUT TO FIT
DOORS DOWN TO 33" WIDE. USED FOR 16- AND
ELECTRONIC PREFIXES.
LENGTH “J”
42" DOOR, NO CUT OFF REQUIRED. CAN BE CUT TO FIT
DOORS DOWN TO 37" WIDE.
LENGTH “G” 48" DOOR, NO CUT OFF REQUIRED. CAN BE CUT TO FIT
DOORS DOWN TO 43" WIDE.
Top
Case
Cover
Top
Rod
Left Hand Reverse Bevel Door
Shown Here Swinging In For
Parts Illustration Purposes Only
Rod Guide
Mounting
Plate
Important: Surface of door
where exit device is to be
applied must be flush. Clear
away any raised projections to
allow exit device to rest on flat
surface of door.
End Cap
Touch Bar
Arm
Mortise Lock
Case
Secondary
Mortise Lock
Case
Primary
“Lock Down Key”
To operate: Depress pushrail,
insert hex key (or cylinder key
when used) and turn clockwise.
Not for fire exit hardware.
Cover
A
MARK VERTICAL
AND HORIZONTAL
REFERENCE LINES
ON DOOR
2-3/4"
Vertical
Reference Line
(CL Top and Center Case)
INSIDE FACE
OF DOOR
B
PREPARE DOOR
Door Stop
1.Tape templates
on inside of door
along reference
CL of lock
lines
front (See
2.Spot and drill
template)
holes
3.Mortise holes for
outside trim, if
required
Top Case
Template
Obtain dimensions
to finished floor
from template
11/32"
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Tape
CL Line of
Chassis &
Rail
Obtain dimension
to finished floor
from template
Note: For wood
doors that have
a mortise cutout
for the lock body
over 1", install
shims to prevent
lock from moving
around and
causing lost
latchbolt travel.
Vertical
Reference
Line
FINISHED FLOOR
Copyright © 2005, 2008, Sargent Manufacturing Company, an ASSA ABLOY
Group company. All rights reserved. Reproduction in whole or in part without the
express written permission of Sargent Manufacturing Company is prohibited.
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APPLY HARDWARE
PRIMARY MORTISE CASE
1. Mount primary and secondary mortise locks in the doors with (2) #12
screws provided. Install outside primary and secondary lock fronts.
Insert
Center
Link
Pivot Pin
2. Remove hairpin, pivot pin, and center link from center case chassis
(set aside for reassembly).
Center Link
3. Using alignment screw to align center case chassis with mortise lock,
secure chassis with #10 screws using locations marked in step B.
4. Primary mortise case. Insert the center link in primary mortise lock case.
Insert center link pin thru the pivot hole in the chassis and center link and
fasten in place with hair pin.
Hair Pin
Alignment Screw
5. Secondary mortise lock. Insert the center link in to the mortise lock case in
front of pusher levers. Insert the center link pin thru the pivot hole in
chassis and center link and fasten in place with hair pin.
SECONDARY MORTISE LOCK
D
ATTACH OUTSIDE TRIM IF USED
If ET or dummy trim
is used, remove
tube support
screws and rotate
linkage down to
gain access to
countersunk hole in
chassis.
Install trim per trim
instructions and
reinstall tube
support.
Tube
Support
Screws
Pivot Pin
Center Link
Top Mounting
Screw
Hair Pin
If “ET” lever handle trim is used, go to step “D”.
Bottom
Mounting
Trim Screw
F
ETJ
Shown
E
Insert
Center
Link
ASSEMBLE TOP ROD AND TOP CASE
1. Thread end of top rod
into the top rod link
until hand tight.
APPLY RAIL ASSEMBLY
Note: Check box label. If cutting is not required, proceed to step “B”.
If cutting is required, continue with step “A”.
A. Determine cut off dimension “X” by subtracting 1-3/4" from
dimension “Y”. Mark cut off point on mounting rail.
VERTICAL
REFERENCE
LINE (CHASSIS)
FOR DOORS WITH STILE, CUT OFF MUST
LEAVE 5/16" MIN. OVERLAP WITH RAIL
1/8"
gap
Shim top strike when
necessary to obtain
1/8" gap
CUT-OFF ON MARK
AND DEBURR CUT
RAIL WITH INSERT
INSTALLED
2. Mount top strike to
frame as marked in
step two with (2)
#12 mounting
screws.
Cut-Off Length
X
Y
B.
LEVEL THE RAIL ASSEMBLY
1. Depress arm into rail opening and slide rail onto chassis. Level
rail and fasten mounting plate.
Level
Rail Assembly
Adjusting
Pin
Mounting
Plate
3. Insert the lower end of the top rod into
adjusting tube in the center case
assembly. Attach the top case and rod
assembly to the door in the location
marked in step B. Secure the top
case, top case cover and guide with
screws provided.
Tight Against
Rail
Attach to Chassis with (2) #8-32 x 3/4
Phillips truss head machine screws
2-FRONT
2. Secure the (2) truss head screws through
rail assembly into chassis assembly.
3. Attach mounting plate to door with
(2) round head screws.
G
ADJUSTING THE PRIMARY MORTISE LOCK LATCHBOLT
With the push rail depressed, the active latchbolt must be fully retracted and clear the lock front
in adjacent door to open freely. With the push rail depressed on the adjacent door, the
recessed bolt must push the active bolt out beyond the lock front face allowing this door to
open freely.
H
TOP LATCHBOLT ADJUSTMENT
With the rail in the depressed or dogged position, pull the top
rod down so that the top latchbolt is in the retracted position.
Adjust the top rod by aligning a set of holes in the top rod with
the hole in the adjusting tube, then insert the
adjusting pin. Top bolt should latch securely and retract fully, if
not adjust rod.
Adjusting
Pin
Top
Rod
Adjusting
Tube
If fine adjustment is required – turn the rod into or out of the
top rod link.
If coarse adjustment is required – use the different set of
holes in the top rod.
The latchbolt is factory adjusted for 1/8" clearance between the doors. If the clearance is more
than 1/8", the latchbolt must be extended to get full engagement when the door is closed.*
With the latchbolt projected when the door is open, pull the latchbolt out with pliers until the
pins clear the face of the adjusting screw. Insert a 5/32" allen wrench into the adjusting screw.
To increase latch projection, rotate screw counterclockwise. To decrease latchbolt projection,
rotate screw clockwise. When desired projection is achieved, rotate adjustment screw to align
flats with the (2) press fit pins to allow the latchbolt to snap back into position when released
by pliers.
Finally, check both doors for operation to insure that either door can open or close freely.
*If the clearance between a pair of doors is 3/8" or more, the doors must be
shimmed/repositioned to minimize this gap.
Copyright © 2005, 2008, Sargent Manufacturing Company,
an ASSA ABLOY Group company. All rights reserved.
Reproduction in whole or in part without the express written
permission of Sargent Manufacturing Company is prohibited.
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