Concealed Door Closer
Concealed in-door – These closres are suitable for interior wood, hollow metal, and aluminum doors.
Concealed in-frame – These closres are suitable for interior wood, hollow metal, and aluminum frames.
Concealed in-floor – These are designed to be below the door and concealed by a dust cover under a metal plate.
Overhead Concealed Door Closer
Concealed in either the frame or the door.
Overhead Concealed door closers are used to provide a neat look to the opening and are surface fitted to the head of doors. Also can have a slide arm or scissor arm configurations.
Offer the ability to be adjusted to maintain control of the opening.
They ensure that a door closes after every use for a variety of reasons;
- Help limit the spread of fire throughout a building
- Ensure that the security of a door is maintained
- Preventing the door from slamming
- Help with the acoustic properties of a building
The speed adjustment of a door depends on the door closer.
Easier to open or harder to open – all depand on the spring strength adjatment.
What is Back-check or BC?
Back Check means how the door responds when fully opened – the amount of resistance when opening the door past a certain point. It can be fouond in some models.
We supply and install variety of door hardware to meet both your new installation and your replacement needs.
Jackson, CRL, Dorma, Rixson are some manufacture for overhead concealed door closers.
Concealed in-door or in-frame
- Concealed in-door for aluminium door
- Concealed in-door for wood door
The modern closres are suitable for interior wood, hollow metal, and aluminum doors and frames.
The Concealed Closers are having a clean, distinctive and timeless look to the opening.
Invisible hardware makes any door look clean, appearance refined, and performance beautiful. Conceal closer also provides unparalleled security and quiet operation whether for any door.
Delayed Action Closers
There are also door closers equipped with an additional valve for delayed action. Delayed action closers hold the door open for a longer period of time to allow persons with disabilities more time to get through the door.
In-floor closers are designed to be below the door and concealed by a dust cover under a metal plate.
They are often preferred over standard overhead closers for their complete concealment. Many people consider this an important factor when aesthetics of the door are a consideration.
Concealed in-floor – Floor Springs
Door closers should be checked daily for proper attachment, evidence of leaking fluids, force of operation, and wear off components.