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GEZE TS3000V door closers – for leaf widths of up to 1100 mm

September 26, 2013 by · Comments Off on GEZE TS3000V door closers – for leaf widths of up to 1100 mm 

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The GEZE TS3000V guide rail door closer combines the best features of GEZE’s range for mounting on fire and smoke protection doors up to 1100mm wide;  The guide rail makes for a smoother action than “scissor arm” (or “link arm”) door closers, making it a good choice when meeting DDA (The Equalities Act) recommendations.
– Economical compared to other models of a similar specification 
– Closing force – adjustable EN 1-4
– Adjustable latching action
– Easy speed adjustment on the front of the closer (under slide plate)
– Can be used for right and left swing doors without conversion
– For fire and smoke protection doors (with door leaf mounting with mounting plate)
– Hydraulic end stop and closing speed can be adjusted
Several variants of the TS3000 are available; the TS3000BC has back check, the TS3000EC has closing force adjustable EN 2-3, the TS3000EC BC has power 2-3 with back check.  We also sell the bodies separately if required and all spares and options are available: replacement guide rail & arm, electromagnetic guide rail & arm, mechanical back check, mechanical hold open, covers, mounting plates, replacement chock blocks, end packs, fixing packs and guide rail mounting angles.

Q: What part of a door closer is the mounting plate?

July 28, 2011 by · Comments Off on Q: What part of a door closer is the mounting plate? 

A: The mounting plate, for clarification, is a thin metal plate the same size as the body of the closer.  It is good to use one for example on a uPVC door because it has lots of pre-drilled holes to enable a really firm positioning before attaching the door closer body to the plate through the ready tapped holes.  Because uPVC doors and frames are often hollow in section, we recommend drilling and fixing through to the other side, reinforcing the fixing with large washers or even metal plates.  (You can paint over them in white to obscure them.)

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