Monthly Archives: June 2011
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A: Yes, you can. You might consider going for the Exidor 296 push bar or an Exidor 297 push pad. It may be necessary to shield the panic bar from the outside to ensure security (depending upon the design of … Continue reading
Bolt through door handles are the best way to ensure the handles don’t get pulled off in high use settings like schools & offices. Usually only available on round roses, the bolts go straight through the door AND the lock … Continue reading
A: “Back Check” stops the door slamming open; two examples:- on an external door in a windy location back check prevents the wind from “picking up” and opening the door (which might damage the frame at the hinges); or when … Continue reading
Q: I have an Arrow door closer and it seems to have stopped working. i.e the door now slams shut. Could you call me to advise how to fix?
A: Once door closers have lost hydraulic pressure, they slam the door and unfortunately can’t be fixed. Best course of action is replace with a new door closer.
Do your pocket doors provide any sound insulation between the adjacent rooms (i.e. in the partition itself as well as where the 2 doors meet each other)?
There is no sound insulation material supplied with either pocket door systems we supply (the Hideaway and the iMpero deluxe), but it would be possible to add your own brush strip to the top and bottom of the doors, although … Continue reading
I have a fire door between my utility and garage. (W27″ X H78″ X D44mm), it is currently fitted with an undamped chain closer, which frequently results in the door slamming shut with some force…
…I would like to remove the chain closer and replace it with an overhead closer with speed and latching control. Can you recommend a suitable closer from the Geze range? At 27″ wide, your door is on the narrow side, … Continue reading
Which door closers – our doors are hardwood 45mm x 840mm x 1981mm, we are not sure if Geze TS1000 will be sufficient or if we will need Geze TS1500. Please could you advise?
The TS1000 door closers are perfectly adequate to cope with fire rated doors up to 900mm wide. Geze TS1500‘s are able to cope with a wider range of door sizes, and are a little more attractive to look at. The … Continue reading