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A correspondent has a double/glazed aluminium outward opening front porch door which gets taken by wind. The standard stay fitted there breaks and is therefore in danger of damage. He asked therefore if the GEZE TS3000 BC can be successfully … Continue reading
Must be fitted in the Fig 61 position – with the door closer body on the frame and the arm on the door – so check that there’s room for it there. An additional mounting plate is definitely recommended for … Continue reading
Q: I am looking for a door opening rate, and travel extent, restrainer to limit the RATE at which the wind could snatch an outward opening patio door. Closing force should be low or zero. Do any door closers do this? Could any be mounted in reverse to achieve this?
A: What you’re looking for is a “back check” door closer. This feature dampens or brakes the opening, as well as controlling the close as a normal door closer. You can look at the TS2000NVBC or the TS4000 which comes … 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
I am trying to find a device that will stop doors slamming in a breeze – fire doors in a factory that slam closed. Do you sell dampers or an approriate soft closing device?
A good quality door closer will do that job. Please see the link to our heavy duty door closers, and I suggest you look at the Geze TS4000 or the Geze TS2000 BC (back check stops the door slamming open … Continue reading