Closers LCN

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Surface Mounted Closers

 

From schools and healthcare facilities, to sports arenas, government buildings and other commercial setting, LCN closers are the toughest, smoothest and most reliable door closers in the business.  The LCN surface mounted closers includes heavy-duty closers for interior and exterior doors and standard duty.

 

 

 

 

 

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Automatic Operators

 

LCN automatic operators are the proven standard in schools and healthcare facilities for over 20 years. They are easily retrofitted into existing doors and frames, as well as new construction. LCN low energy electrohydraulic and pneumatic automatic operators feature a heavy duty closer with a slow opening function. LCN’s electromechanical automatic operators utilize a motor gearbox and control box to perform the opening and closing function.
 
 
 
 
Low Energy Operators
The basic design concept for all LCN power operator systems is door control of both the opening and closing motion of  the door. Our designs allow the system to be easily retrofitted into existing doors and frames as well as new construction.
A basic LCN electrohydraulic/pneumatic system consists of a power operator based on a heavy duty LCN 4040 Series door closer and peripheral actuators.
Our electromechanical automatic operators utilize a motor gearbox and a control box to perform the opening and closing function.
LCN offers a choice of either electrohydraulic, electromechanical, or pneumatic low energy automatic operators.
Applications
  • Electrohydraulic and pneumatic systems are used primarily for manual opening with available push button automatic opening.
  • Electromechanical systems are used primarily for automatic openings.
  • For dedicated handicap access.
  • Stand alone or integrated into larger multi-door systems.
  • Surface and concealed mountings.
  • Installation accessories available for unusual conditions.
  • Caution! For exterior doors exceeding 3’0” wide by 7’0” tall, interior doors exceeding 4’0” wide by 8’0’ tall, or any door exceeding 225 pounds, consult factory before specifying or installing LCN electrohydraulic or pneumatic automatic operators.
  • Caution! For exterior doors exceeding 4’0” wide by 7’0” tall, interior doors exceeding 4’0” wide by 8’0’ tall, or any door exceeding 200 pounds, consult factory before specifying or installing LCN Electromechanical automatic operators.
A156.19 System Design Parameters
  • Cycle test standard of 300,000 full load operating cycles.
  • Power opening plus full door control.
  • Open to backcheck no faster than 3 seconds.
  • Opening time to fully open is no faster than 4 seconds.
  • Remain fully open for at least 5 seconds.
  • Closing time from 90° to 10° is no faster than 3 seconds.
  • Less than 15 lbf to stop doors motion.
  • Kinetic energy must not exceed 1.25 lbf-ft.
  • In event of failure, less than 15 lbf to release latch, less than 30 lbf to put door in motion, less than 15 lbf to fully open door system.
Common System Features
  • Power opening plus full door control.
  • No guide rails or safety devices required due to low energy design.
  • Adjustable opening force.
  • Adjustable closing power.
  • Operators meet ADA reduced manual opening force requirements, this includes 4630 and 4810.
  • Electrohydraulic and pneumatic systems feature adjustable backcheck that slows opening swing at about 70°.
  • Electromechanical systems feature electronic backcheck that slows opening swing at about 70°.
  • Systems allow for separate adjustment of general closing and latch speed.
  • Electrohydraulic and pneumatic systems are available in seven standard or a wide selection of optional custom powder coat finishes to blend with door and frame.
  • Electromechanical systems are available in two standard anodized finishes or optional custom anodized and custom paint finishes to blend with door and frame.
  • UL & NEC compliant.
  • Compatible with most security and safety systems.
  • Capable of full integration with high security keypads and card readers.
  • Wiring allows for sequential operation for vestibule applications. Electromechanical systems require additional components.
  • Modular design simplifies installation and maintenance.

 

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