BTS-80-D Floor Closer Package

BTS-80-D Floor Closer Package

$799.60

  • Return period:60 days
  • Weight: 37 lbs
  • Handing: Non-Handed
  • Ships From: OH
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SKU: BTS-80-D Category:
  • Description

Description

3/4” Offset Hung
Single Acting
All Door and Frame Tupes

 


Clearance: 3/4” from floor to bottom of door

 

The spindle furnished (74010) is designed for a 3/4” undercut and returns the door to zero degrees.  Other spindles are available and may be changed in the field.  It is important to know the undercut before ordering so you can receive the correct spindle.

SPINDLE UNDERCUT RETURN DEGREE
74003 5/16” zero
74005 1/2” zero
74010 3/4” zero
74015 7/8” zero
74020 1-1/8” zero
74025 1-5/16” zero
74030 1-1/2” zero
80003 5/16” 3 degree offset – handed
80005 1/2” 3 degree offset – handed
80010 3/4” 3 degree offset – handed

 


Packages:

Package C and Package D are nearly identical.  Both come with a spindle for a 3/4” undercut door.

C = 1-1/2” offset hung

D = 3/4” offset hung

The offset measurement is distance from the face of the door.  D is by far the most common model.  C is only ordered when additional offset is required to clear unusually thick frame trim (casing).


Door Swing:

Double Acting – Swings both ways (may be installed so it only swings one way by adding door stop to frame)

Single Acting – Swings one way only

All Offset Hung closers are Single Acting.


Center Hung vs. Offset Hung:

Center hung closers are rarely ordered as they are designed for special applications.  An example would be an “invsible” door that blends into a wall.  One advantage of center hung closers is the hardware is concealed.  A disadvantage is a special door bevel is required.

Offset hung closers are by far the most popular and cause doors to swing in a similar fashion to butt hinges.  In both cases, the pivot point is offset from the door.  Standard commercial doors are designed to swing in a “offset” style.

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