The International Series 200 concealed overhead closer is provides quality assurance by a single manufacturer with over 30 years of experience in door closers. Features a modern design for concealment in either the head frame or top rail of the door.
End loads, side load arms, and offset arm and track assemblies for International concealed overhead closers
As used in exit devices, a mechanism that fastens the cross bar in the fully depressed position, and also retains the latch bolt or bolts in a retracted position, thus permitting free operation of the door from either side. Locking or unlocking by hex key (Dogging Key)
A doorstop (also door stopper or door stop) is an object or device used to hold a door open or closed, or to prevent a door from opening too widely. Alternatively, a doorstop can be a thin slat built inside a door frame to prevent a door from swinging through when closed.
A crash bar (also known as a panic bar, exit device, panic device, or a push bar) is a device for unlocking a door during emergency conditions. The mechanism consists of a spring-loaded metal bar fixed horizontally to the inside of an outward-opening door. When the lever is either pushed or depressed, it activates a mechanism which unlatches the door allowing occupants to leave quickly from the building.
A Flush bolt is a bolt mounted inside the door to lock a door in place. These bolts slide up into the jamb above the door and down into the threshold or floor below the door. They are primarily used on double doors where one door is locked in place and the other door is the one mainly used (active door). When needed the door locked in place with the flush bolts can be opened.
A surface door closer is a mechanical device mounted to the top of the frame or door that helps close a door, in general after someone opens it, or after it was automatically opened
Trim is typically along the edges of a door and in contrasting color or material. Storefront outside pull handles, mounting plates, cylinder mounting pads, and rim strikes
International OP-7000 Replacement 3/4" Offset Hung Pivot. Handed Pivots. The Offset Hung is a pivot that is installed 3/4" from the heel edge of the door and 3/4" or 1-1/2" from the face of the door. They offer partial floor-to-ceiling concealment for offset hung doors. They can operate on single acting doors. Offset hung pivot sets include top or bottom pivots, floor bearing, top or bottom arm and installation hardware.
The Center Hung Pivot is a pivot that is installed in the center of the door either on top or bottom of the door. Pivot point centered in thickness of door. They offer full floor-to-ceiling concealment for center hung doors. It can operate on either single acting or double acting doors. Center hung pivots are sold individually and as a set.
An intermediate pivot hinge is used to keep the middle part of the door in alignment with the pivot hinges at the top and bottom of the door.