LCN closer outdoor use cold conditions

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Regular LCN closers have "3" regulating valves for General Speed, Latch Speed, and Backcheck. If the LCN closer has "4" regulating valves, then the closer has the Delayed Action feature. De...
A 4110 with AVB (advance variable back check) would be recommended. Using a SCUSH (Spring Cush) arm will also help minimize shock to all door hardware.
LCN does not recommend this type of installation, and has never sold a coupler to do this.
The old 4030/4130 closers and arms are obsolete, there is nothing to replace them. No arm from other closers will fit  There is no closer that can replace the old 4030 series closer with the exa...
The maximum recommended door weight for LCN closers is 225 lbs.
The LCN closer fluid "Liquid X" will perform without variation between:  -30° F to +120° F - for manual closers.  +35° F to +120° F - for electrical closers and automatic operators. At around ...
There are a few things that can cause a closer to slam. The closer could be adjusted incorrectly. Turn all regulating screws clockwise until they stop. Then open each valve 1 and 1/2 turns. If t...
LCN does not supply Allen wrenches, the size that LCN uses, are standard sizes that every installer will have in their tool kit. 3/32" Allen wrench for adjusting regulation valves: main speed, lat...
SRT "Self Reaming, & Tapping" screws are the default type screws shipped with LCN closers, when a specific screw type is not specified.   There are 3 standard lengths of SRT screws: 1-3/8" 1...