PULL OUT AUTOMATIC DOOR BOTTOM

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Do auto door bottoms require Z49 end caps in order to use the optional “Pull Out” feature? No, the Z49 end caps don’t have anything to do with the “pull out” function.  They are a differ...
Hardware falling off a door is caused by one or all of the following issues: Field abuse Improper internal reinforcements in the door Improper field preparation The top or bottom rod case can...
 Pneumatic Automatic Operators are used in areas where electrically operated devices are not convenient or permitted.  Consists of a modified, heavy-duty door closer for manual oper...
Electro-hydraulic Automatic Operators are: Designed for manual opening applications where there is occasional need for automating the door to meet ADA requirements.  Electrically powere...
Standard Doors: standard inverted bottom channels will accept the following manufactures automatic door bottoms: National Guard (320) Pemko (420) Zero International (355/354)
Special (custom) option: a special/optional end channel that will support the following manufactures: National Guard (422/423/522) Pemko (443) Zero International (360/364).
Yes, an automatic operator can be installed on a Dutch door. The operator must be installed on the top leaf of the Dutch door. Only the top half will open unless the top and bottom leaves (se...
The magnet assists with the door bottom staying in the "up" position.  It takes a load off the mechanical components.  It is only included on certain door bottoms (367, 368, 369) that are...
Yes, these models have extension pieces on them such that you cannot just flip the complete unit over for different door handings.  Since the brass adjusting nut must always be on the hinge si...