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The minimum door thickness that the AD or CO series lock will mount on is 1 3/8".  Be advised that this will require additional spacers to be ordered separately to allow the lock to mount...
Standard Schlage rim cylinders will fit a total thickness of door and projecting trim of 3 inches, this includes a minimum of 3/8" of engagement of the tailpiece into the exit device.  See ima...
For total thickness measurements larger than 3 inches see the special cylinder offerings in Pricebook.  Specify the part number and include the total thickness.  We do not offer the ...
The maximum door width that pivots have been tested is a 4' wide door.  Any door greater than 4' would shorten the life of the pivots. There is no maximum door height, for offset pivots the ru...
Reveal should not exceed: 6" for the REGULAR ARM 9 3/4" for the LONG ARM
The "320G" is the # on a UL sticker attached to the arm of most LCN door closers, and is not a door closer model number.  The "320G" means that the arm is not a mechanical hold open device and OK t...
The 296G is is not a model number but rather the UL listing number.
The 1038G is not a closer number, but a cylinder casting number on all the 2030 series closers or a 5030 series closers.
Butt hinges can be used on  doors up to 4' wide and 200 pounds.  There is no maximum door height, just need to add a hinge for every 30" or part there of over 7'.
The maximum recommended door weight for LCN closers is 225 lbs.
An EPT can be used with a Cam Lift Hinge: Maximum hinge lift dimension = 1/2".  The EPT must be installed correctly with the tube at the top on the door side and the tube at bottom on...
A UL 20 minute fire rating is the maximum fire rating for a Full Glass (FG) door design. A14-Series door construction: Max fire rating is 20 minute. UL label only FG must use Over-Lapping Stee...
The AL series lock fits up to 1 7/8” door thickness out of box.
1 3/4" is the standard door thickness. Steelcraft only makes a nominal 1 3/4" thick door. A 1 3/8" was made for light duty commercial applications but that product was discontinued in 1999.