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21Jun 2017

Open back strikes are for use on the inactive leaf of a pair of doors when each door is required to operate independently for egress but remain secure without using a coordinator.

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15Jun 2017

Things to Consider – Spats A Spat is a full profile cover to wrap the bottom portion of a jamb Can be furnished for a new jamb or most commonly for retro-fit over existing jamb Used to cover or prevent rust in most applications Stainless steel is most common material used Could also be A60 […]

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30May 2017
Universal wood stud anchor

Anchor installs in jambs and is connected via screws or nails to wood stud wall framing. This anchor is welded in place for use with any jamb depth.

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30May 2017

Anchors are JD specific and only available in ½” increments from 5 ¾” to 8 ¾” JD. These anchors are for use with 2″ face hollow metal frames and can be used in fire rated openings for wood stud, steel stud, and existing masonry walls.

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Even in a perfect world, the job of the door and hardware distributor is extremely demanding. (Kudos to you in these roles!) Every good distributor has a style, a philosophy, or a way of doing business that has gotten them to where they are now. With your reputation on the line with every order, great distributors must have great vendors to be successful. So what steps can you take to ensure that your vendor partners will help protect and enhance your business reputation and help you in your difficult role as a distributor?…

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A good distributor should respond to contractor concerns. Contractors rightly expect their door and hardware supplier to be their door, frame and hardware expert. But when a contractor calls with a field installation issue, what is the best way for a good distributor to.. respond? The stark reality of business is that there is very little time to drop what you are doing and visit a jobsite every time your contractor calls with a door or frame fitting issue…

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Open back strikes are for use on the inactive leaf of a pair of doors when each door is required to operate independently for egress but remain secure without using a coordinator.

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