15 lb (6.8kg)
180º No Hold Open
BS EN1154 – Classification 3.8.6/184.108.40.206
1000 Lb. Capacity, 54″ (1.37 m) Doors
Interchangeable Spindle Heights
Leveling and Door Centering Adjustments
Multi-Size Spring Power Adjustable
CRL Jackson® 900 Series Multi-Sized Floor Mounted Door Closer
is a heavy-duty, fully adjustable closer designed for new and retrofit applications. Accessories are available for either double or single acting doors. With its 1000 lbs. (454 kg) capacity, the 900 Series Door Closer can be used with larger and heavier interior or exterior doors for longer, maintenance-free performance. These Door Closers are available in dual 90 and 120 degree, or 105 degree only Hold Open and No Hold Open models.
This fully adjustable Door Closer meets A.D.A. requirements in that it can be set at 5 or 8.5 lbs. opening forces. The unique centering adjustment simplifies double door alignment. This Door Closer is ideal for areas with extreme temperature changes due to its multi-viscosity temperature stabilizing fluid with thermal sensitive valves providing seasonal adaptability. Packages for new and retrofit installations, as well as accessories for both center-hung and offset door applications, are available.
This Door Closer is designed to open to a maximum of 180 degrees. An auxiliary floor or overhead stop is required to stop the door at less than 180 degrees.
990 Closer Body
Installation Tool Package
J7080 Center-Hung Arm
CRL9040S8 Flat Tapered Spindle
Maximum Center-Hung Door: Weight = 1000 lbs. (454 kg), Width = 54″ (1.37 m)
Maximum 3/4″ Offset Door: Weight = 650 lbs. (295 kg), Width = 48″ (1.22 m)
Maximum 1-1/2″ Offset Door: Weight = 300 lbs. (136 kg), Width = 42″ (1.07 m)
Adjustable Spring Power: Multi-Size 1 – 6
Door Centering Adjustment: 6 Degree Range Adjustment to Align Door
Hold or No Hold Open Models: Hold Open at Both 90 Degrees and 120 Degrees, Hold Open at 105 Degrees Only
Action: Non-Handed, Double Acting – 180 Degree Swing Important Notes: Closers set to comply with A.D.A. specified opening forces might not provide adequate spring power to control and close the door due to varying site conditions and door size.