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Door Operator, Nonhanded, Aluminum
- Item # 45J043
- Mfr. Model # 5741-RFI x 574 (2) x 689
- UNSPSC # 30171514
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Catalog Group # H3883
- Shipping Weight 39.95 lbs.
- ItemPowered Door Operator
- Closing Operation ModeElectric
- Closer PerformanceHeavy Duty
- Closer TypeDelayed Action
- Door HandingNon-Handed
- Arm TypeSlide Track Pull Side, Double Lever Push Side
- Mounting StylePush or Pull Side Top Jamb
- Housing Length29"
- Housing Width4-5/8"
- Housing Height5-1/4"
- Max. Door Opening180 Degrees Pull Side, 170 Degrees Push Side
- Exterior Door Width30 to 48"
- Interior Door Width30 to 48"
- Projection from Wall4-5/8"
- Spring SizeAdjustable 1 to 4
- For Use WithInterior and Exterior Doors
- Includes(2) Wireless Wall Switches with ADA Plates
- StandardsC-UL US Listed for Use on Fire Doors, Meeets ADA
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