TRUDOOR TDC-300 (01) PDF MANUAL


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PDF Content Summary: TDC-300 Door Closer Installation Instructions Non Hold Open - Multi Size 1-6 Components: Figure 1 Standard Closer Closer Arm Main Arm Screw ))) = குறு 1) முற Parallel Arm Plate Plastic Cover Through Bolt and Screw Screws Package • It is recommended that the door be hung on ball bearing type hinges so door swings freely. • A separate door stop (supplied by others) is recommended to prevent damage to the door closer, closer arm, or to the door, frame or adjacent walls. • Door and frame must be properly reinforced or through bolts used to prevent the mounting screws from pulling out. Preparation for Fasteners Fasteners Door or Frame Drill-Sizes Hollow Metal or Aluminum No drill required Self Drilling/Tapping Machine Screw Wood (see note) 3/16" pilot hole 1/4"-20 Machine Screw Hollow Metal Drill #7(0.201" dia.) & Tap 1/4"-20 NOTE: Wood doors/frames must have a pilot hole drilled when using Self Drilling/Tapping screws. Hollow Metal or Aluminum 1/4"-20 Machine Screw used with Through Bolt 9/32"drill closer side & 3/8" drill opposite side Wood Wood Screw Wood 3/16" pilot hole Page 2 Installation Instructions Regular Arm Template Dot not scale drawing Right hand door shown Dimensions are in inches 5-1/2" 1-3/4" 1-3/16" 3/4 12" “S = Recommended mounting locations for meeting ADA compliance Dimension"A" Opening 7-1/2" TO 100° 6" TO 130° 4-1/2" TO 180° ¢ Hinge or pivot & Installation sequence • Select degree of opening and use dimensions shown to locate 4 holes on door for closer body and 2 holes on frame face for arm shoe. For application that are different from above, a separate template will be required Right hand door Left hand door valves door swing valves • Prepare door and frame for fasteners. See "Preparation for Fasteners", Figure 2, Page 2. arm preload arm preload . Before installing closer body....set spring power for closer using Power adjustment chart, below right. - Install closer on door with speed regulating valves toward the hinge. • Remove forearm screw from adjusting rod and disassemble arm. See Figure 1, Fasten arm shoe (with rod) to frame face. arm mark pinion flat • Mount main arm onto closer pinion shaft, aligning arm mark "S" with pinion flat. Secure with main arm screw. Power Adjustment Chart door size inches • Reassemble arm. Adjust forearm length so that it will be perpendicular (at a 90° angle ) to the door face. Secure with forearm screw. • Adjust closer (see page 6) and install cover. Full clockwise turns of closer power adjustment nut (from "0" turns) 316 seriesonly interior exterior door door -7 - -3 O -5 24"-30" 30"-34" 34"-38" 0 To increase power Turn clockwise 8 turns maximum 38"-48" NOTE: Maximum of 20 turns (360°) of power adjustment Nut. Closer is shipped set at 7 turns from the factory To decrease power Turn counterclockwise IMPORTANT: When door closer is set to 5lbs to meet ADA compliance or ANSI A117.1 it may not close and latch the door every time the door closes. Power Adjustment Nut Page 3 Installation Instructions Top Jamb Template Dot not scale drawing Right hand door shown Dimensions are in inches we Tz E ” = Recommended mounting 5-1/2" 5-12" 1-3/4" 1-3/4" locations for meeting ADA compliance ¢ Hinge or pivot Dimension"A" | Opening 7-1/2" TO 100° 6" TO 130° 4-1/2" TO 180° door swing Installation sequence • Select degree of opening and use dimensions shown to locate 4 holes on frame face for closer body and 2 holes on door for arm shoe. For application that are different form above, a sepurate template will be required Left hand door Right hand door 90° valves valves • Prepare door and frame for fasteners. See "Preparation for Fasteners", Figure 2, Page 2. arm preload arm preload • Before installing closer body....set spring power for closer using Power adjustment chart, below right. - Install closer on door with speed regulating valves toward the hinge. • Remove forearm screw from adjusting rod and disassemble arm. See Figure 1, Fasten arm shoe (with rod) to frame face. arm mark pinion flat • Mount main arm onto closer pinion shaft, aligning arm mark "S" with pinion flat. Secure with main arm screw. Power Adjustment Chart door size • Reassemble arm. Adjust forearm length so that it will be perpendicular (at a 90° angle ) to the door face. Secure with forearm screw. inches Full clockwise turns of closer power adjustment nut (from "0" turns) 316 series only interior exterior door door -7 - -3 0 • Adjust closer (see page 6) and install cover. 24"-30" 30"-34" 34"-38" 0 4 To increase power Turn clockwise 8 turns maximum 38"-48" 8 NOTE: Maximum of 20 turns (360) of power adjustment Nut. Closer is shipped set at 7 turns from the factory To decrease power Turn counterclockwise IMPORTANT: When door closer is set to 5lbs to meet ADA compliance or ANSI A117.1 it may not close and latch the door every time the door closes. Power Adjustment Nut Page 4 Installation Instructions Parallel Arm Template 7/16", “E” = Recommended mounting locations for meeting ADA compliance Dimension"A" | Dimension"B" | Opening 9-1/2" 3-3/4" TO 120° 7" 1-1/4" TO 180° 2-3/4" ¢ Hinge or pivot - -- -- - Frame / Dot not scale drawing Left hand door shown Dimensions are in inches Toit 3/4" 1-1/2" (38mm) na Installation sequence • Reassemble arm. Preload is accomplished by adjusting . Select degree of opening and use dimensions shown to locate 4 forearm length so that it will set arm elbow about 1-1/2"(38mm) holes on door for closer body and 4 holes on underside of frame from the door face when connected to the main arm. Secure for PA plate. For application that are different form above, a with forearm screw. sepurate template will be required • Adjust closer (see page 6) and install cover. • Prepare door and frame for fasteners. See "Preparation for Fasteners", Figure 2, Page 2. Main Arm Installation Instructions • Before installing closer body....set spring power for closer using door swing Power adjustment chart, below . Left hand door Right hand door • Install closer on door with power adjustment nut toward the hinge. • Mount soffit plate to frame. Remove forearm screw from adjusting rod (See Figure 1) and attach adjusting rod. • Install main arm on pinion shaft....see main arm installation instructions below. Left hand door Right hand door Power Adjustment Chart Use adjustable wrench to rotate spindle 45° counter Full clockwise turns of closer power clockwise for right hand door or clockwise for left hand door adjustment nut (from "O" turns) size door. Place main arm on spindle so that the "R"(Right hand 316 seriesfonly inches door) or "L"(Left hand door) lines up with the spindle flat. interior exterior Secure main arm and spindle by tightening spindle bolt. door door 24"-30" | -4 30"-34" 0 To increase power 34"-38" Turn clockwise 8 turns maximum Flat Flat o 5 10 NOTE: Maximum of 20 turns (360°) of power adjustment Nut. Closer is shipped set at 7 turns from the factory To decrease power Turn counterclockwise IMPORTANT: When door closer is set to 5lbs to meet ADA compliance or ANSI A117.1 it may not close and latch the door every time the door closes. Power Adjustment Nut Page 5 Unit adjustment Closing speed controls (figure 1 and 2) • Valve "S" controls sweep range Opening door control (figure 4.) . Backcheck ("B") Valve controls the hydraulic resistance to door opening. NEVER close this valve completely, it is not to provide a positive stop - Backcheck position ("P") valve controls the door angle where backcheck cushioning starts. Valve normally closed. • Valve "L" controls latch range | Closing speed controls Figure 1 | | Opening door controls Figure 4 backcheck sweep range opening Closed Standard Closing cycle Opening cycle Closing speed controls Figure 2 Backcheck Figure 5 Backcheck cushion increase Sweep & Latch "B" (backcheck) decrease Slow "S" (sweep) standard closer Opening for backcheck later in door-opening cycle Fast "L" (latch) (NEVER close backcheck valve completely) Closing power control (Figure 3) Adjust as required (see charts on pages 3, 4, & 5) Closing power control Figure 3 To increase power Turn clockwise 8 turns maximum To decrease power Turn counter clockwise Power Adjustment Nut Page 6


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