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• Bottom bolt is stainless hexagonal steel bolt requires only a 1/2" diameter hole in threshold for a strike
• Outside Operation: If key entry operation is required, any standard mortise cylinder with MS cam can be installed through an 8650 cylinder escutheon.
• Any of the entry trim available with Adams Rite exit devices can also be specified, in version used for CVR devices
• Inside Operation: Push paddle to unblock top bolt and withdraw bottom bolt. continuing to push opens the door in a very natural, handicap-friendly motion.
• Paddle stroke is approximately 1-1/2" at extreme end. Rod adjustment allows paddle (centerline) to be mounted at any height from 30 to 44 inches above the finished floor
• Paddle Dogging: tuning hex screw in paddle escutcheon holds paddle down, leaving door free-swinging
• Door Size: Standard unit will fit doors up to 66" above the paddle height (110" door if paddle is at maximum 44" height).
• For taller doors, order 8655 Tall Door Kit, which allows up to 97" above paddle
• Top bolt is similar to door latches on some automobiles and aircraft, the U-shaped bolt wraps around the strike post to deadlock position, which also deadlocks the bottom bolt through a gear train at the center of the rod assembly
• Header strike is a flanged post installed on the header has a generous location adjustment to allow for door misalignment, sag bumpers, etc.
• Designed to prevent forced entry by bowing the door
• Individually boxed with mounting screws and installation instructions
• Finish: Clear Anodized 628
|Manufacturer||Adams Rite ASSA ABLOY|
|Lock Functions||Designed for paired outswinging narrow stile glass doors but also suitable for single doors. Instead of operating a conventional horizontal-throw latchbolt, the 4781 latches to header and threshold.|
|Certifications||ANSI/BHMA Type E16121 Grade 1|
|Warranty||5 Year Warranty|
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