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Glynn Johnson 453F-US32D Friction Hold-Open Surface Overhead Door HolderGlynn Johnson 453F-US32D Friction Hold-Open Surface Overhead Door Holder
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Glynn Johnson 453F-US32D Friction Hold-Open Surface Overhead Door Holder

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The Glynn-Johnson 453F Friction Hold-Open. Friction Hold-Open models provide an alternative holding method ideal for patient room doors, wardrobe or closet doors, or similar applications where multiple Hold-Open positions are desired. The friction tension can be adjusted using an allen wrench on the slider located in the channel at the top of the door.

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$79.95

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Product Description

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• 453F Friction Hold-Open Model
• Non-Handed
• Improved Compatibility with Door Closers
• Improved Jamb Bracket Design
• Single Acting Doors
• Interior Applications
• Durable
• Easy to Install
• Improved Corrosion Resistance
• Finish: US32D Satin Stainless Steel



Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Glynn Johnson Allegion
Model 453F-US32D
Application Surface Overhead Door Holder
Size ANSI Size 3
Mounting Overhead Surface
Hand Non-Handed
U.L. Listed UL Listed
Warranty 1 Year Warranty
Weight 10.0000

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