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Rixson M190-RH Load-Bearing Pivot Right Hand

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Rixson M190-RH Pivot sets provide the best possible means of hanging a door. They are designed to work with the laws of physics to provide long-lasting performance and reliability.

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Product Description


• Used when frame condition does not allow standard top pivot
• Lateral load-bearing
• Maintains door alignment
• Aids in installing floor closers and bottom pivots
• Heavy-duty needle bearing
• Non-ferrous base metal
• 3/4" (19mm) offset standard
• Doors 60" (1524mm) to 90" (2286mm) in height should use one intermediate pivot. Each additional 30" (762mm) warrants another intermediate pivot
• Furnished with wood and machine screws
• Finishes: 606 Satin Brass, 612 Satin Bronze, 613 Dark Bronze and 626 Satin Chrome

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Rixson ASSA ABLOY
Model M190-RH
Application Heavy-Duty Full Mortise
Finish Optional
Handing Right Hand - RH
Certifications All Rixson pivots and pivot sets are in compliance with ANSI/ BHMA 156.4 Standards
Warranty Rixson Pivot sets are warranted for 2 years for defect
Weight 4.0000


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