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Yale 3521T-689 Thumbturn Holder/Stop Multi-Sized Architectural Door Closer

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The Yale 3521T Architectural Door Closers offer the perfect combination of reliability, appearance and durability in today’s market. With features such as staked valves, self-drilling/self-tapping screws, rack and pinion design and precise valve adjustment, and a complete range of arm and cover options, the Yale 3521T can meet virtually any application challenge.

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Product Description


• Cast aluminum body
• Staked valves
• Rack & pinion design
• 1-1/4" (32mm) diameter piston
• 5/8" (16mm) diameter pinion journals
• Separate and independent, latch, sweep and backcheck intensity valves
• 2-1/8" (54mm) projection (standard covers)
• All standard arm applications (with slim, full or metal covers) allow doors to swing 180 degrees, conditions permitting
• 3521T - shipped with full cover
• Finish: Aluminum 689

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Yale ASSA ABLOY
Model 3521T-689
Size Adjustable Size 1 Thru 6 Door Width
Mounting Hinge Pull Side, Parallel Arm Push Side, Top Jamb Push Side
Hand Non-Handed
U.L. Listed UL listed
ANSI/BHMA A156.4, Grade 1
Warranty 10-year limited warranty
Weight 10.0000


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