Adjustable powered DORMA RTS87 transom closer for use in aluminium or steel profiles

  • 25 Apr 2014

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RTS87 uses the same accessories as the DORMA RTS85 Transom Closer that is also CE Marked to BS EN1154.


DORMA side load arms, end load arms, pinch free arms and adjustable height floor and threshold pivots suit both the RTS87 and RTS85 ensuring constant preparation for door leaves irrespective of which Transom Closer is being used.

 
In addition to a RTS87 Declaration of Performance being available to comply with the requirements of CE Marking, a third party torque curve is also available to demonstrate the low opening forces and ability to enable doors to meet the opening forces within ADM and BS8300.

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