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ASSA ABLOY encourages utilisation of Cam-Motion® door closers

  • 29 Aug 2018

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ASSA ABLOY Security Solutions, a UK division of ASSA ABLOY, is encouraging stockists, specifiers, installers and end-users to take advantage of its class-leading Cam-Motion® door closers. Launched more than 15 years ago, the door closer offers pure simplicity for installers and end users alike.

The innovative Cam profile of the Cam-Motion® boasts an unhanded and universal installation and allows pull and push mounting from the same unit. This profile also produces class-leading efficiencies and user-friendly opening forces to create a market-leading door closer solution.

The Cam-Motion® door closers can be specified for, or installed in any of four fixing applications – on door or head mount for both push and pull applications. This Universal Cam system was invented by ASSA ABLOY, and further highlights the company’s reputation as a provider of innovative, comprehensive, and adaptable door control solutions that are easy to install.

Initial installation is quicker and less expensive due to the removable and height-adjustable spindle, making it easier to achieve optimum results. This is because the innovative spindle design offers more room to manoeuvre and can be easily re-positioned to provide the correct spring pre-load.

In addition, the design reduces the need for secondary installation work, such as cutting out architraves to allow guide rail installation. Such versatility can be further amplified with a range of supporting accessories such as mounting plates, hold-open devices and dampers to create bespoke door control solutions.

The closers can also be adapted to suit changes in building function and design – it’s easy to upgrade power sizes, functionality and technologies across the whole range. This is because all core models in the Rack and Pinion and Cam-Motion® portfolio, including the DC200, DC300, DC500 and DC700, share identical mounting positions, fixing centres and positioning from the hinge.

All Cam-Motion® models include adjustable backcheck as standard, helping doors avoid damage from colliding with walls or fixed items when opened fully. They also require only three valves to achieve perfect performance, with a two-stage latching action as standard via the singular latch valve.

David Hindle, Head of Door Closer Sales at ASSA ABLOY, explains: “Cam-Motion® devices balance excellent performance and quality with outstanding ease-of-use. Because installation is simpler and easier, users can quickly enjoy the benefits of an attractive, discrete product that is fully compliant with fire regulations and durable to over half a million cycles.”

For further information on ASSA ABLOY door closers, please click here. To discuss the Cam-Motion® door closer range with our door closer expert, please contact David Hindle via email at david.hindle@assaabloy.com.

ASSA ABLOY,
School Street,
Willenhall,
West Midlands,
WV13 3PW
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)845 071 0882

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