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DOR-O-MATIC Rim Crossbar Device 2091 DT


DOR-O-MATIC Rim Crossbar Device 2091 DT

Manufacturer: Dor-O-Matic
Price: $436.76
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Additional Declarations - This manufacturer has an order minimum of $85.00 - if your total is less than this amount, the lead time approximately 2-3 weeks before it would ship. Simply exceed this minimum order amount so that we can drop ship the material to your location.
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Product Features
  • Equipped with a 1/2˝ throw steel latchbolt
  • Can be mounted on stiles as narrow as 1 3/4˝
  • Removable mullions are available for pairs of doors applications
  • Surface mounted strikes for full frame or blade type stops
  • U.L. Listed 305
  • Field adjustable width
  • Grade 1
  • With Pull Handle
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Color Options
P28 689 Painted Aluminum – Silver
P13 695 Painted Aluminum – Dark Bronze
Please be sure to select the correct hand when ordering. For instance you may notice the Right Hand and Left Hand Reverse drawings look similar. Indeed they appear to be similar. But there is a very important difference between them. The Right Hand drawing shows the push side of the door to be the locked (usually exterior) side of the door. But the Left Hand Reverse drawing shows the locked side of the door to be the pull side. This difference is significant when talking about door hardware as the application of that hardware is dependant upon the swing of a door.
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