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Fulfilling security and life safety requirements, the Grade 1 DC3000 is ideal for virtually all door openings and draft conditions in both new construction and renovations. The mid-priced, cost-effective DC3000 series door closers are the perfect choice for high-traffic situations, with ease of operation and precise adjustability for barrier-free code compliance is ideal for health care, government, commercial and industrial, office and retail, schools and universities, hotels and conference centers.
Corbin Russwin's prestigious history dates back to 1839 when Henry Russell and Cornelius Erwin began manufacturing plate locks, merging in 1902 with P. and F. Corbin, originally founded in 1849 by Philip and Frank Corbin and Ed Doen, to form American Hardware Corporation. American Hardware was acquired by the Emhart Corporation in 1964 and later, purchased by Black and Decker who combined the Corbin and Russwin brands to form Corbin Russwin. Today, Corbin Russwin, a recognized leader in high-quality commercial grade hardware targeting commercial and institutional facilities, offers ANSI / BHMA Grade 1 mortise locks, cylindrical locks, exit devices, door control, high security key systems and electromechanical and access control hardware. The Corbin Russwin manufacturing facility is in Berlin, Connecticut. The economic flexibility, ease of installation and quality of performance and design, all make Corbin Russwin the choice for those who won’t compromise beauty or security.
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|Handing||Left, Reversible, Right|
|Approved for Commercial Use||Yes|
|Country Of Origin||USA|
|Closer Size||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6|
|BHMA Certification||Grade 1|
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