We offer a selection of door closers from leading manufacturers such as GEZE, DORMA, BRITON and ARROW. Door closers are available to suit all budgets and situations including both manual and...
The GEZE TS4000EFS Electromagnetic Door Closer is a surface mounted rack and pinion door closer with free swing-link arm for single action right and left hand closing doors up to 1400mm wide.
The GEZE TS4000E Hold Open Electromagnetic Door Closer is a surface mounted rack and pinion door closer with electro-hydraulic hold-open device for single action right and left hand closing doors up to 1400mm wide.
The Briton 2130B.TE is a 24V DC electromagnetic hold open slide arm door closer. It is power adjustable size EN 3-4 and is suitable for Figure 1 (Pull Side) and Figure 61 (Transom mounted) door applications.
The GEZE TS3000VE electromagnetic door closer is a surface mounted overhead door closer with a guide rail arm suitable for doors up to 1100mm and fire doors when connected to the fire alarm system.
The GEZE TS550E Power Size EN 3-6 Floor spring for interior single action doors up to 1400mm wide comes with flat-tapered spindle, adjustable closing force, adjustable closing speed,adjustable latch action, electromagnetic hold-open and galvanised steel concrete box. Single Action Mechanism only.
The GEZE TS1500 is a surface mounted rack & pinion overhead door closer which is approved for use with single-action doors with leaf widths of up to 1100 mm and for use on smoke and fire doors. The closing speed (3-4) and latching action are adjustable.
The GEZE TS2000NVBC is a rack & pinion overhead door closer which is approved for use on single action doors with leaf widths of up to 1100 mm and suitable for smoke and fire doors. It comes with variable Power Size EN 2-4 and adjustable closing speed, latching action and backcheck.
We offer a selection of door closers from leading manufacturers such as GEZE, DORMA, BRITON and ARROW. Door closers are available to suit all budgets and situations including both manual and automatic doors as well as electromagnetic hold open and swing free applications. The range is complemented with concealed door closers from GEZE and PERKO for use in situations where a clean, aesthetically pleasing finish to the door is required.
Approved Doc M and BS8300: Relates to accessibility and the code of practice in the design of buildings to meet the needs of disabled people. Swing Free Door closers with adjustable power sizes can help with ease of access throughout a building and will often be specified on new building projects.
Part B: To do with Fire Safety – electromagnetic door closers and holders are Part B compliant. See our blog for more information on this.
We try to ensure that choosing the right door closer for you is as easy as possible and simplify technical terminology so that you know what you’re purchasing. If you are in any doubt and would like assistance with your choice, please contact the sales team on 01305 257996 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Backcheck – Is the cushioning effect you feel when the door is swung open and is prevented from slamming into the wall behind it. It’s a useful feature to ensure that door hardware and the door itself are given a certain level of protection from misuse.
Delayed Action/Delayed Close – In simple terms, this means the length of time it takes for the door to close after being opened. It’s often a desirable feature for Care Homes or areas where it may take people a little more time to get through the door unharmed.
Power Size – This is either fixed at a set number or variable (adjustable). The power size required is determined by the door weight and width. (See Power Size Table below).
Closing Speed – This is the adjustment for the general speed of the door closing. Installers often make the mistake of adjusting this to close the door when first installing a closer, the Power Size should always be adjusted first.
Latching Action – This is adjustable and refers to the final few degrees of closing. This is beneficial to overcome any issues with the latch or seal on a door.
Mechanical Hold Open – A Hold Open Arm can be used on door closers to achieve a rigid hold open function, however these must never be used on Fire Doors.
Hold Open – Electromagnetic Hold Open: Ideal for use on Fire Doors; the Hold Open function means that the door is held open permanently at a fixed angle (unless released by the fire alarm activation). Usually this function is provided in the cam being used, the arm itself or a mechanism inside the slide channel.
Electromagnetic Free Swing – This function means that the door with the electromagnetic closer will act like a door that doesn’t have any closer on it. It means that the door will stay open at whatever angle it is left at but will close in the event of a fire. It’s a particularly good feature to use on Care Home Bedroom Doors when Hold Open function would cause privacy issues and it meets the barrier-free needs of less-abled users.
EN Power Size
Max. Door Weight (kg)
Max. Door Width (mm)
The above guide is just a guide, based on optimal testing conditions and does not take into consideration any site variables such as the following:
As well as the above, when making a decision on what type of door closer you require, it is a good idea to think about the following:
Arms and Mechanisms:
See Overhead Door Closers for more information.
There are several types of Door Closers available:
More specific information can be found within the subcategories on this website.