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LCN P4040XP Door Closer with Hold Open and Cush-N-Stop

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LCN P4040XP Door Closer with Hold Open and Cush-N-Stop
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LCN 4040XP Door Closer with Hold Open and Cush-N-Stop

The LCN 4040 door closer is LCN's most flexible heavy duty door closer designed for high traffic and rugged use applications like institutions and commercial buildings. This LCN closer is shipped with the Hold Open Device Cush-N-Stop Closer arm and standard plastic cover. The Cush-N-Stop Closer has consistent speed until the very last bit before closing, where the doors slows down and closes gently into place. This closer also has the hold open device that allows you to keep your door open during high traffic periods or for other reasons.

LCN 4040XP Features LCN 404XP Specs

- Cast iron Casting
- Forged Steel Arm
- Double Heat Treated Steel Pinion
- All Weather Fluid
- Non-Handed makes ordering simple.
- LCN patented green dial allows for fast and easy adjustments.
- Included templates make installation a breeze and accurate with peel and stick templates.
- UL & cUL listed.

Adjustable for interior doors to 5' and exterior doors up to 4' with its non-sized adjustable cylinder.
- Closer mounts on the hinge side, top jamb and parallel arm with PA shoe on either right or left swinging doors.
- Meets ADA requirements.
- UL and cUL listed for self closing doors without hold open device.
- Tested and certified under the ANSI Standard A156.4 Grade 1

 

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SKU :LCN-4040XPSHCUSHAL
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Retail Price: $892.00
Price (USD)$624.40
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Question Are the dark bronze & aluminum both in stock for immediate shipping? How soon could I actually get black? our zip code is 44145
Asked by: Ed Ihnot - 2/13/2024
Question Aluminum is the most common and the only one in stock. Bronze or Black would be special order with 4-6 week lead time. Answer provided by:  Zach (2/13/2024)
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