Installation & Maintenance
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Orders for stocked items placed within the United States will be shipped within 24 hours to our dealers (excludes weekends and holidays).
Handing is determined by standing in the doorway looking into the pocket.
Determine which side you would like the snib or key on.
Example 1: _If the restroom was on your left shoulder you would want LH Snib/RH Emergency.
Example 2: _If the office was on your right shoulder you would want LH Key/RH snib
CL200 & CL400 Magnetic:
We hold Satin Nickel, Oil Rubbed Bronze, Bright Chrome and Satin Chrome in inventory in Los Angeles
(1-2 days delivery within California). Other finishes are available on request (2-3 week delivery).
CL100 Mortise Case:
We hold Satin Chrome in inventory in Los Angeles (1-2 day delivery within California).
Please inquire about other finishes.
We have had our Euro profile cylinders fitted with the American schlage C keyway,
one of the most popular keyways used in America.
A pair of single (M6) carriages will take 200lb (90kg). If your door is heavier we have heavy-duty (M8) carriages available to suit doors up to 500lb (240kg) or if your door is heavier still, step up to our M10 1100lb (500kg) carriage series.
Installation instructions for the CS Cavity Slider Pocket Frame are available here.
For a video tutorial, check out our full assembly and installation video here.
Templates and Fitting Instructions are available on the Installation page
Yes, it will. The way to stop this is to mount a 4 inch back stop on the back stud.
This stops the door from closing all the way and hitting the lever on the jambs.
For ADA you require a 32 inch clear opening, so if you use the lever handle on an
ADA pocket door, your opening must be a minimum of 36 inches.
Once you allow for the 4 inches that are taken up by the backstop, you will be left
with 32 inches.
Yes. The distance between the surface of the door and the face of the returning handle
is less than half an inch, complying with California fire regulations.