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CRL Door Pressure Gauge ADA 0-35 Lbs

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CRL Door Pressure Gauge ADA  0-35 Lbs
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Easy to Use, Pocket Sized Tool Helps to Determine if Amount of Force Required to Open Doors Meets A.D.A. Regulations Range is from 0-35 Lbs. Our Door Pressure Gauge shows the amount of force (pounds or kilograms) required to open doors so you can determine if the door meets A.D.A. regulations. An absolutely vital tool if working on doors in facilities requiring full access to disabled persons. It can also be used to determine the amount of rolling force required to open or close patio doors. Range is from 0 to 35 lbs. (0 to 15.9 kg). Take the GUESSWORK out of determining how much force is required to open commercial doors ! KNOW the EXACT amount by using the Door Pressure Gauge (0 - 35 lb Force Range) This instrument is capable of measuring the entire range of forces found in servicing interior and exterior doors.    Used by: Building and Fire Code Inspectors Architects and Contractors Building Maintenance Engineers Commercial Door and Hardware Professionals   MEET ADA REQUIREMENTS and Satisfy Codes pertaining to Fire and Elevator Doors.   The American with Disabilities Act requires that both interior and exterior doors of a building be handicapped accessible. Door Opening Force [4.13.11 ADA Accessibility Guidelines ]   • Exterior hinged doors : (Reserved) • Interior hinged doors : 5 lbs (22.2N) • Sliding or folding doors : 5 lbs (22.2N)   The Door Pressure Gauge is guaranteed to give you accurate readings, is incredibly easy to operate  and is MADE IN THE USA !   OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS : 1. Set the top (small) o-ring located on the plunger rod on zero, down against the instrument's flange; or set the o-ring on the desired force. 2. Holding the instrument firmly, press slowly against the door at a point approximately handle-high, and 30 inches away from the door's hinges. 3. Read the amount of force required to open the door on the plunger scale closest to the bottom of the small o-ring.   It's a necessary tool for anyone who has to adjust door pressure or verify the required ADA specifications  are met."  Don't just hope it's right... KNOW it's RIGHT !
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