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Shut doors conveniently and safely with ABUS

Published: 3 February 2017

ABUS is introducing new Door Closers, a product designed to provide a convenient and safe solution for shutting doors quietly and securely. ABUS Door Closers eliminate the frustration of doors that bang, and doors that don’t shut properly allowing draughts.

 

The AC4223 is suitable for room doors up to 65 kg and a maximum width of 950mm. RRP £30.00 excl. VAT.

The AC7023 is suitable for office doors, front doors to flats and entrance doors up to 85kg and a maximum door width of 1100mm. RRP £60.00 excl. VAT.

The AC7124 is suitable for office and entrance doors and for public buildings between 45 and 85kg and a maximum door width of 1250mm. RRP £85.00 excl. VAT.

The AC7303 is suitable for office doors, front doors to flats and fire protection doors, maximum door weight of 60kg and maximum door width of 950mm. RRP £105.00 excl. VAT.

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