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Overhead Fire Door Closers

Fire door closers close fire doors behind a person passing through the door and therefore help limit the spread of fire throughout a building. Overhead fire door closers can be mounted in three different configurations which are commonly referred to as Fig 1, 61 and 66 positions (please note that not all closers can be mounted in all configurations).

Fire door closers come either with a rated or adjustable strength to cater for different sizes and weights of doors. View our EN size guide

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Selectrite MK2 Fire Door Co-ordinator

Ensure that your fire doors close fully and in the correct sequence with the MK2 Fire Door Co-ordinator. Designed for use with rebated double fire doors.

  • Ensures doors close in the correct sequence
  • Silver anodised aluminium finish
  • UL certified and tested to BS EN 1158:1997 + A1:2002
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Overhead Fire Door Closer Mounting Configurations

Overhead Fire Door Closer Mounting Configurations

Door closers can be mounted in different ways depending upon the application for which they are being used. The three most common mounting types are detailed below.

Fig 1 Mounting

Also known as regular or projecting arm, this is the standard fixing position for a universal door closer. This is where the door closer is fitted to the opening face of the door on the hinge side.

When a door closer is fitted in a "figure 1" configuration the arms of the closer will project outwards from the door at around 90°.

Please Note: Fig 1 is suitable for all fire doors.

A graphic of an overhead door closer installed in Fig. 1 configuration

Fig 61 Mounting

The second fixing position for a universal door closer is commonly referred to as "figure 61" or transom. This is where the door closer is inverted and the body of it fitted to the head of the door frame opposite the hinge side of the door. This application allows a door closer to be fitted on external doors without the closer having to be exposed to the elements.

When a door closer is fitted in a "figure 61" configuration the arms of the closer will project outwards from the door at around 90°.

Please Note: The Certifire certificate must explicitly state approval for a door closer to be compliant in this configuration.

A graphic of an overhead door closer installed in Fig. 61 configuration

Fig 66 Mounting

The third fixing position for a universal door closer is commonly referred to as "figure 66" or parallel arm. This is where the door closer is fitted to the closing face of the door opposite the hinge side of the door. The arm of the closer is then fitted to a bracket supplied with the door closer. This application allows a door closer to be fitted on external doors without the closer having to be exposed to the elements.

When a door closer is fitted in a "figure 66" configuration the arms of the closer will run parallel to the door and frame.

Please Note: The Certifire certificate must explicitly state approval for a door closer to be compliant in this configuration.

A graphic of an overhead door closer installed in Fig. 66 configuration

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