ABH Master Catalog

Innovation, Quality, Customer Service... Installation Methods - Concealed vs. Surface Overhead Holders & Stops Concealed mount requires cut-outs in both the frame and door for installation. of the door, making it an easier installation for existing openings. Concealed Mount Installation Surface Mount Installation Example 1 – Single - Acting Doors • Jamb bracket mortised into • Arm cut-out on stop side of door only (A) • Channel mortised into top of door (C) Example 3 – Standard (push side) • Jamb bracket mounts on top • Channel mounts to the face of the door (C) Example 5 – Flush Door (push side) • Angle jamb bracket mounts to the face of the header (AJB) • Jamb bracket attaches to the angle jamb bracket (JB) • Channel mounts to the face of the door (C) Example 2 – Double - Acting Doors • Jamb bracket mortised into • Arm cut-outs on both sides of door (A) • Channel mortised into top of door (C) A = Arm AJB = Angle Jamb Bracket C = Channel JB = Jamb Bracket Example 4 – Rabbeted Door (push side) • Angle jamb bracket mounts to the face of the header (AJB) • Jamb bracket attaches to the angle jamb bracket (JB) • Channel mounts to the face of the door (C) Example 6 – Pull Side Installation • Angle jamb bracket mounts to the face of the header (AJB) • Jamb bracket attaches to the angle jamb bracket (JB) • Channel mounts to the face of the door (C) Architectural Builders Hardware Manufacturing, Inc. 1222 Ardmore Avenue, Itasca, IL 60143 Tel: 630-875-9900 • Fax: 630-875-9918 / 800-932-9224 Web: www.abhmfg.com • Email: abhinfo@abhmfg.com 2014 ABH Mfg., Inc. B-3 JB JB AJB A A JB A C C C JB AJB A C JB AJB A C JB A C

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