Identify Your Floor Closers Is the door offset or center hung? When door is in closed position.... Offset Floor Closers Center Hung Floor Closers • Spindle & pivot centerline located "off" the face of the door (3/4" or 1-1/2") • Visible cover cap on arm • Visible cover cap on arm • Arm is not visible when installed – there may be visible adjusting screws on face of door at bottom arm location • Arm attached to door when door is de-mounted • Arm attached to closer when door is de-mounted • Door may have intermediate pivot(s) in addition to top pivot • Top pivot only (walking beam type) – completely hidden when door is closed What is the spindle configuration? Please refer to the diagram. Is it single or double acting? Double acting – door swings into the room AND out of the room Single acting – door swings either into the room or out of the room but, not both How many adjusting valves are there? 1? 2? 3? 4? 5? Do you recognize the body and markings on the more popular models? Please refer to the markings identification diagram. Spindle height? Please refer to the spindle heights chart (The door must be removed from the closer to make this determination.) Hand of door? Degree of swing? Most common are 90° or 105°. Does it hold open? Automatic - always goes into hold open Selective - valve to turn hold open off and on Can you identify arm? Please refer to the diagram.