When Back Check on a Door Closer is adjusted incorrectly, your day can become uncomfortable… when a fire door doesn’t close.
The Back Check controls the door on the opening cycle and will prevent the door from banging into a wall or furniture. Busy areas like schools, universities or office environments are a prime example where Back Check is required.
Does your door stop the back check or does your back check stop the door?
Make sure you specify Back Check when you need to control the opening cycle in a doorway. Although a Door Closer is a small element of a building design it makes an enormous difference to its operation.
Rutland Door Controls; helping you understand door closers.