Door Check, #VS2000 Standard Spring 50N (Satin Chrome)

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  • Door Check, #VS2000 Standard Spring 50N (Satin Chrome)
  • Door Check, #VS2000 Standard Spring 50N (Satin Chrome)
  • Door Check, #VS2000 Standard Spring 50N (Satin Chrome)
  • Door Check, #VS2000 Standard Spring 50N (Satin Chrome)
  • Door Check, #VS2000 Standard Spring 50N (Satin Chrome)
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VS2000 satin chrome DICTATOR door check noiselessly controls the closing of doors - Approximate closing force 50N, 13-15lbs. The door check will ensure, that the door will be held firmly closed and will not slam when shut. The special design of the DICTATOR VS2000 having a uniformly square hook and body, appears to be a "one piece" unit when fixed to a door. As with the DICTATOR 1600 the fixing screws and cylinder are completely enclosed. Variations in the projection of the door or frame are accommodated by spacing plates that are placed under the hook when installing. As standard the DICTATOR VS2000 comes with a closing speed adjustment facility. Fitting can be vertical or horizontal with the 20N and 50N models. Horizontal fitting is not possible with the 80N or 115N model.

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1 Review

  • 5

    Posted by Tim M on Dec 21st 2015

    Heavy duty piece of equipment works well. Install instructions are pictures (no words) and it took a while to comprehend, especially when it describes lining up bottom of the L-shaped cutout 2mm (being American, I had to google that into inches) above the top edge of the door. I also initially missed that this is supposed to be located near the top center of the door and not near outside edge.

    Suggestion to Manufacturer to Improve Install Process: (1) Place a cardboard template inside the box that shows where the 8 holes are to be drilled so that one achieves optimum alignment between the two pieces. (2) Provide the metric allen wrench needed to adjust the spring strength -- save me a trip to the hardware store.

    PS - If you need to remove the main body of this thing from your door, there are no instructions how to do this and all of the screws are concealed. I discovered that sliding a putty knife under the lower edge and then lifting up was the solution.

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