Norton 9900 Series Trinity by ASSA ABLOY

April 9, 2010
The Norton 9900 Series Trinity self-adjusts to temperature changes

Designed for doors that are subject to environmental conditions, the Norton 9900 Series Trinity self-adjusts to temperature changes, monitors speeds through the sweep and latch zones, and responds bycontrolling the closing cycle of the door. Ideal for exterior or interior doors, Trinitycan be used in hospitals, schools and universities, office buildings, and auditoriums.

For more information, call 800-438-1951 or visit www.nortondoorcontrols.com.

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