Door Coordinators are Used On A Pair of Doors, One Active and One Inactive, Where Both Doors Swing In The Same Direction. In Certain Circumstances, the Inactive Door Must Close And Latch Before The Active Door . (For Example), When the Active door has an astragal or when the inactive door is using self latching or automatic flushbolts. Door Coordinators Control The closing Sequence of the Doors.
Brookline Bar Coordinators are constructed of steel base material and mount on the top of the frame. When Used
in Conjuction with a filler bar, the coordinator blends into the frame and looks like an integral part of the frame.
Filler Bars are Used in Conjuction with a Bar Coordinator to Fill The Gap on the top of the frame when a Bar Coordinator
does not cover the entire header. Filler Bars Are Sold in Standard Sizes to Accommodate the most common Frame Widths, but
They can also be cut to size if necessary.