Maziuk P/N: NAB710RI3A
$2082.47 Each
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The GT 710 operates in both automatic and manual modes. It features a 2-60 second hold-open range and a “push-n-go” feature.The GT 710 operator has a hydraulic backcheck that protects the door and mechanical operator from damage when forced open in windy conditions or when manually operated. In manual mode, the system closes slowly upon release to enable passage. The GT 710 with its hydraulic closer offers the flexibility to adjust the closing pressure as needed for specific site conditions. The GT 710 operator is now approved for use on fire door assemblies rated up to 3 hours.


Proven hydraulic design for proven reliability

In manual mode, door opens with very little pressure and closes slowly providing easy operation for handicapped or elderly pedestrians

Low current draw - less than 3 amp, 115 VAC, 1-phase

Magnum Microprocessor based control with multiple functions to suit your requirements

Adjustable opening and closing speeds allow the door to close sooner for energy savings or slower for increased pedestrian protection

“Push-N-Go” feature provides easy automatic operation for handicapped or elderly pedestrians and eliminates the cost of wall switches

Recycle feature stops and reverses direction of opening door when an object is encountered for greater pedestrian protection

Works with new or existing door frames

Approved for use on fire door assemblies rated up to 3 hours

Optional length headers for improved appearance

Convenient sideload header

Sideload header panel pivots up and locks into position, enabling the operator to be quickly installed or removed for easy servicing while allowing the door to remain in a closed position, eliminating the loss of energy from within the building

Auxiliary sensing devices available

Additional safety devices can be easily added

All features, components and accessories meet ANSI 156.19 standards. They are also CSA and UL approved and comply with ANSI 117.1 and the Low Energy Operator section of ADA