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Door Closers from Corbin Russwin

Corbin Russwin door closers have been around for the last 75 years. From the old door closer models 159, 163 and 166 to the newer DC3210 and DC6210 closers, Corbin Russwin has a door closer that will fit your specific application. Most of these closer have a Listed Door Closer Body 236M sticker on them.

If you are looking to update, replace or repair your commercial doors with a Corbin Russwin door closer, we have the expertise to help you.

Shipping Information for Corbin Russwin Door Closers

We carry all Corbin Russwin Door Closers and Arms in stock and they ship within one business day.

Corbin Russwin Door Closer Models

Corbin Russwin DC3210 Series – The DC3210 is ideal for interior commercial or exterior light commercial applications.  This Corbin Russwin closer is non-handed and can be mounted in all three positions including push, pull and top jamb.  The Corbin Russwin DC3210 comes standard with the Quik-Install Mounting Plate, which makes it perfect as a quick replacement for the Corbin 100, 110 and 120 models, along with the Russwin 2800, 2810 and 2820.

Corbin Russwin DC6210 Series – The DC6210 series is the more heavy-duty version of the Corbin Russwin DC3210. This closer is non-handed and can be mounted in all three positions including push, pull and top jamb.  It comes standard with the Quik-Install Mounting Plate, which makes it perfect as a quick replacement for the Corbin 100, 110 and 120 models, along with the Russwin 2800, 2810 and 2820.  We recommend this Corbin Russwin closer for the all-exterior applications. 

Corbin Russwin DC8210 Series –  The DC8210 is a newer door closer from Corbin Russwin.  This model was designed for high traffic openings, such as hospitals, schools and libraries.  The Corbin Russwin DC8210 closer is also non-handed, and can be mounted in all three positions.  It also has a Quik-Install Mounting Plate, but it has a different hole spacing (1” x 10-3/4”) than the ones found on the older Corbin Russwin closers.

Corbin Russwin DC4600 Series – The DC4600 Series is no longer made, but it was a standard template door closer.   This closer was made from 1995 to about 2004.  Since it was a standard template closer, many closers will work in its place, our recommendation would be the Norton 1600 door closer.

Corbin Russwin DC2210 Series – The DC2210 is also no longer made.  It was in production from about 1995 to about 2005.  You will find MS92 and Clarksdale, MS on the cylinders of these old models.  The replacement is the Corbin Russwin DC6210, which uses the same Quik-Install Mounting Bracket and same arm.

Corbin 100 / 110 / 120 Series – The 100, 110 and 120 series are no longer manufactured.  They had a production run from about 1978 to 1994.  These models usually say SL72 and Clarksdale, MS on the cylinder.  Our recommended replacement would be the Corbin Russwin DC3210 for interior doors, and the Corbin Russwin DC6210 for exterior doors.  Both of these models would have the same hole spacing, so the upgrade would be seamless.

Russwin 2800 / 2810 / 2820 Series- The 2800, 2810 and 2820 series are no longer manufactured.   They had a production run from about 1978 to 1994.  These models usually say SL72 and Clarksdale, MS on the cylinder.  Our recommended replacement would be the Corbin Russwin DC3210 for interior doors, and the Corbin Russwin DC6210 for exterior doors.  Both of these models would have the same hole spacing, so the upgrade would be seamless.

Corbin Russwin Replacement Arms – We offer the more popular replacement arms on our website, but we can drop ship all other Corbin Russwin replacement arms.  Lead time on Corbin Russwin arms run about 7-10 working days.

History of Corbin Russwin Door Closers

Corbin Russwin has been a leader in high-quality commercial grade hardware targeted at commercial and institutional facilities since 1839. . Although they were two different companies under the separate names Corbin and Russwin until 1994, the two companies’ product lines have mirrored one another for the past 40 years. They are currently owned by by Black and Decker. Its products are manufactured in Connecticut, and it is represented by ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions. ASSA ABLOY is a Swedish company, representing over 150 companies operating in 100f the world market across 40 countries.