Sargent door closers have been around for the past 75 years. From the old Sargent V40 Series to the current 350 Series, you’re sure to find a Sargent door closer that fits your exact application needs. You can usually tell you have a Sargent door closer because they have an 805H listed door closer sticker on them.
If you are looking to update, replace or repair your commercial doors with Sargent door closers, contact us by giving us a call or email. We have the expertise to help you.
We carry all Sargent door closers and arms in stock and they usually ship within one business day.
Sargent 1130 Series – The 1130 or 1131 series is the Sargent closer they offer for aluminum framed glass storefront doors. This closer offers a ¾” x 9-1/16” hole spacing, which is a standard template. This Sargent closer is non-handed, non-sized and can be mounted push, pull or top jamb.
Sargent 1331 Series – The 1330 or 1331 Sargent door closer is another series they offer for narrow stile aluminum framed glass storefront doors. The closer has a ¾” x 12” hole spacing, which is another standard template. This Sargent door closer is non-handed, non-sized and can be mounted push, pull or top jamb.
Sargent 1430/1431 Series – The 1430 or 1431 came out in the mid 1990’s as a replacement for the 1230 and 1231 Sargent door closers. Due to restrictions in the design of the 1230/1231, Sargent came up with the 1430/1431 so they could meet ADA specifications. The Sargent door closer 1430/1431 series has the same hole spacing as the 1230/1231 and will easily replace them. This closer is non-handed, non-sized and can be mounted push, pull or top jamb. Unlike the previous model, this Sargent closer meets all ADA Compliancy Codes.
Sargent 281 Series – The 281 series also came out in the mid 1990’s as a replacement for the 1250 and 1251 Sargent closers. Although they do not publicly acknowledge the reason, it was to meet the ever-changing ADA Compliancy Codes. The Sargent door closer 281 has the same hole spacing as the old 1250 and 1251 closers and will easily replace them with little or no re-drilling of holes. This closer is non-handed, non-sized and can be mounted push, pull or top jamb. The 281 Sargent closer meets all ADA Compliancy Codes.
Sargent 351 Series – The 350 and 351 closer has been around for at least 25 years, and was the replacement for the Sargent 250 closer. The 350/351 Sargent door closer does not have the same hole spacing as the 250 closer and will require reworking of the mounting holes. This Sargent closer model is non-handed, non-sized and can be mounted push, pull or top jamb. The Sargent 351 door closer also meets all ADA Compliancy Codes.
Sargent 1230/1231 Series – The 1230 and 1231 Sargent door closers were produced from the 1970’s until the mid 1990’s. A replacement for this door closer is the Sargent 1430/1431, which will not require new mounting holes.
Sargent 1250/1251 Series - The 1250 and 1251 were produced from the 1970’s until the mid 1990’s. A replacement for this door closer is the Sargent 280/281, which will not require new mounting holes.
Sargent 250/251 Series – The 250/251 Sargent closer was produced until the early 1990’s. This closer was a very heavy-duty closer, and was replaced by the Sargent 351. However, the 351 does not have the same hole spacing as the 250/251 door closers.
Sargent V40 Series – The V40 series was the old pot type closer. They have not been made since the late 1960’s, early 1970’s. However, we can still get replacement springs.
Sargent Replacement Arms – We offer the more popular replacement arms on our website, but we can drop ship all of their replacement arms. Lead time on Sargent replacement arms run about 7-10 working days.
Sargent Manufacturing Company was founded in 1857 in New Haven, Connecticut. In its many years of business, Sargent has grown its business to manufacture well over 60,000 different items, making it one of the largest hardware manufacturing plants in the United States. Sargent was acquired by ASSA ABLOY Door Security Solutions in 1996, and it has focused its business model on refining manufacturing processes, along with development of new and innovative products. Sargent Lock specializes in bored locks, mortise locks, exit devices and door controls. Sargent continues to lead the industry in new product introductions and innovations to existing product. Its latest developments have come in the integration of electro-mechanical products.