Barric-aid Installation

Barric-aid Installation On Wood Doors.

 

Your Barric-aid for wood doors comes with 2 plates, a grab handle, a spring and a pin as well as 2, 1″ wood screws and 2, 2″ wood screws.

  1. Determine the height and mark on the door you want the Barric-aid installed. It is recommended to place it as low as possible on the knob side of the door, inside the room. Ensure the rod does not pass the bottom of the door.

2. Use a level and mark the corresponding door jam where the recieving plate will be placed.

3. Temporarily install the grab handle onto a plate and measure the distance to the recieving plate. Ensure the the door is closed and locked whle measuring the distance. Allow a little margin  so the handle can drop into the recieving plate easily.

4. Drill pilot holes where you marked. with a ______ drill bit. Be careful not to drill too deep into the door.

 

5. Instal plate on door with the 1″ screws provided.

NOTE: If you wish to permanently install the Barric-aid and ensure extra strength: spread a thin layer of construction adhesive on the back of the plate and onto the screws prior to installing. This mechanical/chemical bond will make the Barric-aid an integral part of the door and frame.

 

6. After tightning all of the screws until they are flush with the plates, instal the handle on the door plate with the handle facing up and the long part hanging down.

 

7. Install the spring and compress it to insert the pin into the rod. Use  a pair of vice grips to crimp the pin in place.

 

8. Swing the handle out of the way so the door can be opened and closed without obstruction.

Barric-aid installation on metal doors.

Your Barric-aid for wood doors comes with 2 plates, a grab handle, a spring and a pin as well as 4, 1″ metal screws and 4 metal anchors

  1. Determine the height and mark on the door you want the Barric-aid installed. It is recommended to place it as low as possible on the knob side of the door, inside the room. Ensure the rod does not pass the bottom of the door.

2. Use a level and mark the corresponding door jam where the recieving plate will be placed.

3. Temporarily install the grab handle onto a plate and measure the distance to the recieving plate. Ensure the the door is closed and locked whle measuring the distance. Allow a little margin  so the handle can drop into the recieving plate easily.

4. Drill pilot holes where you marked. with a ______ drill bit. Be careful not to drill too deep into the door.

5. Insert the metal anchors provided.

NOTE: If you wish to permanently install the Barric-aid and ensure extra strength: spread a thin layer of metal adhesive like JB Weld on the back of the plate, the anchors and onto the screws prior to installing. The mechanical/chemical bond will make the Barric-aid an integral part of the door and frame.

6. After tightning all of the screws until they are flush with the plates, install the handle on the door plate with the handle facing up and the long part hanging down.

7. Install the spring and compress it to insert the pin into the rod. Use  a pair of vice grips to crimp the pin in place.

8. Swing the handle out of the way so the door can be opened and closed without obstruction.

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