DoorPRO Doorstop is great for both commercial and residential use. If you need an open door, you can rely on DoorPRO.
There is a definite need in the residential industry for a simple door stop that can be easily carried or stored by anyone. Holding that “garage to the home door” open while bringing in groceries and other items no longer needs to be a hassle! We designed our doorstop to be stored on a wall mount, making it readily accessible to the user, and it’s ideal for light weight doors. There is no bending over with the DoorPRO Doorstop making it easy on the back and convenient to use. When it’s time to close the door, it’s just as easy to remove.
The DoorPRO Doorstop is the ideal commercial doorstop for heavy doors. We highly recommend it for Bellmen, Room Service, Housemen, Janitorial and Engineering. Making a first impression is important and these door stops will be another step to supplying extraordinary customer service. Offered with or without the unique swivel belt clip, DoorPRO, can be carried with you for use whenever you need it!
DoorPro Doorstop for commercial use is available in three difference sizes to fit different hinge sizes.
How to Determine Which Size to Use
COMMERCIAL DoorPRO DOORSTOPS ARE AVAILABLE IN THREE SIZES (depending on hinge diameter): Please refer to Engineering for correct sizing if necessary.
Part #CDP1 DoorPRO Doorstop
Is designed to fit on a 1/2″diameter hinge-pin. Doors must be able to open to a 90 degree angle or more. If not due to a stopper or wall behind the door, order Part #CDP2.
Part #CDP2 DoorPRO Doorstop
Is designed to fit on a 3/4″diameter hinge-pin. Doors must open to a 90 degree angle or more. If not due to a stopper or wall behind the door, order Part #CDP3.
Part #CDP3 DoorPRO Doorstop
Is designed to fit on all 3/4″diameter hinge-pins for doors that do not open to a 90 degree angle due to a stopper behind the door.
Commercial door hinges are not all the same size. Usually there are two standard diameters of the hinge-pin, a 1/2″ diameter or a 3/4″ diameter. Determine the diameter of the middle hinge-pin of the door. It’s either a 1/2″ diameter or a 3/4″ diameter. Next, push the door all the way to the wall to determine if the door opens fully to a 90 degree angle. Doing this will help determine the correct size for maximum angle of door.