Corbin Russwin Introduces Mortise Version of Push/Pull Hardware Solution

Corbin Russwin introduces a new push/pull hardware solution that is ideal in a variety of healthcare settings, as well as in K-12 environments. Corbin Russwin's latest offering combines a proven locking solution - the Corbin Russwin ML2000 mortise lock - with an attractive and functional push/pull trim.

The paddle shape and location of the trim create a highly visible and comfortable target for door activation using hips or elbows. Built on the durable and reliable ML2000 series, this trim is appropriate for both healthcare and educational applications.

The Grade 1 mortise lock is constructed of heavy-gauge steel, and the lock body features Corbin Russwin's patented Quick Reversible latchbolt and a 1” stainless steel deadbolt.

The non-handed push/pull trim is offered in a full range of finishes including stainless steel and features a MicroShield® antimicrobial finish option. It is available with “push” and “pull” identification on paddles and is fully ADA-compliant.

The sleek, aesthetic form aligns with today's evidence-based design approach to healing environments. As a result, it is appropriate for a wide range of behavioral healthcare settings, including behavioral health units, patient room doors, assisted living facilities, de-escalation rooms and psychiatric facilities. It can also be used in various educational settings, such as classrooms and laboratories.

View Corbin Russwin's installation video of the HPSK Mortise at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=htk2fZmiXdo&feature=channel.

 

For over 160 years, CORBIN RUSSWIN (www.corbinrusswin.com) has been a premier manufacturer of architectural hardware, providing exceptional security and design solutions for institutions nationwide. The company’s wide range of products includes access control solutions, life safety solutions, a wide range of locksets, exit devices, levers, trim and more. Parent company ASSA ABLOY is a global leader in door opening solutions, dedicated to satisfying end-user demands for security, safety and convenience.

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