Exit Devices

  • 9600/9700/9800 Series Exit Devices

    Based on the workhorse 9000 Series heavy duty devices, DORMA's 9600/9700/9800 Series narrow stile exit devices easily retrofit DORMA's 5000 series and most other manufacturers' narrow stile devices. The 9600 Series (concealed vertical rod) and 9800 Series...

    Product • April 27th, 2010

  • Bethany College Toughens Up Exit Devices for Better Security

    Dormitory doors sometimes were subject to abnormal abuse that resulted in security breaches. Von Duprin XP99 exit devices add a new latch bolt concept that delivers greater latching security.

    Article • October 1st, 2009

  • Access 800 NE1

    Facilities can expand their networked access control system with CORBIN RUSSWIN's Access 800 NE1, a Wiegand-compatible Grade 1 lock with proximity reader. Mechanical door hardware-mortise locks, cylindrical locks and exit devices-can be added into an...

    Product • July 24th, 2009

  • S6000D

    SDC S6000D series delayed egress panic and fire exit devices are available in rim mount, mortise and vertical rod configurations. A wall mount controller incorporates all delayed egress logic for 15 or 30 second exit delay, alternating 85 db tone and...

    Product • June 22nd, 2009

  • BHMA Revises Standard for Exit Locks, Exit Alarms and Alarms for Exit Devices

    Business owners will never consider leaving their property unsecured, but they may need to consider which hardware they plan on using to get the job done. Properly designed and certified exit locks and alarms are vital in not only ensuring security, but...

    Article • May 1st, 2009

  • Sargent FM8700 Series exit device

    SARGENT Manufacturing Company offers the FM8700 Series exit device, the only 2-point latching panic hardware that complies with Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) 361, Design and Construction Guidance for Community Safe Rooms. The FM8700 is a...

    Product • April 23rd, 2009

  • Adams Rite eForce-150

    The Adams Rite eForce-150 is a battery-operated keyless entry control for Adams Rite deadbolts, deadlatches and exit devices that are compatible with aluminum, steel and wood doors. The eForce-150 can accommodate up to 150 users and operates in three...

    Product • February 18th, 2009

  • Exit Device Fundamentals

    Installing the Yale YM Series exit device and trim

    Article • February 1st, 2009

  • QEL

    Hospital nurseries and patient rooms, libraries, museums, theaters and other locales requiring electrified hardware that operates at whisper-quiet levels can now incorporate the quiet electronic latch (QEL) option for Von Duprin 98/99 and 33a/35a series...

    Product • January 21st, 2009

  • HiTower® Pro Frameless Exit Device

    The S6303FH HiTower® Pro consists of a mechanical fire rated mortise exit device controlled by an electric actuator installed in the frame. With all access control and monitoring wires are maintained in the frame. Operation requires only 500mA @ 24VDC...

    Product • October 23rd, 2008

  • eForce 150

    The eForce TM -150 is a battery-operated keyless entry control for Adams Rite deadbolts, deadlatches and exit devices which are compatible with aluminum, steel and wood door applications. The eForce-150 can accommodate up to 150 users (including master...

    Product • October 23rd, 2008

  • Trilogy Narrow Stile Exit Device Trim

    Known for powerful Grade 1 BHMA certification, Alarm Lock's cylindrical (DL2700, DL2800, DL3000, DL4100, DL3200) and PIN/Prox (PDL3000, PDL4100) locks can withstand heavy amounts of pressure and abuse because all are made with unique alloy metals...

    Product • September 18th, 2008

  • BEACON Shows – And Sounds – The Way To Emergency Exit

    The SARGENT 80 Series Exit Device equipped with the SARGENT Beacon uses a combination of visible and audible alerts, including a pulse LED, recorded message, and green laser lights pointing to the nearest illuminated touchbar exit device

    Article • July 1st, 2008

  • Von Duprin: 100 Years Old and Going Strong

    Without an original idea, no product would ever see the light of day. We all take exit devices for granted today, but someone, somewhere had to be the inventor of the product. There have always been some disagreements about who really applied for the...

    Article • June 1st, 2008

  • What's New With Exit Devices? K2 Commercial Hardware Enters The Market

    What makes the exit device unique is that it provides life safety through free and easy egress, while still maintaining the security of the building. K2 Commercial Hardware exit devices are designed to provide free egress while restricting access...

    Article • January 1st, 2008