Electric Strikes

  • Ultraline Electric Strike

    Compact Adams Rite UltraLine 7400 Series premium electric strikes feature an adjustable split-jaw design with over 2,400 lbs. of holding force. They can still release electrically with up to 35 lbs. of door "preload", or pressure exerted on doors by air...

    Product • January 21st, 2010

  • HES Vista V3: One Electric Strike, Many Applications

    Because HES has separated the electric strike body from the faceplate components, one electric strike body can be matched with any one of eight faceplates.

    Article • September 1st, 2009

  • RCI F1 Series: Fire-Labeled Electric Strike

    These heavy duty electric strikes can be installed into fire-rated or non-fire rated openings.

    Article • September 1st, 2009

  • Product Showcase

    E-Plex® 3200 Narrow Stile ASIS Booth 4239 DHI Booth 1121 Kaba Access Control introduces the E-Plex 3200 Series Narrow Stile Lock, an electronic, software-controlled, PIN-based lock for narrow stile aluminum glass door applications that...

    Article • September 1st, 2009

  • Vista 3

    HES, Inc.'s compact Vista V3 electric strike offers eight faceplate options (from 2-¾" to 9" long), to allow installers to replace multiple competing electric strikes in metal and wood frames with no modification to the existing frame cutout. The product...

    Product • June 22nd, 2009

  • HES Electric Strike TAKES THE HEAT

    To pass the UL fire test, the HES electric strike had to hold the door in a closed and locked condition for at least three hours. Both the lock and electric strike held.

    Article • May 1st, 2009

  • 310-4(S) Electric Strike

    Introducing the Folger Adam 310-4(S), an extra-heavy duty electric strike for use with leading squarebolt-style rim exit devices, like the Corbin Russwin® ED4200S, ED5200S and ED5200SA Securebolt™ and the Yale® 7150(F), 7250, 7270M(F) Squarebolt...

    Product • February 18th, 2009


    The compact size of this strike opens up the option of electrifying access on aluminum and glass door and tight frame applications

    Article • January 1st, 2009

  • World Strike

    New changes allow for both vertical and horizontal adjustment, making the World Strike 2nd generation the most installer-friendly electric strike in the market today. Grades 1 to 3 and also fire rated models are available in the new second generation...

    Product • October 23rd, 2008

  • Altronix ACM4

    The Altronix ACM4 distributes 12/24V AC or DC over four independently controlled Fail-Safe and/or Fail-Secure outputs to power and control electric strikes and magnetic locks. Designed for smaller access control applications, the ACM4's four independently...

    Product • August 14th, 2008

  • Trine Axion 3000 Series Electric Strike Body: One-Inch Backset

    The smaller the electric strike body, the less modification required for the installation. Less modification to the frame means less time required. Less time means a potentially higher profit margin. When discussing small electric strike bodies, the...

    Article • June 1st, 2008

  • effeff MAKES IT EASY

    The new World Strike design solves the need for a throat cutout, eliminating any potential security risk of someone prying between the spring latch and strike tongue. It can be installed in less time and does not change the aesthetic look of the door or...

    Article • March 1st, 2008

  • I Want to Buzz In

    There is much to share with the customer who simply wants to “buzz” in. The savvy locksmith understands what the customer is looking for ­­— convenience — ­and will explain all the details. There is more to it than “hogging” an electric...

    Article • March 1st, 2008

  • Two Steps Forward: An Overview of New HES Strikes

    Whenever a new product hits the scene, locksmiths want to know two things: how it can help them do their jobs easier, and ultimately, how it can help them make more money. The field of access control has exploded with new technologies and products...

    Article • September 1st, 2007

  • New effeff World Strike Changes Electric Strike Market

    The great advantage of this patented strike lies in its handling and fitting. It's quick and easy to install without having to cut or drill the frame

    Article • September 1st, 2007