Exit devices suit variety of applications
By Canadian SecurityProducts Access Control
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies recently debuted its new narrow stile Falcon 24 Series and wide stile 25 Series exit devices. Designed to provide a perfect fit for and handle some of the toughest door traffic challenges, the devices are suitable for a broad range of commercial and government applications in both new construction and remodelling projects.
Installers can choose from a host of features, such as an A or B label
fire rating; electrified and panic options; a full complement of trims;
and all exit device functions, such as rim, surface vertical, concealed
vertical and mortise. Certifications include ANSI 156.3, 2001 Grade 1,
UL and cUL for panic and fire exit hardware.
The new exit devices meet or exceed ANSI/BHMA Grade 1 testing
standards. They use a patent-pending deadlocking technology to ensure
reliable security, while an extruded aluminum body construction
delivers strength and impact resistance, providing tough performance in
a range of applications. Both are backed by a 10-year warranty. The
stylish devices feature scratch-resistant surfaces, including the
stainless steel push pad. A flush end cap adds to the aesthetics of the
devices and reduces “catch-points” for carts and other objects as they
pass through the opening.
Deadlocking is already built into the device.
Ingersoll Rand Security Technologies
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