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Why can a 410 OAD not be used to operate a 297 / 296 Panic Latch or a 294 Panic Bolt?

December 7, 2010 by · Comments Off on Why can a 410 OAD not be used to operate a 297 / 296 Panic Latch or a 294 Panic Bolt? 

Because the mechanism on the 200 series units operates in one direction only and the amount of travel is limited. Therefore the lever handle would not fully retract the bolts and latches and would also not operate downwards in a normal manner. Also, all accessories need to be listed on the Manufacturers Declaration of Conformity, and using any accessory not listed will negate the CE marking and may lead to prosecution.

Q: Are Exidor products Fire Rated?

November 9, 2010 by · Comments Off on Q: Are Exidor products Fire Rated? 

The Exidor 200 / 300 series range of Bolts and Latches have been fire rated for use on timber and steel doors. The 400 series Touch Bars in single, two and three point units have also been tested for use on Timber and Steel Fire Doors.

What sized door will a Standard Exidor product fit?

November 2, 2010 by · Comments Off on What sized door will a Standard Exidor product fit? 

A standard Exidor 200 / 300 series unit will suit doors 1220mm wide and 2440mm high.  The Exidor 400 Series Touch Bars are available in two standard sizes; up to 900mm and 1200mm wide and 2440mm high. The small unit measures 650mm and will operate within a 692mm door opening. The larger unit measures 830mm and will operate with 872mm door opening.  All ranges have been tested on for doors up to 2500mm high and 1300mm wide. In this case extra long shoot bolts and cross bar would be required.

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