Top


Part of Devon Buy with Confidence

No quibble returns

Spare parts for Exidor panic push bars, including the black plastic end caps for Mk II bodies

January 21, 2014 by · Comments Off on Spare parts for Exidor panic push bars, including the black plastic end caps for Mk II bodies 

exidor black plastic end plugs

Now back in stock after a long pause, we have the P0901 black plastic end caps for the older (Mk II) EXIDOR push bar units 296 and 294, we also stock the grey metal end cap – part number P0920 – that suits the new Mk III (as well as the very oldest Mk I versions).  Additionally you can get all the spare parts for EXIDOR panic hardware models from us, many are off the shelf for next day delivery.

Giant doors can be fire escapes too!

November 11, 2013 by · Comments Off on Giant doors can be fire escapes too! 

exidor-panic-hardware2

With a standard Briton 376 two point locking push bar the maximum door size can be up to 1300mm wide & 2500mm high – anything smaller than this and you just cut the bar or shoot bolt tube down with a hacksaw while fitting.  The standard Exidor 294 two point locking panic bolt will fit doors up to 1220mm wide & 2440mm high, but it your door is even bigger than this, then oversize extras can be purchased as upgrades to the kit: push bars and/or top shoot tubes are available at 1600mm long and at 2100mm long. This means Exidor panic hardware can cater for whopping door leaves up to a maximum 2150mm wide & 3180mm tall.

Can I replace this Exidor 285 rebated double door panic hardware?

January 7, 2012 by · Comments Off on Can I replace this Exidor 285 rebated double door panic hardware? 

This photo shows an obsolete Exidor 285 push bar for double rebated fire escape doors.  The obvious identifying feature is the offset touching push bars, angled at the conjunction.  To replace a set like this, order our Exidor 296-4, which comes with the appropriate keep for rebated double doors.
exidor-285

Q: Recommend a product for fire escape doors with door closers – when the doors slam shut they LOCK; so is there a mechanism which allows us to keep the door bolts UNLOCKED until we want to LOCK the doors?

October 13, 2011 by · Comments Off on Q: Recommend a product for fire escape doors with door closers – when the doors slam shut they LOCK; so is there a mechanism which allows us to keep the door bolts UNLOCKED until we want to LOCK the doors? 

A: Yes, such a mechanism exists and is called a dogging device, it allows the bolts to be withheld in the retracted position ensuring the automatic top trip catch or Pullman latch do not engage when the door is closed, enabling the door to be opened freely from both sides. It’s disengageable. It is an Exidor product, designed to work on the Exidor 294 or the Exidor 293 panic hardware.
dogging-device

Q: Does the Exidor 294 come with the keeps for the top and bottom…

March 17, 2011 by · Comments Off on Q: Does the Exidor 294 come with the keeps for the top and bottom… 

…or do you have to buy these separately?
A: Shoot bolt keeps for both the top and the bottom are included with an Exidor 294 push bar.  If there’s anything unusual about your frame, then specialist keeps are available to order.

Bottom