November 11, 2013 by Editor · Comments Off
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.
February 20, 2013 by Editor · Comments Off
Briton have a comprehensive and versatile range of exit hardware that combines the functional needs of safety and security with aesthetic lines. Briton exit hardware is the ideal choice for all panic and emergency applications including hospitals, schools, hotels, transport hubs, retail and commercial offices. The Briton 1438 (pictured) is a surface mounted rim latch for single and double door fire exit applications. Simply depressing the pad provides safe and speedy exit in the event of an emergency, whilst maintaining security against intrusion. An adaptor for using a rim cylinder for outside access is supplied as standard. We hold good stock levels of Briton Exit Hardware available for immediate dispatch.
February 16, 2012 by Editor · Comments Off
Q: I’m looking at your panic hardware here on the site, I have a 1000mm wide door, what is the actual length of the push bar on the Exidor 294?
January 12, 2011 by Editor · Comments Off
A: The bar itself comes at 1180mm long in both the standard Exidor 294 and Exidor 296 kits and is designed to be cut down to size. For future reference, oversize bars are available at 1600mm and 2100mm in panic hardware optional extras.
July 14, 2010 by helen · Comments Off
Q: (from Simon) I am the caretaker of a school. There is a door which must be a fire escape door in a wing of the school which is seldom used. If it is opened in any non-fire related event, then staff in the reception office need to be alerted by alarm so it can be checked and relocked as soon as possible. Sometimes members of the Art Department staff need to enter through this door too. Can it be done?
A: (from Doorstuff) Yes, using a Exidor 296 push bar with Micro switch to link into an Access Control System or Remote Monitoring System for the PUSH side of the door, and an Exidor 322 EC outside access device with keys and a euro cylinder for the other side.