Monthly Archives: March 2010
I am looking to replace a digilock on a panic bar door. However I am interested in one that I am able to deadlock at night once everyone is out of the building. Is there such a thing?
You can use the CL1 outside access device mechanical keypad outside (compatible with an Exidor push pad or push bar inside). This cannot be deadlocked, but it may be possible to add an additional separate deadlock to the door, but … Continue reading
Is the Projeto 150 sliding door gear available as a ceiling mounted system? We are looking for a system that slides a single leaf 1500w x 2735h x 60 thick door.
Ceiling mounting brackets can be supplied (although these are not the recommended brackets included in the kits). The door size is unlikely to be a problem, as the Projeto can take up to 150kg per door.
I currently have a Geze TS1500 door closer on my balcony door, but it does not hold the door open (i.e., door slams shut). I’m confused as to which additional or replacement part I need to keep the door open.
The hold open arm can be subsituted for the standard arm, and can be purchased on our web page, link here.
(from Dale) Q: I’m looking for a high security emergency exit pad/bar that I can fit to a heavy duty exterior gate. Do you have a latch product that would be suitable? (from Doorstuff) A: You might consider the 700 … Continue reading
I need a digital lock to use on the rear entrance to my building, problem is there’s lots of vandalism at night and I need it to be secure.
Our heaviest duty, most robust digital lock is the Lockey L1150 which has a lever handle with a safety clutch mechanism designed to protect it from excessive force or vandalism.
When an architrave has moulding or curved features where the foot of the door closer arm is supposed to go, one usually chisels out a flat surface to screw the shoe on to.