Monthly Archives: March 2012

What is a rebated door?

I need to put crash bars on double doors, can you tell me what are rebated doors? Rebated double doors have a lip on the vertical edge where they meet, called a “rebated meeting stile”.  Shown in the photo below, … Continue reading

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Our local club has an external opening emergency exit door which is fitted with an Exidor panic bar on the inside. Externally there is no way of opening the door and due to the door opening to an external smoking area we would like to fit some sort of hardware whereby the external handle can be disabled for security, but enabled while the property is occupied. This needs to be locked at night. What can we use?

We would suggest a door closer, such as the Geze TS2000, used in combination with an outside access device, such as the Exidor 322EC lockable door handle which will be freely usable during club opening hours, then locked at night.

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We recently bought your R40.16 timber sliding door kits up to 40kg, but we’ve changed the doors to heavy pine ones as they’re going to have regular use. Do you have anything suitable?

For doors up to 80kg each in weight, you can use the same track as the R40 that you already have, and buy the Rollan 80 extra door packs, this will give you the wheels etc to run in the … Continue reading

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