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Exidor panic hardware for double uPVC fire escape doors

It is drummed into us how secure uPVC doors are (in addition to their other merits) but unfortunately, where these doors are required to be fire escapes in for example schools, care homes or HMOs, this is a fallacy.  Unless … Continue reading

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Exidor 306 panic hardware – for when that escape door absolutely has to lock behind you

The Exidor 306 is a panic hardware push pad actuator unit with a cylinder mortice night latch case that will lock behind you everytime you leave or enter the building through the fire escape.  Each time a user tries to … Continue reading

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It’s time to check your Panic Hardware!

It is important that all panic and emergency exit hardware devices are inspected and maintained properly to ensure safety is maintained when exiting a building in any situation.  Once the device is fitted regular maintenance is recommended. Weekly: • Make … Continue reading

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EXIDOR 4900 door closers, a Great British product

Made by Exidor in the UK, the EXIDOR 4900 are in stock at Doorstuff. The Exidor overhead door closer range (4900, 4930, 4910, 4940, 4700, 4730, 4800, 4830 and 4820) are direct replacements for the old Jebron door closers and … Continue reading

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Latch a surface mounted panic latch to a double rebated door – use a box keep

This handy little keep is mounted to the edge of the first opening leaf of a fire escape door or crash door and provides a keeper for the surface (rim) mounted panic latch bolt in the case of a double rebated door.  … Continue reading

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What is an OAD?

An OAD is an Outside Access Device; this is fitted on the outside of a final exit door which has been fitted with Panic or Emergency Exit Hardware on the inside. The OAD allows access from the outside by authorised … Continue reading

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An outside access device which re-locks itself on closure of the fire escape door

The EXIDOR CL1 outside access device is a code entry lock which automatically locks when the door latches shut with the compatible EXIDOR panic hardware unit (296, 297, 501 etc).  The CL2 has the optional setting of “passage function” which … Continue reading

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Exidor TB450 electronic latch retraction – now in stock!

With the ever increasing need for improved security, the Exidor 400 series panic hardware with electronic latch retraction offers a solution whilst still allowing safe emergency exit from inside the building.  It also allows the integration of the buildings access … Continue reading

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New product launch: the Exidor 4870 E-mag door closer

A hold open and free swing door closers which can be fitted on either side of the door in Fig 1 or Fig 66 all in one box.  This British made door closer gives good reliability with the flexibility that … Continue reading

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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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