PANIC / EXIT DEVICE

What is a Panic Exit Device?

A locking device installed on an exit door to release the latch when the crash bar is pushed. The door latch releases when a bar, across the inside of the door, is pushed.

In the event of FIRE people panic and normal Door Locks handles and levers are not operable due to panic.

Panic bars are now a required safety feature in all commercial buildings.

Technical Details

  • Easy to use.
  • Strong, Durable and Simple to install.
  • Suitable for aluminum, hollows metal & wooden doors.
  • Option of dual locking inside outside.
  • Available for - Single Leaf & Double Leaf Doors.
  • Finish Available - Aluminum / Duo / Bronze.
  • Colors Available - Brown & Silver.
  • UL Listed.

The doors are normally closed and at the time of emergency the doors can be opened by pressing the Panic Bar (on Push open side only) on the other side either no access or access with key is provided for security. However access from inside to outside is available even if the Panic bar is locked. People from inside the building are allowed to move from inside to outside, but people from outside the building are not allowed to move inside this access is provided to the authorized persons only .

Fire-rated exit devices are specifically built to pass rigorous fire tests. These tests ensure the devices resist fire and associated events for specific amounts of time, thus preventing the damage of life & property.

PANIC DEVICE WITH ALARM

Panic Bars can also be provided with alarm so as to sound alarm when device is pressed to open the door thereby alerting the security to take suitable action. The internal cylinder activates the alarm. Pressing the push bar sets off the alarm, this is also set off if the latch bolt is not properly locked, i.e. when the door is not perfectly shut. Connections are identical to those of a standard electric lock.

  • Enhanced security can be achieved
  • Alarm shoots off the moment the door is opened there by security get alert.
  • Panic exit device facilitates evacuation of people from the building without any hindrance hassles of finding the key, locating and opening the lock in darkness with smaller handle.
  • Permits only authorized entry from outside the building.

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