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Securitech Displays Innovations in Locking Devices at ASIS 2015
Security Locks

Securitech Displays Innovations in Locking Devices at ASIS 2015

Unique Offerings Solve the Toughest Locking Challenges Anaheim, CAÂ- Ã‚ - Securitech, the industry leader for innovative, purpose-driven locking devices, has a wide range of unique locking solutions on display at this year’s ASIS Security Seminar and Exhibits. With specific product lines available for myriad applications ranging from classrooms, to tornado, blast and forced-entry...

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Exit Devices

Storm-Resistant Exit Device features auto-latching system.

Multi-point latching system 7180(F)TD (Tornado Device) is designed to secure shelters during tornados and extreme weather. Steel components secure door at top, bottom and center and all 3 latching points are activated automatically when door is closed. UL Listed and certified in accordance with FEMA 361 and ICC 500, 7180(F)TD through-bolts on door for solid attachment. It is designed for...

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Rugged Flatbar Exit Devices are windstorm-certified.
Exit Devices

Rugged Flatbar Exit Devices are windstorm-certified.

Certified ANSI/BHMA A156.3 Grade 1 and intended for range of industrial exit applications, 2100(F)WS (WindStorm) helps protect building exteriors during hazardous seasonal weather events by fortifying structural openings to withstand extreme winds and flying debris. Storm-resistant product is available with architectural-grade finishes to compliment entryways, and baked powder coatings resist...

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Security Door Exit Device combines delayed egress, latch retraction.
Exit Devices

Security Door Exit Device combines delayed egress, latch retraction.

Suited for healthcare, law enforcement, or airport facilities, Delayed Egress/Latch Retraction device withstands high-traffic area use and streamlines entry/exit. There are no external magnets, electric strikes, or electric trims; everything is contained in rim device. Latch retraction operates with access control system for authorized personnel, bypassing delayed egress to allow exit/entry...

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Exit Devices

Tornado-Resistant Exit Device meets FEMA 361 guidelines.

Designed as 2-point surface vertical rod exit device, FM8700 Series helps protect lives by securing community shelters and safe room entries. It surface-mounts to door and meets all life safety code requirements for panic egress and fire resistance. During FEMA 361 testing, this 2-point latching panic hardware, mounted on one pair of ASSA ABLOY doors, kept them safely latched and closed during...

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Request-to-Exit Plates are completely wireless.
Push Plates

Request-to-Exit Plates are completely wireless.

Powered by 9 V battery, SD-8202GT-PEQ and SD-8103GT-PEQ ENFORCER® Wireless RF Request-to-Exit Plates allow egress from protected areas by wirelessly connecting to electric doorstrike or electromagnetic lock. Both can be installed on brick/cement walls and feature stainless-steel faceplate as well as internal, uniquely coded, miniature RF transmitter. Single-Gang D-8202GT-PEQ features green...

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Exit Devices

Egress Bar suits alarm- or access-controlled exits.

Available in aluminum and custom finishes, 6495 Series is offered in several configurations and used as request-to-exit device for access control systems. Required by codes as No Prior Knowledge R-E-X device, product fits 36 in. wide doors; special width devices are available for doors up to 48 in. wide. Bar is available with single- or dual-contact outputs for R-E-X input to card access systems...

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Exit Delay meets all firecodes.
Time Delay Relays

Exit Delay meets all firecodes.

iMXD integrated door movement exit delay package includes built-in delay electronics, audible alarm, and keyswitch for reset and authorized release in stainless steel housing. It can be configured to meet local and national firecodes governing delayed exit. Exit delay can be reset via keyswitch or automatically upon door closure, without need for additional external switches. It uses no moving...

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