Access Control systems are mainly used to restrict access to a property or building. They determined who is allowed to enter or exit, as well as the time and dates this is authorized. Instead of strictly keys to control access, usually proximity or magnetic cards, or keypad combinations are used. hese are usually tracked and recorded for auditing proposes. When the card or combination is presented to the reader or keypad, and access is granted it will open the lock for a predetermined amount of time. If access is refused the door remains locked and the attempt is recorded.
An automatic door operator is a device that opens or helps open a door automatically, waits, then closes. The door may be opened by motion sensor, a push button, key switch, or an access control system. The most common being a push button to open.
Continuous hinges are used to replace faulty hinges. Continuous hinges run the length of the door, panel or box, and prevent typical door sag by distributing the weight evenly down the door.
A door closer is a mechanical device that closes the door after it is opened. Some door closers allow you to adjust the strength or speed of the door closer, as well as the back check, this prevents the door from being opened or closed too fast and causing damage to the door.
An exit device is used to unlock a door during an emergency. It is a spring-loaded metal bar attached horizontally to the inside of an outswinging door. When the bar is depressed it activates the mechanism and unlatched the door, allowing the door to be opened. These doors can also be opened from the outside, if a trim piece or key cylinder is added. They may also be dogged open from the inside to allow access from either side.
Folding Gates are used to secure an area or building that may be susceptible to forced entry, or used in the place of walls to secure an open area. Folding gate will fold-up out of the way when they are not in use. Window bars are used to secure an opening or window against forced entry. They may be permanent, or on a hinge to swing, or pull out of the way for cleaning.
An intercom is a stand-alone voice communication system for within a building or small area of buildings. Intercoms can use connections to telephones as well as wired door and sub-stations. Some intercoms incorporate devices to control door latches. Standard intercoms use a master station, as well as sub-stations, and door stations.
The Sargent Grade 1 Series Rim Exit Device is a multi-function rim exit device for 1¾” thick wood or metal doors. They have a ¾” stainless steel throw latch bolt, and have the allen key dogging feature to allow the door to be “dogged” open if required. Several different types of trim pieces may be used including levers.
The Von Duprin Grade 1 Rim and Vertical Rod Exit Devices can be used for all types of single and double doors with mullions. They will fit 1¾“ thick doors, and have a deadlocking latch bolt with a ¾“ throw. They cover stock doors with standard cut-outs, and have a hex key dogging feature that allows the...
The Detex Exit Alarm reduces internal and external customer theft. They are attack resistant, and withstand over 2200 lbs. of outside pull force. The have a 1” throw saw resistant dead bolt, and feature a 100 decibel alarm, powered by a 9V battery. The alarm is armed and disarmed by locking and unlocking the dead bolt.
Folding Gates secure receiving doors, lift-up doors, hallways, and entranceways while allowing light and air to circulate through the openings. When locked they provide a strong physical and visual barrier to potential intruders. When open, the gates slide discretely out of the way.
Wireless Transmitters and Receivers can be used in hard to wire locations, or for easier pushbutton placement. The hand-held or exit button transmitter options offer activation with automatic and industrial applications. The transmitters use a unique rolling code each time the switch is closed to provide a secure door opening signal.
Motion Detectors or Door Sensors are used to detect motion in front or behind an automatic door, and open or close it as required. They use flat antenna to provide a stable detection that can detect people approaching the door from odd angles. Presence detection is also used to prevent someone from being hit with a door automatically opening...
Key Switches are used to activate automatic door after hours, or in secure locations. The automatic door is activated by turning the key in the key switch, instead of simply pushing the handicap button. This allows for secure access, and may be combined with many different systems.
Automatic Operator Push Buttons are perfect for wall applications and have beveled edges to provide tamper and vandal resistant solutions, as well as preventing objects from jamming between the plate and box. Handicap buttons have a stainless steel finish that will not deteriorate where it is touched and are scratch and scuff resistant.